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Wednesday, August 31st 2011, 4:02pm

Clean food for plane journey

My twinkles won't eat sandwiches so I am looking for ideas for clean food to take on the plane. We are taking a short trip to Portugal next weekend and our flights both ways are over their usual meal times. I don't want to feed them junk and the pitta bread that I used to chuck at them in these situations no longer does the trick!
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ICSI December 2008 - chemical pregnancy
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Wednesday, August 31st 2011, 4:33pm

Pitta bread and humous, bread sticks, cucumber or carrot sticks, yoghuts and raisins worked too and apple (took him ages so a good distraction!) used to tied G over but Im not sure how long a flight to Portugal is? x



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Wednesday, August 31st 2011, 8:12pm

Almost anything made by organix. Those little packets of dried apricots and dried pineapple work well with my two. I must add that there is very little food that my little one can't make a mess with almost anything :happy: but we've never had a problem with the airlines complaining! IMO there's no harm in a treat that you wouldn't normally give them if it means the difference between them being quiet and you tearing your hair out.

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