Classic kids’ party food ideas
These old school favourites are some of the ultimate kids’ party food recipes. Whether you’re feeling like a retro treat or you’re planning a party with some classic bites, these recipes will fit the bill.
1. Chocolate crackles
Choose classic chocolate crackles or add some colour with smarties. Chocolate crackles are a winner no matter which you choose.
2. Rocky road
Marshmallows, glace cherries and caramel popcorn coated in chocolate. What’s not to love about a good Rocky Road Recipe? This classic treat can be made with white chocolate too, like in this White Chocolate & Raspberry Rocky Road recipe.
3. Honey joys
These little treats are so aptly named! Crunchy golden patty pans of joy, it's not a kids' party without a tray of Honey Joys. Complete your spread with a few of these snacks, try sprinkling them with hundreds and thousands for a colourful confetti look.
4. Hedgehog slice
You can’t go wrong with Hedgehog Slice: crumbly shortbread, chewy lollies and chocolate icing. Yum! This hedgehog slice has a touch of popping candy added in for a crackly surprise that’s super fun for the kids.
5. Candy bark
Candy bark is a classic treat and it’s so easy. The Copha gives the chocolate a nice shine without needing to temper it. This Popping Candy Bark has only three ingredients, one of them being a bit of rainbow coloured popping candy sprinkled over the top.
6. Birthday cake
This cake recipe covered in a rainbow of M&Ms is what birthday dreams are made of. Make this Rainbow Teacake with Vanilla Frosting and M&Ms in rainbow colours or theme it according to the birthday kids' favourite colours.
More kids' party recipes
Discover more kids' party recipes below!
Turn chocolate crackles into a triple layered slice! (Psst, this is a great idea if you don't have patty pans on hand!)
Make chocolate crackles with white chocolate then add the birthday kid's favourite colours for these fun, bite-sized treats.
Pure white frosting is almost impossible to achieve with other ingredients, try this recipe to get beautiful white frosting for cakes and cupcakes.
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Cute snowman dessert
Follow these tips and tricks to make this adorable snowman dessert for Christmas! This no-bake project is super fun for the kids, and the end result will thrill any white chocolate lovers.
Gourmet spins on the classic White Christmas recipe
Australians may celebrate the silly season in summer, but that doesn’t mean we have to give up the romantic notion of a White Christmas. It’s one of the reasons this popular dessert is seen on festive tables around the country. The other two? It’s delicious and easy to make.
Frozen desserts that start with a tub of ice cream
Save time and effort with these easy make-ahead frozen desserts! They're great for summer parties and Christmas celebrations.