It's that time again. Your little ones have planned an epic sleepover and all of their friends are coming with rumbling bellies. Feeding your little guests is a high priority, so make the most of it by using the occasion to its fullest potential. This is a golden opportunity to help little party planner's host their guests and teach them their way around the kitchen at the same time. Half of the fun of sleepovers is the food and snacks, and here at Chef'd we have some quick and easy meal kits sure to make your child's sleepover is an unqualified success.
8 Meal Kits Perfect for Slumber Parties
1. Kids' Pepperoni Pita-Pizza
A healthier and delicious alternative to ordering out, this classic kids pepperoni takes cravings heads on while providing a nutritious eating experience with healthy pita bread and the flavor of pink lady apples for additional sweetness. Easy to follow instructions help little hands to put together this slumber party centerpiece.
Try it: Kid’s Pepperoni Pita Pizza
2. Kids' Fresh Chicken Tenders with Baked French Fries
This sleepover classic gets a delicious makeover with Japanese panko breadcrumbs engulfing the succulent chicken tenderloins that little fingers will be grasping for. A side dish of fingerling potato fries and BBQ sauce finish off the dish and present a complete party dining experience great for early evening meal times.
3. Sloppy Joe Sandwiches with Garlic Steak Fries
The perpetually crowd-pleasing Sloppy Joe has never been a more welcome addition to the dinner table. Little guests will light up with joy when these sandwiches are handed out by your tiny host. An accompaniment of garlic steak fries gives party goers the perfect dippers to scoop up any escaping sauce.
Try it: Sloppy Joe
4. Unicorn Crispy Treats
The unicorn trend hit the Chef’d kitchen. We’ve created a fun take on your classic marshmallow-infused treat by adding colorful fruity pebbles and a drizzle of white chocolate. What kid doesn’t love an ooey-gooey, messy treat? You’ll love it too—whip up a dozen without turning on the oven.
Try it: Unicorn Crispy Treats
5. Judith Ets-Hopkin's Chocolate Fondue
Who said that dessert can't be just a little fancy? This creamy and smooth semi-sweet chocolate fondue with just a hint of vanilla will be a hit with the sleepover and prove to be a snap for little chefs to whip up in between the late night fun and games.
Try it: Chocolate Fondue
There has never been a better way to introduce junior chefs to the joys of baking than these sweet and light cookies. Easy to roll and pull apart, the dough will give kids the chance to play with their food in a constructive way, creating a delicious treat for their sleepover guests.
Try it: Snickerdoodles
7. Apple Cider Pancakes with Caramel Apple Syrup
All good things must come to an end, and every sleepover ends with a wake-up. When the sun rises the kids will rush to the breakfast table to get their crack at pancakes that are naturally sweetened with a delicious mix of granny smith apples and smooth caramel syrup.
8. Peanut Butter Toast with Mascarpone and Strawberries
Waking up after all-night play might be a little rough, so this quick and easy dish may smooth out some ruffled feathers. Topped with sweet honey, tart strawberries, and creamy peanut butter this complex take on a classic french toast breakfast adds zesty flavor to the morning after the sleepover.
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