For this Under the Sea party dress in beach
attire, sunglasses and sandals.
Create a fun centerpiece and create a fish theme under the sea
Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum
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Theme Party Centerpiece
Use a clean fish bowl and fill with blue Jell-O. Let set and place
candy fish or sharks inside the Jello.
Or fill a fish bowl with seashells, colorful rocks, and plastic sea creatures.
Under the Sea Party Menu
Here are some under the sea menu ideas.
Under the Sea Collage
Color cool whip blue and spread over rice cakes. Decorate with
fish crackers and make your own under the sea creation.
Tint cream cheese blue with food coloring and spread over mini
bagels. Decorate with fish crackers or fish candies.
Fishes in the Ocean
For this craft you will need:
Graham cracker squares
Gummy fishes or fish crackers
Spread blue frosting over 1/2-3/4 of your graham cracker. Add fishes
into the "water."
**The great thing about this craft is the fact that it allows you to
teach your kid about the ocean, different types of sea creatures and
do some math while counting the fishes.
Let's Go Fishing Snack
Use a pretzel rod or long sticks for a fishing rod. Place peanut
butter on the end for bait and dip your fishing rod in a pond of
fish.(fish crackers in a bowl.) I have also used these bread stick
and cheese combos for this and they work great.
River of Fish
Celery stalks cut twice or three times
Blue food coloring
In a bowl add one or two drops of blue food coloring to the cream
cheese. Fill celery sticks with cream cheese. Add fish crackers to
the top of the sticks to resemble fish swimming in the river.
Find the recipe here on our Southern Cooking Page. You can
substitute another type of fish for catfish if desired. If you don't
like spicy food try substituting 1 tablespoon Parsley for the chili
Pepperoni Pizza Fish
Shape pizza dough into mini fishes. Let each child prepare their
fish. Use pepperoni to resemble scales and olives for eyes.
Something quick, fishy and kid friendly for dinner.
*Find a recipe for pizza dough here
1 lb. Uncooked deveined Shrimp
¼ cup olive oil
½ cup bread crumbs
1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
Brush olive oil over shrimp. In a small bowl add bread crumbs,
Italian seasoning and a dash of pepper. Coat both sides of shrimp
in bread crumb mixture. Place on a skewer. Grill or bake.
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Nilla Wafers or shell shaped cookies
Frosting tinted blue or color of your choice
Add frosting to the bottom of one cookie and top with a mini
marshmallow. Add top cookie.
by Tabatha Persons (Boonville, NY, USA)
I made this cake for my mothers birthday because one of her favorite
seafood dishes is king crab. The cake itself is chocolate cake. The
sand is made out of my own peanut butter frosting recipe. The
colored frosting is homemade buttercream frosting.
The cake started out as three cakes baked in pie tins. I placed two
of them together and cut the cake to form the body of the crab. I
then took the third cake and cut it into small slits and arranged
them into the crabs claws.
The eyeballs and the front claws were hand molded and colored out of
gumpaste. The water is made from blue and white buttercream frosting
that I had swirled with a paint brush.
Mermaid Tail Pinata Cookies
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