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    Default Sandwich ideas.

    I'm really struggling!
    Ds isn't into tomato / lettuce combos and I don't really like to offer Deli meats (ham etc) too often.

    All I can think of is butter/vegemite and cheese/vegemite.

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    Default Sandwich ideas.

    Avocado and cheese
    Egg and lettuce
    Prawn and rocket
    Turkey, spinach and Swiss cheese
    Falafel and tabouli
    Chicken snitzel,Mayo and lettuce

    DS prefers mountain bread wraps to sandwiches or rice cakes

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    Cheesy coleslaw wraps but not to wet?
    Chicken, mild curried egg, does he like pickled cucumbers or relish? They can make plain old cheese interesting.
    DD likes all sorts in her lunchbox, how about a pasta or rice salad? Or just plan old everything in a box and pick out the bits you like? A quiche or mini-pizza with veggies and pineapple?

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    I do a roast (chicken, lamb, beef or pork) at least once a week so use the leftovers for cold meat with different accompaniments.
    Tinned tuna/salmon
    Egg (unless you egg free)
    Cheese, cucumber & grated carrot

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    Schnitty sanga ermerged *drool*

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    DD likes egg and lettuce or tuna. Otherwise it's cheese/tomato or jam.

    Because of this I tend not to make sandwiches though as I have the same problem, the fillings she eats just don't seem very fulfilling or nutritious.

    Instead I do things like, today she had home made tuna sushi, tomorrow will have left over spaghetti, last week had left over stew, zucchini slice, to break up the boring sandwich days.

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    Turkey breast, cranberry sauce, baby spinach, cucumber and tomato. My latest sandwich obsession

    (DS1 and DS3 eat this too, only DS2 wont)

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    tuna and mayo and curried egg are my kids fave atm

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    Turkey, cream cheese and cranberry sauce mmmm. Also cheese and avo, hommus & cheese, chicken breast and avo

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    I made a baked rice dish tonight (Ross il forn) and do you think a piece is suitable for DS's lunch?
    It has mince meat in it, so can he eat it cold? It wil be on a cold pack for 2hrs and 30min.


 

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