jediteacher wrote: »
Well today should have been a no spend day but it all fell apart. When I picked up my little one from the childminder I was told that she had been sick after eating her food. This is nothing new as although she's 18 months old she still suffers from reflux and she has a very delicate stomach (every so often it 'shuts down' and rejects all food). Also when she has a cold or a runny nose it makes the reflux worse and causes her to have an upset tummy. We were doing really well and hadn't had anything serious (we ended up in hospital last time) until today. As a result we need to go on a 'dry' diet to settle her tummy back down.
So, I had to go out and get her something other than the crackers we have at home. hopefully we've caught it in time and will be able to settle her tummy within a few days. :undecided
procrastinator wrote: »
Just thought I would share the dinner I made tonight. So many posts regarding extending (meat) mince I thought I would try it with veggie mince - I used realeat frozen soya mince. Quarter of pack with onions, carrots and mush (lightly fry these first) then added red lentils, oats, tin toms and stock cube. Also some sweetcorn that had been left in fridge. Simmer whilst waiting for tatoes to cook. Served with cabbage. Family decleared it delish. Only downside was it caught on bottom of pan, that never normally happens, have others found this? Do I need to be more vigilant. Had it on low heat.
mama67 wrote: »
I have found this since adding in oats. Just have to watch it a bit more carefully and maybe add a touch more liquid than normal, which the oats will soak up anyway.
gillaman wrote: »
Posted a message yesterday but can't see it now. Hope this message stays put!
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