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    Default Meals for a new family

    A friend has had her little girl yesterday morning. Her plans were to come home today if she can so
    I thought I might make her some meals. Does anyone have any recommendations besides the usual pasta bakes (that's pretty much all I can think of)?

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    soup
    stir fry
    casserole
    spag bol
    tuna mornay or bake

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    Shepards pie
    Chicken or Beef stroganoff
    Hot Pot
    Savoury Mince
    Devilled sausages

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    Default Meals for a new family

    Lasagna
    Pumpkin soup
    Rissoles
    Minestrone

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    How about some snacks, I have a 9 day old DD and the things I've found invaluable are bananas, apples, lactation cookies, muffins, vitawheats/crackers and hommus/avocado, nuts. I don't know if she's breast feeding but I'm hungry constantly and can't always manage to get downstairs to heat up a meal, but have an array of easy/healthy snacks upstairs to keep me going until I get the chance.

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    Default Meals for a new family

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    How about some snacks, I have a 9 day old DD and the things I've found invaluable are bananas, apples, lactation cookies, muffins, vitawheats/crackers and hommus/avocado, nuts. I don't know if she's breast feeding but I'm hungry constantly and can't always manage to get downstairs to heat up a meal, but have an array of easy/healthy snacks upstairs to keep me going until I get the chance.
    Yay congrats on your precious girl! I've been looking out for an announcement from you x

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Yay congrats on your precious girl! I've been looking out for an announcement from you x
    Thanks lady! I've been meaning to get around to it but can't take my eyes off my babe long enough!

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    curry
    minestrone soup
    spinnach and ricotta canneloni
    fried rice
    lasagne
    items for dyi pizzas eg; cheese, ham, tomato paste, capsicum etc
    bread/ham/tomato - quick easy lunch item for toasted sangas

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    Love, love, love the getting milk and bread idea.

    Any meals would be great;

    are you freezing them or taking them there hot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    Thanks lady! I've been meaning to get around to it but can't take my eyes off my babe long enough!
    Don't blame you


 

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