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    Default BLW breakfast ideas

    As the title suggests I am wanting to introduce breakfast for DD. I am not keen on offering toast and am giving her a mix of veges and meat strips at lunch and dinner.

    What do you offer for breakfast? Could I give her porrige or scrambled egg? Her first food was egg yolk and she used to love it but self feeds now and runny egg yolk can only really be spoon fed which she wont allow DD is 6 1/2 months old. TIA

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    Omelette cut into strips?

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    Yep I would try scrambled eggs, not too mushy though. My friend also does cooked mushrooms for her dd for breakfast, I've not tried that but she seems to like it.

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    We do scrambled eggs, spinach and feta muffins, porridge or avocado on toast. I know you said no toast though.

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    What about fried and cooled tomato and mushroom, omlette with veggies, thin steak strips with egg yolk on top, fruit pieces, fruit smoothie in a sippy cup, yoghurt covered strawberries, thick oats with coconut cream...

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    I alternate between 4 breakfasts:

    1) mini banana or blueberry pancakes ( I made them, wholemeal flour no sugar) easy to hold

    2) quinoa porridge - puffed quinoa mixed with pear or banana and a little of his formula so it was like thick porridge that I used to load his spoon with ( more from 8 months)

    3) wholemeal toast and avo , nut butter or I smushed baked beans onto it

    4) egg pancake ( 2 eggs with herbs and whatever veggies I had - mushroom, tomato, spinach) made into pancake size and cut into strips , easy to hold

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    Oh and corn and pea fritters are another good one, ( just flour, corn,peas, parsley,egg and milk )

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    For breakfast we have tried:
    Weetbix with just a little milk so that it is thick and can be picked up by hand
    Pancakes with/without fruit in
    French Toast
    Scrambled egg
    Crumpets
    Fruit salad
    Banana bread (sugar free recipe)
    In the BLW cookbook they also suggest porridge fingers but I haven't tried these yet.

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    Oh I'd love to know what a porridge finger means?!?

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    Spinach omelettes
    Fritters
    Pancakes
    Fruit
    Muffins

    Why not toast?

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