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    After reading this thread I googled 'easy lunchbox ideas' ...sooo many I hadnt thought of or just assumed were a bit too complicated to bother with, but are actually so simple. DS sat with me and chose a few things he'd like

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    Go London!!! There are heaps of easy stuff out there

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    DD had sushi (2 handrolls - 1 tuna and avo, 1 prawn and avo), a banana and a homemade baked donut (way less fatty than fried ones!).

    See here: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2035...amon+doughnuts

    Taste pretty much like normal donuts. Perhaps a little less soft.

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    Off to make cheese and vegetate scrolls! Thankyou! Do they freeze ok?

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    My kiddles start next week (WA) so tomorrow I am making and freezing:

    Chicken and vege sausage rolls
    Scotch Eggs
    Mini bacon and egg pies
    Museli Bars
    Pizza Scrolls
    Cheese corn and bacon muffins
    Chicken kebabs
    banana loaf
    banana muffins
    blueberry muffins

    I also have a basic biscuit recipe that makes 72 so I then divide it and make: White choc chip, choc chip, jam drops, sultana and cornflake, date and oat biscuits.
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    I was just having a look for some ideas as my DS starts school next term (not for a few months but I'm already nervous ), some great ideas!

    How do you keep the food cool? I can't remember if the school classrooms have fridges.. Would an ice pack in lunch box be enough?

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    There's no fridge here either Benji, but I put in an ice-brick and it's still partly frozen when it gets home, so I think it's fine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I was just having a look for some ideas as my DS starts school next term (not for a few months but I'm already nervous ), some great ideas!

    How do you keep the food cool? I can't remember if the school classrooms have fridges.. Would an ice pack in lunch box be enough?
    I put a frozen lunch box size ice brick on the bottom of their lunch bag and a frozen popper in between. Having no fridges for lunches sucks, especially in Queensland. I remember chucking many HOT ham sanga's away as a child.

    My kids often bring their popper home and it is usually cold still at 3.15 pm.

    a big insulated lunch bag is way better than the good old lunch box IMO

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    This is GREAT! I'm copied all the ideas and am now going to review! I may be back for some recipes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JabberJaw View Post
    I put a frozen lunch box size ice brick on the bottom of their lunch bag and a frozen popper in between. Having no fridges for lunches sucks, especially in Queensland. I remember chucking many HOT ham sanga's away as a child.

    My kids often bring their popper home and it is usually cold still at 3.15 pm.

    a big insulated lunch bag is way better than the good old lunch box IMO
    i used to hate my HOT devon and tomato sauce sangas


 

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