Nautical theme baby shower food ideas

Adorable Nautical Baby Shower Food Ideas – Instacart

A nautical baby shower is a fun theme whether you’re having a boy or a girl. If you’re ready to set sail and create a splashy baby shower, you’re in the right place! Take a look at these easy and creative nautical baby shower food ideas.

Creative foods for a nautical baby shower

With a bit of imagination, you can turn just about any food into a fun nautical treat! Here are some ideas that are sure to “Wow” your guests.

1. Crabby sandwiches

To make an adorable nautical sandwich centerpiece, start with crab salad sandwiches made with croissants. Then, add 2 toothpicks with googly eyeballs to make each sandwich look like a crab.

2. Fruit pufferfish

It’s fun and easy to make a fruit pufferfish! Start with a cantaloupe and use a kiwi and grapes to make a face. Then add a bunch of toothpicks to make the front look like a pufferfish. On the back, add longer bamboo skewers of fruit. Grapes, strawberries, and chunks of pineapple work perfectly.

3. Fruit pizza beach ball

This recipe starts with making a giant beachball-shaped cookie and covering it with lemon cheesecake mousse. Then, arrange colored fruit in a beachball pattern to create a show-stopping centerpiece that is sure to get your guests talking.

4. Dolphin parfait

Layer yogurt, granola, and fruit in single-serving glasses to make a parfait. Then, add a banana “dolphin” and surround it with grapes to keep it standing upright.

Boat-themed food

Incorporating a boat theme is another easy way to give your baby shower buffet a nautical look. Check out these adorable boat-themed food ideas.

1. Watermelon ship

To make this adorable centerpiece, start by halving a watermelon, hollowing it out, and filling it with fruit. Then add a few banana dolphins. You can also put it on a large serving platter and surround it with a blueberry “sea.”

2. Sailboat deviled eggs

Deviled eggs are always a popular party food. Cut triangle-shaped “sails” out of colored bell peppers for a cute and easy nautical shower snack.

3. Seafood salad veggie boats

To make this appetizer, cut small zucchinis in half, scrape out most of the flesh, and fill them with seafood salad. Make “sails” out of bell peppers and hold them in place with a toothpick.

4. Shrimp with snow pea sails

Marinade and grill jumbo shrimp, then lay them down on a platter. Make them look like boats by adding “sails” made of snow peas held in place with a toothpick.

5. Tuna salad sailboats

This fun appetizer starts with hard-boiled egg whites with the yolks removed. Fill the whites with tuna salad, then place a tortilla chip on top to look like a sail.

6. Sailboat gelatin cups

To make these super-cute nautical desserts,  start by filling small plastic cups with blue gelatin. Then use slices of mandarin or clementine oranges, long toothpicks, and white cardstock to build a “boat” on top of the blue “water.”

7. Sailboat cupcakes

Top cupcakes with blue frosting to look like water, then use a toothpick to affix a paper sail to fruit-shaped gummy candy, creating a “boat” on top.

Nautical-themed snacks

Nautical-themed snacks can double as centerpieces on individual tables and can also be used to decorate your main buffet table. Here are a few fun ideas to inspire you.

1. Sea salt kettle chips

Sea salt flavored kettle chips are always a popular snack and fit perfectly with the nautical theme. Serve them in a large fishbowl decorated with nautical ribbon or put individual bags at each place setting.

2. Goldfish crackers

Mini fishbowls filled with goldfish-shaped crackers make adorable centerpieces. You can also make cute favors by putting them in small bags with a label that says “Today’s fresh catch.”

3. Octopus dip dish

To make this adorable appetizer, start by adding your favorite dip to a large blue bowl. Then cut a bell pepper in half. Use the bottom half to create eight “legs” and use the top half for the body. Add paper “eyes” or make them with small slices of black olive.

4. Octopus veggie platter

To make this platter, start by arranging colorful veggies—like tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, and bell peppers—on a large serving platter. Then, use a yellow bell pepper to make an octopus and place it in the center.

Nautical-themed desserts

You can’t have a baby shower without at least a few sweet treats. These nautical-themed desserts will give your baby shower buffet the perfect finishing touch.

