This morning, Pj stayed home sick from work and I tried to keep the kids busy and quiet so he could rest. We went out to pick up a few things for an Alice in Wonderland tea party, just the three of us.
We made "Queen of Hearts Tarts" which is home made strawberry jam thumbprint cookies. The kids love to bake and thumbprints are a great cookie to make year round. I used this recipe from Simply Recipes, without the nuts.
My grandma gave me this tea set when I was pregnant with Olivia. It had been packed up with my wedding china since we moved in two years ago! This morning, it popped into my head and I thought "I hope I still have that set!!"
queen of heart's strawberry tarts
swiss cheese white rabbits
cheshire cat sandwiches (swiss and ham on wheat)
drink me drinks
greek yogurt with heart sprinkles
*I get all of my cute food cutters and things locally or from Modes4U and Bento USA*
next time, I think we'll do some bread and butterflies, cucumber caterpillars and some sort of mushroom on toast snack
My kids don't eat grilled cheese sandwhiches but when presented with such a fancy lunch and re-named "toasties", they each ate two.
Off with his head!!
Rhys loved the chessman cookies, except for the "lightbulb" ones-haha!
I made some printables that you can download and print for your own Wonderland party. Cut these out and use a glue stick to attach to skewers, cocktail picks or toothpicks. Download the printables from Dropbox
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