Party ideas for teens
If your teen is having a party or sleepover we have plenty of ideas and tips for putting on a night to remember, just don’t forget to bulk-buy the earplugs....
Give your teen crowd a cocktail maker and let them shake it like a polaroid picture. Our fresh and fruity mocktail recipes will leave them feeling giddy without a hint of alcohol in sight. For extra wow-factor put some berries, sliced fruit or edible glitter into an ice cube tray and freeze. Serve with cocktail umbrellas, crushed ice and Morello cherries for full effect...Mojito mocktail
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DIY movie night bar
This is really simple to create but looks great and is sure to cause excitement. Put on a spread of paper ice cream pots filled with broken pieces of chocolate, jelly beans, mini marshmallows and M&M’s, then simply give each of your guests a paper bag filled with popcorn and let them get mixing and shaking. Or try one of these irresistible recipes below...S’mores dip
More movie treats
These beauties take a little more effort and need to be made in advance, but they're well worth the extra time... If you're feeling really kind then make (or buy!) the doughnuts and let the teens do the icing. Coconut iced doughnuts
The main feast
It might feel tempting to bulk-order the takeaway pizzas, but these crowd-sharing recipes are great for a budget and make a much more exciting alternative. They're super simple to put together and can all be made by the teens themselves. Plus, we don’t think you're ever too old to decorate your own pizza…Reggae reggae nachos
If your teen is hosting a sleepover and you’ve all survived, then send your crowd on their way with a fun breakfast buffet. We’re talking about homemade pop tarts, American blueberry pancakes, super-shakes, breakfast banana splits and bagel club sandwiches. Just make sure they have their bags packed first…
For more ideas for kids, check out our family section.
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What's your top tip for hosting a teenage sleepover? We'd love to hear from you below...