Go to the school with everything to make a couple for your child?
Make some at home and take them to school for the teacher to give them to your child cold?
Buy an appropriate shake mix and give it to your child's teacher?
I'm thinking option 3, but take it this week so the teacher has notice. But then I think it's a bit much to expect of the teacher. But then I think, why is it too much to ask when they make them for the other kids?
And if I provide them, do I still pay the gold coin donation that's meant to cover the cost of them? Even if I make them at home and take them in?
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12-02-2012 17:29 #1
Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Tuesday) WWYD?
12-02-2012 17:32 #2
I'd do option 3 and still do the gold coin donation personally, but don't think it's a big issue if you don't.
12-02-2012 17:34 #3Senior Member
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Our teacher last year had coeliacs, so she happily made pancakes DD could eat
Other years I have sent up the mixture and/or sent up cold pancakes
Def speak to the teacher the week before so they have time to get their head around the WHOLE thing, even needing diff frying pan and diff utensils
12-02-2012 17:35 #4
Does the school actually make them? When I was in school Maccas supplied them.
12-02-2012 17:37 #5
They are made in the tuckshop. Her new aide is aware of cross contamination problems.
12-02-2012 17:41 #6
Personally I'd make them and send them cold. Mum used to send us pancakes to school cold made that morning for recess all the time just top them with spreads while still warm
12-02-2012 17:50 #7
yeah sending them cold sounds easiest when we were at school they were always cold anyway by the time they cooked them and handed out to whole school
12-02-2012 17:52 #8
The gold coin is to cover costs, but when they had a sausage sizzle I took hers in and they still charged her for it.
12-02-2012 17:53 #9
I love cold pancakes. Yum! I have them for DD for her morning tea (cold).
12-02-2012 19:41 #10
When is pancake day I seem to always miss it.
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