80 Egg-citing Food Trivia Questions For Kids

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If you’re anything like us, you love learning new facts about food.

Whether it’s about your favorite ingredients or the history of popular dishes, cheese, ice cream, or chocolate, there’s always something new to learn in the world of food.

We as adults love learning about food, but so do the kids!

We’ve created a fun set of food trivia questions and answers perfect for the kids to enjoy! Whether they’re a fan of veggies or not, we hope they know a thing or two about them in order to get some of these questions right!

See how many of these food trivia questions your kids can answer correctly! Who knows, they may even learn something new. We sure hope they do!

Before we get started — we invite you to bookmark or save some of these other fun trivia quizzes for later! There is no end to the trivia madness!

Benefits Of Playing Trivia With Kids

Improved memory

Trivia games require kids to recall facts and information, which can help strengthen their memory skills. When kids play trivia games, they are presented with a wide range of information, from historical dates to scientific concepts, and they must remember these details in order to answer the questions correctly.

For example, a trivia question might ask, “What is the capital of Spain?” This question requires kids to recall the name of a city (Madrid) and associate it with a specific country. Even if they get it wrong this time around, they’ll be more likely to remember it for the future!

Increased knowledge

Trivia games can help kids learn new information about a variety of topics. By playing trivia games, kids can expand their knowledge of history, science, literature, and other subjects — they’ll likely learn about so MORE more things not covered in school!

Improved critical thinking

Trivia games can help kids develop their critical thinking skills by requiring them to analyze information and make connections between different pieces of knowledge.

For example, a trivia question might ask, “What is the smallest planet in our solar system?” This question requires kids to recall information about the planets and use that knowledge to identify the correct answer (Mercury).

Or, they might come across a tricky multiple-choice question and will be required to go through a process of elimination to get to the right answer!

Increased confidence

Trivia can help boost kids’ confidence by providing them with a sense of accomplishment and mastery when they answer questions correctly. When kids successfully answer a trivia question, they feel a sense of pride and accomplishment, which can help build their self-esteem.

Enhanced social skills

Trivia can be played with others, which can help kids develop their social skills by encouraging them to work together, communicate effectively, and practice good sportsmanship. When kids play trivia with others, they must learn to take turns, share information, and/or work together to answer questions if played in teams.

Quality time and bonding with parents/friends

This is perhaps our favorite on this list!

Playing trivia with your kids can help you build a stronger bond by providing a fun and engaging way to connect and share experiences. By playing trivia games together, you can learn more about each other’s interests, knowledge, and personality.

For example, you might discover that your child has a passion for science, or that they know more about pop culture than you do!

In addition to building a stronger bond, playing trivia with your kids can also help you create fun memories filled with laughter, excitement, and new learning. You gotta love that!

Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Warm-Up Round

What is a creamy spread made from crushed peanuts, often used in sandwiches?

Answer: Peanut Butter

Which dairy product is white, spreadable, and often used in bagels?

Answer: Cream Cheese

What type of food are Tater Tots made out of?

Answer: Potatoes

What is a cherry, a fruit, candy, or vegetable?

Answer: A fruit

What is a sweet and sticky substance that bees make from flower nectar?

Answer: Honey

What is a hot, comforting drink made from mixing powdered cocoa, sugar, and milk?

Answer: Hot Chocolate

Pork is the meat of which animal?

Answer: Pig

Beef is the meat of which animal?

Answer: Cow

What type of meat dish can you find most families eating on Thanksgiving Day?

Answer: Turkey

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Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Fruit Trivia

What is the color of a ripe banana?

Answer: Yellow

Which fruit is known for its red or green color and is often associated with a teacher’s gift?

Answer: Apple

What tiny fruit is known for being blue and is often eaten in pancakes or muffins?

Answer: Blueberry

Which fruit has a tough outer skin, a juicy interior, and comes in segments called wedges?

Answer: Orange

What fruit is shaped like a heart and has a smooth inside but tiny seeds on the outside?

Answer: Strawberry

What fruit is green on the outside, red on the inside, and has many seeds?

Answer: Watermelon

Which fruit is small, round, grows on a vine, and you can eat the skin?

Answer: Grapes

What is the fuzzy fruit with a large pit inside, and it’s often eaten fresh or in desserts?

Answer: Peach

“Cotton candy” is a type of what fruit?

Answer: Grape.

The “Cutie” brand of produce primarily features what miniature cousin of the orange?

Answer: Clementine.

What is the difference between jam and jelly?

Answer: Jam uses the actual fruit, whereas jelly uses fruit juice.

Which fruit was once so valuable in the 1700s that people rented them for parties?

Answer: Pineapples. Back then, pineapples were a sign of wealth. Prior to the 20th century, when pineapple plantations made the fruit widely available, pineapples were incredibly expensive imports to Europe (and most other places). In the 18th century, a single fruit bought in Britain could cost upwards of $8,000 in today’s money. 

What do lemons and limes taste like?

Answer: Sour

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Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Vegetable Trivia

What is a tomato – a fruit or vegetable?

Answer: A fruit.

Which vegetable is green, often used in salads, and comes in leaves?

Answer: Lettuce

What vegetable is known for making you cry when you cut it and comes in layers?

Answer: Onion

Which vegetable is green, looks like a tree, and is often used in stir-fries?

Answer: Broccoli

What is a red vegetable that is often used to make ketchup or spaghetti sauce?

Answer: Tomato

What vegetable is used to make pickles?

Answer: Cucumber

Which root vegetable is orange, can be mashed, and is a Thanksgiving favorite?

Answer: Sweet Potato

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Which vegetable is often used to make french fries and comes in a brown, yellow, or purple skin?

Answer: Potato

What green vegetable is often served with dipping ranch and has long, crunchy stalks?

