We're having a small family gathering for Bea's first birthday next Sat but I'm not sure what food to do! It doesn't start till 2pm so people will have eaten lunch so it's only nibbles. Any suggestions? What did you guys do? Thanks!
im doing a tea for my LO so ppl will be coming round about 3ish so im cooking LO's favourite tea she loves mummys spag bol so thats what we are all having i dont think LO would appreciate a buffet style tea so im going to save things like that for when shes older and would appreciate it! She is going to have one massive birthday cake too though!!!! x
Started thinking about this last week! Sandwiches cut into shapes (dd's favourite treat sandwich is Philadelphia with a bit of raspberry jam so there'll be one or two of those in there). Fruit skewers, with a couple on straws instead of sticks so dd can join in. Cucumber dippers & hummous. Mozzarella balls & cherry tomatoes (on toothpicks - will take them off for dd). Homemade oat & raisin cookies. Pizza bites. Big pasta salad to dig into.
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