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33 Baby Shower Party Foods

When planning baby shower party foods, keep in mind that it’s a special occasion to celebrate a new chapter in the life of the new parents. 

A variety of delicious food is always a wonderful way to shower the sweet family with love. It’s actually fun to plan a baby shower food menu.

All of these food and theme ideas are perfect for any baby shower celebration when you’re getting together with close friends and family members.

Easy Baby Shower Food Ideas

The party food doesn’t have to be complicated or difficult. Start with a theme and plan the baby shower menu around it.

It’s always good to have a variety of finger foods, fresh fruit, cut vegetables, and sweet treats. Easy appetizers, such as mini quiches and hors d’oeuvres, are always welcome.

Just remember that you don’t have to serve every single thing you think of. It’s okay to have just a few food items that you know the guest of honor will love.

It’s fun to have a nice display piece, such as this 3-tier platter to show off the food. You get bonus points if you make it yourself and give it to the new mom and dad after the party is over.

Serve some of these delicious foods for a memorable baby shower the new parents will love. It’s always a good idea to ask guests if there are any dietary restrictions and offer options for everyone.

Any time I have a get-together with a lot of people, I like to provide a wide variety of foods. That way, if someone has food allergies, there is likely to be something he or she can enjoy.

1. Crispy Zucchini Parmesan Chips

As flavorful as they are nutritious, baby shower party guests will love these delicious morsels of goodness.

Provide a variety of dips so each person can enjoy them the way they like.

2. Ranch Air Fryer Chickpeas

You’ll be blown away by how crunchy and yummy these treats are.

And the bonus is that chickpeas are packed with protein.

3. Zucchini Pizza Bites

Make as many of these as you have time for because these easy bite-size pizza bites will disappear very quickly from the snack table!

They are packed with nutrition, and they add lots of color for a festive touch.

4. Baked Brie with Puff Pastry 

When you want something that is sure to impress the guests, this delightful baked brie treat from Back to My Southern Roots is sure to be a home run.

Make this impressive treat, and you’ll be the shower host everyone turns to when it’s time to plan the next one.

5. Potato Chips and Dip

Potato chips and dip are a classic treat for a reason.

They’re delicious together, especially when you make this tried-and-true sour cream dip.

6. Pepperoni Pretzel Pizza Bites

Here is another way to have bite-size pizza-flavored snacks.

You can use any type of twisted pretzel. I make it with gluten-free pretzels, and no one can tell the difference.

7. Chocolate Peanut Butter Moose Munch

This combination of popcorn, peanut butter, and chocolate is like a party in the mouth with every single bite.

Serve it for any special occasion, including a baby shower for your best friend.

8. Candied Pecans

The crunchy deliciousness of pecans with a sugary coating will make your tastebuds very happy.

Candied pecans have been a favorite snack in my family for years, and that’s because they’re so good!

9. Baked Pimento Cheese Pinwheels 

These baked pimento cheese pinwheels from Julia’s Simply Southern are a great way to celebrate the big day! 

What I love about these tasty treats is that Julia takes a southern staple and shows one of the creative ways to serve it.

10. Chocolate Chip Fluff Dip

This sweet dip is so easy to make, and it has a great payoff at parties.

Place the bowl in the center of the dessert table and offer a variety of fruit, cookies, and cake bites to dip.

11. Homemade Pimento Cheese

Pimento cheese is a southern staple that you’re likely to find in my refrigerator at any given time.

I love making little pimento cheese sandwiches and stacking them on a plate.

12. Chicken Salad

Another delicious sandwich filling is chicken salad. You can use fresh chicken that you cook, a rotisserie chicken, or even canned chicken.

Make this basic recipe or add a few of your own ingredients.

13. Deviled Eggs

In my opinion, the best parties have deviled eggs on the snack table.

Of course, they never last long, but they’re definitely a treat that most people enjoy.

14. Spinach Dip

Spinach dip is wonderful when served with crackers, toast, or even bread slices.

