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    Default Help - share your wheat free egg free nut free party foods

    My son would like to invite his friends to his birthday. This would be first time we have his friends from school (first year at school) and first time we are doing party with party food. His previous birthdays were with family friends, we had homemade dinner, which is easy to do with all his allergies. Now I have about 30 6-7 year old to feed. I would really like to offer food which he can eat. So far I am thinking of
    Glazed cocktail sausages
    Sticky chicken drumsticks
    Tuna and potato balls
    Corn chips

    Fruit kebabs
    Homemade cookies
    Jelly cups

    Cup cakes

    For parents
    Pumpkin soup
    same food as kids

    Please add your suggestions. I could not make normal sausage roll, sandwiches, pasties etc., as my wheat free baking is not that good. Would like to have few more options.

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    How about vegetable chips/wedges? Potato, sweet potato, carrot?

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    Mini meat balls
    Mini falafels
    Salmon rice balls
    Crab cakes
    Crumbed chicken tenders or fish fingers ( use rice or quinoa crumbs)
    Lettuce cups ( I usually do duck or prawn)
    Choc dip strawberries
    Any kind of meat/seafood skewer
    Guacamole or hummus dips with veggie sticks
    Popcorn cups
    Marshmallow sticks ( cover half marshmallow in icing ,add sprinkles and put it on a stick!)

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    I make a slice for parties that is really nice.

    It goes something along the lines of:

    3 cups of ricebubbles
    1 block white cooking chocolate.

    Melt chocolate, add to ricebubbles and set in a slice tray.

    Cover with homemade marshmallow (if you like, I can look my recipe up later - it's just sugar, gelatine and water)

    Cover in hundreds and thousands (are they wheat free?)

    ETA Mars bar slice should be okay too?? Melt 3 x mars bars, 3 tablespoons golden syrup, 3 tablespoons of butter together. Add to 3-4 cups of ricebubbles. Set in a slice tray. Cover in melted dark chocolate.

    Honey Joys
    Chocolate crackles
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post

    ETA Mars bar slice should be okay too?? Melt 3 x mars bars, 3 tablespoons golden syrup, 3 tablespoons of butter together. Add to 3-4 cups of ricebubbles. Set in a slice tray. Cover in melted dark chocolate.
    Unfortunately Mars bars contain egg.

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    Default Help - share your wheat free egg free nut free party foods

    The chocolate slice from the woman's weekly cookbooks holds up well to no egg or wheat...and it has no nuts....ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1466070269.281960.jpg I substitute rice flour, sometime some arrowroot flour as well, forgotton eggs b4 and it's been fine....( since I'm not egg free)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Unfortunately Mars bars contain egg.
    cr@p. I checked they were wheat free but didn't consider the egg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    How about vegetable chips/wedges? Potato, sweet potato, carrot?
    Thank you very much. Would be good to bake some chips. Any idea how to avoid them going soggy. Party is at a small community hall as we do not have enough space for winter party at home. Unfortunately, hall does not have oven. They do have a food warmer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Mini meat balls
    Mini falafels
    Salmon rice balls
    Crab cakes
    Crumbed chicken tenders or fish fingers ( use rice or quinoa crumbs)
    Lettuce cups ( I usually do duck or prawn)
    Choc dip strawberries
    Any kind of meat/seafood skewer
    Guacamole or hummus dips with veggie sticks
    Popcorn cups
    Marshmallow sticks ( cover half marshmallow in icing ,add sprinkles and put it on a stick!)
    Thank you. Can you please share your mini falafel recipe. I can make masala dal vada, but have not make falafel before. Will try it first to see how long it will take to fry. I am expecting about 30, 5-7 year old plus may be couple of younger siblings. Can I plan 2-3 for each kid? I really have no idea as this is my first time.
    I am making fish cutlet, so may be not a good a idea to have crumbed fish fingers.
    Will add pop corn cups, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    I make a slice for parties that is really nice.

    It goes something along the lines of:

    3 cups of ricebubbles
    1 block white cooking chocolate.

    Melt chocolate, add to ricebubbles and set in a slice tray.

    Cover with homemade marshmallow (if you like, I can look my recipe up later - it's just sugar, gelatine and water)

    Cover in hundreds and thousands (are they wheat free?)

    ETA Mars bar slice should be okay too?? Melt 3 x mars bars, 3 tablespoons golden syrup, 3 tablespoons of butter together. Add to 3-4 cups of ricebubbles. Set in a slice tray. Cover in melted dark chocolate.

    Honey Joys
    Chocolate crackles
    Thank you. I have homemade marshmallow recipe. So once the ricebubbles and chocolate mix settle, I can pour marshmallow mixture and let it set on top of ricebubbles? I have to check hundreds and thousand. It seems slice look beautiful even without them.
    Will include honey joys
    Thank you


 

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