Did you go mad for pink custard? Scoff down chicken pie and chips? Enjoy jam roly poly?

School dinners - whether you loved them or loathed them - served childhood classics like chocolate sponge, pizza, chips and even spam fritters.

Click below for 20 school dinner favourites

 

But your dining hall favourites could be set to go - if they haven't been phased out already - for healthier options.

The government is cracking down on fatty foods in schools by allowing pupils just two portions of chips each week, while milk will be re-introduced during the school day.

The move, which has been welcomed in Kirklees, also calls for vegetables and salad every day, three different fruits and vegetables each week, wholegrain foods and no more than two portions a week that has been deep fried, batter-coated, or breadcrumb-coated.

There will be no more than two portions of food which include pastry served each week.

The health kick comes after a study that 18.9 per cent of Year Six children are obese.

Did you enjoy school dinners?

What were your favourite dishes? Were you first in the queue for seconds?

Let us know by commenting below.

PLUS It's the end of a delicious era as school tuck shops stop selling sweets and and chocolate - here's 20 tuck shop treats from your childhood - what did you spend your pocket money on?

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