Best Vegan Snacks For Enchanted Fairy Garden Party

So, you’re organizing an enchanted fairy garden party for your little one, but you’re struggling to come up with snack ideas.

While it would be easy to just buy a bunch of cupcakes from the store, it’s far more meaningful to make your own snacks that fit with the theme of the party. 

It’s a common misconception that you’ll struggle to make vegan snacks for a party.

Best Vegan Snacks For Enchanted Fairy Garden Party

However, we’ve compiled a list of the best vegan snacks for an enchanted fairy garden party for everyone to enjoy! These snacks are perfect for vegan households, kids with allergies to dairy or eggs, and even just to expand your baking skills. 

Let’s get started!

1. Vegan Sugar Cookies

Sugar cookies are one of the easiest ways to make cookies, and the best part is that you can make them as magical as you like to fit in with the fairy garden theme!

There’s something effortlessly elegant about sugar cookies, especially when they’re shaped like whimsical stars or moons. 

Plus, with the flavor simplicity of sugar cookies, you can add whatever toppings you like to suit the theme of the party. Think lots of edible glitter!

2. Flower Fairy Cakes

It’s not an enchanted fairy garden party without cakes! These vegan flower fairy cakes are perfect to serve at your little one’s magical party, thanks to the illusion that the cakes are going to fly away with the cake wings.

Not only this, but the cakes even taste magical, with a deliciously fluffy texture and tasty vegan buttercream frosting!

To make the cakes look adhesive in your themed party, make the colors of the frosting match the colors of the party decorations. Add lots of edible flowers and glitter to make them look effortlessly ethereal!

3. Vegan Rainbow Pancakes

If you’re looking for a last-minute snack to make with ingredients you probably already have available, check out these vegan rainbow pancakes.

Vegan pancakes are just as easy to make as regular pancakes, just with non-dairy milk and butter! 

The key to these pancakes is to turn them into a rainbow with various food coloring. You should also go wild with the toppings – think marshmallow fluff and sprinkles. 

4. Vegan Fruity Ice Lollies

If you’re hosting the enchanted fairy garden party in the middle of summer, what better way to cool down the guests and satiate their appetites than with ice lollies?

These vegan fruit ice lollies are made of only a handful ingredients, allowing you to experiment with whatever fruits you have available. 

The key is to make sure you prepare these a day in advance, otherwise they won’t be set properly! Also, for an extra sweet surprise, drizzle melted vegan chocolate over the lollies. 

5. Berry And Coconut Cream Cake

It’s not a party without a cake, especially if you’re celebrating someone’s birthday! So, why not go all out with the enchanted theme with a berry and coconut cream cake?

This cake is filled with flavor and a gorgeously fluffy texture, and is a perfect way to use up seasonal berries in summer. 

As with any snack, make sure to go overboard with the decorations. Cover the cake in edible (or non-edible) flowers to blow your guests away!

6. Vegan Caramel Corn

Popcorn is a great last-minute snack to bring together for a party, especially when the popcorn is flavored with a deliciously sweet topping like caramel.

For a satisfyingly crispy and moreish snack, this vegan caramel corn snack is really quick and easy to make just before a fairy garden party. 

To make the bowl of popcorn match the theme of the party, you can always add bits of colorful candy to the mix – just make sure the candy is vegan!

7. Mini Vegan Rainbow Ice Cream Cakes

If you’ve got a bit more time on your hands and you really want to impress your guests, check out this recipe. Ice cream cakes are delicious to make and eat, but these mini ones are a perfect bite-sized treat for a birthday party. 

Plus, the addition of pastel rainbow colors makes it ideal for a whimsical and magical fairy garden party! If you’ve never made them before, we recommend making a trial batch before the party, as they can be quite tricky to make. 

8. Pink And White Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

Another conveniently quick vegan snack to make for a party are chocolate covered strawberries.

What makes these strawberries even more special than regular chocolate dipped strawberries is that they are covered in pink and white chocolate. Perfect for a pink-themed fairy garden party!

This snack means you can go wild by covering the strawberries with sprinkles, glitter, and other edible decorations. Plus, it means the kids are technically eating one of their five-a-day!

9. Vegan Cake Pops

Cake pops are a great snack for an enchanted garden party, because the ball of cake on a stick is reminiscent of a fairy’s magic wand.

Of course, you don’t want the kids to wave the cake pop around, but it’s a fun snack nonetheless. 

The only downside is that you should be prepared to make several batches of this recipe, because they’re sure to be a hit. 

10. Vegan Hedgehog Donut

Enchanted fairy gardens are filled with charming woodland creatures. If you don’t have any real hedgehogs in your garden, you can always make these adorable vegan hedgehog donuts! 

These donuts are filled with a Nutella-based filling and decorated to look like a hedgehog family, which is a beautiful way to bring the woodland vibes to your party. 

11. Vegan Mushroom Meringues

Meringues are an easy and delicious snack for a party, and they’re even more perfect for a fairy garden party when they’re shaped like mushrooms! These mushroom-shaped meringues are charming and surprisingly easy to make. 

As it’s pretty common to find magical mushrooms in an enchanted fairy woodland area, it only makes sense to include them into your snacks. 


So, there you have it! There are tons of vegan snacks out there for a fairy garden party – the key is to be a little creative with the decorations.

Eve Mason
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