10 guilty kid foods
When there's just no time and the kids are starving, what's your kid food quick fix?
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We've all been there. You had to work late, your partner isn't home yet, the kids are starving and there just isn't any time to make a healthy and nutritious meal. Your only options are to let your kids fend for themselves (which is never a good idea) or to out those unhealthy "guilty" foods.

We asked Twitter what parents feed their kids when they have no other choice.

Here are the top 10 responses

1. 2 Minute Noodles
2. Fish Fingers
3. KFC
4. French toast and syrup
5. Woolworths kiddie meals
6. Mc Donalds
7. Chicken nuggets
8. Cheese
9. Pitas
10. Toast

Need inspiration?

Do these bad foods sound familiar? Not sure how to break the unhealthy cycle? Dr Dina Rose, an American sociologist who specialises in children and food shares tips on teach healthy food habits before it's too late.

Perhaps you have a toddler? Feeding a fussy kid can be tough! Take a look at the answers to 6 most common food fears and set your mind at ease.

Are you tired of making the same old boring lunch or dinner for your kids each evening? Food24's Chef Caro gives you 4 easy kid-friendly recipes to try!

How often do you resort to guilty kid foods? Vote and comment below!

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