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why kind of food should i make for a childs first birthday party, about 25-30 guests mostly adults?

it will be a the end of october in my home, i will be doing all the cooking…any suggestions on what variety of food i can make that will not take too much time to prepare?
in response to angelina, get a grip, only 2 friends have children

15 Responses to why kind of food should i make for a childs first birthday party, about 25-30 guests mostly adults?

  • GoldenButterflyKisses says:

    Does the birthday party have a theme?

    I would personally go with Halloween Recipes




    If you don’t want to go that route, ordering pizza is easy. If you want to be a little less generic make pre made cheese pizzas and have varying toppings out for people to create their own.

  • The Return of Dirty Sanchez says:

    Just order some pizza and subs……and wings!!

  • pickles says:

    sloppy joes, chips baked beans

  • Kimberly says:

    What about a fajita party? Just buy shells, already prepared fajita meat, and fillings!

  • Angieline c says:

    Well if it’s your child’s first birthday then you’re just stuck up it’s not yours so why are only adults gonna be there!!? aleast have some kid’s around the age of 3 Or 2 for the kid to play with!!!

  • Disco D says:

    PIZZA IS DA WAY TO GO! Get a variety of different kinds along with subs, and salads.

  • host431 says:

    Pizza is by far the easiest to order for that number of people followed by a variety of subway sandwhich choices. You probably need about 4 bottles of soda as well: its good to have at least 1 diet cola and 1 lemon/lime (like Sprite or Sierra Mist). Good luck!

  • seashell says:

    Recently for my son’s grad party I made deli trays which worked out great. I found brochures at walmart deli dept and just followed the picture. Everyone that came thought I had catered the party. I was surprised myself at how great they looked. I added things like chips and salsa, garden salad and fresh fruit. Of course you’ll also have cake/ice cream. Those small 1 serving size (with the paper lid) ice creams work great for small kids.

  • [[ii RescueYouhh*911]] says:

    I would say sandwichs….Veggie trays…& weineys….that way you dont spend a fourtuane & also the kids would also enjoy it as well.

  • Jen says:

    i agree with the person who said pizza and subs make it easy. and everyone will like it. make some mozzila sticks and bbq wings or you can even go to charlie browms or applebees and get entrees of appetizers they are veryyy yuummy! and it not alot of money! the little ones around just do finger foods like chicken nuggets. exct.


  • [[L0v3]] says:

    for my daughters first birthday we did a barbeque..just grilled some chicken and had some salad..had some appetizers and then cake for dessert…we served jello…and had candy out for the kids…..since its in october you could do a fall theme or since its in the end of
    october just go ahead and make it halloween themed. You could serve something with squash maybe…???

  • omgg katie says:

    Simply order a pizza for all. IF you want to cook appetizers, get soups or salads. For dessert, have pudding, fruit pies, or a BIG cake for your child/the guests.

    As for your child, give him/her finger-friendly foods such as interesting shaped sandwiches, or chicken fingers, or those mini pizzas (bagel bites, if your child has the teeth to bite them well.. since they can be hard). Since kids like to play with their food, add foods where your child can dip their food in. Or, if you just want to stick with pizza, let your child have pizza as well.

  • howdoilvthee says:

    Serve familiar foods..This is not the time to introduce new foods..
    For the children and adults..finger foods are your best bet.
    Chicken fingers, tacos,or pizza are fine for the kids..Kids also love cupcakes..especially with rainbow colors..
    Try to have a theme, and stick with it..by putting the food into the theme..
    Lemonade and punch are great for the kids.
    For the adults you could put out a couple of trays of cold cuts, veggies, and macaroni and potato salad..and if you like a nice tray of baked Ziti.
    Have fun..and Happy Birthday, to your little one!

  • Mrs Jackson - West says:

    order some pizzas and wings, make a salad, get some chips and some punch and call it a day.

  • misspa says:

    why not these

    Turkey-Mushroom Lasagna

    PREP: 15 MIN.; COOK: 10 MIN.; BAKE: 1 HR., 10 MIN.; STAND: 10 MIN.

    1 lb. ground Italian-style turkey sausage, casings removed

    1 (26-oz.) jar basil-and-tomato pasta sauce

    1 (8-02.) can mushroom slices, drained

    1 (32-oz.) container low-fat ricotta cheese

    1 large egg, lightly beaten

    2 Tbsp. dried parsley flakes

    1 Tbsp. grated Parmesan cheese

    ¼ tsp. salt

    10 lasagna noodles, uncooked

    4 cups (16 oz.) shredded mozzarella cheese

    1. Cook turkey sausage in a large, lightly greased nonstick skillet over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, 8 to 10 minutes or until turkey is no longer pink. Drain turkey, and return to skillet. Stir in pasta sauce and mushrooms; set aside.

    2. Stir together ricotta cheese and next 4 ingredients in a large bowl until blended.

    3. Arrange 5 uncooked lasagna noodles in a single layer in a lightly greased 13- x 9-inch baking dish; layer evenly with half of the turkey mixture, half of the ricotta cheese mixture, and 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese. Repeat layers once.

    4. Bake, covered, at 375° for 55 minutes; uncover and bake 10 to 15 more minutes or until lasagna is bubbly. Let stand 10 minutes before serving
    you could serve these with the

    Double Tomato Bruschetta

    PREP TIME 15 Min
    COOK TIME 7 Min
    READY IN 35 Min

    6 roma (plum) tomatoes, chopped
    1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes, packed in oil
    3 cloves minced garlic
    1/4 cup olive oil
    2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
    1/4 cup fresh basil, stems removed
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
    1 French baguette
    2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese

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    Preheat the oven on broiler setting.
    In a large bowl, combine the roma tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, vinegar, basil, salt, and pepper. Allow the mixture to sit for 10 minutes.
    Cut the baguette into 3/4-inch slices. On a baking sheet, arrange the baguette slices in a single layer. Broil for 1 to 2 minutes, until slightly brown.
    Divide the tomato mixture evenly over the baguette slices. Top the slices with mozzarella cheese.
    Broil for 5 minutes, or until the cheese is melted.

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