1. Nautical sugar cookies

It’s easy to make sugar cookies with refrigerated dough, or you can make “old-fashioned” sugar cookies from scratch. Use nautical-themed cutters to make shapes like boats, starfish, and mermaids. Then get creative while decorating them with icing and sprinkles.

2. Saltwater taffy

Small bags of saltwater taffy decorated with nautical-themed ribbon make an excellent party favor. Place one at each seat or sprinkle them around your centerpieces. 

3. Clam cookies with candy “pearls”

To make these fun and pretty cookies, start with store-bought cookies that look like shells. Add some frosting and a white candy-coated chocolate “pearl”, then place another cookie on top so it looks like a partially open clamshell.

4. Edible sailor’s knots

With a little practice, it’s easy to tie pieces of red licorice into edible sailor’s knots. This will look great on your baby shower buffet, making it well worth the effort. 

5. Cinnamon sugar sand dollar cookies

Cinnamon sugar sand dollar cookies taste like snickerdoodles with just a bit of light almond flavor. Before baking them, add sliced almonds and arrange them to create a sand dollar pattern. 

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Nautical Theme Baby Shower Ideas

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Baby ahoy!

If there is a little sailor or sailorette onboard the mothership, it’s a great time to have a nautical themed baby shower!

Anchor down and start planning because the seas of baby shower planning can be rough!

It’s probably a good idea to start with getting a planner to keep organized.


Once you have completed your guest list, it’s time to start looking for invitations to send out.

Before you set sail to the store, try surfing the net first; you are bound to find a much better deal on something that you can have personalized for the occasion!

I love ordering invitations from online retailers like Etsy. You can find invites that are perfect for a nautical themed baby shower and you will not find anything like it at a store!

You can also find great custom invites, printed and mailed right to your front door, from Zazzle. These nautical baby shower invitations would be the perfect way to kick off your nautical themed shower!

Special thanks to our friends at for this adorable design!


For a nautical themed baby shower, dark blue is a must!  You can choose to do dark blue and white, different shade of blue, blue and yellow, whatever color scheme you desire, but you must have a color to symbolize the deep blue sea!

Be sure to use contrasting colors when picking out tableware, balloons and streamers so that everything the colors pop rather than blend together.

If you are fishing for some ideas to decorate the shower, here are a few other great nautical decorations ideas:

  • Nets with seashells:  Drape nets at random on tables and walls, and don’t forget a few sea critters!  Lace some crabs, sea shells, star fish, fishing bobbers and whatever else someone might find in the sea!  Even an old boot in the net would do!

  • Anchors and lifesavers:  These belong everywhere, whether they’re large and hanging on the wall, or small and used as table accents.

  • Sailboat:  You need sailboats, period.  Making large sailboats from materials such as cardstock or poster boards are decorative and make wonderful candy or chip bowls!  It’s like catching two fish with one hook!


When it comes to the food at a nautical themed baby shower, it’s a sailor’s life, indeed!  Forget about the fish that got away and serve up these delicious treats:

  • Crabby cakes:  Need an appetizer idea?  Crab cakes are always a winner and you can make them in a pinch!

  • Sailboat deviled eggs:  These are deviled eggs with a piece of vegetable, such as a bell pepper, cut into a triangle and stuck on top to look like a sail.  Cute!

  • Set sail Jell-O:  Make blue Jell-O in individual cups and top it with a slice of orange with a sail on top, to look like sailboats on the sea!  The sail can easily be made by gluing a little, white triangle piece of paper to a toothpick.

  • Sailor Juice:  Avoid scurvy with this delicious fresh-squeezed lemonade with a twist of sprite!

Tip: Use brown sugar to plate your sweets!
It looks just like beach sand, but tastes so much better!


If the idea of only playing pen-and-paper baby shower games shivers your timbers, then you’ve come to the right place!  If you need some more game ideas, here’s a few games to keep your shipmates’ boredom at bay:

  • Walk the plank:  Give the player an armful of baby dolls to carry down a straight line after they get spun around for 5-10 seconds.  Whoever makes it farthest with the most babies in their arms wins!  As soon as one foot deviates from the line, this is their distance.

  • Sink or swim:  This is a twist on the old clothespin game!  Instead of a clothespin, each person gets a necklace with a life  preserver charm on it, and if you say the word “baby” someone can take away your life preserver!  Whoever collects the most life preservers wins!

