cat in the hat dr seuss party food

Today we are sharing a tutorial, how to make Cat In The Hat Dr Seuss Party Treats. As you may have noticed we love to choose a book and find fun activity ideas based on stories we love.

We are huge fans of Dr Seuss and here is one fun Cat In The Hat themed treat for you to enjoy! We have a whole list of Dr Seuss books if you’d like to learn more about his books. Now onto the cat in the hat…..

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The Cat In The Hat Story

I really love the story Cat In The Hat by Dr Seuss. Dr Seuss has always been a favourite children’s author of mine and I love his nonsense and the way his words rhyme.

And sally and I 

did not know what to do.
so we had to shake hands
with Thing One and Thing Two.
we shook their two hands.
but our fish said, ‘no! no!
those Things should not be
in this house! make them go!
they should not be here
when your mother is not!
put them out! put them out!’
said the fish in the pot.

Here are the ingredients needed and instructions for creating your own Dr Seuss Cat In The Hat Treats.

Ingredients For This Dr Seuss Party Food Idea

How To Make Dr Seuss Party Treats

Take the white chocolate candy melts and put in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds, then stir. Continue to do this until discs are all melted.

Dip each cookie or Jaffa cake until fully coated. Lay the Jaffa Cakes or cookies on a lined baking tray.

Place one red gummy treat on top of each Jaffa cake or Cookie. Refrigerate for about 5 minutes.

Using the extra melted chocolate, put a dot of white chocolate on a candy disc and set on top of the red gummy treat on each Jaffa cake or cookie. Refrigerate for another 5 minutes.

Repeat these steps alternating between the red gummy sweets and white chocolate candy melts until each cookie has 2 candy discs and 3 red gummy’s, the third gummy being the top of the hat.

The final step is to enjoy your Cat In The Hat Treats.

These would be a great treat at a Dr Seuss themed party of fabulous to make as part of a family activity to extend your child’s interest in literacy.

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You may also enjoy the following Dr Seuss Day Food Ideas:

Dr Seuss Oh The Places You’ll Go Cupcakes

Dr Seuss The Lorax Cupcakes

How To Make Green Eggs and Ham

The Grinch Party Food

Truffula Tree Cupcakes

About Angela Milnes

Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.


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