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For my daughters 9th birthday she wanted a 'Masterchef' party. I had to make everything myself as there are no commercial party supplies. To save my sanity and for safety reasons I didn't ínclude any 'çooking' as such. The girls put on their hats and aprons upon arrival and guessed the lolly's in the jar, then it was onto making their lolly kebabs to take home, decorating cupcakes, having a break and something to eat then onto producing a dish with 6 ingredients, then a taste test knowledge game followed by the chocolate game which I played as child! finished off by birthday cake and taking home all their goodies. It was a great party and it went off without a hitch, I had fun putting it together and it was well worth the effort watching the girls enjoy themselves!

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Party Highlights

  • Activities / Games

    Making lolly kebabs, decorating cupcakes, taste test game, mystery challenge (creating a dish with 6 ingredients) and the chocolate game.

  • Budget

    $200

  • Party Favors

    Cookie cutters with recipe attached, crazy straw, chef hat and apron, their lolly kebabs that they made as well as their decorated cupcakes.

  • Best Moment

    Playing the chocolate game the noise levels went through the roof and the anticipating of rolling a 6 with the dice was exciting for the girls!

  • What People Ate

    Party Food

  • What People Drank

    Cool Drinks

  • Funniest Moment

    The taste test game, some funny faces pulled there!

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7 comments

  • Alanna T

    Alanna T wrote:

    How do you play the chocolate game?

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    Toni C wrote:

    Children make a circle. Block of chocolate goes in the middle on a plate/chopping board etc. you need a dice, first child rolls the dice if they roll a 6 then they must cut the chocolate with a knife and fork and eat it (only one block at a time) they continue until another 6 is rolled. the dice is passed around the circle and rolled by each child until another 6 is rolled then that child becomes the one in the middle cutting and eating. i hope that makes sense? it becomes very loud and exciting as the children try to roll a 6 and quite funny to watch!

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    Toni C wrote:

    actually looking back at the photos i put the chocolate on a little tray to prevent slipping and mess :)

  • Megan V

    Megan V wrote:

    Hey where can I get the invite from?

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    Toni C wrote:

    @Megan V I made the invitations.

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    Notgivingyou M wrote:

    Hi! How did you get the masterchef logo for your decorations?

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    Toni C wrote:

    @NOTGIVING YOU I hand painted them with fabric paint onto the chefs hats and aprons using a template I made up.

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