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    Default Savoury plate to take to kindy

    Hi all, has anyone got any ideas on what to take for a savoury plate to kindy. It needs to be cold as I wont be able to heat anything up.

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    Sushi (with tuna, chicken, beef) a huge hit with ds class last thurs, cut up salad sticks and dip, cheese and vegimite scrolls.. Just a few ideas

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    It's not entirely savory but my mum used to make fruit skewers with a marshmallow every couple of fruit pieces along. Alternatively you could do cherry tomatoes, cheese, kabana or Devon, and a dried apricot or something?
    I thought they were great lol!

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    I think fruits on the sweet list and skewers are often not allowed at kindy (ohs apparetly what don't we baby proof :/)

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    Zucchini slice? Or make it in a muffin pan?

    A tray with cheese/carrot/celery/beans/peas/hommus ?

    We took some of the s ame in yes ty for our Christmas party for work.

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    Not really savory but what about alphabet pikelets?

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    Thanks guys. They all sound great and easy too.

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    Just have to share my mums delicious recipe for 'pesto twists' ...
    You get puff pastry and cover one sheet on one side in pesto, then sprinkle cheese on top. Get another sheet of pastry and put it over the first one squashing it down a bit so they stick together.
    Slice the pastry into 'fingers'. I cut it in half then however many you want to cut out of the halves.
    You twist the fingers by taking one end in each hand and twisting! (hence the name)
    Put on a pan in the oven until golden! They are always a big hit and take no time at all to cook. They are yummy cold too!

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    Zucchini slice or ham & veggie slice
    Mini quiches (done in muffin tray)
    Veggie sticks with dip/salsa
    Hard boiled eggs cut in half
    Sandwich triangles
    Little boys (frankfurts wrapped in cheese/bacon)
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    mini quiches

    an array of cut up sandwiches ( ham, cheese, chicken, vegemite, honey etc whatever you want to put on )


 

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