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  • Serves 24
  • Makes 24
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients

34 Comments

These┬áTiny Teddy Racers are always a huge hit for birthday parties. We sent these Tiny Teddy Racers to school for my son’s birthday instead of making a cake. It was simple and a big hit with all the children in his class. The teacher loved them too because she didn’t need to deal with cupcake wrappers and icing fingers! We doubled the ingredients to be sure no one missed out.


Ingredients (serves 24 | makes 24 )

  • 1 Packet/box Tiny Teddy biscuts
  • 1 bag Smarties
  • 1 bag Milky Way
  • 1 tub Chocolate icing (Pre-made)

Method

  1. Open all chocolates and Tiny Teddy's.
  2. Gently push a Tiny Teddy in to the middle of the Milky Way chocolate, just until it's feet disappear. If chocolate breaks apart slightly then gently squeeze it closed to help keep the TIny Teddy secure and in place.
  3. Warm the chocolate icing and using a syringe or spoon dab a little on to each Smartie then place two on each side of the Milky Way, to make 'wheels'

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  • Super cute for the kiddies! Perfect for parties

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  • Cute idea for a boys birthday party!

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  • I made these for my sons birthday it was delicious only problem was it got eaten faster then I could make them. Yum

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  • I’ve seen these before and think they are just so clever, simple, and kids will love them.

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  • So simple to make and they look adorable. What kids wouldn’t love them

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  • They look cute !

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  • Oh what a clever idea for birthday parties. You would be the best mum in town!
    Thanks so much for sharing

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  • Very clever and very cute.

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  • So cute! Any child would love these and so easy to make!

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  • They are fun to make, made them for my grand kids Halloween party, happy birthday to your son

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  • My little boys would go crazy for them, so cute!

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  • They are too cute to eat!

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  • Lovely recipe will love to try this they look great and would be a real crowd pleaser I’m sure!

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  • How cute are these? Im going to add this to my party food list :)

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  • I know these as going to be loved by a 3 y.o. who is a “rev head” – loves small cars and motor bikes.

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