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    My kids have yogurt every night, or once in a while it will be custard or very occasionally a bit of cake if we have some for whatever reason.
    They do not know that restaurants offer dessert and I am hoping to keep it that way

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    So most people don't sit on the couch after the kids are in bed gorging on m&ms whilst watching trashy telly & snuggling under the doona?

    I thought we were completely normal!

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    No dessert here (unless we have guests). A few times a week the kids will have a sweet treat after dinner, like 1 lifesaver or 1 square of dark chocolate. I don't class that as dessert though. We don't keep ice cream/custard etc in the house. If we have visitors we'll whip up custard or sorbet in the thermomix. I can't remember the last time I made a pudding/crumble.

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    My kids have dessert nearly every night. Usually it's yoghurt, or frozen Greek yoghurt, fruit, ice cream, small ice block in summer, whatever.

    But we (DH & I) rarely eat dessert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    My kids have dessert nearly every night. Usually it's yoghurt, or frozen Greek yoghurt, fruit, ice cream, small ice block in summer, whatever.

    But we (DH & I) rarely eat dessert.
    This is like us except DH tends to tuck into the ice cream a couple of nights a week.

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    We have something most nights, generally not ice cream or cake, but more like a handful of m&ms or stewed or fresh apple (sometimes with peanut butter!) some yoghurt, a cup of frozen berries or a biscuit. Even a hot chocolate or a milo. I'm a grazer and I like something sweet after dinner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybump View Post
    So most people don't sit on the couch after the kids are in bed gorging on m&ms whilst watching trashy telly & snuggling under the doona?

    I thought we were completely normal!
    I'm sure they're all lying 😂😂

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    We usually have something like bikkies and a cuppa or chocolate or slice after the kid is in bed


 

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