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    Default Favourite family meal!?

    We have all gotten used to eating the same as our toddlers, what's your favourite family meal?
    Me and my bub can't get enough fish and chips!!!

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    i love home made hamburgers, but the kids dont really (weirdos ) but we all love home made lasangua (sorry for spelling)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyOf2Sweeties View Post
    i love home made hamburgers, but the kids dont really (weirdos ) but we all love home made lasangua (sorry for spelling)
    Hey have you tried using your lasagna mince in a hamburger pattie?

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    yea lol, they just dont like the healthy stuff in them

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    Ahhhhh the fun stuff! I'm not yet at this stage with my daughter she's 16mnths. I've heard you can make things like carrot pasta, carrots made to look like pasta.

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    Pumpkin soup.

    It is my 2 year old's favourite thing which I am rather happy about because I pack it full of all sorts of weird and wonderful vegies. As long as it still turns out orange-ish it seems to work.

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    Shepherds Pie!

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    Our family fav is corned beef, potato mash and steamed veg with a whole lot of white sauce. Yum!

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    Baked spuds with creamed corn, sour cream, cheese and bacon...

    Nom nom nom


 

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