Since the building blocks (get it- haha!) of a great Lego themed birthday party are rectangles and circles, the sky is literally the limit for how to DIY all of the Lego party details. Not only are these Lego party foods easy to put together, their joy-stirring effects far outweigh the fairly minimal effort they take to put together (the perfect kind of DIY!).
A few DIY Lego party food ideas-
–Lego cookies– Chessman store-bought cookies plus tinted vanilla frosting plus M&Ms equal easy Lego cookies.
–Lego chocolates– Armed merely with a couple of Lego molds (I got mine on Amazon) and some Candy Melts in your color palette (I got mine at Joann’s, but I think you can get them online as well), there are endless ways to Lego-ify a birthday party. Add Lego chocolates to the favor bags, stick Lego mini figures on top of cupcakes, stack around the perimeter of a cake, serve little candy cups of Lego candies at the treat table… the uses are endless.
–Lego sandwiches– Regular sandwiches, cut into rectangles, plus sandwich-circles, punched out with a juice glass and attached to the sandwich rectangle with an extra dab of honey, equal easy and fabulous Lego sandwiches.
–Minifigure heads– They are fun in decor (think yellow mini figure paper lanterns), but also provide ample opportunity to turn all things yellow into Lego-y food. Add a face to yellow cotton candy push pops and Voila!- cotton candy mini figures! Or add eyes and a smile to yellow ice cream tubs for instant mini figure fun.
Of course, there are about a thousand other great Lego party food ideas out there… here are a few I love-
Happy Lego party menu planning, friends!