Filling Food for a Survivor Theme Party

Hawaiian Table AccessoriesThe contestants on Survivor may not be able to eat a feast, but that doesn’t mean your Survivor party guests can’t!

How about barbeque chicken and some wild pig to make it authentic? A pig roast would also go well with this theme.

The most obvious side dish for your feast would have to be a big pot of rice! It goes with about everything and it’s inexpensive and easy to make!

Fill pineapple boats (slice fresh pineapple in half and cut out the inside of the fruit) with tuna or chicken salad. Even salads purchased from the deli counter look extra-special when presented this way. If you are making your own, be creative and add mandarin oranges, grapes, and slivered almonds or walnuts for a truly tropical experience.

Using a fresh pineapple, slice a thin piece off the bottom so that the pineapple stands level on a plate. Skewer various pieces of bite-sized fruit (watermelon chunks or balls, grapes, pineapple pieces, strawberries, etc.) on wooden shish-ka-bob sticks or long toothpicks. Stick evenly spaced skewers into the pineapple.

Turn a Beachcomber Hat upside-down, line it with plastic wrap, and use it as a serving dish for chips, pretzels, crackers or other “dry” food.

Fill a large tub with ice and serve cold drinks of your choice from it. Tie a raffia table skirt to the top edge of the tub and scatter a few silk or real flowers among the beverages.

Fill clam shell bowls with a variety of tropical fruits, Hawaiian trail mix or even drinks on ice!

What would a Survivor celebration be without cocunut? Fill up our coconut cups with some cut up fresh cocunut and have your guests go wild about your creativity.

Fill an inflatable palm tree cooler with ice and your favorite bottled or canned beverages. The cooler is both functional and decorative!

For desert, try coconut or banana cream pie.

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