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Learn how to make edible fairy wands the easy way. Whether you are having a fairy or a princess party, these wands are going to be the perfect party food.
The kids love them, they are quick and easy to make and they look amazing.
One of the great things about kids parties is the food. I am clearly a big kid at heart because I absolutely adore kids bite sized finger food.
What is it about a tiny teddy sitting in a milky way bar or a wafer covered with sprinkles that makes us go giddy over the food table?
Whatever it is, I know that it’s never just the children hovering over the party table wide eyed. There are plenty of adults too.
Of course we shouldn’t have to just limit these treats to just parties, because they are super fun to make with the kids at other times too.
So anytime you need an activity to keep the kids busy, making a party snack is always going to be a winner.
These fairy wands were made for my daughter’s Princess birthday party and of course we called them Princess wands. Do Princess’s have wands?
I’m not sure, but they looked great, the kids loved them and they were all eaten up, so who cares what they are called right?!
So whether you are holding a fairy party, a Princess party, or you simply want a fun treat to make with the kids, these wands are an awesome option.
With only 3 ingredients required, you can make something fun, something that doesn’t cost a lot AND something that the kids are going to love eating.
What more do you need to know?
Ingredients you will need to make your Princess or fairy wands
With a simple ingredients list, you are not going to have to trawl around the shops for long. In fact you may already have everything you need right in your pantry!
Edible Fairy Wands in 4 Easy Steps
I find the easiest way to stay organised whilst cooking with the kids is to lay everything out before you begin.
Have a bowl handy with the 100’s and 1000’s in, and then proceed to melt the chocolate.
Step 2. Place each wafer into the melted chocolate and cover the bottom. If you find it easier, you can use a small teaspoon to ensure the chocolate fills all the gaps.
Step 3: With a teaspoon, start covering the chocolate with the 100’s and 1000’s. I personally find it easier to spoon them on rather than place the chocolate into the bowl of sprinkles.
It’s the best way to ensure that you don’t end up with clumps of chocolate in your sprinkles bowl, which later just becomes a huge mess, not to mention a big waste.
Step 4: Lay the fairy wand onto the baking tray and leave to set.
That’s pretty much it. This is super easy right?
I have to say that the easiest party treats are often the best and this one certainly wont have you stressing in the kitchen.
In fact, why not let the kids make them whilst you go and do one of the other hundred and one things that need to be organised.
Now all you need to do is add them to the party table and watch to see whether it’s the kids or the adults that dive into them first. It could be a tough call!
Need some more recipe ideas? Check out our entire range of party food ideas that are perfect for the kids and adults too. There are plenty of homemade birthday cakes, cupcakes, cookies, chocolate popcorn and other delicious recipes that guests will all love.
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