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    Default What's for lunch??

    I'm curious as to what other people eat for lunch. It's the one meal I seem to be uninspired with :/

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    I often skip lunch simply cause im either too lazy to make it for myself or i cant think of anything to have.

    I always make the kids lunch - sandwiches, cold meats, cheese, fruit etc.

    If i do bother to make mine its usually a toasted sandwich

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    Im a bit the same.
    But i find variety in the everyday stuff.
    2 min noodles add stir fry vegies and a cup of soup made with half the water as a sauce.

    Corn fritters with sour cream and or salsa.

    Ham cheese and tomato toasted sandwiches. Can put the tomato on the side and add other salads. Carrot grated or sticks.

    Pasta sauce packets go great as finger food for my boy. With a tom thumb roll.
    Mr 6 likes jam or honey on his roll.

    Just a few ideas. Hope it helps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    I often skip lunch simply cause im either too lazy to make it for myself or i cant think of anything to have.

    I always make the kids lunch - sandwiches, cold meats, cheese, fruit etc.

    If i do bother to make mine its usually a toasted sandwich
    Same here

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    Thanks ladies. I'm good with the kids as they love sandwiches so it's pretty easy. But I'm just not a sanga person!!

    I think it's the boredom of holidays getting to me. I always eat lunch well at work (mostly reheated meals I've popped in the freezer). I just feel really blah on hols.

    I was actually contemplating buying a meat pie. Stuffs me why?? I never eat them. Weird weird holiday body. I feel like eating but have no idea what. I don't like this feeling :/

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    I have to go to Coles!

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    Tuna salads. blt toasted sanga. Soup. Vita weat with avocado and tomatoes. Omelette. Frittata

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    I make all these awesome things for my daughter for lunch then usually have a Vegemite and cheese sandwich myself. One of my favourites on a Sunday is an open toastie of avocado, bacon or ham, baby spinach, mushrooms, sundried tomato, BBQ sauce, cheese and a fried egg. So unhealthy but so delicious!!

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    I usually have sliced tomato on toast/cruskits, or avocado on cruskits, or tuna and salad, or a toasted sandwich. If there are leftovers, I eat that.

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    Ds had a open burger with no bread kind of lol. A lentil burger, sauce, fried onion, hash brown, beetroot etc .


 

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