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    Looking for suggestions for playgroup xmas party. There will be a sausage sizzle but also everyone is requested to bring a plate. It's at a park if that influences suggestions.

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    Cob loaf dip. My eyes light up whenever I see one of those at a party.

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    Vegetable sausage rolls. The one handed cook website has a good recipe.

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    Savoury or sweet or either?

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    Fruit platter or fruit kebabs.. Depending on age of kids

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    Speaking of Cobb loaf. I tried a asparagus, sweet corn and cream cheese one the other day. Fecking fantastic.

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    I made these last year for a Christmas party and they're cute and easy!
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/3072...a+hat+brownies

    Fruit platter/kebabs - you can cut the watermelon into star shapes or Christmas Trees.

    I saw some cute little reindeer cupcakes on another thread with pretzels as antlers.

    These are cute too
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2395...-baking-sweets

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Savoury or sweet or either?
    Either. Wasn't specified on the invite. Needs to be kid friendly though (0-5yrs)

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    Speaking of Cobb loaf. I tried a asparagus, sweet corn and cream cheese one the other day. Fecking fantastic.
    Sounds scrummy. Recipe please. Also how would you transport it?

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    I took a big plate of watermelon to a "do" last weekend and it was demolished within minutes of arriving, so I'd go easy and do fruit.

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