I’m back! If you haven’t popped onto my Facebook page lately, you’re probably wondering where I’ve been. My 3 year old daughter and I both contracted that nasty flu that’s going around a couple of weeks ago, which them turned into pneumonia! You can imagine the fun we’ve been having with that, but we’re both on the mend now
Thank you for sticking around the blog while I’ve let it sleep – there’s years of great info on the archives so you’re bound to find something even when it’s quiet around here. Now back to blogging new things!
Whether it’s a special treat, or you’re looking for a cute theme for your next kid’s party, creating miniature versions of otherwise adult-size food can be alot of fun! It’s a great way to portion control and make sure no food goes to waste.
Creating bite sized food can be great for kid’s lunchboxes or family picnics, and most can be frozen to be thawed and eaten later down the track. Here are just a few of the yummy kid-sized, bite-sized miniature food treats I’ve found on the net –
one. Mini Quiche Recipe
two. Adorable Banana Split Bites – a great way to get bananas into your day
three. Emma’s Tiny Treats – Miniature ‘donuts’ made with cheerios!
four. Miniature Cheesecakes – okay, maybe this one is more for the mums and dads…
five. Homemade Donuts – you can buy a decent donut maker from any department store for under $20
six. Baked Mini Corn Dogs – I could never get through a whole Dagwood Dog at the Easter Show, so these mini ones are perfect
seven. Mini hot dogs – you probably don’t need a recipe for this one, but keep this one in mind for a quick snack or as party food for kids
eight. Mini pizza supremes – yum yum, who doesn’t like a little slice of pizza?
nine. Smile cake pops – very cute! You can get the kids to draw on the faces with an edible ink pen
Happy miniature food baking!