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    Turkey mince or chicken mince sausage rolls are great and less fatty.

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    Home made pesto, using baby spinach. You can add zucchini and broccoli too

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    Do you have a good food processor?

    I blitz pumpkin, zucchini, mushroom, carrots and herbs with homemade mince and make into sausage rolls. (Just use whatever veg you have)

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...ge-rolls/48918
    That's the recipe link, it's a thermomix recipe but if you don't have one just use a food processor. I roll with puff pastry instead of FILO.

    Or I make this pasta bake and freeze in small portions for an easy lunch/dinner for the kids. Again tmx recipe but you can adapt. I use chicken instead of tuna though. I find the sauce makes two batches.
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    I found when mine (21 months) went on a strike if i gave her the veggies first on a plate with nothing else she would be hungry enough to eat them. Doesn't always work but most of the time seems to. She has gone off broccoli atm. I am keen to get more veg into her. I think there is a website called veggie smugglers that looks good. 😊

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    Brilliant thanks everyone - all great ideas and am already hard at work disguising veggies in new and interesting ways. I also just got a copy of the book suggested earlier deceptively delicious. The recipes in there look great the only pita thing is it's in US measurements!

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    I made sausage rolls last week for the first time and I think they were really moist and tasty!

    I used veal & pork mince, a zucchini, carrot & apple.

    I could have added broccoli too but I was in a rush.

    I added Panko breadcrumbs, tomato sauce and an egg to bind it all.

    I think the apple sweetened it up a bit and gave the mince moisture, so I'll def be using that recipe again!

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    I made sausage rolls for DS today. No luck, this kid won't eat anything.

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    Check out the fat mum slim blog for Sneaky mac and cheese. You basically steam pumpkin, zucchini and cauliflower. Purée them, stir it through cooked macaroni. Make a cheese sauce and stir that through as well. DS will demolish a plate of that and I quite like it too. feels naughty but it's quite good for you! Sometimes I use low fat milk and cheese to keep the fat down but currently going through a bit of a mind flip on low fat dairy so I will leave that one up to you

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    Recently made pumpkin and beef lasagne with grated zucchini and carrot in the bolognese. Went down a treat.


 

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