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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Baby Bel cheeses - the best high protein/calcium and no preservatives or additives cheese I've found in the supermarkets - plus apparently the wax coating helps them stay fresh out of the fridge for a few hours ( if you belong to costco I get a 22 pack for $14 which is only .65 cents per cheese)

    I made these yesterday - oat/banana cookies - I'm sure someone on here posted the recipe - they don't look overly fancy but DS inhaled them, took 60 seconds to make !

    1 packet instant oats/porridge ( I use Marco organic oats)
    1 medium banana mashed well
    Sprinkle of desicated coconut flakes

    Mix together and place cookie size dollops on baking tray and bake in 180 oven for 15 minutes- that's it!
    ( I sprinkled over some chia seeds before putting in oven )
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    Yum! Can you tell me how many grams a pack of quick oats is? I have a big tub so I'll make these today

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    ok - this has inspired me.

    so this afternoon I am making

    - zuccini and carrot fritters
    - salmon patties
    - apricot and date bliss balls.

    will post some photo's after .... as well as the taste results when DD tries them

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    34g per pack - I just used 1 pack with a medium sized banana to see if it worked and that was a perfect ratio! I just put in a very small handful of coconut - I'll make a bigger batch this afternoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Baby Bel cheeses - the best high protein/calcium and no preservatives or additives cheese I've found in the supermarkets - plus apparently the wax coating helps them stay fresh out of the fridge for a few hours ( if you belong to costco I get a 22 pack for $14 which is only .65 cents per cheese)

    I made these yesterday - oat/banana cookies - I'm sure someone on here posted the recipe - they don't look overly fancy but DS inhaled them, took 60 seconds to make !

    1 packet instant oats/porridge ( I use Marco organic oats)
    1 medium banana mashed well
    Sprinkle of desicated coconut flakes

    Mix together and place cookie size dollops on baking tray and bake in 180 oven for 15 minutes- that's it!
    ( I sprinkled over some chia seeds before putting in oven )
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    oh - I just bought some oats to make these too


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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    I plan on trying these chicken & rice patties this week
    http://planningwithkids.com/2012/10/08/rice-patties/

    they sound good for lunchboxes. I'll post back when I make them if they were a hit or miss.
    Love the look of these!!!! I'm going to try with salmon on the weekend - these are great for nights when I make curry or stir fry - I'll just make extra rice and use the protein/veggies I'm already using so they should work out quite cost effective

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    34g per pack - I just used 1 pack with a medium sized banana to see if it worked and that was a perfect ratio! I just put in a very small handful of coconut - I'll make a bigger batch this afternoon
    Great, they are in the oven! I think I made them too big. Hope they don't spread too much!

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    Are they supposed to be hard? Mine are still a bit soft on the bottom. Yummy though.

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    Yeah mine were like a soft cookie? Harder on the bottom but quite light inside!

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    I'll cook the next batch a bit longer I think. Yummy though!

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