When we asked my son what he wanted for his third birthday, he requested a Paw Patrol themed birthday party! It came as no surprise because he loves the show and absolutely loves Chase and Marshall.
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The first thing I knew I wanted to do was make some Kibbles & Bits. It was really fun to come up with different ingredients to make it look like the real Kibbles & Bits! Everyone enjoyed snacking on this snack mix. Not only that but it was really tasty!
Here’s how I made it:
Ta-Da! Kibbles & Bits!
I made my Dark, Decadent, and Delicious Chocolate cupcakes with vanilla buttercream frosting per my son’s request of course. They were delicious! Click the link for the recipe.
I made dog bone sugar cookies using this cookie cutter and topped them with royal icing. We placed these bones in a “treat jar.” It got a lot of laughs.
I made chew bones made out of pretzels, mini marshmallows, and white chocolate. These were a huge hit and everyone thought they were cute and fun to eat. This snack also was a favorite because of the sweet and salty taste.
Super easy snacks for a Paw Patrol Party
Who doesn’t love some “pup-corn”?
We all know Rubble is always digging into something and these M&M’s served well as as a snack mix-in! We put them in a dog bowl and labeled them, “Rubble Rocks.”
Pretzel rods worked great as “fetch sticks” and were really cute, too!
Something that we always do at birthday parties is something called the guess jar. We fill a jelly, pickle, or canning jar with candies and have everyone at the party guess how many are in it. Whoever is the closest wins! It is something that both adults and children look forward to.
Of course the party decor brought it all together and made the party a hit. My son enjoyed everything and had so much excitement he passed out on my lap shortly after the party was over. I’m calling this party a success!
Are you planning a party? What’s the theme going to be this year?