Whether it’s a first or fiftieth birthday party, here are 20+ of the cutest Mickey Mouse party food ideas and free printable labels to add to your buffet menu.
It wasn’t too long ago that the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse theme song was playing in our house almost constantly.
My oldest loved that show when she was little. And ever since then, Mickey Mouse has had a special place in my heart. That’s why I was so excited when a reader requested some Mickey Mouse party ideas.
Now, there is a ton of inspiration for Mickey Mouse party decorations, and lots of ideas for themed party food too. But you can spend hours looking around to find all the names for your food labels.
Well, now you don’t need to worry about that, because I’ve collected over 20 different types of foods and cute ways to label your food for a Mickey Mouse party that are perfect for themed party food labels.
And to take it all over the top, I’ve also got a fun free printable to use on your table, as well as a few other cute ideas to display your food.
Mickey Mouse Party Food Ideas For Your Labels
Let’s start off with getting your menu and party food names all taken care of. If this is a first birthday, make sure you serve toddler friendly party food for the little ones.
Mickey Mouse Themed Drinks:
There’s not a lot out there for Mickey Mouse themed party drinks. But here are a few that I collected and dreamed up for you.
- Pluto Punch
- Jumping bean juice
- Clarabelle’s Chocolate Milk
- Ludwig Von Lemonade
- Scrooge McSmoothies
For little kids, you might also want to check out these cute juice box covers from Play Party Plan. I know my kids would have loved those when they were little.
(P.S. You might also want to check out how to make your juice wrappers and water bottle labels waterproof!)
Finger food is where it’s at, and a lot of that same finger food can be shaped to look just like your favorite mouse. Just grab a Mickey Mouse shaped cookie cutter and you’re pretty much ready to go!
- Mickey shaped fruit kabobs can be Princess Minnie’s wands
- These Mickey Mouse Strawberry Bites are so cute!
- I love Donald’s cheese and quackers for cheese tray
- Fruit trays can be named Goofy’s grapes, or Figaro’s fruit
- Make some Daisy’s Deviled Eggs (bell pepper bow optional)
- Vegetable platters can be named Goofy’s garden veggies or have Minnie Carrots
Main Course Food Ideas:
You might not always need to serve a main course at your parties. But if you do, then a Mickey Mouse party menu has lots of fun ideas for you and your kids! Here are my favorites:
- Hot Diggity Dogs
- Mickey’s Clubhouse Sandwiches
- Toodles noodles
- Minnie’s Bow-tie pasta
- Mickey’s Mouse-ke-pizza
Mickey Mouse Snacks & Mini Desserts:
My kids won’t let me throw a party without plenty of snacks. And we had fun coming up with ideas for naming Mickey Mouse party snacks. (I just had to include gooey fish…I can’t tell you how many times we watched that episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse!)
- Mickey Mouse pretzel bites
- Chip & Dales chips & dips
- Serve up some Pluto’s pretzels
- Daisy’s Dip
- Put out a plate of Oreos and call them Mickey Ears
- Put some Swedish Fish or goldfish in a bowl and call them Gooey fish
- Mickey Mouse Oreos
- Turn Mickey themed race car snacks into Roadster Racers
Fun Ways to Display Mickey Mouse Party Food Ideas:
Mickey Mouse Themed Platters!
That mouse’s iconic round head and ears make it perfect for carrying the party theme right on over to the plates and platters you use.
Anything that has a dipping sauce or is a combination of different foods together can be displayed by putting two small bowls at the top of one large round tray.
Here are a couple different versions I pulled together just for the fun of it:
Aren’t they adorable? The best part is that I used items we already had to make the shapes. Easy, fast, and cute. That’s about all you could ask for.
Free Printable Mickey Mouse Buffet Table Cards
And speaking of cute, the Mickey Mouse table tent cards you see in this post are available for you to download for free and use for your party! The cards are blank so you can write in whatever titles you like.
You could also use them for place cards at a sit-down table too. Super cute!
(P.S. If you want to add text, the font I used here is called Hand Drawn Shapes)
Plus, a Cricut Print and Cut PNG file is included to make it really easy for you. Just follow the print and cut instructions I shared for the Independence Day printables. Easy peasy!
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Now It’s Your Turn
There you have it! Over 20 different Mickey Mouse party food ideas to serve, with fun themed names to go with them. Best of all, there are foods that work for kids of all ages, even toddler-safe food for a first or second birthday party.
Now all you need to do is add them to your free printable table tent cards and you’re set!
Which of these Mickey Mouse Party food ideas do you like best?
What will you be serving at your party?