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Packed lunch for 10 month year old

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bessyboop Tue 28-Jun-11 21:03:44

Hi, DD2 loves her food - she'll tackle anything :-) Am back in work full time now, and send her to the childminder. Any ideas of what kind of different lunches I could send with her? I tend to just to a big batch of sunday roast leftovers, and some fruit. The childminder giver her toast or yoghurt as a mid morning snack ... She eats the sunday lunch, no probs - but would like to send a variety of lunches really. But am a bit stuck on ideas. Help please :-) TIA x

TittyBojangles Tue 28-Jun-11 21:25:10

How about making a batch of pattie-type things. So, little burgers, sweetcorn fritters, fish cakes, vegetable patties. Mix stuff with mash/egg/flour and fry. Easy peasy.

Quiche/omelettes?

TheArmadillo Tue 28-Jun-11 21:28:15

sandwiches/cucumber/pepper

oatcakes/cheese/raisins/apple

cold pasta in tomato sauce maybe with extras like peas/ham

cold pasta with tuna mayonaise and sweetcorn/spring onion

cold sliced omlette (can add cheese/peas/leftover veg) and then cucumber/pepper on the side

thisisyesterday Tue 28-Jun-11 21:29:35

do you cook in the evening? if so i'd just send her with sandwiches and stuff and let her eat her main meal with you afterwards?

memphis83 Tue 28-Jun-11 21:32:57

My ds likes quiche and egg mayo sandwiches, pasta? raisins? flapjacks?

bessyboop Wed 29-Jun-11 09:24:51

Thanks! Never thought of sending her with an omelette... Could do that, easy to do.
We have an evening meal - but sometimes she misses this if we are running late, as she is ready to go to bed at 6pm. I just give her a quick snack before bed if that happens. So I'd rather send a 'meal' instead of a sandwich etc.

The childminder makes the other mindees some lunch, but it's usually waffles, fish finger and beans - she never makes pasta/veg etc - which is a shame. But it's convinient for her - and she's a great childminder - so I don't mind sending a packed lunch in with DD2.

Thanks all!

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