Celebrate the birthday of one of the most creative authors of our time with these adorable Dr. Seuss recipes!
10 Cute & Fun Dr. Seuss Recipes
Dr. Seuss is that magical creator whose work is loved by all generations and celebrations. Did anyone else receive multiple copies of “Oh the Places You’ll Go?” at your graduation? Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, was born on March 2, 1904. What better way to celebrate the birthday of this creative visionary than by sharing 10 cute and fun Dr. Seuss Recipes.
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Cat in the Hat Cookies – Built with bananas and strawberries, what a cute snack! These are perfect for the littlest Suess fans.
Green Eggs and Ham Deviled Eggs – Deep down inside, you kinda want to eat Green Eggs and Ham too, don’t you? In a box or on a house – I love this fun take on a Seuss classic tale.
One Fish Two Fish (and Jello) – Just like Dr. Seuss’s stories, JELL-O is full of fun and color! Add fun pop of color to your dessert with this One Fish Two Fish goodness.
The Lorax Nutter Butter Cookies – This super easy Dr. Seuss recipe is semi-homemade and starts with store-bought cookies making them easy to whip up! What a fun way to celebrate our lovable curmudgeon, the Lorax.
Healthy Lorax Snack – Would you like a healthier option for your Seuss celebration? Check out this “cutie.” Perfect for an after-school snack!
Thing 1 and Thing 2 Cupcakes – How fun is these guys straight from the Cat in the Hat! I’ve seen this party duo popping up at twin birthdays’ all over the country. Now you can bring them to yours – twins or not.
Oh, the Places You’ll Go Cupcakes – So we all got a copy of Oh! The Places You’ll Go as a graduation present at one point. These cupcakes remind me of the book exactly. What a fun idea!
And don’t forget to add some “Hop on Pop” popcorn (with our easy Homemade Caramel Corn recipe) and “One Fish Two Fish” multicolored Goldfish to your party table!
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