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Ten Party Games to play with Food

  Food Party Games for kids, tweens, teens and adults

10 Party Games that are played with Food!

These 10 fun party games are great for birthday parties, family gatherings, sleepovers or anytime!   Fun for ages 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 years old, kids, tweens, teens and adults.  

All of the games listed use an easy to find food item in order to play the game.

The games listed use these items:

Apples
Wrapped candies (starburst, kisses)
Doughnuts
Marshmallows
Sandwich cookies
Cheese balls

... so if you have any of these food items around the house you have all you need for lots of fun!


 1. Give every player a small cookie, like an Oreo, to place on their forehead.
Without using their hands, the players must get the cookie from their forehead into their mouths. Whoever can accomplish this within a minute wins!

2. Tie one apple to a string for each player and hang them from the ceiling so that it hits at the player’s mouths. Each player stands in front of their apple. On go, the players have to try and bite their apple with their mouth. The players can help each other, but they cannot use their hands!

 

3. Have all the players line up. Tie donuts onto a long string and hang so that each donut hits at the player’s mouth. The players must put their hands behind their backs and try to eat their donut using only their mouths.

 

4. Set up a Fear Factor type table using different food items. Blindfold the players and have them taste each food, then try to guess what it is they are eating.

 

5. Give each player one minute to see if they can balance five apples on their head for at least five seconds.

 

6. Divide the players into teams of two. Give one player on the team a small Dixie cup and the other player on the team a handful of small marshmallows. Have the players on the teams stand five feet apart, then see how many small marshmallows they can throw into the small cup. The team with the most marshmallows in the cup wins!

 

7. Divide the guests into two teams, then designate one person from each team to stand in the center of their team and put on swimming goggles. Take a roll of duct tape for each person and roll it onto their body, with the sticky side facing out. Give each team a bucket of cheese balls and have them stand two feet away from their designated person. When the game starts, the players should throw the cheese balls at the duct tape, trying to make the cheese balls stick. Whenever the cheese balls run out, the team with player who has the most cheese balls stuck onto them wins!

 

8. Give each player one uncooked piece of spaghetti and six pieces of uncooked penne pasta on top of a flat surface, such as a table. The players need to use the piece of spaghetti to pick up the pieces of penne pasta. The first player to pick up all six pieces wins.

 

9. Give each player a set of oven gloves and a bag of candy, such as Hershey’s kisses or starbursts. Give the players one minute to unwrap as many pieces of candy as they can while wearing the oven gloves. The player with the most unwrapped candy wins.

 

10. Have the players sit in a circle with a bowl of large marshmallows in the middle. The first player puts a marshmallow in his/her mouth and says ‘chubby bunny’, then passes the marshmallows to the next player. The game continues with players putting more marshmallows in their mouths and trying to say ‘chubby bunny’ until they cannot say ‘chubby bunny’ anymore or fit anymore marshmallows. The last player left wins.

 

 

 

 

 



   
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