Food for 3rd Birthday Party

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  1. choc

    choc Well-Known Member

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    I'm doing Aidan a (tiny) little birthday party next week and am looking for some thoughts on what food to do. So far I was thinking:
    ham sandwiches
    cream cheese sandwiches
    crisps
    cucumber sticks
    cherry tomatoes
    pizza.
    cup cakes.

    Anything else I need? What do you think of the sandwich fillings, do I need another variety? There is only going to be 4 kids by the way!
     
  2. seoj

    seoj Our family of four...

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    Plenty hun! Maybe even a bit much tbh ;) I'm having my LO's 2nd bday with around 20 people- kids/adults... and it's a brunch time so I'm doing pumpkin cupcakes w/creamcheese frosting, mini quiche, mini blueberry scones and fruit... just snacky finger foods ;) I'm making everything from scratch- so that was enough for me! haha
     
  3. rosie272

    rosie272 mum to charlie finn

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    Maybe a few fruits like strawberries and blueberries or pineapple lollipops? Breadsticks? Just stuff that's easy to eat. I wouldn't do loads as in my experience almost all of it goes to waste anyway. Have a good party :)
     
  4. lola_90

    lola_90 Well-Known Member

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    Yeh I would do some grapes and bluberries and maybe some ricecakes?
     
  5. choc

    choc Well-Known Member

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    Ah yes will do some fruit, thanks! Aidan loves strawberries and blueberries so I'll do some of them.
    I also thought of bread sticks and dips for the mums!
     
  6. rosie272

    rosie272 mum to charlie finn

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    I did strawberries dipped in milk and white chocolate last year :) they were lovely!
     
  7. slf2010

    slf2010 Well-Known Member

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    Carrot sticks are always good xx
     
  8. Murphy98

    Murphy98 Well-Known Member

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    I found some fun suggestions on pinterest by the by.

    I'm doing rainbow layered pudding cups, fruit on skewers, veggie tray, rolled lunch meat, cheese tray, buns, crackers, watermelon stars, some cookies in mason jars and homemade punch.....I think that's it aside from cake of course.
     
  9. baby25102011

    baby25102011 Stay Strong

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    I'm gona do some mini hotdogs on buns for my dd's 2nd :flower:
     
  10. Abigailly

    Abigailly Well-Known Member

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    What about doing some stuff that's a bit different?

    A few of our favourites are raspberries with chocolate drops in them. Mini caramel snack a jacks with peanut butter and banana on them. Chocolate dipped fruit. Marshmallow skewers.
     
  11. choc

    choc Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for all the ideas x
     

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