  • Sand baby sculptures:  This is a team game:  have enough deep trays of sand laid out for all of your guests divided into teams of three or four.  Everyone has just 10 minutes to sculpt the best looking sand baby they can!


Come sail away, but don’t forget the favors!  Before you dock the ship, be sure to give out something as a way of saying “thank you!”

There is generally two types of favors:  Keepsakes and edibles.

You can never go wrong with something sweet such as candy in a cute, themed tin (lifesavers would be my candy of choice), but if you want to really say thanks, hand out anchor keychains or sailboat votive candles!

Oh, and don’t forget to wish them “smooth sailin’ mateys!”

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About Laura

Laura is a stay-at-home-mom of 4 energetic, little boys. When not playing with them or cleaning up their Legos (or worse, stepping on them), she can be found watching Pixar movies with the family, or writing here on Pink Ducky.

Children's birthday menu: photos, recipes, dish ideas

How to make a child's birthday truly unforgettable? Gather his friends, come up with entertainment and, of course, treat everyone to something delicious. But pleasing little guests is sometimes more difficult than adult gourmets. Our article will come to the rescue. In it, we have collected 10 dishes that will enchant even the most capricious persons. Serve these treats for a kid's birthday party and no one will leave hungry.

Original canapés

Kids will appreciate the unusual presentation, and adults will appreciate the ease of cooking. Indeed, among the recipes for a children's birthday, it is important to have at least one option for a quick snack. For canapes in the form of ladybugs, it is better to take unsalted crackers with the addition of whole grain flour. You can grease the products with both pate and hummus or curd cheese.


  • crackers - 10 pcs.
  • cherry tomatoes - 5 pcs.
  • leaf lettuce - 3-4 leaves
  • olives - 3 pcs.
  • pate - to taste


  1. Cut the cherry tomatoes in half and make a shallow cut in each half.
  2. Brush crackers with pâté and cover with lettuce. Excess greens can be removed.
  3. Top the salad with half a cherry and a quarter of an olive.
  4. Decorate the finished ladybug with a pattern of white dots. To do this, dip a toothpick in Greek yogurt or mayonnaise and gently color the workpiece.

Snack muffins

Children are rarely fans of vegetables. But thanks to such muffins, they will even eat the hated green beans or green peas. It's nice that you can change the toppings to your liking. For example, take corn, ham or some broccoli and cauliflower. It is also better not to forget about the vegetable slices on the table. Serve carrot, pepper and cucumber sticks with yoghurt sauce.


  • green beans - 100 g
  • green peas - 100 g
  • cheese - 100 g
  • chicken eggs - 2 pcs.
  • sour cream - 3 tbsp. l.
  • flour - 3 tbsp. l.
  • Bulgarian pepper - 1 pc.
  • baking powder - 0.5 tsp.
  • salt - to taste


  1. Defrost beans and peas.
  2. Pepper and cheese cut into small cubes.
  3. In a clean bowl, mix eggs with sour cream and salt. Gradually add the sifted flour mixed with the baking powder.
  4. Add prepared cuts to batter.
  5. Divide the pastry between molds and bake for 15 minutes at 180°C. Then lower the heat to 160°C and bake the muffins for another 15-20 minutes in the oven.

Cheese donuts

If you don't know what to cook, try these donuts. At a children's birthday party, they will definitely become a popular treat. The main thing is to find a good crumbly cottage cheese with a fat content of 5-9%. It is desirable that there is not too much moisture in the mass, gluing the grains together. Otherwise, wrap the cottage cheese with gauze and put it under pressure for 2-3 hours to remove excess moisture.


  • cottage cheese - 200 g
  • cheese - 80 g
  • flour - 70 g
  • chicken eggs - 2 pcs.
  • baking powder - 0.5 tsp.
  • sesame - to taste


  1. Mash the cottage cheese with a fork or chop with a blender.
  2. Add grated cheese, whole egg and one egg white.
  3. Add the sifted flour and baking powder and knead into a stiff dough.
  4. On a floured surface, form the dough into a ball and divide it into 6-8 equal pieces.
  5. Roll each piece into a sausage and seal the ends.
  6. Transfer the blanks to a baking sheet lined with baking paper and brush with the remaining yolk.
  7. Garnish with sesame seeds and bake for 30 minutes at 180°C.

