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    Inspire me, what's something really easy and quick to make that doesn't leave a huge pile of washing up? Bonus points if it will yield leftovers for tomorrow's lunch.

    And DS can't have eggs or tomatoes.

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    Pizza.
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    BBQ.

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    Oh cr@p, I clearly didn't read your post properly!!

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    Meatloaf!

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    Wraps, or sandwiches/rolls.

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    Hot dogs

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    Default CBF cooking dinner

    Stirfry all u need is a chopping board, frypan, knife and the plates you eat off.

    Anything in a slow cooker, shanks, pot roast, apricot chicken, etc

    Those new frozen pasta dishes called one pan are delicious and I am not a fan of frozen foods.

    Burgers are good and quick same as jacket potatoes with garlic butter sliced ham and cheese and sour cream.

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    Soup. Throw all your veg into a pot, bring to boil, let simmer, blend if you want it smooth texture. Done.

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    fish fingers and takeaway chips
    Beans on toast
    rice noodles, kidney/butter beans/chickpeas and whatever veg/salad is in the fridge

    **Nothing spells as goof as typo splats**

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    One of our Favourite not so healthy but easy meals is nachos.
    Corn chips on a baking tray, tin of crushed tomatoes poured over top (we add chilli,capsicum,onion,garlic but you can leave all that out if you want ti make it super quick). Grate some carrot,zucchini or whatever veg are in the fridge (just use your veggie peeler for thin strips is you don't want to bother washing the grater), sprinkle with cheese. Pop in the oven until cheese it melted . Yum!
    Had this for lunch today actually.


 

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