Party food for a 3 year old.

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:05:02

On Saturday We are hopefully having a picnic in our local park for my dds 3rd birthday. I don't really want to do sanwiches as with any luck it might be hot - any nice ideas that arn't too sticky/chocolaty?????????????????

Party is for about 10 friends + adults.

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:06:34

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:09:02

How are you feeling today? Better I hope x x

cazzybabs Sun 08-May-05 20:09:09

we did sandwhiches but cut them with biscuit cutters (annabel Karmel) - and everyone commented on them. crisps, fruits (watermelon slices, grapes, strawberries), biscuits, and drinks for the grown-ups. Ohh ice- cream!

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:09:57

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sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:10:52

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:12:22

Love the idea of having ice-cream, any ideas how long it would keep in a freezer bag?

MarsLady Sun 08-May-05 20:12:25

I love party food and now you've made me hungry lol

Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:13:41

Keep the ideas coming, I am making a list

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:16:32

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sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:18:46

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sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:28:57

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:31:21

Ohhhhh, thats a FAB idea

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:36:51

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:38:49

We were thinking of doing pizza as it is one of those things that is quite nice cold.

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:40:45

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:42:48

you sound like you have experience of this

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:44:56

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sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:47:34

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 20:49:01

We were worried about sandwhiches drying up a bit if it was hot (fingers crossed)

beansmum Sun 08-May-05 20:49:20

tortilla? the spanish(?) omlettey kind not the mexican kind. quite easy to make and yummy cold.

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 20:49:33

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 21:03:24

That souns nice, Do you make it like Omlette but with peppers and sausage in it?

sallystrawberry Sun 08-May-05 21:04:40

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Distel Sun 08-May-05 21:05:49

Thats a nice idea - make it in the holidays when she wont see her friends for a while.

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