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    Yeah, definitely bulk cooking and things that are easy to defrost and prepare. I cook large amounts and just open the fridge and pick and choose

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    Sounds good to me! I used to worry so much about DS' food intake that I never let him eat junk. Now he is such a good eater that I don't really mind him having a few lollies or a bit of junk food at my parents house

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    Weet-bix for breaky
    Promite or peanut butter on toast for morning tea
    Cheese and veggie filled ravioli for lunch
    Lots of fruit for afternoon tea
    Meat and veg for dinner (eg. salmon and sweet potato wedges)
    Home made yoghurt just before bed

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    Thank you all! I was so inspired over the weekend I did a massive cook up, and i am all prepared with yummy healthy snacks jam packed in the freezer! I made:

    -Sweet potato chips (massive fail, lol. I think I cut them too thickly, they wouldn't go crunchy no matter how long they were in the oven)
    -meatballs (packed with veggies)
    -chicken nuggets (ditto)
    -felafels
    -veggie samosas

    And gave DP a lecture about junk food on the weekend. That didn't go down so well I basically told him if he doesn't want to deal with DS having tantrums about not getting what daddy has, the answer isn't to give him some, it's to not eat junk in front of him.

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