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Perfect kids' party food

Need some inspiration for your next kids' party? We've got all the favourites that will help make hosting a bunch of small people a breeze. The kids will love our pizza faces, mini toffees and butterfly cakes. There are even a few healthier options like our sushi sandwiches, fruit kebab dippers and fruity icy poles. But don't worry, we haven't forgotten the fairy bread!

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    Recreate this classic Australian treat with a light and fluffy cake, chocolate and coconut flakes.

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    Chocolate and sultana crackles

    These chocolate and sultana crackles are one way to sneak a little bit of fruit and fibre into unsuspecting kids at a party. Happily, they're so delicious you're bound to get away with it.

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    Honey joys

    Sweet honey meets crunchy cornflakes in this classic afternoon treat.

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    Teddy bear biscuits

    The kids will love these delightful teddy bear biscuits. You can experiment with different coloured smarties to have a variety of coloured noses, if you like.

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    Glazed caramel doughnuts

    Serve up these delightful glazed doughnuts at your next kids' party. They are easier to make than you might think.

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    Caramel popcorn

    There's no need to take a trip to the cinema to enjoy this classic favourite movie snack.

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    Sugar-free coconut ice

    These festive goodies are so delicious and healthy there's no need to hold back. And they're gluten-free and dairy-free too.

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    Tuna sushi sandwiches

    These delicious tuna sushi style sandwiches are perfect for a kids' lunchbox or light snack with drinks.

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    Double chocolate freckles

    These fun and easy to make biscuits are great for kid's lunch boxes, after school snacks or parties.

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    Rich chocolate cupcakes

    If you want to be a little bit fancy, put the chocolate ganache in a piping bag and pipe in a spiral from the centre of the cupcakes out. Finish with a dusting of cocoa powder or silver leaf if you like.

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