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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    I saw this episode the other night... does it taste good?
    I only saw part of the episode so not sure exactly what his recipe was. I just did a simple version with pasata and fresh herbs from the garden as the sauce, and mashed pumpkin, steamed spinach and plain ricotta spread across lasagna sheets and rolled.

    It's pretty tasty actually, DD loved it. Next time I might make the sauce a bit differently, maybe add some sundried tomato or onion & garlic for a bit more flavour if DH and I are going to have it for dinner too.

    I need to have some meals in the freezer for DD so she has food on the nights I'm working or when DH and I want to get take-out.

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    DS had eggs on toast lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    My DD certainly has her days! We were out yesterday and she had hot chips for lunch (refused to eat the meal I ordered her and stole the chips instead!) and today we're having a BBQ so she'll have sausage for dinner. She eats really well 90% of the time so I figure it's fine!!

    I did another batch cook today - spinach, pumpkin and ricotta "lasagne" done a bit differently - got the idea from Jamie Oliver's show. DD taste tested it and wanted to eat the whole thing!

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    The finished product had cheese on the top and baked in the oven.
    I thought these were stuffed pasta shells until I saw the next few posts. Looks yummy

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    Can we all stop being apologetic for feeding little ones sausages?

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    I was going to share this with DS for lunch but he's not feeling well and wouldn't have any. But it was delish. Microwaved potato with cheese, bacon, onion, avocado and extra light sour cream. DS ended up having a banana and mango smoothie.

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    Stir fry - this is my serve but kids have the same.

    3yo DD will eat it all but DS (11mths) will only eat the steak..... His veges are already on the floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    Can we all stop being apologetic for feeding little ones sausages?
    Yes pleaaaaaaase! Its not half as bad as some things. And if you get good gourmet sausages there is noting wrong with them (tho we get the 22 pack od snags at coles for 7 bucks)

    All that matters is that there is food in the bubs tummies.

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    I was being kindve sarcastic re the sausages. Seen a whole debate about it recently on here.

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    Dinner for everyone although DS wouldn't eat any. He ended up with yogurt
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    Honey soy chicken, noodles and veg stir fry

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    I finally took a pic. We all had sundried tomato chicken pasta...dd had cheesy pasta, a few pieces of chicken, broccoli and frozen veg mix. She tried the pasta and chicken and spat both out then ate all the veggies. I struggle so much with getting her to eat any carbs or meat.... she only ever eats the veg. I worry it's not enough for her but she's not under weight or starved so what can ya do?

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