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Children’s Party Food


There are many different types of Children’s Party Food.

However, you will only need a few.

Your task is to choose a variety which will be suitable for your kind of party.

Some items you will be able to buy ready for serving.

Some you will prepare and/or bake.

Some you will be able to obtain ready cooked.

 

Various Foods

Mini rolls, sandwiches

Cheese

Cheese straws, mini cheese scones

Sausages, sausage rolls

Raw carrot, cucumber fingers and mayonnaise

Pancakes

Pasta

Pizza – cut it into small pieces, keep to plain tomato (paste not pieces) and cheese.

Chicken wings, mini chicken dippers

Popcorn – sweet and/or savoury

Potatoes – baked, new boiled, roasted, wedges

Mini hot dogs or burgers

Buns

Crackers, crisps

Gingerbread men

Shortbread

Cookies

Chocolate Rice Krispie cakes

Flapjack

Meringues – use food colouring to produce varied colours or maybe to match your chosen theme

Mini cup cakes

Fruit – grapes, strawberries, raisings, banana, apple

Ice creams – with cones, syrups, sprinkles – maybe individual prepacked or lollies, popsicles.

Mini fromage frais/yoghurt

Juice – choose light coloured (blackcurrant is a no-no) because it will be spilt by someone and you want drinks which won’t stain. Only half fill cups for the same reason.

Take care to have a variety of food but don’t go over the top. The children will be more interested in fun than the food.

You are welcome to write your own tips and advice, or some experience you've had with planning parties, the actual event, making cakes or costumes. In fact anything at all to do with parties that you can share on this website.
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