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    Cereal (weet bix bites or nutri-grain) or a poached/boiled egg and toast (sometimes wholemeal, sometimes not )

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    Oats, toast or wheatbix are their options and pancakes on the weekend.

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    Hi 3ratbags, we have incorporated more protein in breakfast for our boys (5 and 6 yrs) too: ours have 1x cup of milo, half a banana, nuts, half chopped apple, boiled egg, tin of tuna or bowl of baked beans. (if I have some grilled chicken or schnitzel, they can have that instead of the tuna).

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    My ds 3 eats 1 yogurt, bowl of just right, and a piece of fruit. Some days he will substitute fruit for a piece of toast with butter.




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    Eggs are awesome for protein and perfect first meal of the day for growing little ones, plus you can cook them in 1,001 ways. My daughter also loves yoghurt & honey, fruit, porridge (good to soak oats overnight, then cook in the morning - so quick).

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    Breakfast is not a favourite with DD she will mainly eat either vegemite on toast or raisin toast.

    On weekends she'll eat pancakes & bacon if we have them.

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    Porridge or a sandwich/toast or eggs or fruit and yoghurt. Or a combination of any of those if she is particularly hungry.

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    We put a selection of about five cereals out on the table, muesli, organic corn and or rice puffs, oats, bran sometimes sultana bran and corn flakes to bulk it out, organic weetbix. Plus yoghurt, peaches and honey and they make what they like.

    Sometimes they have toast or pancakes and on a Sunday I will often cook a hot Brekky for a treat.


 

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