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What do you usually serve for lunch when your child has a friend over for a play date?


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9 months ago
Fruit, sandwiches with various fillings (ham/cheese, turkey/cheese, vegemite) and some small treats like cookies.

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9 months ago
Whatever we would normally have - sandwiches/wraps and fruit?

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10 months ago
My kids are a little older, but I send them all down to get hot chips. Gives them something to do too.

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10 months ago
Does the child’s mum know you do this ?

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10 months ago
You’re a lazy mum

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10 months ago
Yes, most of us mums all do the same - much more relaxing than having to make something at home.

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10 months ago
It depends on the child. For instance my son has a friend who doesn’t have pork so we serve beef sausage rolls. My daughter has a friend who is vegetarian so we do a vegetarian pizza. My other son has friends who don’t have any special dietary requirements so they can have hot dogs. And I put out some fruit and some chips or crackers and dip.

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10 months ago
Thanks , no special dietary requirements for any of the kids iv got coming over luckily. One of my own kids is allergic to nuts but iv never served any kids nuts just in case

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10 months ago
I would ask the parents to supply food
Not going to accommodate to religious and picky eaters
Fuck that mate

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10 months ago
Why not just serve what you’d normally make for your own child/children for lunch. (Taking into account any allergies etc.) It’s not that hard.

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10 months ago
My kids like having leftovers from the previous days dinner for lunch, they’re not fans of sandwiches or sausage rolls/ pies or those kinds of typical lunch things. but I’m not sure how I feel serving other kids leftovers .