Fairy cooking

Cooking is a great way to keep the children interested and participating in party activities.This is a great way for children to socialize in a comfortable and fun environment! When kids cook food for themselves, they are more likely to eat it, so the food should be as healthy as possible with the exception of our yummy cupcake recipe! Other great fairy treats include:
Fruit salad

Minimum 800 grams of mixed, chopped fruit

Fairy Fruit punch

Apple raspberry fruit drink served in fountain punch bowl.  Liquid flows over each level, accentuated by lighting from within

Pixie Dust Fairy Bread
Lightly toast bread, spread Nuttella, melted and to finish it off sprinkle each toast with colorful sparkly sugars

Cream cheese and strawberry jam sandwiches
Try cutting them into shapes!

Heart and Star Pizza
If your making homemade pizzas, you can cut the dough into these shapes!

Little Toadstools
 Take peeled hard-boiled eggs, cut a little bit off of each of the bottoms of each egg, so they can stand. Place on a plate. Then, cut cherry tomatoes in half and put a half on each tip of each egg . Take some cheese and put it on the top! you can also use vegetables as grass and there you go...toadstools!

Fairy cupcakes:


 3 eggs
2 tsp. anise seed or a few drops of anise oil
1 1/2 c. flour or enough to make it stiff enough to drop from spoon

Beat eggs and sugar until very light, about 20 minutes. Add anise seed or oil. Add flour enough to make stiff enough to drop from spoon. Drop in teaspoonfuls on greased tin. Let stand for 3 hours or overnight. Bake in moderate oven. Sugar should come out and look like frosting. (This is said to be the work of fairies!)