Mini pizzas

Who would say no to a popular treat? For a children's holiday, it makes sense to make portioned pizzas. It will be easier for kids to hold them in their hands. As a sauce, ordinary ketchup or a mixture of pureed tomatoes boiled with spices is suitable. In addition to cherry tomatoes, you can use bell peppers or broccoli for the filling, and put boiled chicken or turkey instead of ham. When serving, garnish pizzas with fresh herbs, if desired.


For the dough:

  • flour - 200 g
  • water - 90 ml
  • olive oil - 30 ml
  • sugar - 1 tsp.
  • dry yeast - 4 g
  • salt - pinch


  • ham - 200 g
  • cherry tomatoes - 8 pcs.
  • tomato sauce - 3 tbsp. l.
  • cheese - 50 g


  1. Mix yeast, sugar and water. Cover the bowl with a towel and put it in a warm place for 15-20 minutes. After the specified time, a foam cap should appear on the surface of the mixture.
  2. Sift flour into activated yeast, add olive oil and salt. Knead a homogeneous dough that will not stick to your hands.
  3. Transfer the workpiece to a clean dish, greased with olive oil, and leave warm for 1 hour.
  4. Punch down the risen dough and divide into 8 equal pieces.
  5. Shape each piece into a 8-10 cm round shape and place on a baking sheet.
  6. Brush base with tomato sauce, top with ham and cherry halves, sprinkle with cheese and place in the oven.
  7. Bake the mini pizzas for 15 minutes at 210°C.

Chicken skewers

Homemade skewers continue the selection of recipes for children's birthdays. When preparing a marinade, remember that the child likes simple and understandable tastes more. A large set of seasonings, especially spicy, he will not appreciate. But vegetables will add benefits and make the meat juicier. For variety, place sliced ​​bell pepper or zucchini between the chicken pieces. Don't forget to prepare wooden skewers. Before stuffing the meat, it is advisable to soak them in boiling water, otherwise the wood may burn in the oven.


  • chicken fillet - 800 g
  • kefir 3.2% - 180 ml
  • onion - 1 pc.
  • garlic - 1-2 cloves
  • salt - to taste


  1. Divide the chicken fillet into 2-3 cm pieces.
  2. Chop the onion into rings, mince the garlic.
  3. Mix the chicken with chopped onion and garlic, season with salt.
  4. Pour in the kefir and mix well. Leave the blank in the refrigerator for 2 hours.
  5. Thread the pickled pieces onto skewers and bake for 15-20 minutes at 200°C.

Fish fingers

Children love variety. Give the kids a choice between several dishes. For example, serve chicken skewers and crispy fish fingers. The appetizer is made from white fish: pollock, cod or haddock. If desired, breading can be supplemented with sesame seeds. Ready-made sticks go well with tartar sauce.


  • white fish fillet - 600 g
  • vegetable oil - 150 ml
  • breadcrumbs - 3 tbsp. l.
  • chicken eggs - 1 pc.
  • salt - to taste
  • pepper - to taste


  1. Cut the fillet into strips 1.5–2 cm thick. Season with salt and a little pepper.
  2. Beat the egg with a fork in a flat bowl.
  3. Place the breadcrumbs in another bowl.
  4. Heat vegetable oil in a frying pan.
  5. Dip the fish fillets in turn into the egg and breadcrumbs, and then fry in hot oil.
  6. Wipe finished sticks with a paper towel to remove excess oil.

No Bake Cake

When planning what to cook for a child's birthday, don't forget about sweets. What's a holiday without cake? This recipe can be made the day before. Any gelatin is useful, but the rules for working with sheets and powder are different. The layers are randomly poured with cold water, and then squeezed out. For crystals, it is desirable to observe a ratio of 1: 6 (take 6 parts of water for 1 part of gelatin).


