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    Default Cold party foods

    I'm having a party on the 22nd, a combined 30th and 1st for DS and me. It'll be at a park so we're taking the food with us, and I'm wanting easy finger foods for a light lunch, that I can make the day before/morning of.



    It's s pink and blue theme so I'll make pink and blue fairy bread, and I'm also thinking of fairy bread, quiche cupcakes, pizza bread, a platter with cold meats, cheese, kabana, tomatoes, eggs etc. But then I'm stuck!

    Any ideas you can throw my way?

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    Default Re: Cold party foods

    Little boys? (****tail Frankfurt) um...that's all I have...

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    Default Re: Cold party foods

    Sandwiches
    Cob loaf with spinach dip
    fruit platter
    zucchini slice

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    BBQ chook cut up into manageable pieces?

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    Dolmades
    Turkish bread and dips, olives etc
    Stuffed peppers, stuffed capsicum
    Sandwiches
    Savoury muffins
    Pita wraps

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    Bacon and eggs - large muffin tray, circle some streaky bacon around the side, crack an egg into it and then bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes. They come out as a perfect circle of bacon and eggs goodness and are delicious cold.

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    Default Cold party foods

    Watermelon and blueberry kebobs or fruit salad cups
    Bruschetta (make the mix the night before) and serve as you so so it doesn't get yucky
    Caprese bites - baby mozzarella, basil, baby Roma on a toothpick drizzled with balsamic and olive oil
    Wonton cups - I normally fill with chicken and avocado salad or Waldorf salad
    Pinwheel wraps
    Zucchini slice
    Any croissant casserole pudding can but cubed and put onto toothpicks with a half a strawberry or blueberry
    Mini pretzels for dipping with cheese sauce or ranch dressing

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    Sushi
    Cups of popcorn for kids
    Pizza bread

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    Thanks everyone! Great ideas here, now I just need to know how many are coming

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