Mum shares snap of her daughter’s daily lunchbox but trolls are all saying the same thing | The Sun

A MUM has sparked a debate after sharing a picture of her daughter’s lunch box.

Taking to the popular Facebook group What’s in your lunchbox?, a page dedicated to school lunch boxes, the mum posted a snap of the box, which contained strawberries, a mini bagel, a Babybel cheese, goldfish crackers and a Reese’s chocolate.

But there was one particular section of the lunch box that caused a stir – the one filled with frozen peas.

“My daughter’s lunch for tomorrow!’ she wrote.

“Mini bagels were just coming out of the oven when I went to the store this morning – couldn’t resist!

“Great for sandwiches or with cream cheese.”

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But some parents were fixated on the section with the frozen peas.

“Are those really frozen peas?” one mum asked.

Another user asked if the peas were still frozen by the time her daughter ate them.

“My daughter says they are half thawed [when she eats them], which she loves,” the mum said.

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“We also put a cold pack with her lunch.”

Other parents praised the mum for getting her child to eat the vegetable.

“That’s really cool,” one person wrote.

“My children eat vegetables, but never peas!”

Another user said their child also likes frozen peas and agreed it was a great lunchbox snack.

“My kids love peas frozen or thawed!” they wrote.

“I buy the organic frozen peas from Aldi. Cheap and delicious.”

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