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Spy Theme Party Food Ideas

Spy Theme Party Food Ideas #1: Martinis, of course. For children, you can use lemonade. Kool-aid also makes colorless flavors. Use green ball candy (jelly beans, gum drops, etc.) with a toothpick speared through them for olives!

Spy Theme Party Food Ideas #2: Turn a standard 9” round cake(s) into a bomb! Bake a cupcake (pealed from the wrapper) and place at one end of the cake (before frosted.) This will act as your ‘nose’ of the bomb, where the fuse would normally go. Now frost the simple round and cupcake (such that the two are attached seamlessly with the frosting) with a dark (black, if you dare…) frosting. On the cupcake portion, put the candles in a bundle, ready to be blown out. You can also write the words ‘Birthday Blast’ on the bomb. Since this cake is small, you can make several, making sure the one blowing out the candles will have to ‘diffuse’ several bombs. In a similar way, you can make bombs from individual cupcakes.

Spy Theme Party Food Ideas #3: Even if your cake doesn’t LOOK like a bomb, you can still turn it into one! Cut some electrical wire (with the colored rubber insulation) into varying sizes (10”-24”). For shaping, coil them around a rolling pin. Finally, insert the two ends of each wire into different parts of the cake. If you have one handy, place an alarm clock right in the middle of the wires (with one end of each wire stuck into the cake below the clock.) If you use different colors wires (the colors of the insulation) you could have the guest of honor cut the wire of your choice to diffuse the bomb cake (hand them a pair of wire cutters). This could also be worked into a game where the guests learn which wire they are to cut in order to make sure the bomb does not detonate.  

Spy Theme Party Food Ideas #4: Using piped frosting (from a tube) you can write a secret message on the cake. If you’ve created a code for the invitations or party itself, this would be a great time to incorporate it into a different part of the party. The message you write could read something like “Happy Birthday” or something more complicated such as a clue to a game you have planned later in the party.

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