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    Default Trying to change from package foods to homemade

    Hi as title suggests in trying to make the change from packet easy to grab items to homemade substitutes, so I guess in sort of chasing you fail proof tasty and tried and loved recipes to make some of the packages foods and also an idea on how long they will last god, so museli bars, lcm bars, shapes, etc etc

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    Have a look at a website called the Road To Loving my Thermo Mixer.

    All of her recipes have a non-thermo method on there as well.

    She has some great ones, muesli bites, fruit filled cereal bars, and savoury crackers like shapes etc just to name a few

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    Have you been to the road to loving my thermomixer website? She has home made recipes for so much, tiny teddies etc... And the best part is theres a recipe for thermomix and just a regular recipe for those who done have one.

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    Will look thanks! I'm hoping to follow a plan when I bake 1 or 2 things on a Sunday for the week and that's it in the way of snack fillers other than our normal brekky lunch dinner! So maybe I would do like shapes and muffins! Saves me but packets upon packets of biscuits, and Snack etc

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    Looking maybe for advice from someone who has made this change and what they offer we have set breakfast,morning tea,lunch,afternoon tea and dinner! The kids aren't to help themselves and must wait until I offer them each meal, and for school I basically pack, 1 piece of fruit a sandwich and 1 or two things to go with the fruit for morning tea, normally museli bar and biccys etc

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    This an example for my one child thAt eats...

    Yogurt and fruit for breaky or home made banana pikelets etc

    Zuchini slice muffin with air popped pop corn and fruit for morning tea

    sandwich at lunch

    Afternoon tea is another piece of fruit and something ive baked; cinnamon and apple scroll, muffins, anzac biccies etc or cheese and crackers and yogurt if they havent had it for breaky

    Dinner ; homemade nuggets and sweet potato fries with salad or spag bol with hidden pulverised veggies in the home made sauce etc

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    typical snacks for DS (4) are:

    Cucumber or carrot sticks or vita wheat brown rice multigrain rice crackers (MSG free, additive free, preservative free) with guacamole or tzatiki that I make

    Yogurt ( jalna plain ) and fruit

    Fruit and raw veggies

    Olives and cheese and boiled eggs

    Plain brown rice cakes with avocado or 100% peanut or almond butter

    Air popped organic popcorn

    Yogurt pops ( just yogurt blended with fruit and put into ice block molds)

    Nuts - a handful of pistachios or walnuts or almonds

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    Air popped popcorn how do you do it?


 

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