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    Quote Originally Posted by Mmumm View Post
    Sorry I only just saw this.
    I got the recipe from taste website.
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/7028/yorkshire+puddings
    It's basically just milk flour eggs and oil. I tried it without the oil/butter in the bottom but they didn't rise as much. I think the trick must be the hot oil or butter that makes them puff up.
    I put sausages in raw and they cooked together.
    Sounds yummy will try these. I wonder if it will work with shredded veggies??

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    Scrambled egg with toast dd3's dinner

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    Flattened chicken thigh fillets rolled with pesto and wrapped in prosciutto, with steamed greens and mash.

    It was so easy and so yummy! DD loved it.

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    Cheesy Pumpkin scones
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    Cheesy Pumpkin scones
    Yum!

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    It was a coles recipe. Actually really yummy and the kids loved it. I usually bake sweet treats so this was a nice change.
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    Subbing! though DD HATES veggies and cant have sesame, dairy, tree nuts, egg or peanuts, so most of what I've seen so far she either won't eat or can't eat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    Subbing! though DD HATES veggies and cant have sesame, dairy, tree nuts, egg or peanuts, so most of what I've seen so far she either won't eat or can't eat!
    That does make it tough! You can hide heaps I veggies in rice and pasta dishes, maybe some of the ideas here could be altered to suit her allergies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    That does make it tough! You can hide heaps I veggies in rice and pasta dishes, maybe some of the ideas here could be altered to suit her allergies?



    True! Im just so sick of going to the effort to come up with new things, then having her not eat them. I then turn to fruit and soy yoghurt, which probably is creating a bad habit as all she has to do is refuse the actual meal knowing Ill give her the sweet stuff just to get food into her.

    Anywho, sorry to digress - that's probably an entire other thread all together.

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    All good, I can imagine how frustrating it would be! DD was dairy & soy intolerant until around 1yo and that was hard enough, if she was as restricted as your DD I think I'd really struggle.

    What meals will she eat?


 

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