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    I've been thinking about giving DS a smoothie in his lunch box, just not sure what would be a suitable sort of drink bottle to put it in, any suggestions?

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    I love these ideas

    http://www.modernparentsmessykids.co...thies-101.html

    I found the long calipo style smoothie tubes on Amazon

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    Oh I have some of those I got from Woolies, $8 for 4 Decor brand.

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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.
    I just made these today, and added some bacon and put parmesan on top instead of the tasty. I love them and think they're delicious, DF says they're ok, DS1 likes them but not enough to inhale them, DS2 says theyre good and DD crumbled hers all over her tray- but to be fair she did just eat a whole sandwich

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    Subbing need some new inspiration for ds1 lunch box

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    I need some inspiration before both my girls and I go nuts with having the same stuff EVERY day!!

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    I made mini quiches and mini salmon pies today using a muffin tin thanks to this thread! I hate quiche so have never made it but they turned out really well (I still hate quiche, but DH tried one and said it was really good) and the child who can't eat quiche due to allergies liked the mini salmon pies and is looking forward to having one at school tomorrow I also made some muffins, but forgot about them and burnt them so they're now all in the bin

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    I made minimuffins - zuccini carrot corn and cheese - today. tehy turned out fabulous.

    DD loves them, I even like them ... and they were easy to make.

    We also made cupcakes for desert.


    The zuccini pancakes the other day were ok, but the salmon patties werent a success

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    I've put so many things in my pinterest today I don't know what to make first.
    They all look so yummy but Mr Fussy Butt probably won't like any of them. The Rice patties were a no go, so looks like I'll be eating them.


 

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