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The Langham, Melbourne invites Budding Bakers and Cooks to come to a Barbie Cooking and Baking High Tea during the September School Holidays

We are giving one lucky family (2 adults and 2 children) the chance to WIN a spot at the Barbie Cooking and Baking High Tea on Tuesday 25 September at 10am until 11.30am. The two adults will get Afternoon tea with Wedgwood and the 2 children will get the special  Barbie High Tea.

Calling on all cupcake obsessed, lick-the-bowl kitchen helpers and P plate bakers and chefs in training, on weekdays from Monday 24 September until Friday 12 October, The Langham, Melbourne’s Aria Lounge will host a Barbie Cooking and Baking high tea.

Children are encouraged to dress up in their favourite Barbie themed character and tuck into a three-tiered high tea stand brimming with a stack of strawberry churros, meringue rings, a Neapolitan cupcake, pizza muffins, corn fritter balls, ham and cheese sandwiches, cream cheese pinwheel sandwiches and high tea essentials including cucumber ribbon sandwiches and fluffy, fresh-out-of-oven buttermilk scones served with fresh cream and strawberry preserve.

Plus, children will also be presented with a golden pastry box with a freshly baked party pie and sausage roll.

The cost is $49.00 per child, which includes raspberry cordial and hot chocolate AND a take home Barbie doll.

Accompanying adults can enjoy Aria Lounge’s signature Wedgwood high tea for $59.00 including an espresso coffee, loose leaf Wedgwood tea and a glass of sparkling wine.

“As chefs, our pastry chefs and I have had fun coming up with dishes that we hope inspire children to get involved in cooking and baking. Teaming up with such an iconic brand such as Barbie has been fun and got us out of our comfort zone. If I’ve got one tip for the kids, it’s to save room for the pizza muffin,” commented The Langham, Melbourne’s Executive Chef, Deepak Mishra.

“I’ve also got a soft spot for the miniature churros with strawberry cream, the Langham pink meringue wreaths and of course, the chocolate-iced Barbie cupcake is cute too,” adds Mishra.

Barbie and The Langham, Melbourne have partnered together to nurture the limitless potential in every child and inspire them to believe that You Can Be Anything- including being a chef or a baker! Cooking and baking is two fantastic ways young children can channel their creativity and a great way for parents and kids to spend time together.

Bookings can be made by contacting ariabar.com.au or by calling 1800 641 107

Please note this competition is open from 5 September 2018 until 19 September 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. J. EvansVIC
  • My Daughter is barbie crazy she loves barbie and this would be a dream come true

  • Barbie High Tea would be a wonderful morn.
    Our best clothes we would adorn.
    Arriving at The Langham with our favourite Barbie,
    To have a High Tea party.
    The Langham, posh, yet comfortable.
    We’d sit with Barbie at our table.
    Sip and eat our delacies,
    With all the pretty embellishes.

  • We have two girls that have the dolls and outfits

  • I would love to take my daughter, my granddaughter and myself to The Barbie High Tea @The Langham as it would be our first ‘3 Generational’ outing we’ve ever had. And a perfect excuse for a mini holiday to Melbourne ????Plus how can I not mention we are absolute Cupcake fanatics whom absolutely love all things Barbie. ????????????????

  • My girl would love to do fun tea party things and I just dont have the skills to make the cakes myself. Would absolutely love to take her!

  • My daughter and I bake all the time together and she is 10 years old and has been baking since the age of 3 and fast becoming a great lil Baker. This experience will make our bond even more awesome

  • My 6 year old daughter loves Barbie so much – we have the Barbie cookbook, play house and so many Barbie dolls. She even takes them into the bath with her! Her favourite film is Barbie Dolphin Magic. It would make her year! ????

  • My daughter is obsessed with barbie and would die if she could go.

  • It’s my daughters birthday on the 25th and she loves baking and barbie! What a way to spend your 3rd birthday!

  • I have always wanted to give my children the experience of a high tea, and it would be something they’d just love. I love any opportunities where can try something new, and be open to possibilities.

  • love to win this and do something girly with my daughter and high tea would be such a treat

  • The Langham for Barbie High Tea,
    Would fill both my boy and girl with glee.
    Delicious treats to get the kids inspired,
    To come home and cook food equally admired.
    An indulgent school holiday treat,
    Special times with my kids just can’t be beat.

  • Big Barbie fans live at our house (including me!) and to experience a Barbie High Tea at The Langham would make us all tickled pink! What a treat for the holidays.

  • 3 daughters, all pink, all barbie lovers, all little ladies in the making. Such a lovely idea for an iconic lady at an iconic location in Melbourne overlooking an iconic river and city.

  • We would love to be together and enjoy something special. The love and closeness that we would like to experience more than anything and also I would like to see their happy faces.

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