If your little ones have been inspired by Alice and the Mad Hatter, feed their imagination with a tea party straight out of Wonderland.
Alice's 'Drink Me' potion
Remember when Alice couldn't fit through the little door to get into the Queen of Hearts' garden because she was too big? She needed a sip of Drink Me Potion to help her shrink. Although we can't promise our strawberry and sparkling water version will have the same effect, it's sure does taste great!
Ready in: 5 minutes
Price per serving: 5p
- To make it, divide 100ml Asda No Added Sugar Strawberry Double Strength Squash evenly between 8 bottles or tall glasses.
- Top up with 1L sparkling water. Serve with drinking straws (optional).
'Eat me' fruit kebabs
Simple to make, even easier to eat and oh-so-delicious. These kebabs include raspberries, seedless grapes and kiwi fruit - they're the perfect pick for any kids' Alice in Wonderland-themed party.
Ready in: 10 minutes
Price per serving: 29p
- To make them, thread 150g raspberries, 100g black seedless grapes and 4 kiwi fruit, peeled and cut into chunks, on 8 wooden skewers, alternating them.
- Serve with the potion.
Inspired by Lewis Carroll's foul-tempered queen, who you really don't want to get on the wrong side of, these Queen of Hearts jelly tarts won't stick around for long!
Cherry tomato toadstools
Unlike in Lewis Carroll's much-loved classic, there's nothing dangerous about these cherry tomato and cheese toadstools!
Chess board sandwiches
Mix 'n' match sarnies? We're game if you are. We've filled our sandwiches with cucumber and cheese, and egg and cress. But you could always add in whatever fillings take your fancy.