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    Baked beans also a once a week lunch or dinner in our house too. For that matter so is omelette!

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    Mine have them a few times a month. I always use salt reduced or organic. Great, cheap, easy!

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    Beans beans the musical fruit, the more you eat the more you toot!
    The more you toot the better you feel so let's eat beans for every meal!!

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    On mornings dd doesn't have baked beans with breakfast she has an omelette with spinach, onion and capsicum.

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    Lazy is buying him takeaway or pre prepared meals!
    As pp said I think back in the day baked beans were a cheap alternative to meat etc...
    As long as you buy low salt, preservative free ( and just watch the sugar content) they are a great once a week meal, especially if your son enjoys them! I do have a very quick and easy 5 min homemade one that I do for DS if you want it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Lazy is buying him takeaway or pre prepared meals!
    As pp said I think back in the day baked beans were a cheap alternative to meat etc...
    As long as you buy low salt, preservative free ( and just watch the sugar content) they are a great once a week meal, especially if your son enjoys them! I do have a very quick and easy 5 min homemade one that I do for DS if you want it!
    I'd love that recipe if it's ok

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    Baked beans are fine, whenever DH goes away I do baked bean toasties for dinner so I can sit and knit instead of destroying the kitchen (which I would have to then clean up).

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    That's total crap. Baked beans were my staple when I was doing triathlon training... They're a staple again now that I'm pregnant. They're a power food!!!!

    Damn it... Now I'm craving some....

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygrl View Post
    I'd love that recipe if it's ok
    5 min baked beans:

    Ingredients


    - 1 cup chopped tomatoes ( or purée)
    - 1 can navy beans without salt
    - 1 teaspoon Mustard
    - 1 teaspoon coconut palm sugar ( or brown sugar)

    I sometimes add an onion or chopped herbs

    Instructions
    1. Put all in saucepan and bring to boil, simmer for 5 mins!

    Serves 4, each serve contains 6 g iron, 12g protein and 110calcium!

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    Baked beans are a twice weekly day care lunch staple.

    We aren't allowed to send leftovers and provided food must be in its original unopened packaging.

    Kind of narrows down the options so baked beans it is.

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