Celebrate Dr. Seuss with Fun Foods!

Oh say, can you say, Today is a very special day! 
The birthday of Dr. Seuss is cause for celebration…
And, making fun foods will bring jubilation!
So, grab a pot or a pan, 
bring your kids (and your man).
Enjoy sweet cakes or silly green ham…
and do something fun with your whole fam!
Here’s some Dr. Seuss fun foods inspiration, perfect for celebrating:
The Food Lab makes an incredible Dr. Seuss cake!
The fabulous Alison at Oopsey-Daisy made green eggs & ham as part of her Seuss-extravaganza!
 Or, how about these sweet green eggs from The Girl who Ate Everything!
Make fun cupcakes with a wocket in your pocket from Southern Plate!
Or, make Good Life Eats’ cupcakes of Thing 2 and Thing 1.
And Everything Sweet has some very Seuss-tastic cake pops to check out!
 The Amazing Mess made these adorable (& I’m sure very tasty) Cat in the Hat treats.
And, can you believe these Dr. Seuss Pancakes from Jenni Price illustration?! WOW!
*Update: If you’re looking for even more great Seuss ideas, I’ve rounded up the ultimate list with over 75 crafts & recipes! To view the list, just click here —> Ultimate Dr. Seuss Ideas List
75+ Dr. Seuss Crafts, Activities, & Recipes
Have YOU made any fun Dr. Seuss celebration treats?*You can see our birthday celebration foods here! :) 


    • Shelley says

      What did you use for the white and how long to melt? I am wanting to make these for an upcoming birthday party.

  1. Last Minute Mel says

    What wonderful Dr. Seuss ideas! I have never celebrated Dr. Seuss with my boys, but you have just inspired me!

  2. Rachel at Sun Scholars says

    That fun ideas!!! Thanks for sharing them.

    I'd love to have you link up to my For the Kids Friday Link Party! Stop on by!!

    :)rachel from SunScholars.blogspot.com

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