Toddler Friendly Party Food

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My girl loves cake, and dessert and fruit and chocolate and mainly anything sweet.

For her Birthday Tea I wanted to go all out with the sweet table. I will still be serving sandwiches, crisps and other party food but where I really wanted to go to town was with toddler friendly birthday treats.
I didn’t want to attempt anything that would be too taxing. I wanted simple, tasty treats that were delicious but looked amazing too.
Cup cakes
Rosalie’s wonderful Auntie Lucy made these gorgeous cup cakes. They taste as delicious as they look too!

 

Crispy cakes
I wanted to make these chocolate dipped crispy cake bars after seeing them on pinterest. You can find the recipe I used here.

 

Sponge fingers

These are super simple to make but look so good. I was inspired by some similar treats on pinterest made with pink wafers. I decided to choose sponge fingers so they matched our yellow colour scheme.

Jelly

A Birthday Party wouldn’t be complete without Jelly. My Nana made the scrummy yellow jellies to match our sunshine theme.

 

Fruit wands
How cute do these look? Obviously when I saw these on Pinterest I knew I HAD to make them for Rosalie’s party. Ours were yellow themed of course, with grapes, pineapple and melon. I simply cut out my melon shapes and threaded the fruit on to the skewers.

 

Marshmallow pops
Again, how could I resist these marshmallow pops? They are basically giant marshmallows, dipped in white chocolate and covered in sprinkles. Simple yet they look so lovely.
Popcorn

We are all big pop corn fans in this house and they are so easy for kids to pick up and eat.

 

Rosalie’s Cake
Rosalie’s Cake was made by my Nana. It’s a simple sponge recipe with apricot jam and butter icing filling. I ordered the cake topper and 2 decorations from Clara Ivy. I am so pleased with how it turned out.

 

All these recipes are super easy to make. Rosalie even helped me make them which was such a fun thing to do togethee.

Will you be making any of these treats? What party food do you recommend for toddlers?

 

 

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10 Comments

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    Rebecca U
    24th August 2016 at 8:05 PM

    this party food looks fantastic! I love the marshmallow pop idea and the fruit wand – mega cute! hope it was a fab party x

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    Lauren Belle du Brighton
    24th August 2016 at 8:10 PM

    The crispy cakes look amazing, as do the fruit wands! Her cake is just gorgeous looking too!

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    Joanna Victoria -x
    24th August 2016 at 8:19 PM

    What a fab party food selection the fruit wands are a great idea.

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    Muslim Mummy
    24th August 2016 at 9:20 PM

    Oh wow these all look fantastic. Will have to try some of these

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    Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes
    25th August 2016 at 6:14 AM

    This looks like such a great toddler party! Great food selection.

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    Sabrina Jillah
    25th August 2016 at 10:54 AM

    Ahhhh that last photo is hilarious, what a sweetheart! Rosalie would definitely get on with Tyler, he LOVES cake. You've inspired me to do a sweet themed tea party for his next birthday now! xx

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    Janine Dolan
    25th August 2016 at 10:16 PM

    Wow you definitely went all out. Such a gorgeous setup. I love the different sweets.

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    The Warnock Years
    26th August 2016 at 8:29 PM

    Looks fab! I'm enjoying planning a little birthday tea for Brodie's 1st birthday. I'll try to take photos and do a post too! Hope she had a special day!

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    Kellie Kearney
    28th August 2016 at 9:17 AM

    Fabulous spread. Love the colours too. Must try the sponge fingers with the kids during the week, they'd love it x

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    Kellie Kearney
    28th August 2016 at 9:17 AM

    Fabulous spread. Love the colours too. Must try the sponge fingers with the kids during the week, they'd love it x

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