For the cake:

  • cookies - 300 g
  • Butter - 100 g


  • cottage cheese - 800 g
  • cream 20% - 200 ml
  • sugar - 100 g
  • sour cream - 100 g
  • cocoa - 2 tbsp. l.
  • gelatin - 40 g


  1. Grind cookies with butter into crumbs. Spread the mass over the bottom and sides of the form and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  2. Soak gelatine in water.
  3. Beat cottage cheese with sugar and sour cream. The easiest way to do this is with an immersion blender.
  4. Mix swollen gelatin with cream and heat to 60-70°C. The thickener should dissolve, but the liquid should not be allowed to boil.
  5. Add the warm mixture to the curds and beat everything well again with an immersion blender.
  6. Cocoa mix with half of the curd and cream mass.
  7. Spread the filling as follows: 1 tablespoon cream mixture, then 1 spoon chocolate mixture. It is advisable to finish the cake with a colored layer.
  8. Using a skewer, make patterns on the top of the workpiece and send it to the refrigerator until completely solidified.

Funny apple slices

Even ordinary fruits can be served in an original way. For example, make funny monsters out of apple slices. Sweet sprinkles in the form of eyes can be found on the Internet. If there is no unusual decoration, then make it yourself. Melt the chocolate and use a toothpick or skewer to drizzle over the marshmallows. The same melted chocolate or peanut butter will help to fix the marshmallows on the slices.


  • apples - 2 pcs.
  • strawberries - 100 g
  • peanut butter - 8 tsp
  • sunflower seeds - 2 handfuls
  • confectionery topping in the shape of eyes - 8 pcs.


  1. Quarter medium-sized apples.
  2. Remove the center from the skin side of each wedge.
  3. Brush the resulting hole with peanut butter and fill with a strawberry slice.
  4. Peel the sunflower seeds and stick a few into the apple blanks.
  5. Seal eyes with peanut butter and serve.

Cake pops

Bright cakes on skewers - why not treat a child's birthday? It is easy to attract even the birthday man himself to their preparation. Or you can make blanks in advance and invite guests to decorate them with sprinkles and icing. For the latter, it is better to choose white chocolate, since dyes can be added to the resulting mass. Let the little chefs cover the balls on their own and show imagination in decorating.


For the biscuit:

  • chicken eggs - 3 pcs.
  • sugar - 90 g
  • flour - 90 g

For cream:

  • curd cheese - 90 g
  • powdered sugar - 30 g

For glaze:

  • chocolate - 200 g
  • butter - 20 g


  1. Whisk eggs with sugar until fluffy white foam.
  2. Carefully add the sifted flour and knead the dough.
  3. Bake the biscuit for 30 minutes at 180°C.
  4. Cool the finished cake and grind into crumbs.
  5. In a clean bowl, beat the cream cheese with the powdered sugar.
  6. Add biscuit crumbs to the cream and mix. Form into balls 4–5 cm in diameter and refrigerate for 1–2 hours.
  7. Melt chocolate in a water bath and mix with butter. Thread the balls onto wooden skewers.
  8. Dip the balls in the frosting one by one. Let the mass take over.
  9. Decorate each cake pop as you like.

Nut bars

Although a sweet table is an obligatory part of a children's holiday, it is not worth pampering children with a lot of sugar. Instead of store-bought bars or candies, make an alternative treat of nuts and dried fruits. Don't be afraid to change the filling to your liking. For example, make a treat only from almonds or add walnuts.


  • pitted dates - 200 g
  • almonds - 60 g
  • cashews - 50 g
  • peanuts - 50 g
  • hazelnuts - 50 g
  • honey - 50 g
  • coconut oil - 1 tbsp. l.

For glaze:

  • chocolate - 200 g
  • coconut oil - 1 tbsp. l.


  1. Crush the almonds.
  2. Chop the remaining nuts and dates.
  3. Add crushed almonds, honey and coconut oil to the mixture. Mix the base for the bars.
  4. Line a mold with foil and place the mixture on top. Smooth out.
  5. Melt the chocolate with coconut oil in a bain-marie.
  6. Decorate the blank with the resulting glaze. Sprinkle shredded coconut on top, if desired, and refrigerate for 1 hour.
  7. Divide the formed cake into bars, wrap each with parchment and serve.

As you can see, there are many interesting ideas of what to cook for a children's birthday. The original menu will definitely be remembered by both guests and the hero of the occasion.

Halloween dishes for children - recipes, decoration, menu

Halloween dishes for children - recipes, decoration, menu

We have compiled a children's menu for Halloween so that you do not have to worry about what to feed your little guests at the holiday.

