When we had Adam’s robot birthday party, we wanted to have a fun, creative party without breaking our family budget. Making our own robot pinata helped, creating homemade games and activities, and of course simple foods that weren’t too complicated.
Robot Snacks and Finger Foods
Pretzels and a homemade wheat-flour cheese sauce made up this super simple snack. I think in future I would use a little crock pot to keep the cheese warm and let the kids dip the pretzel sticks. Otherwise, just pour the cheese over right before you eat them because they got a touch soggy.
Make Your Own Robot Dessert
This was a complete hit. The kids so rarely get candy that they thought this was completely awesome. We cut lengths of twizzlers, gum drops, marshmallows of various sizes, etc. Any soft or gummy candies will do. Supply the kids with some toothpicks and let their creativity go!
Robot Juice Box Covers Printable
I wanted to have a robot drink also but wanted to keep it simple so Mina whipped up this super adorable Robot Juice Box Cover. I, however, made a mistake and picked up some juice POUCHES. *ahem* Whoops.
Good news! The Robot Juice Box Cover Printables design is multi-tasking and will tape up around the pouches just brilliantly. The kids loved them.
Robot birthday parties are tons of fun, but you don’t have to spend a hundred bucks on them. Keep it simple, shape everything around the theme, and the kids will still have a blast! If you are having fun, they will have fun, too.