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Blw travelling cold food ideas required asap! Help!

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washingonawednesday Thu 22-Sep-11 18:39:01

Have to travel- no heating available- blw- what would you suggest to take to eat?

Breakfast, lunch and tea reqired for 2 days

8 months old- eats pretty much everything

I'll have a cold bag and cool packs but no fridge.

Eep! Causing me some stress!!


sittinginthesun Thu 22-Sep-11 18:41:21

Sift fruit is a doddle - bananas, obviously, apricots if you get then etc. Then lots of finger food, mini sandwiches are fine at that age. Cheese, pre cooked veggies...

sittinginthesun Thu 22-Sep-11 18:41:53

Soft fruit!!! Stupid iPhone.

ChristinedePizan Thu 22-Sep-11 18:43:10

Bread, houmous, bread sticks, yoghurt, cheese, fruit, veg sticks, hard boiled eggs, baked beans, canned tuna/mayo. You could also take a small amount of something cooked to take with you, enough for one meal (shepherds pie or whatever)

Tigresswoods Thu 22-Sep-11 18:44:08

Cheese, fruit, sandwiches, dried fruit, ham?, muffins (see sainsburys website for lively apple & carrot recipe)

Good luck

JiltedJohnsJulie Fri 23-Sep-11 10:15:23

Breadsticks, drop scones, pasta salad, omelette and if you can get them staffordshire oatcakes with cheese.

Hope you have a lovely trip.

curlykate99 Fri 23-Sep-11 16:22:07

Cheesey oatcakes - my favourite smile I think I was weaned on them (probably at 3m...). Why does the rest of the world not know about cheesey oatcakes??!

curlykate99 Fri 23-Sep-11 16:22:36


thesurgeonsmate Fri 23-Sep-11 16:31:29

Tin of sardines.

BikeRunSki Fri 23-Sep-11 16:36:24

I second drop scones and muffins - cheese/veg/ham as well as sweet.
Falafels always went down well with DS.
Small tins of beans.
Rice cakes
Those yoghurts in squeezy pouches
Dried fruit - apple rings

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