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    We just made vanilla mini cupcakes, zucchini slice, and muesli slice. We have put aside enough for tomorrow and Tuesday, the muesli slice is in the biscuit container and the rest is in the freezer with the pikelets. I plan on stocking the freezer quite well, hopefully enough to do a whole term in the next week or so!

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    Wow.....your kids are the type of kids my DS would be trying to swap his jam sandwich with hahaha Thanks for these awesome ideas! DS starts year 1 on the 2nd (WA) so I can get a bit more creative with his lunchbox.

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    This pay I will be buying the ingredients to make spinach mini muffins, more zucchini slice (definate favourite for DD!), apricot and sultana slice, and banana bread. We'll do baking again on the weekend. DD also wants to make biscuits, so we'll need to decide what type of biscuits to make and can make those too. They keep for a good couple of weeks without freezing, just in an airtight container in the pantry.

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    i never made zucchini slice!!!! thats a must do!

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    How do you make cheese and vegemite scrolls? Sounds great!

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    My kids are taking zucchini slice tommorrow, they love it also.

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    veggie sticks and dip
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~CupCakes~ View Post
    i never made zucchini slice!!!! thats a must do!
    My shoulder is stuffed, so grating is really hard. Poor DD doesn't get it quite as much as she'd like to and I can't make double batches of it because the shoulder is killing me after grating 2 zucchinis, 1 carrot and a block of cheese, cannot possibly do more than that. DD can't use the grater either, her co-ordination is really bad and she took skin off really badly on her fingers when I did let her try a couple of months ago, still feeling bad for that! But otherwise, apart from the stuffed shoulder, it's really easy to make and really yummy too!

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    4 sheets puff pastry, thawed
    1/4 cup Vegemite
    3 cups grated tasty cheese
    1 egg, beaten


    oven to 220°C. Line 3 baking trays with baking paper. Place pastry, 1 sheet at a time, onto a chopping board. Spread Vegemite over pastry. Sprinkle cheese over Vegemite.
    Starting from the edge nearest you, roll up pastry, 1 sheet at a time. Be careful not to roll the pastry sheets too tight.
    Cut each roll into 12 equal portions. An easy way to do this is to cut each roll into quarters, then cut each quarter in 3. Brush pastry scroll tops with beaten egg.
    Place scrolls, cut-side up, onto baking trays, allowing room for spreading. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until pastry is golden and cheese is melted. Allow to cool for 5 minutes on trays before transferring to a wire rack.

    it makes heaps and is yummy

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