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Bluedots Thu 01-May-14 23:02:53

Hi, just wanted some Thoughts/ideas. Have chosen to do pizzas for DD 4th birthday party. What else can I do with that? It's at a village hall with kitchen facilities but no oven/grill. Should I do sandwiches too?
Thank you

notadoctor Thu 01-May-14 23:56:57

With pizza, I would do some nice salads - including potato salad and a couple of pasta salads - and some carrot sticks/ cucumber stocks/ pitta breads with a few different dips. - hummus etc. I think you just need a couple of substantial savoury options for any kids who aren't into pizza. Have a lovely party!!

Bluedots Fri 02-May-14 08:36:51

Thank you. Do you think sandwiches would be ok instead of a pasta? What if I had pizza , potato wedges, carrot and cucumber sticks and 1 other thing, would sandwiches go? Followed by cake. Any other suggestions?

notadoctor Fri 02-May-14 08:55:24

Sandwiches go with anything at a party! And potato wedges are always popular.

TeeBee Fri 02-May-14 09:03:02

4 year olds won't each much, they will be keen to run off and play. At that age I did boiled egg halves, cheese straws, fruit kebabs, sticks of cucumber and carrot and pizza. How about some jelly? No one does jelly any more. Awwww, used to love holding little parties when mine were tiny. Enjoy.

Nocomet Fri 02-May-14 09:07:01

Pizza and something sweet to follow. Four year olds will ignore everything else.

Bluedots Fri 02-May-14 10:13:45

I thought pizza and wedges and carrot sticks, crisps etc ok . With cake. But DH thinks need something else too and what if some don't eat pizza. Pasta would be ideal but not sure. 50 kids coming. Feel can't make few sandwiches or little pasta for those who don't eat pizza need to offer all, but then not much pizza eaten so lots wastage as would need 50 kids worth of pizza too. I thought if only offer pizza as main no choice so have to eat. Assuming most will like pizza. Should I do sandwiches anyway?

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