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Offline Buntybear

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Re: UK Safe Foods
« Reply #30 on: May 09, 2011, 17:34:21 pm »
Oatly also do a cream which DS loved on pasta today!

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Re: UK Safe Foods
« Reply #31 on: May 09, 2011, 19:27:46 pm »
Will have to get some of the cream for my ds to try. I think he may like that with pasta.



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Re: UK Safe Foods
« Reply #32 on: May 09, 2011, 19:37:22 pm »
Yeah we saw this in the shops today too, I was chuft! Tell me how do you do your pasta for Olly?
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Re: UK Safe Foods
« Reply #33 on: May 09, 2011, 20:47:34 pm »
I am fairly sure Alrposoya do a cream too but Oatly should suit even more people  ;D

Well until today I didn't think Olly liked a sauce on pasta so he has it dry just mixed with anything he will eat, always a protein and then veg. Sometimes I will put a bit of olive oil over if I think he needs a bit of fat/calories that day. Now I think it is tomato sauces he doesn't like.

He had this today and had eaten his chicken/veg and had a bit of pasta left. Was reading a AK book and saw she had a recipe where she pured over the cream at the end and I had some in the cupboard sothought why not! He DEVOURED it! Was actually panting at the carton! Thought I would pull a fast one at dinner and poured it over mashed potato but he was not fooled. Had a tantrum though as he was so desperate for more of the cream! How can anyone not like mash?? lol

Also bought a range of soya cheeses today (from a local organic shop) so will trial these with him too. He loved the cheddar style cheese today it is whether soya loves him though  ::)

If anyone has any suggestions of how I can use the cream to create more recipes it would be appreciated. I have visions of him having his usual pasta, protein, veg just with cream poured over at the end!

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Re: UK Safe Foods
« Reply #34 on: May 11, 2011, 18:19:23 pm »
How about using it to make up a creamy korma sauce?
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Re: UK Safe Foods
« Reply #35 on: March 16, 2012, 20:10:52 pm »
I have found a lovely dfsfgf Victoria sponge in Tesco ff range.
I would love some ice cream not made with soy. Couldn't get the one mentioned earlier.