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    Early afternoon tea, peanut butter cruskits and apple. Lunch was a happy meal and breakfast was a mandarin and a carrot....my strange child lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busy-Bee View Post
    This is a standard lunch that DS takes to school.

    I try to think of the food groups:

    Box 1 - carbs (sandwich with wholemeal bread, avo with ham today but often it's just vegemite)
    Box 2 - fruit (he usually has this for morning tea)
    Box 3 - veggies (options - cucumber, carrot, left over cord cob, tomato, snow peas
    Box 4- protein/dairy - cheese cubes, 1/2 boiled egg, cabana pieces with a few bits of dried fruit

    He also gets a yoghurt.

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    I love this little sectioned lunch box!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    I love this little sectioned lunch box!
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    It's actually not a lunch box as such, it's the Decor Tellfresh Quarters container. The little white plastic quarter thingies all come out so you can put just 2 in and a wrap at the other end. I have a bunch of them and make up similar lunches for DD and DF in advance. I generally make 2 or 3 days worth with the exception of the sandwich (or fried rice, savory muffin or what ever happens to be in that box). I figure it's not much harder to make 6 lunches when everyone has pretty much the same thing than it is to make 1.

    I am for colour and variation. The kids know they don't have to eat everything but to try a little bit from each section. DS scoffs the lot every day. He's been complimented by more than one teacher on his lunch. I also want to make sure he has no high GI foods and lots of protein to optimise his attention span whilst he's at school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Mmm they look yum - recipe?
    It's on the Taste website, search "bacon, zucchini and cheese muffins" and it should be the first one that comes up. Looks like this:

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    I used 3 pieces of short cut bacon and most of a small tin of no-added-salt corn. You could use whatever you wanted really. They came out really well except I don't recommend using patty cake papers as they stick.

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    We just had pita bread chips with Shanklish dip ( feta, tomato, red onion, spices) for afternoon tea ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1380265814.909807.jpg

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    Scrambled egg & some frozen veg with grated cheese.

    I was out of ideas... but she's loving it. Has eaten about twice what she usually would for dinner. Go figure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busy-Bee View Post
    This is a standard lunch that DS takes to school.

    I try to think of the food groups:

    Box 1 - carbs (sandwich with wholemeal bread, avo with ham today but often it's just vegemite)


    Box 2 - fruit (he usually has this for morning tea)
    Box 3 - veggies (options - cucumber, carrot, left over cord cob, tomato, snow peas
    Box 4- protein/dairy - cheese cubes, 1/2 boiled egg, cabana pieces with a few bits of dried fruit

    He also gets a yoghurt.

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    Hey Busy-Bee, where did you get the container?

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    DD's dinner.. Spag bol with mushrooms, zuchini, carrot etc.. She ate just over a quarter of it.
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    DS1' s dinner, Pizza, frozen veg and pan bread. He doesn't have this often.. He actually asked for veggies when I told him what we were having.

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