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    Wow - that's very similar to mine, except I make a larger quantity so that it does 2 meals (and I haven't thought about putting in chives and chia seeds - good idea). I sometimes put in a little diced bacon instead. Sometimes I put a little mustard into it. If I have capsicum I'll sometimes throw that in too.

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    Hommus. Do you buy it, or make it? Any suggestions on brands? I had a quick look the other day and most had preservatives. I didn't have my phone so couldn't check the numbers to see if they were nice preservatives or sinister ones.

    I've never made hommus so would be greatful for recipes and tips. I only have a stab blender at the moment.
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    I make it Id say half the of the time but we are lucky enough to live near a great Lebanese restaurant and I buy my dips fresh from them! My sister uses a stick blender to make it ( I chuck mine in a food processor) this is the Israeli recipe we both use:

    2 Cups Chick Peas (soaked and boiled-or canned)
    2 tspFresh lemon juice
    1 Medium Clove Garlic
    2 tspTahini
    1/4 tsp Ground Cumin
    1/4 tsp sea salt
    1/4 tsp paprika

    Put chick peas, lemon juice and garlic in bowl and blitz then when smooth add tahini, cumin and salt - if it's too thick I add a drizzle of olive oil then sprinkle the paprika before serving

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    Subbing. My DD doesnt like sandwich. Sometime I find hard to make her lunch box. Great to get some ideas.

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    I troll pinterest for ideas and found this last night and thought it was a great idea! Would smoothies work in a lunchbox?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    I plan on trying these chicken & rice patties this week
    http://planningwithkids.com/2012/10/08/rice-patties/

    they sound good for lunchboxes. I'll post back when I make them if they were a hit or miss.
    Thanks, these look great. I wonder if they would freeze ok?

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    Just made some yummy apricot and coconut bliss balls and mini pumpkin, fetta, salami and caramelised onion tartletts for morning teas

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArthurDent View Post
    Thanks, these look great. I wonder if they would freeze ok?
    I made them last night and froze most of them. They tasted good but I'd like a bit more seasoning, but I guess ok for kids. Trying DS with them for his lunch today, might give him some sauce to dip them in.


 
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