Children's Tea Recipes

Children's Tea Recipes
Here are the directions:
Under your supervision, have children place their chosen cookie cutter over 1 slice of bread. (We use only 1 slice at a time) Have children press down to cut. Slowly pull piece of bread out of cutter to retain its shape.

Next, let children choose and spread on the condiment of choice. Repeat for as many sandwiches needed.

Serving suggestion:

Further the children’s experience by letting them set up a tea service tea tray (here we will use iced tea) Sugar, lemon wedges(mom cuts up), bowl of fun fruits to “float” or hang on side of glass(again mom cuts up) and long tea spoons and napkins.

Let children arrange sandwich tray as well! Let them set up a pattern array of sandwiches and provide garnish like pickle spears and black olives.

Very Fun!

For a quick dessert:

Filled Sandwich Cookies

What you will need: hand mixer, mixing bowl, dinner plate

2tbsp. of softened butter or margarine
3 tbsp. of milk
1 C of powdered sugar
1 pkg. of chocolate chips (about 2 ½ “diameter)

Optional: colorful decorative sprinkles.

Under your supervision and in the mixing bowl have children beat at a low setting, the butter/margarine and ½ of the powdered sugar. Now, beat in the milk and the remainder of powdered sugar.

Spread this mixture onto the chocolate chip cookies and top with another cookie. Set aside briefly. Get a dinner plate and fill plate with the sprinkles, simply then roll each stuffed cookie around the edges with sprinkles. Have children set the cookies on a wonderful tray, cover lightly with foil and refrigerate.

Iced Tea

There are many ways to make iced tea. For this recipe we will use the Refrigerator tea recipe.
Here’s what you need:
2qt pitcher
About 6-8 tea bags (your choice can use flavored teas)
2qt. cold water

Simply fill pitcher with cold water. Now add tea bags. Steep the tea and Refrigerate for 24 hours. Remove tea bags, garnish and drink!

*can use cold brew type tea bags.
This is the safest way besides full boiling to make iced tea.

Enjoy your impromptu lunch, dinner or tea party with your children

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