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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Vegetable sausage rolls. The one handed cook website has a good recipe.
    Sacrilege! Gotta go the meat snag rolls with tomato sauce!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Sacrilege! Gotta go the meat snag rolls with tomato sauce!
    Lol. I always assume someone else will bring the meat ones. And the cheerios (aka cocktail frankfurts). You can't have a bring a plate without cheerios!

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    or honey joys. super easy and super delicious.

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    Cheese and pickled onion on a cocktail stick, so 80s! Made them at dd bday and they were the first thing gone!

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    Ds has a kindy party next week where we have to take a plate so we are making sandwiches then using christmas shaped cutters to cut them up!

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    Watermelon. Will withstand the heat and not melt and kids love it. Not many people are allergic.

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    Like what others have said- watermelon, rockmelon and honeydew melon cut up into stars/love hearts or other shapes. Or if you search for 'watermelon christmas trees' there are some easy shapes to do

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    I am doing a fruit platter using cookie cutters to cut the melon into little shapes. I might do a few iced biscuits too

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    Plate of mini muffins..choc chip or blueberry.
    Crackers and dip.
    Pikelets with butter and jam.
    Cinnamon bun.
    Mini lamingtons
    Sushi rolls.
    Mini sushi wraps using flat bread cream cheese, avo, grated carrot etc cut into sushi size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    or honey joys. super easy and super delicious.
    Chocolate spiders (chocolate, butter, changs crunchy noodles, 5 minutes.....winning.)


 

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