Mum-of-five shows off the easy dinner her kids love but gets shamed in seconds for serving a ‘council estate meal’ | The Sun

A MUM has been brutally shamed online after rude trolls labelled her easy dinner a 'council estate meal'.

Mum-of-five Lucy (@beautybake5) took to TikTok to share the dish she had prepared for her family – but very soon ended up getting roasted.

The now-viral clip, which has been viewed a whopping 2.3million times, sees Lucy whip up something she called a ''nice easy dinner when you have a s**t load of kids''.

First, the mum began by frying a pile of sausages and boiling a pot of pasta.

Once the sausages were ready, she chopped them in smaller bite-sized pieces and began to prepare the pasta bake.

This contained the cooked pasta, sausages, as well as grated cheese and ready-made creamy tomato sauce the mum had nabbed from Asda.

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Sharing a snap of the cheesy goodness, Lucy wrote in the caption: ''kids love it and so quick easy and filling win win.''

But while her children may have devoured the dish, mean trolls on social media quickly flocked to comments to slam the parent.

One labelled the pasta bake a ''council estate meal'', as others were horrified by the lack of veggies in the meal.

''Add some veg in at least,'' a TikTok fan advised.

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Luckily, it wasn't all hate, as numerous kind-hearted fans jumped to show support.

''At least she’s not feeding them frozen chips and frozen nuggets,'' a viewer wrote.

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''Don't know why are people hating tbh looks class,'' someone else reckoned.

Hitting back at the trolls, Lucy said: ''Do u know the meaning of the word balanced?

''The kids had fruit this day there is tomatoes and onions in the sauce the following day they had a roast.

''With veg plus fruit as they do every day they don’t have to eat veg every single meal.''

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