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    I make hummus with no oil in it, just lemon juice, chickpeas, smoked paprika, garlic and a bit of water to thin it. The kids love to eat it with crackers or carrot sticks.

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    Omigod - that looks delish. I am GF so it is good for me!
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    I've been making this recipe up lately (http://www.stayathomemum.com.au/reci...apricot-slice/)because my DD was begging for slice to take to kinder because her kinder friends had slice in their lunch box.

    There is another raw date slice on the same site as well.

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    Mummy of Max 2 from donor eggs from my lovely sister.

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    Not very healthy but if I have overripe bananas to use up I wrap them in puff pastry, pinch ends closed then bake. Very yummy and easy.

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    I'm going back old school & making sweet potato, carrot & garlic mash tonight. Trying to get more veges in!

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    I just made some cheese crackers for DS who doesn't drink milk or eat cheese. He loves dry and crunchy food so this is just perfect.

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    1 cup shredded cheese
    3/4 cup flour
    60 gr cold butter cut into cubes
    Seasoning to your taste, i normally add garlic powder and dried herbs for more calcium
    All into a mini processor or blender, pulse till form a ball
    Wrap in plastic sheet into the fridge for 1 hour
    Roll out thin, cut to any shape you like
    10-15 mins in 180 degree preheated oven or until slightly golden
    Chuck on a plate to cool

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