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    Default What do you give your kids to eat right after school at home?

    I generally make sandwiches then an apple/orange/banana or a yoghurt afterwards... what about anyone else?

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    He finishes off his school lunch then he can have whatever takes his fancy.

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    A piece of fruit than they wait for dinner at 5.

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    Normally a yoghurt and a piece of fruit. If I have gotten my act together we might have muffins or a slice in the house.

    I try and do dinner early so she doesn't snack like crazy after school.

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    I try to have dinner ready.

    It's easier to cook when one of them are at school.

    Then around 530-6 they can have a snack.

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    DD has a snack at child care at 3:30pm so i try not to let her snack when we get home at 4pm. I usually start dinner straight away so we have dinner around 5:30pm and if she has another snack she wont eat her dinner!. If she eats all her dinner then she can have fruit and yogurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    I try to have dinner ready.

    It's easier to cook when one of them are at school.

    Then around 530-6 they can have a snack.
    Do they just have a snack later in the evening?

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    I have a teenager. Currently it's hotcross buns and milk but also things like banana smoothie, noodles, toasted ham and cheese sandwiches, sausage in bread, leftover frozen food like lasagna or casserole, pikelets.

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    My son eats any fruit he didn't eat from his lunchbox, custard or yoghurt and some days an icey pole or biscuits

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    Lunchbox leftovers, fruit, and then snack on raw veggies that I am preparing for dinner.

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