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    Following for inspiration!!

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    Today's lunch : salmon wrap ( left overs from last nights dinner!) pineapple, snow peas, mini capsicum, dried pomegranate, mini rice cakes and babybel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Today's lunch : salmon wrap ( left overs from last nights dinner!) pineapple, snow peas, mini capsicum, dried pomegranate, mini rice cakes and babybel
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    Which brand mini rice crackers do you get? I would like to put sone in dd's lunch box but not sure if there are some brands I should avoid

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    I get the Heinz organic mini rice cakes - they are actually in the baby isle as toddler snacks in most supermarkets but they are the only mini ones I could find that fit in his planetbox without additives!

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    Ah some of your kids eat such a good variety of foods!

    My DS who's in prep has pretty much the same things every day, usually just the main item will vary because he's fussy.
    So I make vegemite scrolls or pizza scrolls with lots of hidden vegies. Homemade sausage rolls (including the puff pastry) with hidden vegies, a wholemeal sandwich with a sliced chicken roll inside that I make in my thermomix from fresh chicken breast, or a ham sandwich.
    He won't even eat cheese on its own cut up.
    Then it's a yogurt pouch, strawberries, crackers or a treat item (pictured are chocolate chickpea cookies I made with coconut sugar). He can't tell they're 'healthy'.
    For munch and crunch he has an apple or a carrot. That's all he'll eat. If I send anymore it comes back uneaten and wasted. Could be worse!
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    This is the lunches I just made. Pale in comparison to some here but oh well.

    Chicken and cheese wraps from a chicken I roasted yesterday.
    Carrot and honey muffin.
    Baked beans with the little skinless franks
    Mango bread
    Mix of dried fruit, nuts and dry cereal.

    Blue (6yo son) doesn't have a wrap as he is actually getting lunch order tomorrow. Green (4yo son) gets two because it's one of the few things he will eat (autism/Spd) and will eat plenty of so yeh.

    The muffins and mango breads were baked by me but I froze them a week or so ago so they came from the freezer to defrost for tomorrow.

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    Finally out my ar$e into gear and did some baking and remembered to take a photo....here's tomorrow's lunch

    Home made ricotta and spinach rolls (which fussy dd loved and gave 2 thumbs up to ๐Ÿ˜‚)
    Squeezie yogurt
    Grapes
    Pretzels
    Blackcurrent and chia pieces, dried mango and frugo cluster in the well.

    Heres hoping it comes home empty tomorrow โ˜บ
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    Default The Lunchbox challange!

    This thread gave me inspiration! Today I made:

    Pea, corn and cheese piklets
    Ham, pepperoni and cheese scrolls
    Carrot, zucchini, corn and cheese muffins
    Home made strawberry yoghurt with strawberry pieces in it

    I think I have the bug now..
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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1465721474.308340.jpgthey don't look pretty but taste awesome!


 

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