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    Creamy chicken, mushroom, pea and broccoli pasta. It was yum! DD made a giant mess with the spaghetti but seemed to be enjoying herself!

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    BBQ chicken, veges and gravy with garlic/cheese "pizza"

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    I may have posted this last time?? Can't remember .... Anyway salmon patties with steamed veg. Always a winner

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    And this is mine - recovering from jaw surgery ... But I feel like the big kid with my veg mash!! Haha

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    Banana, blueberries & yoghurt blocks. Great afternoon treat

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    Tonighr was a bit of a whatever's in fridge night!!

    Miss 3 wanted a little of all 3
    Little scrambled egg, broccoli and egg noodles she ate the lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Banana, blueberries & yoghurt blocks. Great afternoon treat

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    Thay look great. Do you just blend all 3 together and freeze?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsLA View Post
    Thay look great. Do you just blend all 3 together and freeze?
    Yes It actually has a bit of water in it to as I'd made myself a smoothie with banana,blueberries and water and had leftover so added a dollop of yoghurt for them and froze them. If I was making them just for the boys I would have omitted the water.... I just hate waste so use up everything I can

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    Lamb kebabs with baby spinach and pinenut couscous

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    They haven't had couscous before - I'll see how it goes!!

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    I've been relying quite a bit on leftovers from the freezer and whatever's in the fridge as I've been crazy busy.

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    Last night was savoury mince 'pies' with sweet potato mash on top:
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    Since rediscovering vol au vants they've been handy for the occasional quick meal!

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    Love vol au vents as well! So versitile. We often have them with a cheesey tuna/rice/corn filling

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