Serving theme-specific party food is a fun way to celebrate at your Hawaiian luau party. For some tasty tiki treats, try some of these suggestions:

  • Serve tropical snacks such as macadamia nuts, coconut, and cashews in wooden bowls.
  • Make fresh fruit kabobs by alternating mango, pineapple, and banana on wooden skewers.
  • Make a sign that says “Tiki Bar” and hang it above the food table.
  • Make “luau punch” by mixing pineapple juice and 7-Up. Freeze pieces of tropical fruit in ice cubes and add them to the punch bowl.
  • Hollow out pineapple and coconut shells and use them as serving dishes.
  • Serve beverages in tiki cups with a drink umbrella and a silly straw.
  • Use flower cookie cutters or palm tree cookie cutters to slice cheese and lunchmeat. Serve them with crackers. You can also do this with watermelon for a delicious, fruity snack.
  • Make Banana-Strawberry Smoothies by blending 2 bananas, 2 cups fresh strawberries, 1 cup milk, and 1 cup frozen yogurt. If you’re looking for other tropical beverages that will take less time to make, consider virgin strawberry daiquiris and virgin pina coladas made from store-bought mixes.
  • Customize cupcakes to make it looks like a teddy bear’s day in paradise!
  • Use icing to decorate cookies so that they look like beach balls, palm trees, hibiscus flowers and more.
  • Make a luau party cake by surrounding a round cake with cupcakes to create a flower shape. Ice the center with yellow frosting and the cupcake petals with pink or lavender frosting.

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