Under the Sea Inspired Foods
June is National Aquarium Month! To celebrate, we've rounded up some of the best 'Under the Sea' themed foods and treats for kids. These are perfect for a summer party or just for fun!
Clam Shell Cookies
Clam Shell Cookies are a delicious and quick way to create the perfect dessert for an under the sea or mermaid party. Get recipe from Momdot.
Red Velvet Lobster Whoopie Pies
These are not the big red crustaceans you find at the bottom of the ocean, but rather, sweet Red Velvet Whoopie Pie Lobsters. Get recipe from Hungry Happenings.
These adorable banana and grape dolphin treats make an incredibly healthy snack. Get recipe from Fun Crafts for Kids.
Octopus Veggie Tray
Make this colourful veggie tray with a mixture of fresh veggies served with a homemade ranch dip and topped with an edible octopus! Get recipe from Dinner at the Zoo.
A yummy and delicious Under the Sea Party treat! Get recipe from Everyday Party.
Shark Watermelon Fruit Platter
This watermelon shark is a tasty dessert that's sure to delight kids. Get recipe from Dinner at the Zoo.
Peanut Butter Fudge Starfish
How crazy adorable is this starfish? And all peanut butter and fudgy, too. It's a great dessert for a summer party. Get recipe from Hungry Happenings.
This candy sushi recipe makes adorable sushi look-alikes using Rice Krispies. Get recipe from Mad Minerva.
Candy Cupcake Toppers
Learn how to wow your cupcakes with these cute gumdrop crab and fish cupcake toppers. Get recipe from The Decorated Cookie.
Chip and Dip Chicken Nugget Starfish
Make a splash with your beach party snacks this summer and serve some crispy Chip and Dip Chicken Nugget Starfish made with Kraft French Onion Dip and potato chips. Get recipe from Hungry Happenings.
These sweet octopus cupcakes are sure to make a splash at your next party. Get recipe from The First Year.
Ice Cream Cone Goldfish
These bright orange goldfish are made using homemade no churn orange ice cream. Get recipe from Hungry Happenings.
Funny Egg Fish
These hard-cooked eggs are quite the catch! Kids of all ages can help decorate these egg bodies with scales made from thinly sliced cucumbers and radishes. Finish with a red pepper garnish cut to resemble a tail. It’s fun finger-food for everyone! Get recipe from Eggs.ca.