Top 10 Bumblebee Party Foods and Recipes

Having just finished watching a documentary on TV about the life of a bee, I have been inspired to write this post about bee shaped foods. There is loads of reason people would need these for various themed parties and besides, bumblebees are cute! And very tasty…


Top 10 Bumblebee Party Foods and Recipes


Bee summer snack
Bee summer snack

10 – Light and summery
www.canadianfamily.ca/food/cute-snack-idea-one-sweet-bee

Made from tortillas, apricot, pineapple, fruit leather and various other fruits these food art snack bees are a great way to make kids and adults smile alike.

Graham Cracker Pudding Cups
Graham Cracker Pudding Cups

9 – Pudding time at the hive!
thecookingdish.com/0716/graham-cracker-pudding-cups-recipe

More bee themed than bee shaped, but who cares about minor details when it looks this good! Made from Graham crackers, vanilla plus chocolate pudding then topped off with a helping of heavy whipping cream it is making me drool just trying it. Well if you fancy a little taste of bee themed paradise.

 Oreo ball bees
Oreo ball bees

8 – Buzz me when you’ve made some!
pinterest.com/pin/216876538277799685/

These are Oreo ball themed bees and covered in vanilla chocolate and almond slices for the wings. They look great and would have been placed much, much height in this top 10 if it wasn’t for the lack of a recipe or making guide.

Honey Bee Mines
Honey Bee Mines

7 – Will you BEE mine?
family.disney.com/recipes/honey-bee-mines

These bee themed valentine sweets are supposed to be given to your one true love, nut I think they are truly the bee’s knees and would make for a great snack at anyway.  Made with honey, peanut butter, and a strip of chocolate or two I love them. In fact, the only thing I do love more is the recipe and making guide in the link!

Marshmallow bee
Marshmallow bee

6 – Light and fluffy, just like a real one!
themarshmallowstudio.com/blog/2013/07/buzzy-bee-pop-tutorial

One thing that is in fact considered fairly healthy (or at the very least not fattening) is marshmallows! And so these marshmallow bumble bees not only put a smile on my face but also some warmth in my heart as I imagine eating them.

Bee Bento Box
Bee Bento Box

5 – Bee in a box!
www.bentomonsters.com/2012/07/bee-bento.html

What basically looks like the World’s greatest lunch box this bee themed snack pack it not only healthy but also a work of art!

Salted caramel chocolate bee
Salted caramel chocolate bee

4 – Chocolates from the hive
www.johnandkiras.com/product/Chocolate-Bees/easter-chocolates

This is an entire box of cool bee shaped caramel centred, bee shaped chocolates! Each and every bee has been carefully painted by hand with a paper-thin layer of yellow and black cocoa butter! I have just one more thing to say….Shut up and take my money!!!

Bumble bee cake pops
Bumble bee cake pops

3 – POP! Goes the bee.
uk.pinterest.com

With easy to follow instructions on how to make it these white bodied bumble bee cake pops they are a great idea for any summer themed party and it does have to be said that they are rather beautiful!

Bee Fruit Plate
Bee Fruit Plate

2 – Not so much a fruit fly, more a fruit bee!
www.360familynutrition.org/2013/05/fun-snack-creation-bee-fruit-plate.html

What I really liked about this one is that there are no complicated guides to follow, just arrange and cut the fruit pieces into the arrangement shown above! It would make for a rather nice summer treat for kids or bee loving adult.

Twinkie Bumble Bees
Twinkie Bumble Bees

1 –  Twinkie Bees!
www.hungryhappenings.com/2012/07/snack-cake-stingers-hostess-twinkie.html

Super cute, super creative and just about the most perfect shape for a bee you could ever hope for! And so this amazing Twinkie Bumble Bee from hungryhappenings.com gets my top spot.

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  4. Thank you eacnovak, and I always just post stuff that I like, or I laugh at, or maybe that I find interesting and just hope other people (like yourself) like them as well.

  5. The imagination you use to come up with and comment on your posts shows just how talented you are. I love the ideas you come up with. Never stop posting. 🙂

  6. So very cute! I am very sensitive to anything related to food but I was able to really just enjoy this post. Thank you! 😀

  7. You know I like your blog, but I will tell you “the truth” – I don’t like looking at food people mess around with too much. Cute, fun etc., but for me a cute food post one time a month would be plenty. People like freaky Friday kinds of things – or why not throw in a Friday post you like with something you select just because . Or would you please do some posts I am to lazy to do – top 10 “where are they now” – I love finding out someone famous or infamous is now a waitress or a dog trainer! Or why don’t I just mind my own business. But you said it yourself food isn’t working for you so don’t combine two food concept posts and expect a different result. Oh now I must go off and keep my opinion to myself. You really can do no wrong – onward!
    Elephant

  8. Bees are so gorgeous and hard working, but most of these bees don’t look hard to make. I am always astounded when I read your posts at how creative people are. I was given a cake pop baking tray for my birthday this year so I’m off now to look at the bee cake pops. Thanks Russell, you always put a smile on my face!

  9. These are rather sweet – can be taken any way you want – and certainly creative. I will admit to making sure I am as far away from bees as I can, I do not want to feel the business end of a stinger.

  10. If you want to read a mind-blowing nonfiction story about bees, see Some Thoughts on Mercy in July’s The Sun literary magazine. It’s enough to make you consider being a beekeeper.

  11. Mmmm…toss up between bee pops and salted caramel bees- leaning toward the latter. Wonder what Belushi would like? (A reference for SNL fans as old as I am…)

  12. Twinkie Bees, definitely. The other are great designs but I couldn’t eat them. But the twinkie, being an endangered species, need my support; I’d be all ove them even if they weren’t endangered.

  13. hahahahahahahaha – okay, you got me there, but still – how much time must it take to make all those cake pops and then decorate them? Or the lunch box? Or even the fruit shapes? All to have someone eat it in minutes?!?

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