It has such a delightful blend of creamy goodness, spinach, and just the right amount of seasonings to make this a crowd favorite.

15. Marinated Mushrooms

Every time I serve marinated mushrooms, people comment on how fancy the offerings are.

They naturally assume that I spent hours making these wonderful little bites of goodness taste so wonderful. But they’re super easy because you make them in the slow cooker.

16. Crab Mini Tarts 

Add Miz Helen’s crab mini tarts to the appetizer or main course table and watch them disappear! 

Make sure you have enough for everyone to get seconds on this one! Miz Helen sure does know how to make fabulous food!


Zucchini Fries

Zucchini has to be one of my favorite vegetables because it’s so versatile. Y

ou can make these zucchini fries in an air fryer or in your oven. Serve them with your favorite dip.

18. Roasted Pecans

We used to be limited to certain seasons for pecans, but now they’re available year-round.

I love roasting them to bring out the nutty flavor. You only need a handful of ingredients and a few minutes to make this yummy treat.

19. Party Mix

The very first time I tasted the Chex party mix, I was hooked. Then I discovered that I need to avoid gluten. So I set out to create a recipe that eliminates gluten but still has the flavor that so many people enjoy. 

No one has ever complained about the lack of gluten in my party mix. In fact, folks have asked for the recipe.

20. Creamy Cool Fruit Salad

This yummy dish is called a fruit salad, but I like it for dessert.

It doesn’t matter what you call it because it’s delicious either way. You’ll find it refreshing and absolutely delightful.

21. Roasted Tomatoes

Here’s another versatile treat. I like to roast a batch of tomato slices and use them in a variety of ways.

Serve them alone or place them on crackers with some cream cheese. You can even cut them up for a tasty pizza topping.

22. Caramel Apple Grapes

Also called taffy apples, these caramel grapes can be eaten with or without a coating of nuts.

You can make them in advance or offer bowls of caramel and crushed nuts for guests to add the coatings fondue style.

23. Sweet and Salty Snack Mix

There are several ways you can offer this type of snack mix.

You can either mix everything in advance and serve it from a big bowl. Or you can set out different treats so the guests can mix what they want.

Stuffed Mushrooms

24. Stuffed Mushrooms

I’ve never seen a platter of stuffed mushrooms go untouched.

In fact, they are typically empty in a matter of minutes. There’s something really wonderful about this savory treat.

25. Mini Stuffed Peppers

Full sized stuffed peppers are yummy, but you need a fork and sometimes a knife to eat them.

Instead, I like to stuff mini peppers for parties. They’re a delicious finger food that just happen to be nutritious.

26. Fruit Kabobs with Yogurt Dip

Refreshing, delicious, and nutritious, fruit kabobs are easy to prepare.

The mother-to-be will appreciate having something she can enjoy, knowing it’s good for her and the baby.

Who says baby shower party foods can’t be good for you?

27. 3-Ingredient Lemon Bars

Enjoy the combination of sweet and tart flavors of these 3-ingredient lemon bars.

You’ll love the fact that they’re super easy to make, yet they are such a great crowd pleaser.

28. Better Brownies from a Mix

What’s better than brownies from a mix?

Check out some of these ideas to take your favorite quick and easy snack to a whole new level of yumminess.

29. Butterscotch Pecan Cookies

Butterscotch fans will love these cookies. They’re made from cake mix, so they’re super easy.

Make a plate of them and watch how quickly they disappear.

30. Peanut Butter Cookies Without Flour

The melt-in-your-mouth goodness of these peanut butter cookies will have everyone at the baby shower asking for the recipe.

And they’re naturally gluten-free because there isn’t a speck of flour in them.

31. Easy Air Fried Meatballs

You only need a package of frozen meatballs and a few minutes to create this delicious treat! I also like to offer a variety of dips.

If you don’t have an air fryer, you can heat these up in the oven. But it takes a little longer, so follow the instructions on the package.

