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    Quote Originally Posted by august View Post
    Does anyone know if Aldi stocks....

    1- 'rennet free' cheese
    2-Free range eggs
    3- Gelatine free yogurt
    4- Any vegetarian burgers or vegie mince??

    Also how much is Aldi bread and milk ?
    I dunno about Aldi, but you can easily get the non-animal rennet cheese from either Woolies or Coles in the homebrand version. I can't remember which is was... for some reason I'm thinking it was Coles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyThreeCubs View Post
    Does she eat the Orgran crackers? The animal biscuits etc? My DS loves on those unfortunately.......... (as snacks, lol.)
    No she can't have them they have something in them she can't have I can't remember what thought. I did look the other day when I went shopping. The wiggled also have some new food but it's all got things she can't have. Sucks big time!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I dunno about Aldi, but you can easily get the non-animal rennet cheese from either Woolies or Coles in the homebrand version. I can't remember which is was... for some reason I'm thinking it was Coles.
    I usually get the rennet free stuff from coles but i was wondering if its worth shopping at aldi to see if its cheaper and if i can get everything i need there bar vegies , cause id rather go to my local green grocer for better quality vegies.

    At the moment i shop first at NQR and get whats cheap then i go into get fresh next door to get cheap fruit.

    Then i drive to coles to get the rest.

    But with a 2yr old a 6yr old tagging along its not fun .

    I find the get fresh vegies are not very 'FRESH' at all they only last a couple of days and i need them to last all week.

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    Another school lunch box snack...
    COCOA BALLS

    2 packs of 'marie' biscuits
    2 small tine of sweet condensed milk
    2 tb of cocoa powder
    2 cups desicated coconut.

    -Put marie biscuits in a food processer until they are finely crushed, in a bowl mix crushed biscuits, condensed milk , cocoa powder and 1 CUP of the coconut.
    -Roll small balls and then roll them in the rest of the desicated coconut.
    -Put in the fridge to set and enjoy.

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    Another school snack ...
    SESAME BUBBLE NIBBLES - similar to an LCM bar.

    125 g butter
    1/2 raw sugar
    2tbs honey
    3 cups rice bubbles
    125g sesame seeds
    1/2 cup coconut

    - combine butter , sugar and honey in a saucepan, stir over low heat until sugar dissolves, then bring to the boil for 5 mins.
    - Remove from heat and add rice bubbles, sesame seeds and cocoa nut, mix well.
    - spread into a slice tin and bake for 4 MINS.
    -Cool and put in the fridge to set.
    - Cut into squares and enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by august View Post
    Another school lunch box snack...
    COCOA BALLS

    2 packs of 'marie' biscuits
    2 small tine of sweet condensed milk
    2 tb of cocoa powder
    2 cups desicated coconut.

    -Put marie biscuits in a food processer until they are finely crushed, in a bowl mix crushed biscuits, condensed milk , cocoa powder and 1 CUP of the coconut.
    -Roll small balls and then roll them in the rest of the desicated coconut.
    -Put in the fridge to set and enjoy.
    I love these, made them before and I think they lasted an hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahjong View Post
    I love these, made them before and I think they lasted an hour
    Ha ha , yeah they dont last long here thats why i do a double batch everytime.

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    Another idea for school lunches is to make a big RICE SALAD or PASTA SALAD and put them in little tubs for their lunch boxes.

    Other ideas...
    Mini pasties
    Mini sausage rolls
    Savoury muffins
    Sweet muffins
    Falafel balls
    Chopped celery, carrot , cheese and cherry tomato in a container
    Spring rolls
    Cold toasted cheese sangas
    Cold Slice of pizza
    Biscuits/cake
    Dried apricots and sultanas
    Plain popcorn
    Plain corn chips , buy a big bag and divide into smaller zip lock bags
    Rice crackers
    Corn thins or cruskits.
    Stick of kabana

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    OMG I am loving this thread SO MUCH. Thank you to everyone for sharing, I'm getting so many ideas. I feel bad because I don't really have anything worthwhile to share. Ummm, school lunches I buy a bag of puffed rice from the health food section and put some in a little container with dried cranberries. Cucumber & carrot sticks. Plain rice crackers, lots of different fruits & whatever sandwich he wants. We also love roasted broadbeans from the health food section, but they're kinda expensive as you can only get snack packs.

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    Mmmm...Just made Jam Drops - now to put them away for the weekend! That will be the real test!


 

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