Food Birthday Party for Teens

My niece is turning 14 in July. We have discussed different party ideas that she may like. She has already had swim parties, spa parties, bonfires, etc. She wanted something different this year. What we came up with was a Food Party. She is expecting about 15 - 20 people to attend the party.


  1. We will make a bunch of hot dogs, large pan of macaroni and cheese, and several large plain pizzas.

  2. We will set up 3 food stations, 1 for each food group.

  3. On each station we will have bowls with: cheese, salsa, peppers, sausage, pepperoni, pickels, olives, chili sauce, gummy bears, sour gummy worms, M & M's, and several other types of condiments - whatever we can come up with.

The kids will make 1 dish (hot dog, pizza or mac & cheese) and must add different other extras to the food. The kids will be given a number and when their number is drawn they will need to pick 1 of the foods on the table to try to eat.

We are also planning to have music and water gun fights/water balloon fights, then end the evening with a bonfire. My niece did this with some friends at picnic awhile ago, and they used only hot dogs. She said it was so much fun. Her hot dog had pickels, mustard, gummy bears and onions on it - she said it actually wasn't bad tasting.

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June 18, 20130 found this helpful

My daughter had slumber theme parties every year. " red hat " : decorated hats , "Backwards ": sent thank yous as the invites, wore PJs to party , opened gifts first & had supper for breakfast :-)


Also at 12, it wasn't about her. We made blankets for wheelchair bound & delivered them in the morning to our local nursing home :-0

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October 15, 20190 found this helpful

And what did you do with the food as in what did you make with it???

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