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    mmm, looking tasty!

    I keep forgetting to take pictures. Today my 12 month old had
    Breakfast - cheese on rye toast, scrambled egg with pepper, cucumber, loquat
    Lunch - leftovers of gravlax (cured salmon), broccoli with mustard sauce & jacket potatoes
    Afternoon tea - bocconcini, sultanas & a cracker
    Dinner - satay veg & a few prawns

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    @CookingMonster
    broccoli, spinach & bacon risotto sounds like a delicious combination. Will have to try that some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
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    broccoli, spinach & bacon risotto sounds like a delicious combination. Will have to try that some time.
    Yes it was lovely. It was a 'what's left in the fridge' kind of meal but turned out to be a good combo. Dd loves broccoli so I knew she'd enjoy it.
    Your meals sound lovely I'd love to be eating that too!

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    Wholemeal English muffins with cheese, tomato and mushroom plus cucumber sticks with homemade coriander, carrot and fetta dip. Another 'let's use everything in the fridge/freezer' meal

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    Oops photo didn't work

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
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    Chicken, mushroom & parsley sausages with mashed potato, herb sautéed(sp?) onion & fresh tomato (at DSs request) not the super most healthiest meal and yes my kids have had sausages twice this week (I know bad mumma )

    Are you serious!? Not a bad mumma at all thats a nice hearty meal for a kid. And heck my dd's dinner last night consisted of 2 minute mi goring noodles. Atleast yours had veggies in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeySeeMonkeyDo View Post
    Are you serious!? Not a bad mumma at all thats a nice hearty meal for a kid. And heck my dd's dinner last night consisted of 2 minute mi goring noodles. Atleast yours had veggies in it

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    When I was in the first tri and feeling tired all the time, I would add vegies to the noodles for dd and it made me feel better

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    My DD certainly has her days! We were out yesterday and she had hot chips for lunch (refused to eat the meal I ordered her and stole the chips instead!) and today we're having a BBQ so she'll have sausage for dinner. She eats really well 90% of the time so I figure it's fine!!

    I did another batch cook today - spinach, pumpkin and ricotta "lasagne" done a bit differently - got the idea from Jamie Oliver's show. DD taste tested it and wanted to eat the whole thing!

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    The finished product had cheese on the top and baked in the oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    My DD certainly has her days! We were out yesterday and she had hot chips for lunch (refused to eat the meal I ordered her and stole the chips instead!) and today we're having a BBQ so she'll have sausage for dinner. She eats really well 90% of the time so I figure it's fine!!

    I did another batch cook today - spinach, pumpkin and ricotta "lasagne" done a bit differently - got the idea from Jamie Oliver's show. DD taste tested it and wanted to eat the whole thing!

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    The finished product had cheese on the top and baked in the oven.
    I saw this episode the other night... does it taste good?

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    My DH made spaghetti bog ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1381649207.111669.jpg

    I give him an A for effort, he even hid puréed veg in. kidlets have had 2 bowl each.


 

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