dinner planning with small children

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miller2374

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Posted: 06 Nov 2012, 19:14
Anyone out there have small children and plan a weeks worth of healthy dinners on Sundays? I have a three year old and twins who are one and a half. They will eat healthy stuff, but the little ones, are not good with spoons so things like yogurt, soup, quinoa, are difficult right now. I would LOVE some ideas/recipes/tips on things to make (in advance wouldn't hurt either)that are healthy that we could all eat so I am not making multiple meals. Additional info, I am doing 1300/day calories with higher protein right now for myself to drop a few pounds but I am willing to adjust my portions sizes if wwe can all eat the same thing. Any help is appreciated



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