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    Our favourite Healthy Breakfast Ideas

    Our favourite Healthy Breakfast Ideas
    Promoting a healthy breakfast is essential for children as it provides the energy and nutrients they need to start their day. Here are some healthy breakfast ideas for children:

    1. Overnight Oats: Prepare a delicious and nutritious breakfast by combining rolled oats, milk (dairy or plant-based), and toppings like fruits, nuts, or seeds in a jar. Leave it in the fridge overnight, and in the morning, you'll have a ready-to-eat, no-cook meal.

    2. Yogurt Parfait: Layer yoghurt with fresh or frozen fruits and a sprinkle of granola or crushed nuts for added crunch. This combination provides protein, probiotics, and vitamins for a balanced breakfast.

    3. Baked Oats: Blend oats, baking powder, vanilla essence, banana and an egg. Top with strawberries, peanut butter or carrot and walnuts and bake for 20 mins in the oven or 90 seconds in the microwave and top with natural yoghurt.  There are so many combinations of baked oats to try out. My family are addicted, its like having cake for breakfast.

    4. Veggie Omelet: Make a nutritious omelet by whisking eggs with chopped vegetables like bell peppers, spinach, tomatoes, and mushrooms. Cook in a non-stick pan with a little oil or butter. Serve with whole grain toast for a complete meal.

    5. Whole Grain Pancakes or Waffles: Make homemade pancakes or waffles using whole grain flour. You can add mashed bananas, grated zucchini, or pureed pumpkin for extra nutrients. Top with a drizzle of pure maple syrup or a dollop of yogurt.

    6. Fruit Smoothie: Blend together a mix of fresh or frozen fruits, such as berries, bananas, and mangoes, with yogurt or milk (dairy or plant-based) for a refreshing and nutritious breakfast smoothie. You can also add a spoonful of nut butter or a handful of spinach for added nutrients.

    7. Breakfast Burrito: Fill a whole wheat tortilla with scrambled eggs, cooked vegetables (like bell peppers, onions, and spinach), and a sprinkle of cheese. Roll it up and serve as a handheld breakfast option.

    8. Avocado Toast: Spread mashed avocado on whole grain toast and top with sliced tomatoes, a sprinkle of salt and pepper, and a drizzle of olive oil. Avocado toast provides healthy fats and fiber for a satisfying breakfast.

    9. Mini Quiches: Make mini quiches using a muffin tin. Whisk together eggs, milk, and your choice of vegetables (like diced bell peppers, spinach, or mushrooms), pour into the muffin cups, and bake until set. These can be made ahead and reheated for quick breakfasts.

    10. Homemade Breakfast Bars: Prepare homemade breakfast bars using oats, nuts, seeds, and dried fruits. These can be made in advance and stored for a grab-and-go option on busy mornings.

    Remember to consider your child's preferences and dietary restrictions when planning breakfast. Also, involving children in the preparation process can make breakfast more enjoyable and encourage healthier eating habits.

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