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    Have just ds and 1 daycare child that didn't sleep last night so will sleep through his 5 hours today- means I have a little time to thermie. Thinking of making cannelloni and lasagne as both freeze ok. Going to start making things to freeze for when baby girl arrives. Any other recommendations for freezable meals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    Have just ds and 1 daycare child that didn't sleep last night so will sleep through his 5 hours today- means I have a little time to thermie. Thinking of making cannelloni and lasagne as both freeze ok. Going to start making things to freeze for when baby girl arrives. Any other recommendations for freezable meals?
    Soups!
    Thai Green Curry
    Biscuit dough rolled into a log and banana bread

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    Have just ds and 1 daycare child that didn't sleep last night so will sleep through his 5 hours today- means I have a little time to thermie. Thinking of making cannelloni and lasagne as both freeze ok. Going to start making things to freeze for when baby girl arrives. Any other recommendations for freezable meals?
    Spag Bol sauce
    Curries
    Biscuit dough in logs
    Sausage rolls

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    Made cannelloni (and banana icecream in the middle of that cos ds saw the machine being used and wanted icecream for dessert) just made a doubke batch of bolognaise 1/2 for lasagne and 1/2 to freeze. Biscuit dough sounds good- what biscuits does everyone else use to freeze?

    heres the icecream : image.jpg

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    Ive made stewed apples for dd, pizza sauce and dough

    Am going to attempt lemon butter for my mum as she loves it!




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    Big day! Thought thermie had broken as I couldn't get the lid to click in this morning, called my consultant and got a service logged. DH came home and flicked a tiny tiny hard thing out from somewhere under the seal and all was good. Phew!

    Made:
    Apple purée
    Pear purée
    Chicken, leek, apple, corn and rice purée
    Banana custard
    Orange juice

    And a smoothie this morning!

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    I had a big cook up day too!

    Mixed nut butter
    Coconut milk
    Cheesymite scrolls
    Cheesy veg muffins
    Apricot and coconut balls
    Oat and sultana bars
    Orange muffins
    Quirky fried rice
    Chicken meatballs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I had a big cook up day too!

    Mixed nut butter
    Coconut milk
    Cheesymite scrolls
    Cheesy veg muffins
    Apricot and coconut balls
    Oat and sultana bars
    Orange muffins
    Quirky fried rice
    Chicken meatballs

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    Good golly, that's a massive day! Well done. How are the Oat/Sultana bars?

    Babycakes, I've frozen the lactation cookies as a log and they work a treat. If you plan on b/f that could be a good one since you're UTD? Even if you don't b/f they are still delish!!

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    Babycakes - would white chocolate work with the peppermint crisp slice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Good golly, that's a massive day! Well done. How are the Oat/Sultana bars?

    Babycakes, I've frozen the lactation cookies as a log and they work a treat. If you plan on b/f that could be a good one since you're UTD? Even if you don't b/f they are still delish!!
    Good idea! I used them whenever I got sick and supply dropped last time. Definitely hoping to feed again


 

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