Kids grazing platter

Current rating: 5 (3 ratings)
Serves 10
Prep 30
Cook 30
Little bites for little hands make for a fun and festive party platter. Using a few different boards or trays mean everyone isn’t reaching for the same thing – but remember to keep extras in the kitchen to refill popular items!

Read our tips to styling the perfect grazing platter and for more delicious platter ideas take a look at our grazing platter recipe collection.

Description

Little bites for little hands make for a fun and festive party platter. Using a few different boards or trays mean everyone isn’t reaching for the same thing – but remember to keep extras in the kitchen to refill popular items!

Read our tips to styling the perfect grazing platter and for more delicious platter ideas take a look at our grazing platter recipe collection.
Prepared recipes Store-bought
  • plain popcorn (or create a trail mix with popcorn, choc chips and dried cranberries!)
  • yoghurt & granola cups
  • cucumber sushi
  • mixed fruit skewers
  • mandarin segments
  • berries
  • watermelon soldiers
  • dried apple rings
  • baby cucumbers
  • rainbow capsicum & sugar snap peas
  • hummus with broccoli trees
  • mini cupcakes or muffins
Optional extras
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  1. Select serving boards or platters to suit ingredients.
  2. Place larger items and prepared recipes on boards first, making them the focal point of your platter. 
  3. Add smaller items and bowls such as nuts and dips. 
  4. Add other small elements to fill in the gaps around the main plates. 
  5. To finish your platter add decorative flourishes such as fresh herbs or edible flowers.

Tips

  • Whenever possible work with odd numbers of similar items, such as three small bowls of dips.
  • When it comes to dishes, anything goes - from your Nan's old cake tin to ceramic ramekins or clean jars from the back of the cupboard!
  • Try popping chopped veggies on skewers or creating fruit shapes with cookie cutters.

Tips

  • Whenever possible work with odd numbers of similar items, such as three small bowls of dips.
  • When it comes to dishes, anything goes - from your Nan's old cake tin to ceramic ramekins or clean jars from the back of the cupboard!
  • Try popping chopped veggies on skewers or creating fruit shapes with cookie cutters.

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