Even if you don't drink tea this teddy bear tea party can be a fun
theme dinner idea. Include in your invitation an invitation for a
teddy bear or stuffed friend to join the party.
Go ahead and wash those small play dishes and set the table with
them. Don't forget to use a fun drink and serve in tea cups and
serve fancy little sandwiches and mini size desserts.
Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum
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Dinner Party Centerpiece
Place a toy tea pot or a decorative tea pot in the center.
Or make a display of small teddy bears in the middle of the table.
Teddy Bear Cheese Biscuits
1 cup margarine, melted
1 cup shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
1 cup sour cream
2 cups flour
Add ingredients together in a mixer and blend well. Pat into a ball
and roll dough out flat. Cut out biscuits with teddy bear cookie
cutters or other shaped cookie cutters. Bake at 350 degrees for
15-20 minutes until golden brown.
A perfect appetizer, snack for this tea party, cat's
eyes. Just call them teddy bear eyes
Roll Up sandwiches
Roll a piece of WW bread thin with a rolling pin or use a
tortilla, spread with cream cheese or butter or peanut butter -
top with fresh fruit or veggies diced tiny or shredded or all
fruit spread or nuts/seeds crushed or anything your child likes
really - the variations are endless. Roll up and slice into
cinnamon roll type slices. Serve as part of a tea party.
egg beaten, brushing tops
Preheat oven to 375 F. Roll out pie dough and cut out circles with a
biscuit cutter or round cookie cutter. Add a spoonful of filling to
the middle, less is better. Insert a popsicle stick. Press
edges together with a fork sealing shut. Place on baking sheet. With
a pastry brush, brush beaten egg on top of each pie circle. Bake
until golden brown.
For added detail you can add cut out shapes to the front of your pop
Fruit Kabob Straws
Cut up fruit of choice, such as sliced bananas, watermelon or
melon balls, peach chunks, grapes, etc.
Thread your fruit onto a straw to form a kabob. You can use
toothpicks or long skewers if you'd rather.
by Tiari (New Zealand) You will need;
Short crust Pastry
different types of sauces* *optional
Preheat oven at 200 degrees Celsius (400F). Cut strips of pastry,
you can cut them as wide as you like or as narrow... .
Spread sauces* onto pastry, then sliced cheese. Put in the oven
until brown and crispy
Using the Teddy Bear Cake Pan
You can prepare a fun teddy bear cake by using a teddy
bear cake pan. First, prepare your cake batter. It is
suggested to use a pound cake recipe mixed with a cake mix. Grease
your bear cake pan and add clips along edges to seal. Place in on
a cookie sheet or large pan.
Add 6 cups of batter into your clipped together pan. Place baking
core inside and fill with batter.
Bake for about 45 minutes-1 hour. Allow to cool in pan for 15
minutes. Take off clips and remove top cover. After 30 minutes
take pan off the bear and allow to cool standing on a cooling
Add a crumb coat of frosting to your bear and allow to dry several