Kids Cooking Party Games

Sing n spin

by tracy blundell
(london)

Sing n spin blind folded! All children sing and even move around in a circle, whilst singing a party song i.e 'who stole the cookie'. If the blind folded child guesses the correct name of the child they grab at the end of the song, they take a prize from him/her.. Supply them with a few prizes (cookies) each to play. Whoever has the most prizes is the winner!

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Cooking Star Party

by Annalena T.
(Winston-Salem, NC, USA)

This party is perfect for young cookers. Here's the decorations:

• Tidy up the whole kitchen, dining, and living area
• Put fake or real flowers in a vase on each table, ect.
• Leave the TV on for guests in waiting room
• Lay out magazines or books neatly on a couch, table, or ottoman
• With parents help, make a huge sign/poster that says,
"_____'s Fancy Star Restaurant"
• (Please note: _____ is a blank for you to fill in your name.)


Fun games:

• Sneaky Guest Game
• Cooking Contest
• Best Baker
• Cutter's Cake
• Chop, Top, Hop!

Here's how to play...
Sneaky Guest Game

1. In each invitation there will be a card saying,
"Once you arrive, feel free to sneak in the kitchen..."
2. Each guest will sneak into the kitchen- trying not to be seen.
3. If the guest(s) DOES get seen, they have to go back to the waiting room.
4. Do the rest!

Cooking Contest

1. Each guest will get a apron. (And possibly chef hat)
2. They'll get a recipe card and they'll have to compete together.
3. Whoever has the best food, wins a mini cook-book.
(Found at stores)

Best Baker

1. Each player/guest will be making banana bread*
{Banana Bread* has recipes online)
2. Will parents help, they each pour batter into pan
3. They'll place pan carefully in the oven to recipe's heat
4. As soon as it comes out, the best tasting bread wins.

Cutter's Cake

1. Parent slices gourmet cake for each guest
2. The guests get blindfolded and eat cake
3. Whoever doesn't make a mess, wins.

Chop, Top, Hop!

1. Chop carrots, bell peppers, and/or strawberries
2. Top each one off with your desire!
3. Hop while you top it off
4. Best look and flavor wins!

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Who stole the cookie?

by tracy blundell
(london)

whilst food cooking or simply having a break; pass the parcel could be enjoyed whilst singing this well known 'merry little song' who stole the cookie from the cookie jar.

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Cooking Party Game

by Tizzy

Hi,
I am turning 13 and this is a game that I am having in my Cooking Party:

You split the kids into teams of between 2 and 6. Each group gets given a list of ingredients e.g eggs, butter, sugar... They then have to pick ingredients out of a bowl e.g. ketchup, jelly, pepperoni... They then have to make a dish using those ingredients - everyone has to try it!

I hope that this helps!

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Who can make the best pizza ?

by Amanda
(Florida)

Each person makes a pizza and then the birthday girl/boy picks which one is the best. This is a fun game if girls or boys like cooking.

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Kids Cooking Party Games

by Debbie

While you are waiting for your food cooking at your kids cooking party try playing some of these kids cooking games.

"I made a pizza and topped it with________." Each child takes a turn and has to remember all the previous items on the pizza plus add one of their own toppings. See how far you can go before someone forgets.


Have a relay race with small or big items and kids have to fill up muffin tins or a mixing bowl. Whomever fills their bowl first wins.

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Spaghetti Relay

by Michelle
(Illinois)

Set up the game by filling three bowls with cooked spaghetti. Divide the kids into three teams - one for each bowl.

Give the first kid in the line a pair of chopsticks. On go, the first player grabs as many noodles as possible with the chopsticks. They run to the end of the line and drop the noodles into a second bucket.

Passing off the chopsticks, the teams race for three minutes. Any dropped noodles are not counted. The team with the most noodles at the end of the race wins!

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Chocoholics Game

by Julia
(Colorado)

Tell the kids to sit in a circle. Put M&Ms and cooking gloves in the middle. Then give one of the kids the dice and on the word GO they should roll the dice.

Then pass it to the next person as soon as the first person rolls a six they will have to go in the middle put on the cooking gloves and try to eat as many M&Ms as possible. The person in the middle will keep eating them until the next person rolls a six. Then those two people will switch places!

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