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food you can prepare in advance?

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sansissu Thu 04-Jun-15 13:27:18

DS, 6 months starts nursery in a couple of weeks and has to take prepared food. I'm trying baby led weaning, but can't cook. Today I messed up steamed broccoli and sweet potato (went to mush). What foods (single foods, not recipes) can be chopped /cooked ready to eat and packed up without going horrible and brown before mealtimes? E.g. Is there a way of getting avocado to keep once chopped? Will steamed sweet potato be OK if I make it the night before?

BathshebaDarkstone Thu 04-Jun-15 13:32:49

Add lemon juice to avocado. Steamed sweet potato's fine kept in the fridge overnight. I always made DS's packed lunches the night before, I don't understand why anyone does it in the morning! I have myself and 2 DC to get ready, breakfast to make, someone has the inevitable tantrum...

ElleDubloo Fri 05-Jun-15 20:35:18

Strawberries and blueberries - no need to chop or cook
Baby courgettes - no need to skin or chop
Baby corn
Strips of chicken
Fusilli
Cheese, chopped into sticks

squizita Sat 06-Jun-15 11:46:36

Use soft "danish" bread and make cream cheese or egg mayo butties.

sansissu Sun 07-Jun-15 11:48:28

Brilliant ideas, thanks everyone!

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