DD is having roast chicken and rice.
She eats earlier than we do so I don't mind making something different for her.
She's going trough quite a plain eating phase so whatever she has is usually sauceless. Sometimes I make it that night for her, sometimes it is leftovers from our dinner the night before and sometimes it is something I have made weeks ago and defrosted.
Her veggies are usually eaten raw throughout the day.
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19-08-2013 17:34 #11Senior Member
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19-08-2013 17:36 #12
We all eat the same. Leftover meatloaf tonight.
19-08-2013 17:38 #13
I am doing Michelle bridges at the moment and so I do cook separately for the kids sometimes.
My kids eat a lot of veges but I would like it to be more. I usually hide ones they don't eat in mince and make rissoles or some mince dish with rice or pasta.
19-08-2013 17:51 #14
Steak and a super salad with quinoa. He eats everything we eat no exception loves hot food so do we. When I did MB 12 WBT DH & DS loves the food they helped select the meals and loved them.
19-08-2013 17:55 #15
Last night my kids had chicken nuggets & corn on the cob! It's there favourite veg! Tonight we had spaghetti bog with hidden veg!
19-08-2013 17:55 #16
Red lentil curry accompanied by kale and parsley smoothies, all home-made of course.
Just joking, it's pizza night Of all the nights to ask!
19-08-2013 17:58 #17
Shepherds pie here tonight. Even 9mth old DS actually ate some for once. It had celery, carrot, zucchini and potato in it.
19-08-2013 18:01 #18
The kids are having baked beans in toast so I can put them to bed super early after a huge weekend.
This does not happen often we almost always eat altogether. DD8 and DD5 eat all veges (except mushrooms for DD8), DS 2.5 is pretty picky still but loves potato, carrot, corn and broccoli.
19-08-2013 19:38 #19
*hangs head in shame*
DS1 had an English muffin with peanut butter, followed by strawberries and cheese.
I had made pumpkin risotto, but he wouldn't have a bar of it. I'm still not at the 'tough love' stage of making him go hungry if he doesn't eat the first choice.
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19-08-2013 19:42 #20
We had "satay chicken" it was really yummy and the boys loved it.
I kinda made it up, did it in the slow cooker with onion, zuchinni, celery, sweet potato, carrot and broccoli. Mixed some peanut butter with light coconut milk and chicken stock and threw it all in the slow cooker. Turned out well!
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