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25/01/2013 at 13:44
We are so not a pudding family although I often offer Louie a yoghurt or fruit after his dinner. He'd much prefer something out of his pumpkin (where we keep his treats).
My parents have pudding after every dinner, so 7days a week. If they come to ours they bring dessert because we simply never buy or make them. If we are out for a meal I'm usually too stuffed after a starter and main to have something sweet, but on special occassions I'll have one as those meals tend to be smaller.
25/01/2013 at 13:46
At home, rarely but do have yoghurt or fruit. In a restaurant always!
Rarely, me being a greedy woukd much rather a selection of starters, bread, olives, oils etc etc rather than a dessert.
25/01/2013 at 13:48
Only when I eat out. I never have 3 courses though, so if i have a starter, i won't have pudding. If a pudding catches my eye, i'll pass on the starter. It's rare i eat out now, was once a week at least, but i'm trying to save some money.
25/01/2013 at 13:49
Yoghurt/fruit at home but it is my favourite bit of eating out-I'd skip a starter and have pudding if I had to make a choice. I used to work in a nursing home that provided a hot lunch for staff free of charge including a pudding every day.....I put on so much weight in the six months I was there!!
25/01/2013 at 14:07
There is normally either fruit/yoghurt/jelly on offer. Or if E eats all her dinner she gets one of her christmas chocolates.
At a weekend i'll perhaps get a cheese cake or some chocolate eclairs if i'm doing a sunday dinner.
25/01/2013 at 14:17
Only when we host dinner parties or occasionally when eating out but I prefer a starter and main to pudding. My ex's parents were like your parents Belle, they have pudding every night!
25/01/2013 at 14:20
Always! I love something sweet but its always an apple or ice lolly or similar.
25/01/2013 at 14:21
N always has fruit, a yogurt, jelly or a treat
We always have some kind of pudding about 30 mins after dinner. Last 2 night's it's been homemade apple pie and custard, usually it's a mini magnum or mousse type dessert from M&S
25/01/2013 at 14:35
I like to finish a meal with something sweet (that'll be my very sweet tooth!), whether it's yogurt, fruit, jelly, ice-cream, cake or a proper pudding (although that's very rare at home).
If I eat out, I'd generally forgo a starter and have dessert instead, yum!
25/01/2013 at 14:45
i only ever have one when we go out or we go to my mum & dad's for tea and she makes homemade rice pud!
i always give M yogurt,fruit or a treat though after her tea.
25/01/2013 at 17:33
This just made me lol! After reading all the sex threads i assumed this would be the same topic lol! Nope just yoghurts and rice!
25/01/2013 at 17:55
Nearly always - I love puddings it's what I use to pick which restaurant to eat at! Often it's just a yogurt at lunch and tea, but I like to make a cake or crumble or pie or something every other week so we have a decent pudding too if we want it.
25/01/2013 at 17:58
Never, not even in a restaurant. I don't like it really.
25/01/2013 at 19:37
Nearly always (although not since I got pregnant as have lost my sweet tooth). Generally Zoe and I will have dinner, she has a home made ice lolly for pudding, and once she has gone to bed I have something more exciting. Well to me anyway, be that a slice of cake, a chocolate moussey type thing or an ice cream. Fruit doesn't seem like a pudding to me, that is just a snack that I have whever I want.
25/01/2013 at 20:01
Never unless we're out but then we are more of starter and mains than mains and puddings type people
25/01/2013 at 20:39
H always wants pudding, he was brought up with a big pudding straight after dinner every night! I was brought up with a yogurt after dinner. We give the kids a yogurt and occasionally O has an ice lolly or cake.
25/01/2013 at 20:42
H and I only occasionally if we are eating out. M has yogurt after dinner most nights, occasionally ice cream if she's lucky :)
25/01/2013 at 20:43
Never at home. It's a standing joke with my sister & I that I always say "I'm going to have a pudding", then don't
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