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Kids Birthday Party Food Idea: Goldfish Jelly Cups

Now this idea is very clever for kids party food! I love the idea of floating the gold fish on the water or of course you could have the fish in the jelly so that the jelly sets around it – with a lot of caution that the children don’t try to eat the toy fish, that is if you decide to use a toy fish. Have fun with this one :-) (more…)

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Kids Birthday Cake Pompom Bunting Decoration

Sweet and with pastel tones, this number garland made by Design Improvised is covered with cute pompoms and it’s great for decoration every cake or cupcake. So simple to do, that we find it impossible to believe that the result is so and so attractive! (more…)

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Kids Party Food Idea: Stawberry Rose Buds

We all struggle with coming up with creative ways to entertain our kids for our Kids Birthday Parties! This birthday party strawberry rose buds are too cute not to incorporate into your children’s birthday celebrations. They can be presented as a bunch of roses in the middle of the food table and are just delicious! You have a choice of using white, dark or milk chocolate topping for variety. (more…)

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Kids Birthday Party Kiwi Chocolate Popsicles!

During Summer these yummy Kiwi Chocolate Popsicle’s are the perfect treat for your kids birthday party! I stumbled upon this recipe and could not wait to share it as a Kids Birthday Party Idea!

If you’re wondering how much fruit is really in these chilly snack bars, take a good look. It’s literally a slice of kiwifruit that has been dipped in a very thin, but crispy coating of chocolate and coconut oil. Thats it, easy! (more…)

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Pre-scooped Ice-Cream Paddle Pops | Kids Parties Ideas

This is a fantastic, quick and easy idea for your kids birthday party! Now that the warmer weather is in full swing, it is an absolute MUST at kids birthday parties :-) You can mix this up by using, nut free ice cream, dairy free, ice cream or what ever ice cream you can get in a large tub in the supermarket.

Pre-scoop your ice cream, insert a small wooden spoon, roll in sprinkles, refreeze. When it’s party time, it’s ready!

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Girls Birthday Parties Ideas | Girl Party Food Ideas

Princess Crown Cupcakes – for Girls Birthday Parties

Make these regal cupcakes to delight any little girl on her birthday.

Recipe for Princess crown cupcakes

For a princess who wants a perfect party cake, cook up princess crown cupcakes which will delight even the fussiest of little girls. Decorated with fondant icing, this recipe details clear decorating instructions to help any mum make an impressive cake. (more…)

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Cheeky Jelly Worms Kids Birthday Party Idea

Lets face it, kids love to be cheeky and us parents are happy for cheekiness if its all in good spirits and respectable. This fantastic Jelly Worms recipe is just what the kids need to spice up their fun quirky birthday party! It’s pretty funny watching at the girls reactions to these life like jelly worms, whereas they boys seem to take it to their advantage to gorse the girls out! (more…)

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M&Ms Peanut Butter and Pretzel Bananas for Kids Parties

Even been stuck on what food you will have for your kids birthday party? Well, this one is so easy to make and is a winner for the kids!

Grab a banana, cut it in half, stick a popsicle stick in the cut end, spread on peanut butter, sprinkle with M&Ms and pretzels, enjoy the giant smile on your child’s face when you hand them one. This one’s a hit for kids parties, they love them!

Thanks to The Sweet Spot for this fantastic kids birthday party food idea!

 

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