Hosting a Fairy Tea
A fun plan for a youngster's special event is a tea party with a fairy theme. This guide contains tips and recipes about hosting a fairy tea
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This is the drink of the Fae. While you are serving it to human wee folk, make sure to use a small clean cup.
Total Time: couple of minutes
Yield: This is for 1 -2 servings
Source: My Files
- 1 1/2 cup milk
- 1/8 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 tsp honey
- Line up the cups that you are going to use.
- Warm milk. Do not boil!
- To each cup, add milk, honey and vanilla.
- Sprinkle tops with cinnamon.
Not only fairies, but birds love this too. Use it as a decoration for your Fairy Tea.
Total Time: 30 minutes or so
Yield: make as many a you want
Source: My files
- closed-backed heart shaped cookie cutter
- sunflower seeds
- cracked corn
- wild berries
- peanut butter
- fine-gauge wire
- wire cutters
- Arrange seeds and nuts in a cookie cutter
- Pack with peanut butter.
- Repeat on top.
- Freeze shape until hard.
- Cut a 3 inch length of wire and fold in half.
- Push ends into top of shape to make a hanger.
- Thread a length of ribbon through wire, tie ends together.
- Hang heart where faeries will be sure to see it!
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Every child loves the Fae! This is great to use when you play Fairy Tea Party!
Total Time: Couple of minutes
Yield: Depends on serving size!
Source: My Files
- yolks of 2 hard boiled eggs
- 1 cup white sugar
- 2 Tbsp orange juice
- 2 sticks unsalted butter
- Put everything in a medium sized bowl.
- Beat well.
- Place small mounds on plates.
- Serve with hot muffins.