Answer: Celery

Which vegetable is orange, has a pointy top, and is often associated with Halloween decorations?

Answer: Pumpkin

Which green vegetable is small, round, and often used in soups or fried rice?

Answer: Pea

What is the main ingredient in guacamole?

Answer: Avocado

Which vegetable is sauerkraut made from?

Answer: Cabbage

Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Dessert Trivia

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What is a frozen treat made from milk or fruit, and comes in flavors like vanilla, chocolate, cookies and cream, rainbow sherbert, and strawberry?

Answer: Ice Cream

Which dessert is made with layers of fluffy sponge and cream, often topped with fruit?

Answer: Cake

What sweet treat is made from sugar, flour, chocolate chips, and eggs, and is usually flat?

Answer: Cookie

Which dessert is a frozen fruit-flavored treat on a stick?

Answer: Popsicle

Who was freeze-dried ice cream originally created for?

Answer: NASA astronauts.

What is a round, sweet pastry with a hole in the middle, often glazed or sprinkled with sugar?

Answer: Donut

Which dessert is made from frozen fruit and is often blended into a smooth, icy drink?

Answer: Smoothie

Popcorn is made by popping kernels of what vegetable?

Answer: Popcorn

What is a soft, sweet bread roll often filled with cinnamon and sugar?

Answer: Cinnamon Roll

Which dessert is made from frozen water or ice and is topped with colorful syrups?

Answer: Snow Cone or shaved ice

The country that consumes the most ice cream is ____, followed by Australia then Norway.

Answer: The USA.

What is the most popular flavor of ice cream in the United States?

Answer: Vanilla.

Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Snacks and Candy

What is a crunchy snack made from potatoes and comes in various flavors like sour cream and onion or salt and vinegar?

Answer: Potato Chips

What is a sweet snack made from roasted marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers?

Answer: S’mores

Which snack often comes in twisted or knot shapes, and can be crunchy or soft?

Answer: Pretzel

Which animal-shaped candy is a sweet, chewy treat made from sugar and gelatin?

Answer: Gummy Bears

What kids’ snack, packaged in small boxes with Barnum & Bailey circus graphics, comes in 19 different shapes?

Answer: Animal Crackers.

What is the name of the Japanese snack food first sold in 1966 initially described as a “chocolate-covered biscuit stick?”

Answer: Pocky.

From what country does the crispy and salty seaweed snack originate?

Answer: Japan.

“Taste the rainbow” is the slogan of what candy brand?

Answer: Skittles.

“First they’re sour. Then they’re sweet.” is the slogan of what candy brand?

Answer: Sour Patch Kids.

Which kind of chocolate is healthiest–dark, milk, or white?

Answer: Dark; dark chocolate usually is the least processed, meaning it has the most antioxidant-like flavonoids, which may help lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

“The snack that smiles back” is the slogan of what snack?

Answer: Goldfish.

Red Vines is a popular brand of what type of candy?

Answer: Red licorice.

What are the components of a “PB&J sandwich”?

Answer: Peanut Butter and Jelly

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    Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Breakfast Trivia

    What is a breakfast food made from ground grains, often eaten with milk or yogurt?

    Answer: Cereal

    What is a circular breakfast food often served with syrup and butter?

    Answer: Pancake

    Introduced in 1962, Sonny the Cuckoo Bird is the mascot for what chocolaty General Mills cereal brand? 

    Answer: Cocoa Puffs.

    Which breakfast food is made from oats, often cooked with milk or water, and can have toppings like fruit or nuts?

    Answer: Oatmeal

    What is a breakfast item that can be cooked in various ways, such as scrambled, sunny-side up, or fried?

    Answer: Egg

    Which breakfast item is a round, bread item that is often topped with cream cheese?

    Answer: Bagel

    What is a baked breakfast item made from a mixture of flour, eggs, and milk, often filled with ingredients like blueberries or poppyseed?

    Answer: Muffin

    Which French-style breakfast item is a thin, flatbread often rolled up with sweet or savory fillings?

    Answer: Crepe

    What happens if you put old eggs in cold water?

    Answer: They float

    Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Beverage Trivia

    What is a cold, sweet drink made from ice cream and soda?

    Answer: Float

    Which beverage is made from squeezing oranges and is often served at breakfast?

    Answer: Orange Juice

    What is a warm, comforting drink made from steeping tea leaves in hot water?

    Answer: Tea

    Which beverage is bubbly, sweet, and comes in flavors like cola and lemon-lime?

    Answer: Soda (or pop)

    What is a creamy frozen beverage made from milk, ice cream, and flavored syrup, often blended?

    Answer: Milkshake

    Which drink is made from brewing roasted beans and can be served hot or cold? Adults love to drink it in the morning!

    Answer: Coffee

    Food Trivia Questions For Kids: Harder Questions

    What do you call a person who does not eat meat but eats fish?

    Answer: Pescatarian

    Rice is mainly composed of which macronutrient — fat, protein, or carbohydrate?

    Answer: Carbohydrate

    What type of meat can you usually find in sushi?

    Answer: Fish

    What do you call a person who doesn’t eat animal-based food?

    Answer: Vegan

    What is a dried plum called?

    Answer: Prune

    Which fruit has a hard outside, but on the inside there is water and ‘meat’ in it?

    Answer: Coconut. You’ll find coconut water and coconut meat inside!

    What type of food is referred to by the acronym ‘BLT’?

    Answer: Bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich

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      Elle Liang

      Elle is a travel blogger and entertainment publisher by day and a trivia fanatic by night. Her favorite hobbies include hiking mountains, traveling anywhere in the world, watching documentaries, playing bingo, and brushing up on world knowledge through games like Trivial Pursuit.

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