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3 year old party finger food
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Posted 19 July 2009 - 05:24 PM
I having finger food party for my 3 year old it is at lunch time.
I need some ideas of what food I should have at the party.
Posted 19 July 2009 - 05:45 PM
Mini hot dogs
party pies & party sausage rolls
cheese cabanossi bics and dip (cheese platter)
bread cob with spinach dip
salads etc pasta coleslaw etc
Also i know its not finger food but i also do
potato bake etc
Posted 19 July 2009 - 05:50 PM
- Fairy bread
- Chocolate crackles (I make mine with jsut melted dark chocolate and rice bubbles - NO copha)
- Paddle pop sticks with alternate fresh strawberries and large marshmallows - always a great success
- Little cupcakes
- Iced Arrworoot biscuits and hundreds and thousands (or balls etc)....Just make a thick paste with icing sugar and a few drops of water
- Homemade sausage rolls (I bought a pack for DD's birthday yesterday and nearly DIED when I read the chemical lesson in the ingredients list!!!!)
- Bread slices placed in a cupcake tray and then filled with eggs and diced ham! Bake in oven
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