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    Tomorrow's lunch:
    Salmon taco ( left over from tonight's dinner, salmon, cheese, lettuce ) apricot, grapes, coconut chips, babybel, cacao bliss balls, baby capsicum and cucumber
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    Brioche bun with cheese & Berliner
    Crackers
    babybell
    Capsicum
    Pear
    Sultanas

    Morning tea is banana and popcorn
    Crunch & sip is watermelon and some extra pear

    Today is the last day of Berliner sandwiches lol next time I won't buy such a large quantity! Tomorrow DS will have cream cheese & smoked salmon, one of his faves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Tomorrow's lunch:
    Salmon taco ( left over from tonight's dinner, salmon, cheese, lettuce ) apricot, grapes, coconut chips, babybel, cacao bliss balls, baby capsicum and cucumber
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    How old are your kids? They eat such a huge variety of foods! I'm impressed also I love the idea of bliss balls! What do you put in them? I'm thinking of making some with coconut, oats, date and cacao...

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    How old are your kids? They eat such a huge variety of foods! I'm impressed also I love the idea of bliss balls! What do you put in them? I'm thinking of making some with coconut, oats, date and cacao...
    Just DS, he's 6 , I'm lucky as he's always just eaten what we have and as I don't eat meat he's big on seafood and veggies , those bliss balls I actually stole from my sister who made a big batch yesterday but they are easy - just chuck all in a food processor and blitz and roll! ( just keep in container in the fridge)
    2cups desiccated coconut
    2 cups pitted dates
    1/3 cup cacao powder
    ( sometimes she also throws in chia or sesame seeds or anything healthy really!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Just DS, he's 6 , I'm lucky as he's always just eaten what we have and as I don't eat meat he's big on seafood and veggies , those bliss balls I actually stole from my sister who made a big batch yesterday but they are easy - just chuck all in a food processor and blitz and roll! ( just keep in container in the fridge)
    2cups desiccated coconut
    2 cups pitted dates
    1/3 cup cacao powder
    ( sometimes she also throws in chia or sesame seeds or anything healthy really!)
    Thanks for the recipe! I'll try that out!
    I wish my kids ate whatever we were eating! It would save having to make 2 different dinners every night! But they are pretty good. The main thing they won't eat is salad so I have to cut up veggies for them separately.

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    Today's lunch box:

    Smoked salmon & cream cheese sandwich
    Steamed corn
    Capsicum
    Apple
    Sultanas

    Morning tea was a banana and oat bar

    Crunch & sip was a nectarine and strawberries

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    Today's lunch:
    Falafel and tabouli wrap
    Pineapple, baby capsicum, baby cucumber, sultanas, babybel and mini rice cakes

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    This is my 'forgot to make anything' lunch. Muffin & chicken strips still frozen, veg chopped and added.

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    I'm already running out of ideas !!

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