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    My 10mo just cannot get into breakfastHave tried rice cereals, cereals like raffettys and farex brand, kids weetbix and baby porridgeWhat else can I try that's not the above?And not toast! Or fruit or yoghurt.Thanks!

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    Pancakes
    Healthy breakfast style muffins
    Pikelets
    Crumpets

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    Eggs! I have been giving 22 month old DS egg pancakes for brekky since 7 months, just mix 2 eggs with whatever herbs you have ( DS prefers coriander or basil) mix and fry in small non stick frypan ( should be size of a pancake) cut into strips so he can hold them, we also add whatever I have in the fridge , mushrooms, chia seeds, tomato, feta, olives etc so it's now more like a mini omelette

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    Are eggs ok at her age? 10moAny other suggestions for a cereal type food?

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    Eggs are fine - thats one I forgot to add, my DS eats them the exact way EM described too.

    You seem to have already tried all cereal options that I know of. If having cereal, DS has kids Weetbix with fruit (loves it) or the Raffety's banana porridge made from oats.

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    Omelette strips and toast fingers are great.

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    Eggs are fine from 6 months if there are no allergies that run in the family

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    DS has the occasional bowl of rice bubbles. DH bought them and I was surprised at how low in sugar they are compared to most cereals, esp the kiddie ones. I still wouldn't give them everyday cos of the salt content, but thats just me.

    Or, maybe cornflakes, I think they are fairly low in sugar too...

    What do you have for breakfast, can't he just have the same?

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    Semolina porridge, oats, omlettes, French toast, pancakes, drop cakes and toast feature regularly in our place


 

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