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      Recipes — School Lunches

      St. Patrick's Day Cookies

      St. Patrick's Day Cookies

      I love how quick and easy these St. Patrick’s Day Chocolate Chip Cookies are to make and they are the perfect, yummy treat to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with! These choc chip cookies also make great lunchbox fillers and on-the-go snacks - you can freeze leftovers for up to 3 months. 

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      Avocado, Oat & Chocolate Muffins

      Avocado, Oat & Chocolate Muffins

      I love how healthy and easy these Avocado, Oat and Chocolate Muffins are to make! Adding vegetables into sweet muffin recipes adds richness of flavour as well as being a healthier source of sugars. The avocado in this healthy muffin recipe adds a delicious creaminess without taking away from the chocolatey flavours! Enjoy warm with a cup of tea or take on-the-go for a snack!

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      Thai Red Prawn Curry - Mummy Cooks

      Thai Prawn Red Curry

      This quick and simple Thai Prawn Red Curry is the perfect dish for any occasion. Not only is it filled with lots of vegetables and packed full of flavour, it is baby-friendly, so the whole family can enjoy it! Serve fresh with rice, lime and coriander.

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      Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

      Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

      Pinwheels can be prepared ahead of time either cooked through and then served cold or cooked on the morning of school and added to a warm food flask. They are the perfect alternative to a sandwich. Switch it up using different cheeses (just make sure they melt like a Cheddar). 

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      Bagel Topping Ideas For Kids

      Bagel Topping Ideas For Kids

      Bagels are usually only served freshly toasted. But I have a genius way of keeping them warm in our food flask but not letting them go soggy. Why not change it up each time by choosing a different combination of spread and toppings.  

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      Corn on the Cob

      Corn on the Cob

      Veggies are almost always the most difficult to get into a lunchbox. So instead of carrot sticks why not add warm corn on the cob to your child’s food flask. They will be the envy of the class! 

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