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    Default What muffins/snacks are your kids eating? Including 1 yr old. (No nuts)

    Hi all, can you please tell me what your giving your kids.... Muffins, fritters, slices, etc.

    Recipes welcomed,

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    Ricotta pancakes, mini crust less quiche, frittata, crusty bread with Philadelphia cheese.

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    http://feedmemummy.blogspot.com.au/2...-pancakes.html

    These have been a big hit and can be made without a thermie by grating/chopping your veg

    He also has dried mango occasionally, rice cakes, steamed zucchini because he really loves it! Fruit.

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    homemade pikelets were always a hit with my 2 and ill be making them for my GS who is 1 in a few weeks..

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    Fruit pikelets, zucchini slice, apple pancakes, banana bread/muffins.

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    We all love this recipe: http://norecipes.com/recipe/chocolate-banana-bread/

    It is like a little bit of a treat but with only 1/4 of raw sugar, the chocolate chips and I replace the butter with coconut oil it's a lot healthier than most other chocolate cakes/muffins.

    This looks awesome too, but I'm yet to make it: http://thelifeofclare.com.au/apple-slice-3/

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