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    Subbing love these ideas

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    Subbing - some great ideas already!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelle65 View Post
    I make what I call "super healthy lasagne" and DD looooves it. It is basically normal lasagne but I replace the meat in the sauce with veggies, lentils, kidney beans and chick peas. I sometimes put a small amount of beef mince in but you don't have to. I use mountain bread instead of lasagne sheets, make white sauce with hardly any butter and skim milk, and do just a bare sprinkle of low-fat cheese on top. it's a really decent alternative to "normal" lasagne and tastes just as good IMO - DD prefers it to her grandma's extra-meaty, extra-cheesy version.
    I've been wanting to try lasagna with mountain bread... A friend recommended it. How do you make white sauce... I've never made lasagna before.. Is there an alternative to white sauce... Could you use ricotta or something instead? I have no idea! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
    hmm... snacks

    Sweet:
    Banana pancakes - mashed banana & egg, mixed, fried
    Banana bites - 1 banana to 1/2 cup oats, mashed, any additions, baked like biscuits at 180 for 10-15 min
    Pikelets - wholemeal flour, baking powder, mashed banana, berries (or other additions), milk if needed. Fried/baked/cooked on non-stick flat toaster
    Bliss balls - medjool dates (or drier ones soaked), favourite nuts, cocoa. Finely processed, rolled into balls, coated in coconut

    Savoury:
    zucchini slice
    savoury muffins
    arancini (essentially baked balls of risotto)

    GirlsRock - That apricot slice looks delicious! My partner would love it.
    You've just inspired me to make zucchini slice just popped it in the oven! Yum!

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    I make some really nice sugar free banana and apple muffins which i sneak some grated carrot and zucchini into

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    Love these ideas. If only DS would actually put something in his mouth.

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    Just made zucchini slice.

    3 x grated zucchini
    2 x grated carrot
    4 x egg
    4 rashers of bacon diced
    1 x onion
    1 cup of rice
    Garlic (add as much as you like)

    Add as many herbs as you like.. I added basil

    Soooo good!! ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1380946210.474516.jpg

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    I make sausage rolls for the kids "take away/junk food". I use 500g chicken mince, 4 carrots, 3 zucchini, a sweet potato and any other veg I have grated and wrap in puff or filo pastry. Granted its not the healthiest snack but a lot healthier than a take away sausage roll or a fast food meal. I make a big lot and freeze so any night I am stretched for time I pop them in the oven and some frozen veg in the microwave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meags82 View Post
    I make sausage rolls for the kids "take away/junk food". I use 500g chicken mince, 4 carrots, 3 zucchini, a sweet potato and any other veg I have grated and wrap in puff or filo pastry. Granted its not the healthiest snack but a lot healthier than a take away sausage roll or a fast food meal. I make a big lot and freeze so any night I am stretched for time I pop them in the oven and some frozen veg in the microwave
    I do the same. A friend of mine recommended using mountain bread instead of puff pastry... I'm yet to try it though.

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