With the new Lion King movie currently in theatres, it has become one of the most popular birthday party themes this year for kids. Everywhere you look there is Simba, Scar, Mufasa, Zazu, Timon, and Pumbaa. For example, in Australia, one of the local supermarkets is giving away a small Lion King toy with every purchase over $30. These toys are so addictive for kids. Almost every child I know is pestering their parents every night to go to the grocery store. It is marketing genius and a parent’s nightmare!
If your kids have caught the Lion King fever and you are planning a Lion King birthday party, then this post is for you. Here are some awesome Lion King Party Food ideas you can use for your event. If you are not planning a party, some of these ideas are also perfect for bringing a little extra fun to a family movie night watching the old cartoon classic.
Lion King Party Food Ideas
A list of food ideas that are perfect for A Lion King themed party. Many of these ideas are so cute they will make cute Lion King decorations too. With these ideas below, you are sure to have a Wild looking table full of delicious treats for your party guests.
Timon and Pumbaa love Mud and Bugs. Get out your candy bugs on sticks and give the kids a chance to dip them in the mud. If you are feeling extra creative, you could make bugs out of marshmallows or fruit.
This milkshake from Disney land Paris is an excellent example of how you can add your theme to any food. Google "Simba food Stencil" to find out where you can get a stencil near you to pull of this dazzler.
Welcome to the jungle indeed. A long snake sandwich is a great way to decorate a food table, which provides some snacks for the kids. You could even do sections of different flavors to cater to different tastes.
When Simba leaves the pride-lands, he survives by eating grubs and bugs with his friends Timon and Pumba. These different varieties of "bugs on logs' are a fun way to bring some healthy food to your party.
Use the humble animal cookie to recreate the pridelands. This is a great, low sugar snack the kids will find super fun. You could even have a jar of animal biscuits and each child could create their own pridelands (or maybe even an elephant graveyard!).