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    Default After school snacks

    ... that are hot?
    With the colder weather now, DD says she feels like something 'hot', for after school snacks, and breakfast/snacks/lunch on weekends.

    But I am stumped for ideas. She doesn't like pizza or melted cheese, so that cancels quite a few options. She doesn't like lots of things actually, but is still expecting me to come up with some ideas for her. :/

    Any ideas?

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    Mine like freshly made pikelets on cold days.

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    Muffins (heated up), banana bread (toasted), zucchini slice (heated up), fritters, pikelets (plain, banana, vegetable ones), crepes (sweet or savoury fillings), cinnamon scrolls, vegemite scrolls (cheeseless), pumpkin scones.

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    Felafels, meatballs, chicken nuggets

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    Default After school snacks

    I make pasta soup - well it's just veggie or chicken stock ( whatever I have made) and I boil it, add the little starlini pasta ( tiny star pasta- you could use risoni or any tiny pasta) stir in a beaten egg white at the end and some chopped parsley or shallots if I have any - it's enough to fill him up at 4pm but still be hungry at 6.30 for dinner ( it's like a thick soup consistency) or an egg pancake - pretty much 2 eggs beaten with cheese, tomato and whatever herbs I have and fry in mini fry pan ( this is great for breakfast as well)

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    Mini sausages, meat balls with yoghurt dip, grilled chicken breast strips ( i precook these, say in sunday, and have ready for first few days of the week and warm these things quickly in the microwave ). I buy falafels as well. I try to go for protein rich snacks. Also, how about baking things like zucchini and bacon slice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I make pasta soup - well it's just veggie or chicken stock ( whatever I have made) and I boil it, add the little starlini pasta ( tiny star pasta- you could use risoni or any tiny pasta) stir in a beaten egg white at the end and some chopped parsley or shallots if I have any - it's enough to fill him up at 4pm but still be hungry at 6.30 for dinner ( it's like a thick soup consistency)
    Sorry to totally invade but after a resurgence of MS the last few days I haven't wanted to eat much. Then I read this and though yum!

    How super easy and comforting - thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Sorry to totally invade but after a resurgence of MS the last few days I haven't wanted to eat much. Then I read this and though yum!

    How super easy and comforting - thanks!!
    Oh. My 1st pregnancy I made chicken soup at least twice a week. Loads of ginger in it too. Helped the MS enough so I could get to sleep (I had horrible evening sickness with my 1st).

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    Scrambled eggs are a real go to here, roast/bbq'd chook/beef/lamb, have some stored cooked rice in the fridge and fry some up with egg/ham/peas, frozen peas heated up with butter, potato wedges, baked potato (pre cook & store to heat up), meatballs/burger patties, tuna pasta warmed up. Leftovers?

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    Awesome! Thanks for the ideas! A few suggestions I know she wouldn't like (tends to not like anything oily) but there are some good suggestions for her here, that I hope she will like.


 

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