32. Homemade No-Churn Strawberry Ice Cream

Who says homemade ice cream requires hours of churning?

Now that I’ve discovered this recipe, I make it whenever the urge strikes.

Mix the ingredients the day before the baby shower, pop it into the freezer, and it will be ready for your guests the next day.

33. Basil Melon Skewers

These basil melon skewers from Miz Helen’s Country Cottage are refreshing and delicious. The new mom-to-be will enjoy them because they’re also delicious and nutritious.

Beverages for Baby Showers

There are so many different types of beverages you can serve at baby showers, Here are some ideas:

  • Tea served in pretty tea cups
  • Blue or pink punch if you know the baby’s gender
  • Sherbet punch with ginger ale served in a large bowl
  • It’s up to you whether or not to serve adult beverages. Just remember that most doctors advise expectant mothers not to drink alcohol.

Other Great Food Ideas

If you want to narrow down the food options, try offering a food theme. Here are some you might want to consider:

Baked Potato Bar – Bake a bunch of large potatoes, stack them on a plate, and fill a buffet table with toppings. Your guests will enjoy having different options to pile onto their potatoes.

Taco Bar – All you need for this are taco shells, meat, cheese, some cut veggies, sour cream, and a few other things to make this a big hit.

Salad Bar – Do you want to keep this event healthy? Then provide a buffet with bowls of different types of lettuce, cut veggies, and salad dressings. You can even add some of your own homemade ranch dressing or this delicious thousand island dressing.

Cake – It’s always a good idea to have some sort of cake option, whether it’s a traditional cake you slice, cupcakes, or even cake pops. This raspberry ginger cake from Dance Around the Kitchen is delicious!

Baby Shower Theme Ideas

Having a theme is a fun way of celebrating, and it’s easier to decorate if you’re focused on a specific topic. There are thousands of different fun theme ideas for baby showers.

A lot of hosts will choose a theme and then come up with baby shower party foods that support it.

Here are some baby shower ideas you might want to consider:

  • Gender reveal using balloons, hidden cake decoration, or other creative pink or blue items.
  • Nautical with sailboats and anchors with different shades of blue.
  • Seasonal with a decor that fits winter, spring, summer, or fall.
  • International with a variety of foods and decor from different countries.
  • Baby animal with stuffed animal decor and a menu with cut animal names, like koala cupcakes or chipmunk chips.
  • Outer space with rockets, shiny stars, and out-of-this-world treats.
  • Vintage with pearls, velvet, and lots of antiques.
  • Garden theme with a variety of faux flowers and flowers from the garden. You can even make edible flowers with frosting or candy.

Party Game Ideas

It’s up to you whether or not to have party games. It might be enough to have introductions, a table filled with baby shower party foods, and a few ice breakers.

Even if I don’t think I’ll need any, I like to have a few that are ready to go, in case there’s a lull in conversation.

Here are some fun party game ideas:

  • Mommy Trivia – Guests are asked questions based on facts about the mother-to-be. (Her age, where she was born, how many siblings she has, etc.).
  • Gender Guessing – Have a contest with a reveal at the party or later about the gender of the baby. Also ask guests why they chose either baby girl or baby boy.
  • Name That Baby – This makes for a fun round of interesting, thoughtful, and maybe even silly baby names.
  • Mom or Dad Said What? – This is a fun game with questions pertaining to which parent said or did what, and you’re almost guaranteed to get some laughs. (Who proposed, which one does most of the cooking, etc.)
  • Put the Diaper on the Baby – Blindfolded guests diapering baby dolls.
  • Did She Really Say That? – Someone jots down everything the mother-to-be says as she opens her gifts. Then the comments are read later as something she said at the time the baby was conceived.

Virtual Baby Shower

If the guests aren’t able to get together in person, host a virtual baby shower. You can do this with Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, or any of your favorite video services.  

Have all of the guests send the gifts in advance. When you go live, asks the guest to introduce themselves and tell what they’re eating or drinking during the party.

