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Freeandsinglewater Tue 15-Mar-16 17:34:00

I've just cooked a lovely and healthy meal, from scratch! And DS won't touch it. Yes, the bread is homemade.

He is 3.
The reason it's too, red.

brew

Sirzy Tue 15-Mar-16 17:34:40

What is in the cup?

NarcyCow Tue 15-Mar-16 17:35:03

Put it on different plates.

Or give it to me, I'm starving and it looks lovely.

NeedACleverNN Tue 15-Mar-16 17:35:10

That is a lot of red to me too grin

SpaceDinosaur Tue 15-Mar-16 17:36:54

Bloody delicious. Put it on non red plates!

GibbousHologram Tue 15-Mar-16 17:38:19

Is that prawns?!??

Ginmakesitallok Tue 15-Mar-16 17:39:11

Looks OK to me. What's the bread?

Freeandsinglewater Tue 15-Mar-16 17:40:12

Yes, it's prawn cocktail with a nice salad, and homemade bread with sun dried tomatoes in it.

Inside the cup is toasted seeds.

Well if your in the southwest....... And I do hate to see food wasted.

ctjoy103 Tue 15-Mar-16 17:40:13

You can try changing the plates. Also the portion sizes are too huge, he may be put off /not hungry if it's too much at once.

SavoyCabbage Tue 15-Mar-16 17:42:14

It's far too big I think.

WorraLiberty Tue 15-Mar-16 17:42:42

It looks gorgeous

But size-wise, it's the amount I would eat for dinner.

Perhaps the amount is a bit off putting for a 3 year old?

GibbousHologram Tue 15-Mar-16 17:43:32

Would he normally eat it? I'd rip your arm off for it but only the bread would stand any chance of getting past my 3yo. And even that would be a risk as it's got bits in.

Ifailed Tue 15-Mar-16 17:45:29

That's for a 3 yo? far, far too much.

PirateJones Tue 15-Mar-16 17:45:30

Looks lovely.grin
Making my hungry, but about half the size would be about right for a 3 year old, with more if he asks.

Freeandsinglewater Tue 15-Mar-16 17:45:53

Yes, normally he will eat like a pig. I've put it on a different and smaller plate.

Nope.

So one nice meal free to a hungry MN.

mamapants Tue 15-Mar-16 17:46:32

I wouldn't eat that either it doesn't look appetising to me. But everyone else seems to think it looks nice

HermioneJeanGranger Tue 15-Mar-16 17:46:44

It looks delicious, but I wouldn't expect a 3yo to eat it. Could you half the portion size and separate the food out so he can try things individually?

ctjoy103 Tue 15-Mar-16 17:48:59

Are you serious op? Is that portion size what he usually eats? Both plates? That would be lunch and dinner for me.

Allalonenow Tue 15-Mar-16 17:49:29

Put it on a white plate, half a portion of it, call it some different name, forget about the bread and the seeds for now.

I love prawn cocktail smile

BillSykesDog Tue 15-Mar-16 17:51:30

The prawn stuff looks lovely. That bread looks rank though. Wouldn't touch it myself, looks like you could hammer nails with it.

Freeandsinglewater Tue 15-Mar-16 17:52:12

hermine he's eaten this meal before.

Now he's told me he's not hungry.
I give up, he's been a little shit all day, by NOT listening. It took 3 hours to put his toys away this morning, and generally being jerk/ass.

It's too early for wine?

MinecraftyMum Tue 15-Mar-16 17:54:18

Since when has defrosting prawns and chopping up a lettuce been 'cooking'? confused grin

TakesTwoToTango Tue 15-Mar-16 17:55:34

Uh oh! My ds will also often eat large portions of allowed, but if he ever totally refused to eat, we know the vomiting will commence within a few hours...

Ginmakesitallok Tue 15-Mar-16 17:58:02

Minecrafty - saying what others are thinking but too polite to say. (Op- you need a decent bread recipe)

Iggi999 Tue 15-Mar-16 17:59:53

Well my toddler is currently eating crisps for tea as I couldn't take the crying anymore so I cannot in all conscience advise.

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