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    Default Lunch ideas for 11 month old

    I'm hoping I can get a few lunch ideas for my 11 month old dd.
    I'm currently 10 weeks preg and had a constant cold, so I haven't had a lot of energy lately and poor dd is suffering.
    She's been getting quite a few avo and vegemite sandwiches, and am feeling really terrible about this!

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

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    My little man is 7 months old and he always has leftovers from our dinner for lunch because he goes to bed before we have dinner

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    Eggs, make a omelette or egg pancake with whatever you have on hand- tomatoes, cheese, basil , olives etc quick easy and healthy! Or I make up a big batch of nuggets or fish cakes or meatballs and freeze for days when I don't have time ( or now energy!) to make lunch

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    I'm 10 weeks too and DS is 13 months.

    I'm going big on fruit for him because it's so easy lol.

    His usual lunch is something like:

    Banana
    Handful of grapes
    Apple
    Yoghurt sachet

    Or

    Some leftover sausage/rissoles/meatballs from dinner the night before
    Tomato
    Cucumber
    Mandarin

    It's all easy to just chop and serve

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    Oh those ideas sound so easy, but nutritious. And that's what I need right now! 😊

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    Great thread! I am also looking for more ideas. At the moment some of my DD favourites are:

    - cream cheese or banana sandwiches
    - meatballs or chicken strips with steamed veggies
    - avocado on toast
    - boiled egg cut in quarters

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    Also forgot to mention that I make up batches of banana/blueberry/corn/tuna piklets.
    I just use plain pancake batter (no sugar)
    Then freeze in bunches of four.

    I also make batches of mini quiches in a cupcake tin.

    These are great for snacks too and one batch lasts a month or so depending on how often I don't feel like cooking or preparing, and end up giving them to him lol

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    A few days a week i give our DD wholemeal crackers, a selection of fruit diced ( grapes, apple, pear, orange etc) and a few cheese cubes all in a little bowl and she picks away at it all

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