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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    Has anyone else discovered ONE handed cooks?
    Best website ever family foods. So easy to make with simple ingredients I usually have on hand anyway and really healthy nutritious foods. We've been cooking something from their dinner and snacks section for meals almost every day.
    My kids love the baked beans atm. So much healthier than the tinned versions and perfect for a cold winter breaky. They freeze really well too!
    Yes I follow them on Instagram & have used them a little... They have a magazine aswell :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    Has anyone else discovered ONE handed cooks?
    Best website ever family foods. So easy to make with simple ingredients I usually have on hand anyway and really healthy nutritious foods. We've been cooking something from their dinner and snacks section for meals almost every day.
    My kids love the baked beans atm. So much healthier than the tinned versions and perfect for a cold winter breaky. They freeze really well too!
    Love love love OHC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    Has anyone else discovered ONE handed cooks?
    Best website ever family foods. So easy to make with simple ingredients I usually have on hand anyway and really healthy nutritious foods. We've been cooking something from their dinner and snacks section for meals almost every day.
    My kids love the baked beans atm. So much healthier than the tinned versions and perfect for a cold winter breaky. They freeze really well too!
    Thanks for the tip, will check them out.

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    I will be having a look at ohc too.

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    Spagetti with avocado, cherry tomatoes and formaggino...
    That was only half of dd's portion and she ate the whole lot! First time in a long time she finished her dinner. Absolutely loved this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    Has anyone else discovered ONE handed cooks?
    Best website ever family foods. So easy to make with simple ingredients I usually have on hand anyway and really healthy nutritious foods. We've been cooking something from their dinner and snacks section for meals almost every day.
    My kids love the baked beans atm. So much healthier than the tinned versions and perfect for a cold winter breaky. They freeze really well too!
    Thanks for the tip - haven't heard of it but sounds great

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    Dinner tonight - honey mustard chicken with mash and veges.

    DD ate her whole serving, plus a second serve of chicken.

    DS ate his corn and that's it. He did put some chicken and carrot in his mouth....I guess it's a start

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    @Ladydee it's worth asking your daycare about the egg. My son is the egg allergy kid at ours and as he gets older, he's growing out of it. He would have no problem with other kids bringing baked goods with egg - he can now eat that. But egg salad sandwiches or boiled eggs would be a risk in case of accidentally sharing or contamination. They may say that it's totally egg-free, but you never know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooglekat View Post
    Thanks for the tip, will check them out.
    It's so worth it, today I cooked their tomato sauce, blueberry and apple muffins and hommus. It is the best resource I have found for really healthy toddler food but with easily accessible ingredients (pretty sure there is nothing that you can't buy from the supermarket in the recipes I've made). I think I'm going to start buying their magazine bevause I am SO impressed with their food and want to support them.

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    Much more success tonight with dinner, I think it's his teeth that have been bothering him, I put bonjella on his guns about 30 mins before dinner this time.

    No photo but we had lamb cutlet, mashed potato & sweet potato, corn cob, peas, carrot & asparagus :-)


 

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