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what are you giving your dcs for tea. i am stumped. need some inspiration.

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nowwearefour Thu 28-Aug-08 16:44:03

they have aready had a main meal today but didnt eat it too well so kind of want something with some protein in it ifposs....

thebecster Thu 28-Aug-08 16:46:22

Erm... Truthfully, DS will be getting a peanut butter sandwich blush And some fruit and a yoghurt. He had a main meal at lunch. (Well, it does have protein in it...)

Welsh rarebit? Pasta tuna bake? Will watch thread myself as should probably try a bit harder at teatime on work days...

saltire Thu 28-Aug-08 16:49:55

well mine are having sausages and chips. If I get the chance to cook them, what with them coming in and out constantly

nowwearefour Thu 28-Aug-08 17:01:09

Yes thanks welsh rarebit is an idea. mine had sausages and chips 3 times last week for one reason or another (v unusual might i add!) so prob sohuldnt give it for anoyher week or so. but v nice!

boogeek Thu 28-Aug-08 17:02:50

We are having "basmati rice" - rice cooked with turmeric and cumin then mixed in with peas, prawns, sliced almonds, sultanas, onion, maybe some chickpeas and anything else I find in the cupboard. V quick as we are just in, and they hoover it.

RhinestoneCowgirl Thu 28-Aug-08 17:05:09

If DS has had cooked lunch I tend to give him a sarnie for tea - is that terrible? I usually add some veggie sticks to make myself feel better about a balanced meal.

He is 2 btw

Majeika Thu 28-Aug-08 17:05:49

Eggy bread and salad

Beans on toast

Pancakes with cheese and ham

Egg and soldiers

nowwearefour Thu 28-Aug-08 17:12:02

brilliant ideas in here. thanks so much. they are 1 and 3. all ideas v suitable. thankuou.i usually do give sarnies but want to vary it sometimes esp if they didnt eat wel at lunchtime coz i tried to give them something new (only quiche and baked potatoes!)

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