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SpongeBob Party Foods That’ll Take You to Bikini Bottom

Wish you lived in a pineapple under the sea? You can certainly pretend with these SpongeBob SquarePants-inspired foods. They're just the thing for a SpongeBob party or sleepover.

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Krabby PattyTaste of Home

Krabby Patty

Make SpongeBob’s signature sandwich with this open-face crab melt recipe.

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Krusty Krab Pizza

Krusty Krab Pizza

If you’re not feeling up to having Krabby Patties at your party, why not try the lesser-known Krusty Krab Pizza? Just don’t forget the drink.

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Homemade Fish Sticks

Whether you’re watching the Bubble Bowl or the Fry Cook Games, these classic fish sticks are an easy way to feed your guests at any viewing party.

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Sal-ad

It’s no secret that salads are all the rage with today’s youth, so if you want to “stay hip” and not be a “silly old Squidward,” put together this super simple tomato “sal-ad” the next time you have young people over.

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Air-Fryer PicklesTaste of Home

Air-Fryer Pickles

Don’t forget the pickles! Well, certainly don’t forget this crispy air-fried variety. (You might not want to hide these under your tongue, though.)

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Krab Cakes

If a Krabby Patty isn’t your style, try a crab cake instead. We won’t tell Mr. Krabs!

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Grandma's Cookies

Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies fresh from the oven? Especially when they’re from Grandma. Sit back, put on a sweater (with love in every stitch) and enjoy these cookies that taste just like the kind SpongeBob’s grandma would make.

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Weenie Hut Jr. Hot Dogs with Pineapple SalsaTaste of Home

Weenie Hut Jr. Hot Dogs with Pineapple Salsa

Not tough enough to get into the Salty Spittoon? Don’t worry: Weenie Hut Jr. would be more than happy to host your party, featuring these pineapple-topped hot dog sliders!

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Kelp ShakesTaste of Home

Kelp Shakes

When kelp shakes were popping up on every corner of Bikini Bottom, residents felt compelled to help themselves. Well, we don’t have real kelp shakes on land, but we do have these ginger-kale shakes to satisfy a green craving. (Don’t worry, you won’t turn into a fuzzy green monster.)

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Stuffed PB&J with Jellyfish Jelly

Stuffed PB&J with Jellyfish Jelly

Jellyfish Jelly is thought to make everything taste better—even Krabby Patties. We like regular jelly spread on this ooey-gooey stuffed PB&J sandwich.

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Swedish Barnacle BallsTaste of Home

Swedish Barnacle Balls

If you’re having a campfire at your party, you might prefer something savory to nosh on instead of marshmallows. Channel your inner Squidward and serve these classic Swedish Barnacle Balls. To avoid attracting a sea bear, learn how to properly assemble a cheese tray.

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Sponge CandyTaste of Home

Sponge Candy

Give a nod to SpongeBob himself with square sponge candies. We’ll show you how to make this treat step by step.

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3-Day 3-Potato SaladTaste of Home

3-Day 3-Potato Salad

While this three-potato salad might not take three days to make, it’s still a super simple and super tasty addition to your party spread.

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Seanut BrittleTaste of Home

Seanut Brittle

Dont worry, this Seanut Brittle isn’t a goof. It’s sweet, it’s salty and it’s 100% real.

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Krabby Patty CookiesTaste of Home

Krabby Patty Cookies

If Krabby Patties can come in many forms: pretty, in a can, smothered in Jellyfish Jelly. Why can’t they also be a cookie?

Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is an associate editor at Taste of Home where she gets to embrace her passion for baking. She pours this love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.

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