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    I would love some dinner ideas too!

    The only thing I can add to the mix is a vege frittata type thing. I put zuchini, carrot, mushroom, spinach, sweet potato (anything you like really) into the food processor, put in a lined baking dish and then add bacon and cheese. Do an egg and self raising flour mix with some vegetable oil and mix all together then bake for 45-1hr. It is based off a Zucchini slice recipe on taste.com.au

    I then cut into portions and freeze to reheat as needed.

    It's pretty yummy and mr 2.5 smashes it!

    Would love other suggestion of things I can freeze and then reheat in the microwave for quick, healthy dinners.

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    Default Inspire me! Food for my toddler!

    My now 3yo just eats what we're having for dinner but one of my quick easy options when he was younger was: cook pasta (any shape you like) drain pasta and return to still warm pot. Stir through a small tin of tuna in olive oil (chuck it all in the pot oil and all while pasta is drained but still hot) then a squeeze of lemon juice, sprinkle of oregano and top with some Parmesan cheese! Yum! I also add capers if I have them. Another variation is to throw some cubed pumpkin in the water with the pasta and cook all together. Drain and stir through baby spinach leaves while still hot and sprinkle with Parmesan. Very simple and quick. I precut my cubes of pumpkin and have them ready to go in sandwich bags in my freezer.

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