Preparing a birthday party for children can cause stress. But not with this time schedule and 6 delicious and healthy recipes!
Perhaps you wonder why I give a wrap-up and timetable at the end of several theme days?
Because I use it myself when preparing for the photoshoot day. Because I always take a picture of as many dishes as I can to use for this post. So that means that everything must be ready in time. The dishes I put in the picture are all real. You could eat them right off this table (and we do ;-)).
From personal experience
But if I start early in the morning, when not prepared, then the ice is melting, while the cupcakes are still in the oven (and believe me that's what happened to me).
So, from that moment on, I write my preparations on a piece of paper, so I can fully concentrate on the shoot on the day of the photos.
Wrap up, time table and recipes
After six delicious recipes for a children's party, today's wrap-up schedule and recipes.
And I hope it takes out the nerves with you next time you host a party!
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6 recipes for a Kids birthday party
Time schedule Kids birthday party
1 week in advance
- Ice-cold drinks: Make the lemonade and ice cubes in the freezer in plastic bags or, very environmentally conscious, in ice cube trays.
- Homemade vanilla ice cream in a cookie basket:: Make vanilla ice cream and store it in a sealed plastic container in the freezer until use.
To 3 days in advance
- Icecream Cupcakes: Bake the cupcakes in the cones and store them in an airtight container at room temperature.
Up to 2 days in advance
- Homemade vanilla ice cream in a cookie basket: Prepare the cookie baskets. Store them in an airtight container until use.
- No-bake chocolate cake: Make the no-bake cake and store it, covered with plastic wrap, in the refrigerator until use.
One day before the party
- Ice-cold drinks: Push the ice cubes from the bag or out of the ice cube tray and put them loose in a freezer bag and place the bag in the freezer until use.
In the morning
- Ice cream cupcakes: Wash and cut the strawberries into small cubes. Store them in an airtight box in the refrigerator.
- Festive fruit salad bowls: Cut the oranges in half and hollow them out carefully. Keep the hollowed orange halves in plastic wrap at room temperature.
- Festive fruit bowls: Wash the fruit and mix them in a bowl. If you use fruits that brown then sprinkle with lemon juice or dip them in 7-up.
Just before serving
- Ice-cold drinks: Do the different types of lemonade ice cubes in a glass and fill it completely with water.
- Healthy treat: Hull the strawberries. Peel the bananas and roll them quickly through the lemon juice so they do not brown. Then stick the strawberry, a pancake, a piece of banana, a pancake, and a strawberry on a skewer. Repeat until all skewers are done.
- "Ice cream cupcakes: Whip the cream with the icing sugar until stiff. Put the cream in a pastry bag. Grab a cupcake cone and pipe whipped cream on it. Sprinkle with diced strawberries.
- Homemade vanilla ice cream in a cookie basket: put the boxes in front of you. Put one or two scoops of ice cream in the bowl. Garnish with red fruit.
- Festive fruit bowls: Put the orange halves in front of you and spoon them full of fruit salad.
- No-bake cake: Cut the cake into squares and serve.