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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    I was being kindve sarcastic re the sausages. Seen a whole debate about it recently on here.
    Wasn't aiming it at you hun
    I see it alot on here. I just hate feeling guilty or like a bad parent because I feed her sausages sometimes. Iykwim
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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.
    What is this???? Looks so yum!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    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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    Yum! How long did you microwave the potato for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Yum! How long did you microwave the potato for?
    Stabbed it with a knife all over then in the microwave for 10 min turning over after 5. It was pretty big though a medium size might only need 8 min

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeySeeMonkeyDo View Post
    Wasn't aiming it at you hun
    I see it alot on here. I just hate feeling guilty or like a bad parent because I feed her sausages sometimes. Iykwim
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    Was it aimed at me??? I didn't see anyone saying there was anything wrong with sausages, we all said we were giving them to our kids?? I don't participate in this thread to make anyone feel guilty, I just like seeing all the food ideas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassieh View Post
    What is this???? Looks so yum!!!
    I put a rough recipe a few posts back - Its really yummy and super easy! There's lots of ways you could do it/fillings to try.

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    And speaking of sausages lol.....
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    Dds dinner last night...typical sausages is the only meat she'll eat! With a side of cheese, cucumber and corn. She ate just about all of everything, yay!
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    Mac cheese with bacon and peas and hidden veggies (puréed cauliflower and zucchini). This is my any-kid-will-eat-it Mac cheese. It is sooo yummy. Sometimes I add parsley sometimes spinach depends what I have and the fussiness of the kids (often serve it for lunch when kids come over) tonight DS chose peas and ate the whole lot without a peep of fuss

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    DD is so fussy. All she will really eat is cheese, bread, weetbix, yoghurt and fruit, oh and chips. She wont eat mac n cheese, rarely spag bog or anything like that. Barely touches any meat

    Vegies have to be via a smoothie she wont touch them otherwise. I still offer them to her all the time tho. Is anyone elses 3 yr old like this, shes been like this for ages?

    Im starting to wonder if she will ever eat vegetables or anything other than the above

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    Not much excitement lately, same old rice/noodle with tiny chopped vegs and little bit of meat or fish. Half of the week he only wanted crackers for lunch and cereal for dinner

    Popsicles inspired by couple of posts in this thread.

    Avocado + pear. I think they're quite bland, maybe a bit of honey next time.
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    Banana, yoghurt and peanut butter. This one was a hit.
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    Losts of sweet potato about to go bad so I made chips and sweet potato chiffon cake. DS loved them.
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    Today we had creamy garlic prawn & mushroom pasta, i sneaked in bit of kale. He finished his portion.
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