I’m a mum-of-four and my Ikea hack means I can feed the kids for under a quid over the holidays | The Sun

IT CAN be expensive taking your kids for meals out, but one mum has said she takes her four children to Ikea.

TikTok user @deeslifewith4 raved about their 95p meals and said they are “cheap and yummy.”

In a video that has racked up 96,000 likes, she said: “Kids meals in Ikea are 95p.

“95p per plate.

“It doesn’t matter how many kids you have, they are all 95p.

“This was a win today for lunch.”

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Dee showed her four kids happily tucking into their meals, which were meatballs, chips and peas.

She added that the offer is for school holidays, and you can also get fish and plantballs.

Many parents were highly impressed with the offer.

One said: “Cheaper to feed the whole family for the summer in ikea!! No huge grocery prices, no electricity use, no preparation or cleaning afterwards.”

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Another joked: “Yes but what about the 10k I’ll spend on stuff I don’t need on the way round. Brilliant tho.”

And a third commented: “How amazing!!! I’d just need a blindfold to walk around everything to get to the cafe!”

From July 11 to September 3, kids can get a meal from the children's menu from between 95p and £1.50 at Ikea.

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The deal includes one hot meal, jelly and a soft drink, and a piece of fruit.

You can find your nearest Ikea here.

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