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    This is an example of DD's lunch; boiled egg, cold pasta, mini tomatoes, cubed cheese, grapes, nectarine, homemade banana muffin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danik View Post
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    This is an example of DD's lunch; boiled egg, cold pasta, mini tomatoes, cubed cheese, grapes, nectarine, homemade banana muffin.
    Can I come live with you please? That looks incredibly appealing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by risfaerie View Post
    Can I come live with you please? That looks incredibly appealing.
    It's pretty easy to pull it together and that's important to me. I cook things in batches and they either keep for a few days or I freeze them. I boil up some eggs, cook some chicken sausages and chicken breast on the BBQ, bake a batch of apple piklets/banana muffins/cupcakes. I'm not one to spend much time in the kitchen and all these things are quick and easy to make. I think it's also about bite sized pieces, variety and colour. And I don't mind her eating a bit of sugar, as long as I've made it at home and from scratch.

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    DS goes to preschool and they are pretty strict with food, no processed or junky foods and no drinks other than water. They are encouraged to eat their fruit first and then anything else.

    Yesterday he had
    A bananna and an apple
    Some yoghurt
    A piece of zucchini slice and some cherry tomatoes
    Some home made pumpkin dip and rice crackers

    I struggle on preschool days as it looks like so much food, but he is always starving when he gets home and really asking for dinner.

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    My daughter started prep this week. We pack a completely nude lunch box with no pre packaged foods. I also love bento style and usually make her food pretty.

    This week for fruit she's been having grapes and watermelon flowers along with a homemade mango yogurt squeezy pouch. Then in her lunchbox she also has a wholemeal sandwich (she's chosen to have it cut in a loveheart shape) with either ham or cream cheese and 2 days she's had fresh popped popcorn in a reusable snack bag and today she chose to have homemade banana bread.

    She hasn't been coming home with anything left but said she's not hungry for more either.


 

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