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    Today's lunch, panko and Parmesan chicken tenders , babybel, mini rice cakes, olives, apricot, grapes, goji berries, baby capsicum and snow peas IMG_1485993207.597319.jpg

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    Default Show me your lunchbox 2017!!

    Recess - banana and popcorn
    Crunch & sip - rockmelon
    Lunch - toasted brioche with ham & cheese; carrots, corn and capsicum, and an oat snack bar

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    Default Show me your lunchbox 2017!!

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    My daughter just started prep. She's a fantastic eater. But most of it came back untouched.

    Are your kids eating the food you put in? If she didn't eat the strawberries I'm doubtful she's eat capsicum

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    These lunches look amazing, but there's no way my kids would eat any of that stuff after sitting in a lunchbox all morning. I started out packing lunches like these, but it would all come home because by the time it was time to eat their food would be gross. Now they eat mostly packet stuff at school because it doesn't go yuck.
    They have insulated bags with a large ice pack to keep them cold but still most days won't even eat the sandwich I've packed them for lunch because it's gone yuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazHazKidz View Post
    These lunches look amazing, but there's no way my kids would eat any of that stuff after sitting in a lunchbox all morning. I started out packing lunches like these, but it would all come home because by the time it was time to eat their food would be gross. Now they eat mostly packet stuff at school because it doesn't go yuck.
    They have insulated bags with a large ice pack to keep them cold but still most days won't even eat the sandwich I've packed them for lunch because it's gone yuck.
    What were you making that went yuk? Ours stays perfect, still cold even at 3pm , I put the whole bag in the fridge the night before when I make it, plus add a ice brick in the morning so it stays cool and fresh

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    Subbing. I think I need to get a planet box at some point. At home DD likes a 'pick plate' where I cut up all sorts of stuff (cheese, crackers, fruit etc), so she may be a good candidate for them. I'll see how she goes with what I pack.

    Last week I made pizza scrolls, cinnamon scrolls and chocolate cake to freeze, but she only eats the pizza scrolls (she's a weirdo and doesn't like chocolate).

    DD is odd in that at home she'll happily sit down to a meal of steak and salad or roast chicken/beef/lamb with veggies, and yet she doesn't like most typical sandwich fillings or normal snacks. I guess I have to just try different stuff and if she's hungry enough she'll eat it.

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    I think I might get DS a planetbox for next year too. He has a yumbox but I think it might get too small for next year. I figure I will get it mid year as well as his bag so I can spread out the expenses a bit.

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    My kids goes yuck too even after being on the fridge overnight and an icebrick.

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    Approximately 10% of it eaten today. Then she smashed it driving home in the car


 

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