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    Default Sausage sizzle for bday party

    Dd is turning 7 next month and she is having a disco party and inviting her whole class. There should be between 25-30 kids coming and I was thinking of just doing a sausage sizzle for lunch at the party instead of 'party food'.

    I'm just worried that this might not be enough. What other food can I also offer. I don't think salads would really get eaten. Should I do other hot food too or just do a fruit platter and some potato chips? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated 😄

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    I think a sausage sizzle and fruit platter is a great idea! Maybe some chips also.

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    Sounds good!
    Sausage sizzle, chips and maybe some dips and a fruit platter. Potato salad is usually pretty popular by all ages if you wanted some form of salad.

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    I have done parties just like that.
    Nibbles than sausage sizzle and salad. Cake and a fruit platter for sweets.

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    fruit kebabs go really well at kids parties



    mostly kids are pretty happy with a sausage in bread

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    I don't think you need any other hot food apart from the sausage sizzle. I'd just do some chip and dip plates, a fruit platter and maybe some honey joys and chocolate crackles (but that's because I like eating them)

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    Thanks for the ideas! I was thinking chocolate crackles too purely because I love them! I've just been to sooo many kids parties and hardly anything gets eaten. And I didn't want everyone to end up with sore bellies after stuffing themselves then jumping around dancing after eating!


 

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