Hates and bread type products.

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Posted by Jujubear79, 21st January 2019


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  • Make things wrapped in pastry or give dips and veggie sticks/healthy options



  • Quiche, zucchini slice, sausage rolls, selection of finger foods like cheese and biscuits or dip, ham / salami / cabana, cucumber, tomato. Muffins, pies with different types of fillings.



  • Cheese and bacon rolls, croissants, thermos and pop noodles inside, fried rice or a simple pasta.



  • Fruit, yoghurt, vegetables and dip, pikelets, crackers?



  • My daughter loves wraps or biscuits with cheese and vegimite.



  • I have just switched my son from sandwiches to wraps for school and he loves them. Wraps last a long time without goung stale or mouldy like bread does. There are lots of different flavours too that don’t taste like bread at all. I sometimes give him leftovers like stir fries, quiche or spaghetti Bolognese which he loves eating cold.



  • One of the recipes I came across on here suggested risotto balls – could be an interesting one?



  • My advice is give him rice with curry and snack made of eggs.you can give hi mashed avacodo with dates syrup as dessert during lunch which is tasty and healthy.you can make indian dishes like dosa or chapati etc…



  • Cheese, and cold meat with water biscuits to keep them full is what I do instead of sandwiches



  • Sushi, home made sausage rolls and pies, stir fries, noodles, soups



  • Wraps with chicken and salad are a great alternative to sandwiches!



  • I was going to make some suggestions but see that the previous comments have covered a lot of what I was going to say.



  • wraps, rolls, satay sticks bento style snack box



  • My kids love dumplings packed in a thermos jar so they’re still hot when they eat them at lunch time. You can buy them or if you can make them yourself so you can control the ingredients. I usually make mine with pork mince, grated carrot and cabbage. They’re also super quick to boil up in the morning.



  • Biscuits and dips, veggie sticks work with dip too.
    Quiches
    Pizzas
    Pin wheels
    Party pies and sausage rolls
    Fruit salad
    Garden salad
    Just for starts


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