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    Great ideas in here!

    Is there's a reason to use the plates that have compartments? I've seen a lot of them in this thread...

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    Lunch today: penne with tomato, spinach & bacon
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Great ideas in here!

    Is there's a reason to use the plates that have compartments? I've seen a lot of them in this thread...
    I have used one for my DD since she was about 8 months. She is now 3 and loves her sectioned plates, she doesn't like different foods touching so that could be the reason!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Great ideas in here!

    Is there's a reason to use the plates that have compartments? I've seen a lot of them in this thread...
    Probably to help the littlies identify the different assortments on their plates.

    I bought DD a special plate with a suction mat that sticks to her highchair tray so she couldn't throw her bowl over the edge while learning to self feed. Thought it was really clever until she picked up the actual mat with the bowl on top! Yes, the bowl sticks to the mat, but the mat doesn't stick to her tray!
    Might just start feeding her straight on the kitchen tiles to avoid the hassle..

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    Baked bean dip (this was so nice) with crackers and green beans.

    Homemade Ricotta Gnocchi in a homemade tomato sauce. I had to put 2 olives on the side as DD has an olive addiction. She only gets 2 or she'd eat the whole lot in one sitting. I also cut up some apple.
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    This was a huge hit last night so will have it again tonight i think.

    Eta: Chicken almond brown rice soup

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    Pumpkin and ricotta pie. Always a huge hit here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Pumpkin and ricotta pie. Always a huge hit here.

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    I googled recipe but none look as good as yours! Are u able to pop one up?

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    Quorn cheese and spinach schnitzel with carrot, peas, brussel sprouts amd broccoli.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    Quorn cheese and spinach schnitzel with carrot, peas, brussel sprouts amd broccoli.

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    That's almost identical to what DS just had for dinner. He removed all the spinach from the schnitzel though.

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