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not a question jst a helpful tip

Wen makin fresh hmemade dinners make extra and freeze them so wen the baby is born all u have 2 do is take it out the nyt b4 and heat it up ;-)
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Great tip! Thanks for sharing :)
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I'll be doing that this time! I didn't last time because it was just DH and I eating, so we could just get something quick, but now we have a 3 year old so he definitely needs to eat! Haha, stupid question (I've never done this before haha) do you bake it after frozen?? Would you still bake it at the same temperature?
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I've done this with both my girls, great tip for weaning is cook up lots of different vegetables and fruit mash them and put them in an ice cube tray to freeze! So you can pop out and pick a different veg everyday or mix and match. KTowne - no you just to defrost in the fridge the night before or in microwave
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If its sumthing ud bake 2 start wiv then yes bake it again at same temp makin sure its pipin hot all the way thro.....most of mine i cook in the saucepan so i wil reheat the same way. I neva dne it last tym but as i have 2 other children i thought it wud b a gud idea....i got at least a wks worth and was goin 2 do sum more this wk but im bein induced wed due 2 liver problems (OC). So i wil have 2 make do eiv wot iv got 4 tym bein.....
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