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    Eggy bread & Mayo

    My little one is 15 months and I've started giving her sandwiches.
    What do you guys use as fillings? Can you use mayo? Been thinking about making my own.
    Brown or white bread? I've been giving brown bread toast so far.

    Has anyone tried eggy bread?

    Any ideas would be great!

    Thanks
    Kathy

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    jam
    peanut butter
    ham sandwich
    cheese (or ham & cheese)
    bacon
    smoked turkey
    roast chicken

    i've always put a little mayo...but i don't make egg salad as i can't stomach eggs myself, but my kids LOVE french toast

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    Yes - to eggy bread especially with a little ketchup to dip it in.

    avocado
    cheese

    just try anything

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    Hi

    Sorry to highjack the post but it is a related question ...

    What else can I serve my 21 month old for lunch as I now only want to give him one proper hot meat meal for his evening meal (we used to give him another hot meal for lunch too - soup or another meat meal)? I am currently doing sandwiches and fruit or toast and fruit. Any other ideas? [PS he has cereal and fruit for breakfast]

    What is eggy bread?? French toast?

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    Last edited by starbucks2; 11-10-2009 at 08:10 PM.

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    mac & cheese
    left overs (big in our house!)
    soup & toast
    omelette

    we just do whatever is easy in the fridge... my youngest LOVES salad!

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    Sandwich Fillings: (Besides what Cara mentioned)
    BLT
    Tomato and Cheese
    Butter and Jam
    Grilled Cheese
    Cucumber
    Left overs


    Lunch options: Noodles, Pasta (Hot or in salad), Fried rice (Egg or/ and vegetables), chicken nuggets (Homemade), Different types of beans with toast, vegetable cutlets (Homemade), Cous cous, Quinoa, Chinese dumplings etc etc.

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    (he he... i hate tomatoes, too! can't even cut the darned things! eww.....)

    ah, yes, my kids LOVE dumplings...
    and sausages

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    Geomum, can you share your vegetable cutlet recipe? My boy will eat any kind of fruit...as long as its dried and nearly all types of veg...as long as they're hidden :P.
    Proud Mama to Kian Danyaal 08.12.2007 & Adara Michelle 10.10.2009

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