Party Snack Serving Tip for Germaphobes

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This holiday season help keep all your party guests happy AND healthy by saying goodbye to the communal bowl of popcorn (and germs) and hello to using paper cupcakes to serve loose snacks.

Step 1: Supplies

- 1-2 sizes of paper cupcake cups
- a variety of delicious loose party snacks:

  • popcorn
  • corn nuts
  • mixed nuts
  • trail mix
  • poppycock
  • pretzels
  • cookies
  • rice crackers
  • chocolate covered almonds / raisins
  • candy covered almonds
  • yogurt covered raisins
  • goldfish / cheddar bunnies
  • cheerios (for tiny ones)
  • spanish peanuts
  • Chex mix
  • berries
  • grapes
  • baby carrots
  • banana chips
  • M&Ms;
  • jelly bellys

**Share your favorite party snack in the comments section below!

Step 2: Fill 'em Up

Use the regular sized paper cups for larger snacks like popcorn, corn chips, and trail mix.

Use the mini cups for sweets and smaller snacks.

Step 3: Serve & Safely Enjoy

It's impossible to avoid cold season germs completely, but why not do what you can to protect your party guests while celebrating the great things about getting together!

Happiest & Healthiest of Holidays everyone!! :)

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    7 Comments

    Genius! My husband is a major germaphobe.

    This is such a clever little trick. I have oodles of random cupcake and candy papers left over from all sorts of baking and confectionery. This is a great way for me to use them up and keep peoples' yicky fingers outta my M&M's. Thank you!

    What a great idea. I might even take my own papers and select some goodies before the slobs get to them.

    I reckon this would work with hummus too, I do hate double dippers. This effectivekly makes duplex intinge phobia a think of the past!

    This idea is genius, it could stop the spread of viruses and bacteria.

    Cupcake papers save lives!

    Mouthwatering photos, too!

    Awesome! A way to use my cute cupcake holders I never seem to get around to using for cupcakes. Will be doing this at the next classroom party next week and all future get togethers!

    nice work!