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    I wish my DD would eat half of that stuff. Usually her lunch box consists of either a honey sandwich or tuna and crackers and a piece of fruit (banana, strawberries or apple), snacks are either home made piklets, mini muffin, slice or muesli bar and a jelly stick.

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    What's a jelly stick? I often put in biscuits, muffins, slices, pikelets and other things but she generally has them for afternoon tea. We do baking on a sunday and make a few different things to use for lunches or afternoon tea or to have if people come for coffee.

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    I wish that could be my food for the next two weeks, sounds delish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    What's a jelly stick?
    I get them at Aldi, simply jelly in a tube, DD loves them. And great to freeze in summer for something cold at snack time. About the only packaged food she gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlemumma82 View Post
    I get them at Aldi, simply jelly in a tube, DD loves them. And great to freeze in summer for something cold at snack time. About the only packaged food she gets.
    I've never seen them. We don't have Aldi here. Normally I come across things at school or in lunch boxes at work but they must only be at Aldi.

    It can be tricky feeding a gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian child in a nut-free school and gets tricky to keep it interesting. If I didn't plan it she would get the same thing every day and not eat it.


 

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