Win a Mixed Fruit Hamper – Ends 29th January

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  • #18887

    Anonymous

    Bulk out meals like bolognese, chilli, casseroles with some red lentils, they are cheap, cook down well so won’t be “seen” by any fussy eaters – makes your ingredients go a lot further

    #18895

    Anonymous

    to cook in batches and freeze extra portions

    #18896

    Anonymous

    Whenever making sauces/casseroles for dinner, always cook a double quantity and freeze half. In the case of meals like lasagne, simply freeze the mince and cheese sauce separately and defrost on the day for a quick but freshly assembled meal

    #18905

    Anonymous

    My son and I often make cakes together and I do my best to let him do everything he can without my help as it teaches him independance

    #18911

    Anonymous

    never leave things on an argument

    #18919

    Anonymous

    Write a list when doing the weekly food shop and meal plan

    #18921

    Anonymous

    make up some casseroles and freeze half so you always have some food in the freezer ready for thawing

    #18922

    Anonymous

    keep spare clothes for baby and you when out & about

    #18926

    Anonymous

    If your child won’t eat a certain food – keep trying! Our son was mega-fussy for a year and it drove me crazy, but now he’s a pretty good eater with a varied diet.

    #19191

    Anonymous

    Follow the 5 minute rule, if a job takes just 5 minutes, do it then and there rather than let it build up and take hours!!!

    #19212

    Anonymous

    Cook extra portions & freeze so you can have meals already for another day

    #19213

    Anonymous

    I think I put doen the wrong username of jacqroberts. Never use jars always make your own food if possible.

    #19214

    Anonymous

    Buy in bulk, cook in bulk and fill the freezer!

    #19215

    Anonymous

    Shop around – don’t just buy everything from the same supermarket. Market stalls, just before closing time are brilliant for picking up bargains.

    #19216

    Anonymous

    Just get organised and be prepared for any event

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