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    Dumplings and steamed veg. Too easy

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    Kidlets had penang fish curry for dinner
    & had golden syrup dumplings with ice cream for dinner

    Sorry no photos tonight

    I had 1 dumpling even though i really shouldn't have... OMFG delicious!

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    I finally can contribute to this thread as I remembered to take a pic! Salmon with avo, mushrooms, snow peas, cucumber and carrot sticks.
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    Made these choc, bran and zucchini muffins for ds's afternoon tea
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    Yum! your creamy garlic prawn pasta looks divine! Would you mind sharing your recipe?

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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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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1382168869.936295.jpg dd's dinner (2.8 years). Gluten free pasta with spring onion, bacon, zucchini, mushroom, cream and Parmesan. She ate it all - I was very impressed she's also now having a handful of oven fries cause she saw me having them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneLove View Post
    Yum! your creamy garlic prawn pasta looks divine! Would you mind sharing your recipe?
    I peel prawns and marinade them with salt, pepper & crushed garlic. Heat some butter & fry prawns till nearly done then take them out. Fry sliced mushroom in that pan till soft. Pour in sour cream and cream, simmer till reduced. Add prawns, season to your taste with italian herbs... then toss in cooked pasta. I used fettucine (sp?). Sprinkle parmesan when serve. I added shredded kale to DS's bowl because he eats very little vegetable & fruit.

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    Salmon and veggie stirfry with rice.
    I liked it, the kids not so much.
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    Where did you get those ice cream maker stick holder thingy from??? They are awesome!! Dd needs something solid to hold onto!


    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.
    Attachment 44303 Attachment 44304

    Today we had creamy garlic prawn & mushroom pasta, i sneaked in bit of kale. He finished his portion.
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    my DS can't hold an ice cream stick yet so these tupperware lollitups are really awesome! i got them from a tupperware buy & sell facebook page, $15 for set of 6 brand new + $5 postage. there're some on ebay too.

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