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'Super mum' spends 11 HOURS prepping hundreds of snacks and lunches for her two kids

Mirror logo Mirror 5 days ago Zoe Forsey
An Australian mother incredible school lunch prep efforts have earned her the title of 'super mum' after she unveiled her efforts online.

The woman, who described herself as a 'first-time kindy mum' recently took to Facebook to reveal how she'd spent 11 hours in the kitchen preparing a staggering range of foods for her child for the coming weeks.

From the photos the mum-of-two posted online, it can be seen all manner of foods lined up ready and waiting for impending kindergarten lunches. © Facebook An Australian mother incredible school lunch prep efforts have earned her the title of 'super mum' after she unveiled her efforts online. The woman, who described herself as a 'first-time kindy mum' recently took to Facebook to reveal how she'd spent 11 hours in the kitchen preparing a staggering range of foods for her child for the coming weeks. From the photos the mum-of-two posted online, it can be seen all manner of foods lined up ready and waiting for impending kindergarten lunches.

A woman has been labelled 'super mum' after showing off her incredible lunch box prep for her children.

The mum-of-two spent 11 hours prepping a staggering amount of food for her kids to enjoy over the next few weeks.

Describing herself as a "first-time kindy mum", she says extreme preparation made her feel like she had "sold her soul".

She now has bags filled with 60 pizza scrolls, 28 sandwiches, chopped oranges, cookies and snack bags of grapes.

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She's frozen all the food and will just take out whatever she needs for her two kids each morning.

Posting photos of her incredible collection on Facebook , the Australian mum wrote: "As of this morning, we have a chest freezer. The plan is to freeze it all. I have two kids, but only one in school, as of tomorrow. The other is two.

"I do feel like I sold my soul. I don't cook at all, so this was a mission. I've never done anything like this before, so we'll see how it goes", reports Mail Online.

a tray of food: It's a LOT of food © Facebook It's a LOT of food Other parents are in awe of her impressive lunch prep efforts, and many wished they could be as organised.

One wrote: "You are insanely organised wish I had your energy to do all this it would make me feel like a super mum. Well done!"

Another added: "Can you come do mine please. I spent hours in the kitchen and got nowhere near as much."

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