How to choose a children's menu for Halloween

Halloween is loved by children all over the world. On this day, you can dress up as your favorite characters, play harmless pranks, enjoy sweets from the heart and tell scary stories. That is why children's holidays are often held on Halloween in our country.

Organizing Halloween for the kids will require entertainment, spooky venue decorations, and, of course, spooky treats. Children will definitely get hungry after games and competitions, and then thematic goodies will come in handy. Take care of the children's holiday table in advance - order catering or prepare the dishes yourself.

Children's menus for Halloween should match the mystical atmosphere of the holiday, but at the same time remain childish and not too scary. Do not rush to extremes and offer adult creepy treats to children. Let the themed dishes be funny and a little scary.

All sorts of snacks are very popular on Halloween, which is ideal for children's parties. Everyone knows that children do not like long banquet gatherings, but they like buffet dishes, they had a bite to eat and ran to play. It doesn't have to be junk food. Halloween is perfect for creating themed dishes from healthy products, because children love unusual serving of food.

Halloween Meals for Kids: Recipes and Ideas

Our catalog contains fun and creative meals for kids.


  • A very simple Halloween snack for kids called "Witch's Broom". It can be made from salted straw, which is wrapped with a fringe of hard cheese and tied with a sprig of dill.
  • You can bake Halloween pizza together with your children. Decorate the dough with olive and sausage spiders, make paws from strips of chopped pepper. Sprinkle cheese on top. No one will definitely refuse such a pizza!
  • Little monsters love sandwiches. Spread some ketchup on the toast, arrange cheese strips, and make eyes out of olives. Terrifying mummy toasts are ready!
  • Spooky Boiled Egg Snack is great for baby food. It consists of halves of stuffed boiled eggs, decorated with olive spiders.
  • Do you have baking molds handy? Use them to make baby canapés. Take a savory biscuit, put a lettuce leaf on it, put a piece of boiled sausage on top and decorate canapés with pumpkin, ghosts or witch hat figures carved from cheese.

Hot dishes

  • If you decide to add hot dishes to the menu, for example, for a home holiday, we can offer chicken mini skewers, and potato “Smiles” in the form of emoticons as a side dish. Such a set will help the kids to eat properly.
  • You can also include interesting and funny pumpkin dishes in the children's menu on Halloween. Stuffed pumpkin with pulp stewed with sour cream, rice and vegetables is suitable for baby food. An edible Jack-o'-lantern can also be made sweet by stuffing it with pumpkin pulp, dried fruits, rice and honey.
  • Can I offer pumpkin puree soup to children? If you decorate it with a cobweb of sour cream and pour it into portioned bowls, you get a festive dish, which is also healthy.
  • Another pumpkin dish is cottage cheese casserole with pumpkin pulp, raisins, cottage cheese and nuts. Also a great dish without harmful components.
  • All children love sausages. There are several festive dishes from this product. If you wrap sausages with dough and bake, you get funny mummies, and if you boil and attach marigolds, you get witch fingers. The long sausages will become snakes with olive eyes and a pepper tongue.

Halloween is a holiday of sweets, so you can only limit yourself to them. Order a children's Candy bar from us, decorated in a spooky style with various themed sweets. Children will be delighted with the sweet table, where they are allowed to take whatever they want. The stylized Candy bar will successfully fit into the mystical atmosphere and will become an excellent backdrop for photos.


  • For desserts, we can offer the "Sweet Hedgehog" dish with a cake base and various sweets on skewers - marshmallows and profiteroles. Place such a hedgehog in the middle of the table so that all children take goodies as they wish.
  • Kids will love our ghosts and meringue bones. And the pastry chef of the Ministry company will take care of the quality of desserts.
  • All children love gummy bears and worms. We played with this dessert, placed gummy worms in chocolate, and called the dish "Worms in the Ground", it turned out like Halloween.
  • Halloween food doesn't have to be scary, for example, our marzipan pumpkins perfectly match the atmosphere of the holiday and don't scare anyone.

So, you have found out what Halloween dishes are for children. Recipes for holiday appetizers and desserts can be found on the "Recipes" tab of our website. If you want to enjoy the holiday with your children and do not want to cook treats yourself, place an order with the professional catering company "Ministvo".

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