As the guest of honor opens gifts, she can show them and explain what each item is. The baby shower guests can have a moment to tell about why they chose the gifts.

It goes without saying that each person will supply their own baby shower party foods.

Share More Baby Shower Party Food Ideas

If you’re in charge of planning a baby shower party, try including some of the food and drinks listed above. There are so many great options when it comes to choosing the perfect dishes for your event.

I’ve compiled this list of my favorites to help get you started on picking out what’s best based off personal preferences. What are some of your favorite baby shower party foods? Let me know!

Please feel free to share!


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37 Crowd-Pleasing Baby Shower Food Ideas

Planning a baby shower is lots of fun, especially when it comes to brainstorming food ideas. Whether you’re looking for food ideas that match your chosen baby shower theme or you’re just looking for quick, easy, and flavorful options that everyone will love, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our 37 baby shower food ideas, including savories, sweets, and thirst-quenching drinks.

9 Tips and Ideas for Planning a Baby Shower Menu

When planning a baby shower, you can be as creative as you like with the food ideas, but it’s also important to consider some practical aspects.

As the host, you’ll have a lot to take care of, including decorating the venue, so it’s good to plan food that is quick to make and easy to serve and eat.

Here are some tips to help you think about the types of food to choose, how to serve it, and more:

Savory Baby Shower Food Ideas

Whether you plan on having only finger foods or an entire menu at the baby shower, here are some ideas for the savory food:

Baby Shower Dessert Table Food Ideas

Besides having a baby shower cake as a centerpiece, you may want to have a dessert table with an assortment of other sweet offerings. Here are some ideas for crowd-pleasing sweets and desserts:


Beyond serving the usual wine spritzer or sparkling wine at the baby shower, consider some alcohol-free drinks, like mocktails, punch, and homemade sodas:

The Bottom Line

You’ll no doubt have lots of fun planning and serving the food for the mom-to-be’s baby shower.

If you’ve decided to prepare most of the food, round up some of the mom-to-be’s friends and family to help. Make it easier on yourself by using some store-bought elements, too. You could also make some of what’s on offer but ask each guest to bring a small plate to share.

Set up food and dessert tables so that guests can serve themselves buffet style, and stick to foods that aren’t too messy to eat while standing up and mingling.

If you have a set theme, you can tie the food into the theme by using colored frosting, or by piping lettering onto foods like “Oh, Baby!” Cookie cutters are your friend! Cut everything from brownies to sandwiches into shapes that match the theme. You can also connect the food and drinks to the theme based on the colors you choose for the straws, napkins, and cupcake liners.

Having a chocolate fondue fountain or a soda bar can create an interactive element that guests will love.

Have fun with it! Your options are endless, and you might find you really get into it once you get started. And, always remember, no matter what food and drinks you serve, your guests — especially the guest of honor — will really appreciate your efforts and thoughtfulness.

While you’re here, check out our baby shower checklist to double-check that you’ve covered everything for the upcoming event.

7 favorite dishes for the children's menu. Cooking articles and life hacks

Sometimes creating a children's menu is more difficult than preparing an exquisite culinary masterpiece. After all, you need to think not only about the benefits, but also about the fact that the child takes all the dishes without objection. AFG National products will help to cope with this task, from which you can cook whatever your child's heart desires.

Fancy millet

Millet porridge is a good dish for a children's menu. But cereals for him need to choose the highest quality and most useful, such as calibrated and polished millet "National". We wash 300 g of cereals under contrast water. Bring to a boil 600 ml of water, salt to taste and lay the millet. When it boils for 20 minutes, drain the water and pour in 200 ml of hot milk. Add 2 tsp. sugar with a pinch of vanilla and cook porridge under the lid for 30 minutes. At the end, put a slice of butter and wrap the pan with a towel. Decorate a plate with millet with banana mugs, berries - the child will appreciate such a tempting dish. nine0003

