20 Sleepover Party Recipes

  • 20 Sleepover Party Recipes 1 of 21
    Fun foods to make for a house full of kids
  • Homemade Potato Chips 2 of 21
    Homemade Potato Chips
    Skip the boring ol’ bag of potato chips and opt for this homemade (and healthier!) version for the kids to munch on while they’re watching a movie.
    Make homemade potato chips »
  • Cookie S’mores 3 of 21
    Cookie S'mores
    Have a picky eater sleeping over? Don’t sweat it — let the kiddies pick out their favorite cookies to make their own customized s’mores. (Campfire not included.)
    Make cookie s’mores »
  • Lego Candy Coated Rice Krispie Treats 4 of 21
    Lego Candy Coated Rice Krispie Treats
    These sweet Lego-shaped Rice Krispie treats are totally fun enough for a sleepover — especially if one of the activities planned involves playing with real Legos!
    Make Lego candy coated Rice Krispie Treats »
  • Angry Birds Mini Pizzas 5 of 21
    Angry Birds Mini Pizzas
    What’s a sleepover without some cheesy pizza? Though, oddly enough, we find nothing angry about these individual-sized pies.
    Make Angry Birds mini pizzas »
  • Homemade Girl Scout Samoas 6 of 21
    Homemade Girl Scout Samoas
    Serve these coconut-y, caramel-y Girl Scout cookies before a good game of Truth or Dare. Everyone will have to tell the truth … Scout’s honor!
    Make samoas »
  • Pink Popcorn 7 of 21
    Pink Popcorn
    Your princess-crazy guests won’t be able to keep their hands off these pretty, pink kernels. We suggest a screening of Cinderella or Snow White to go with the popcorn!
    Make pink popcorn »
  • Chocolate-Chip Cookie Dough Dip 8 of 21
    Chocolate-Chip Cookie Dough Dip
    Every kid loves licking the cookie dough batter. Now they won’t get in trouble for it with this creamy dip!
    Make chocolate-chip cookie dough dip »
  • Homemade Cheddar Goldfish Crackers 9 of 21
    Homemade Cheddar Goldfish Crackers
    Whether watching a flick, playing video games, or spilling secrets — your sleepover guests will have their hands (and mouths) full of these cheesy crackers.
    Make homemade cheddar crackers »
  • Mini Pigs in a Blanket 10 of 21
    Mini Pigs in a Blanket
    This classic kid-friendly snack is a quick and easy option for a house full of screaming elementary schoolers. Set up a mini condiment bar (think ketchup, mustard, and ranch sauces) so little ones can dip as they please.
    Make mini pigs in a blanket »
  • Chocolate Covered Marshmallows 11 of 21
    Chocolate Covered Marshmallows
    Put your own spin on Mallomars with these chocolate-covered delights. We suggest using mini marshmallows to make it easier for the kids to pop in their mouths.
    Make chocolate-covered marshmallows »
  • Orange Dream Milkshake 12 of 21
    Orange Dream Milkshake
    Little ones are sure to have nice dreams if they sip on this heavenly Creamsicle in a glass.
    Make orange dream milkshakes »
  • Hot Fudge Sundae Cupcakes 13 of 21
    Hot Fudge Sundae Cupcakes
    The typical hot fudge sundae may get a bit messy with a house full of kids. So serve up these sundae cupcakes in a jar instead to satisfy their sweet tooth — and keep your carpets clean.
    Make hot fudge sundae cupcakes »
  • Soft-Baked Pretzels 14 of 21
    Soft-Baked Pretzels
    These twisty, tasty homemade pretzels make a nice, warm sleepover treat. Serve with cheese sauce, mustard, or honey for an extra burst of flavor!
    Make soft-baked pretzels »
  • Pretzel Nutella Ice Cream Sandwiches 15 of 21
    Ooey-gooey sweets are a must-eat at any sleepover. And there’s no better way to satisfy your kiddies’ nighttime sugar craving than with these bite-sized ice cream sandwiches.
    Make pretzel Nutella ice cream sandwiches »
  • Easy Baked Mac n Cheese 16 of 21
    Easy Baked Mac n Cheese
    It’s usually hard to please everyone when it comes to a sleepover dinner recipe, but we’re sure this classic, cheesy dish will guarantee you a food home run.
    Make easy baked mac ‘n’ cheese »
  • Chocolate-covered Animal Crackers 17 of 21
    Chocolate-covered Animal Crackers
    These colorful crackers are quite an appropriate slumber party snack, considering you already have a house full of wild animals …
    Make chocolate-covered animal crackers »
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies 18 of 21
    Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies
    Can’t decide between making cookies or brownies? Why not both?!
    Make chocolate chip cookie brownies »
  • Loaded Nacho Dip 19 of 21
    Loaded Nacho Dip
    Dreading cooking for your kids and their 10 sleepover buddies? Serve this easy-to-make dip with tortilla chips for a one-dish snack that’ll fill ‘em up.
    Make 8 layer nachos »
  • Bubblegum Ice Cream Bars 20 of 21
    Bubblegum Ice Cream Bars
    Bubblegum and ice cream?! Your slumber party guests will think you’re the coolest mom ever when you hand them these treats.
    Make bubblegum ice cream bars »
  • Chocolate and Peanut Butter Dessert Shooters 21 of 21
    Chocolate and Peanut Butter Dessert Shooters
    End your kid’s movie night with a bang (or should we say a “shot”) by serving these mouthwatering chocolate and peanut butter shooters!
    Make chocolate and peanut butter dessert shooters »

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