Kids like to party too and there are a lot of recipes to make sure they have something great to eat.
Simple, quick, chocolate and rice bubbles. Not only are these traditional treats kid heaven but they are also easy for them to make - as long as there's supervision around the hot copha.
Yummy little sausages in pastry. Great for kids parties or snacktime. You can easily adjust amounts as required. Serve with tomato sauce.
This is great for a kid's birthday party because it has multiple layers of jelly, each with a different flavour and colour. You can make it in a big pan or a glass bowl or in individual bowls. Kids love to help!
These are just like the ones you can buy and are as good or better. Very easy to make in the muffin tin.
This Kiwi treat is everywhere in NZ, made from malt biscuits and fruit puffs. Finding it in the Cook Islands or in Australia is a bit more tough.
These tasty wee tea cups are great for little girls and big girls too. A marshmallow on a biscuit with a lifesaver for the handle. What a neat teat.
Lamingtons are usually made with stale cake. This recipe uses fresh cake, so the trick is to freeze it then sauce the lamination when it is slightly frozen.
Malt biscuits, crushed then mixed with condensed milk and melted butter. All wrapped around chunks of Eskimo lollies and rolled in desiccated coconut.
Looking for some spooky Halloween themed entrees? These easy peasy mummy sausage rolls are wrapped up in slices of puff pastry to make them look like mummies.
This classic kiwi treat is always a favourite at kids parties. Bread and butter with 100's and 1000's. Who can resist fairy sandwiches? Not me.