Pea fad

As practice shows, children like chickpeas with vegetables very much. Chickpeas "National" will give this combination delicious nutty notes and fill it with limitless benefits. Soak 100 g of peas in cold water overnight, then cook for 1 hour. Saute a small onion in olive oil. Add to it slices of tomato and yellow sweet pepper, grated carrots and simmer until tender. At the end we put 2 tbsp. l. tomato paste with a generous handful of fresh herbs. It remains to combine the vegetable platter with ready-made chickpeas and serve, decorating with parsley sprigs. Such a colorful dish will certainly interest children. nine0003

Buckwheat with a secret

National buckwheat is easy to turn into an extraordinary casserole. Thanks to careful calibration and deep cleaning, it will turn out delicious and incredibly healthy. Mix 200 g of cottage cheese with 2 grated apples. We punch 400 g of boiled buckwheat in a blender and, together with 50 g of butter, mix it into cottage cheese with apples. Separately beat 2 eggs, 3 tbsp. l. sour cream, 3 tsp. lemon juice and 1 tsp. vanilla sugar. We introduce this mixture into the buckwheat mass, pour out 70 g of steamed prunes, knead the dough. After placing it in an oiled form, put 5-6 slices of butter on top and bake for 30 minutes at 200 ° C. Little gourmets will be intrigued! nine0003

Barley tenderness

Soup is an indispensable dish in a child's diet. With the "Dutch" pearl barley "National" it will become truly useful, because it contains elements important for the child's body. Cook barley for 20 minutes. Next, put 2 potatoes in cubes in a saucepan, salt and cook until softened. Meanwhile, fry 2 onions in butter and also add to the soup. Next, put the processed cheese in cubes and simmer for another 10 minutes. If desired, you can add slices of boiled chicken fillet. Even the incorrigible fussy will not refuse such a soup. nine0003

Semolina surprise

If a child stubbornly ignores semolina, try to pave the way to his heart through semolina. With National semolina, this is much easier to do. Pour 300 ml of kefir into a bowl and gradually add 200 g of semolina, stirring with a whisk. Leave the cereal for at least half an hour. Beat 100 g of sugar with 2 eggs, a pinch of salt and 10 g of baking powder. We introduce the mixture into the swollen semolina and knead the dough. We fill it with an oiled form and put it in the oven for 45 minutes at 180 ° C. Children will eat such mannik more willingly if served with jam or condensed milk. nine0003

Rice Delight

Pudding is a dish most children welcome. Take "Krasnodar" rice "National" as a basis, and you will get the most delicate treat for an afternoon snack. First of all, we will cook 4 tbsp. l. rice in 100 ml of water. At the end, add 200 ml of hot milk, 1 tsp. sugar and a pinch of salt. In the cooled porridge, mix in the raw yolk, pounded with 2 tsp. sugar, as well as 1 tsp. butter, grated apple. We also introduce the protein whipped into a lush foam and knead the dough. Now put it in an oiled form, sprinkled with ground breadcrumbs, and bake for 25 minutes at 180 ° C. Is it possible to resist such an airy pudding with a ruddy crust? nine0003

Oatmeal fun

Oatmeal cookies are rightfully considered one of the healthiest treats for children. Especially if you bake it from National Hercules. Grind 400 g of dry oatmeal into flour, add 3 tbsp. l. plain flour and a pinch of vanilla. Separately, mix into a homogeneous mass 100 g of butter, 3 tbsp. l. sugar, 2 tbsp. l. sour cream, egg and 1 tsp. slaked soda. In several steps, add flour and knead the dough. We make cookies, put an almond or walnut kernel in the center of each, place on an oiled baking sheet and put in the oven at 180 ° C for 15 minutes. Children will not leave such cookies unattended! nine0003

This is not the whole list of dishes that can be prepared for children. The assortment of the trade mark "National" includes many other irreplaceable products. And on the portal "Eat at Home" there is a gallery of recipes with their participation. Let's fantasize together and delight children with interesting culinary creations!

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