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    Does everyone send what they like in lunchboxes? I’m obviously not talking peanut butter sandwiches or Nutella sandwiches but could I make DS chocolate muffins or like choc chip cookies and that be ok do you think? Or is that sort of stuff not ok?
    Going from daycare which was so restricted to school is confusing lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Does everyone send what they like in lunchboxes? I’m obviously not talking peanut butter sandwiches or Nutella sandwiches but could I make DS chocolate muffins or like choc chip cookies and that be ok do you think? Or is that sort of stuff not ok?
    Going from daycare which was so restricted to school is confusing lol.
    Honestly you can send what you want unless the kindy/school will send home food restrictions that affect others. Tomorrow ds2 in his lunch bag has the following. 1/2 Lebanese cucumber, 10 strawberries, ham/cheese/lettuce sandwiches, 2 packs chips, 1 piece of brownie and 2 bacon/cheese muffins. He will walk in the door at 3.27om and say I’m hungry you didn’t pick enough food for me

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    Yikes.

    I must starve my kid, although looking at him suggests otherwise.

    At school he gets:
    A sandwich
    A piece of fruit (or 2 depending on what it is)
    Crackers/biscuits of some sort: salads, jatz, shapes, lesnak, potato stix (like chips but claim to be free from a number of things)
    Something dairy. Dip/cheese/yoghurt
    And sometimes a treat: usually something we've baked but usually full of sugar and chocolate 🤦‍♀️ choc balls, cupcake, muffin, slice etc.

    He can bring most home Some days 🤷‍♀️

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    I send similar @shadowangel and it’s a rare day that he eats it all at school. He’s far to busy talking during their 10min eating time. I make him eat what’s left over before he gets afternoon tea (their lunchboxes are in the fridge).

    DS (7) gets:

    Sandwich (usually honey, sometimes ham & cheese)
    Fruit
    Carrot sticks or capsicum sticks
    Muffin if I’ve baked or crackers etc. Today’s was a mix of pretzels, choc wafer biscuits and banana chips.

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    I only sent my 5 year old daughter with a Baker’s Delight hi-fibre low-gi roll with ham, cheese, and lettuce, some grapes, cut up cucumber, a cheese stick, and a small pot of yoghurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    Yikes.

    I must starve my kid, although looking at him suggests otherwise.

    At school he gets:
    A sandwich
    A piece of fruit (or 2 depending on what it is)
    Crackers/biscuits of some sort: salads, jatz, shapes, lesnak, potato stix (like chips but claim to be free from a number of things)
    Something dairy. Dip/cheese/yoghurt
    And sometimes a treat: usually something we've baked but usually full of sugar and chocolate 🤦‍♀️ choc balls, cupcake, muffin, slice etc.

    He can bring most home Some days 🤷‍♀️
    I just re read should be ds1 not ds2. Ds1 is 13 in a few months and eats me out of house and home hence why i send heaps of food

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    My 11yo DD has a massive appetite it seems!! She is only tiny though which is weird.

    Today is a turkey cranberry and sprouts wholemeal sandwich. Cut up cucumber. Dried apple slices. Squeeze yogurt. Bliss ball. Belvita Mini bites. Small piece of ANZAC slice.

    It is also her birthday so she will have a donut from her donut cake.


 

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