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Following on from the Christmas and New Years hangover I have a party to pull together for my, soon to be, three year old.

What are your favourite children's party foods and have they changed much from when you were a kid?

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I loved party eggs and pigs in blankets, and I still think they're great. Although I'm not keen on them now, I used to like mini sausage rolls, cocktail sausages, and mini pork pies. If I was at a party that was catering food, mini pizzas and fries were also very popular.

Prawn cocktail crisps, twiglets, and cakes by Mr Kipling were amongst my other favourites.
I like it when there's some savoury food instead of only sweets. Mini quiches, veggie sticks and dip, little sandwiches. I'm vegetarian so we don't do party pies and cheerios at our kids' parties. Sometimes little veggie samosas or spring rolls and mini filos and vegemite scrolls.

As far as sweet stuff goes, a fruit platter is nice. So are fairy bread, chocolate crackles, cupcakes and pikelets.
Peanut butter crackles.
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Fairy bread.


Cupcakes and fruit kebabs. And of course lollies, party pies and some chips.
Cupcakes.
100s and 1000s fairy bread
Chips
Lollies
Celery sticks
I love fairy bread, mini meat pies, mini sausage rolls and cupcakes. It's tempting to go overboard with sugary treats at kids parties, but I try to keep them to a minimum so as not to have twenty hyped up kids running around! There is always a cake or cupcakes, and the obligatory lolly bag.
I love fairy bread, mini meat pies, mini sausage rolls and cupcakes. It's tempting to go overboard with sugary treats at kids parties, but I try to keep them to a minimum so as not to have twenty hyped up kids running around! There is always a cake or cupcakes, and the obligatory lolly bag.
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Our daughters are grown up now, but theyíre favourite party foods, as I can remember were little Vegemite, cheese & peanut butter sandwiches,honey joys, fairy bread, & chocolate crackles. I always made the birthday cake from scratch, never out of a packet. I canít remember anything about what I ate at my birthday parties, even though Iím only in my late 60íís now!
anything chocolate, even tho I don't have any children
Home made sausage rolls, egg and lettuce sandwiches and chipolato sausages with tomato sauce washed down with cordial and home made cupcakes and slices.
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