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    My DD eats rice bubbles without milk - blergh! Dry! And she'll usually have a yoghurt or some fruit too

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    5 yo likes dry cereal also, such as corn flakes or cheerios.
    But most often its toast with peanut butter,milk,porridge or a banana.

    He doesn't eat much at breakfast but has a fair amount to eat for morning tea.

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    Same thing every day during the week...porridge with honey and a sprinkle of LSA and a drink of milk.
    On the weekends we often have bacon and eggs or pancakes.

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    Weetbix with banana
    Porridge with banana
    Toast

    These are the usuals

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    Getting my children to eat breakfast is painful. DD8 will eat pancakes if I cook them, sometimes a piece of toast or an up n go, or nothing. I always pack an extra piece of fruit and a yogurt as sheeats that before school starts. DD3 will have pancakes, yogurt, ricebubbles, lite and easy or raisin toast

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    9 yr old DD is a slow eater & doesn't like to eat unless she's been up for a good hour, so often on a school day getting her to eat is painful so now she has a breakfast smoothie - weetbix, yoghurt, banana & milk mixed up with the stick blender. Otherwise 3 weetbix with chopped up banana or dollop of yoghurt.

    5yr old DD has either porridge with chopped banana or sultana's or 3 weetbix with banana or yoghurt.

    Weekends they often have toast with vegemite, peanut butter, philly cream cheese & tomato, avocado & tomato etc.

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    Usually porridge.
    Occasionally I make banana pancakes or smoothies.
    Now n then if we run out of porridge ds1 will have bacon n eggs or toast with vegemite or raisin toast.
    Ds2 will have weetbix and ds3 will have toast with vegemite or raisin toast.
    Porridge probe 13 outta 14 days in a fortnight though

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    DS has toast, porridge, French toast, eggs or yoghurt for breakfast. Usually he copies DF and asks for what he is having. That works well as DF makes DS breakfast and they eat together most mornings.

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    The boys alternate between;
    - high fibre low sugar cereal
    - yogurt with banana
    - toast with vegemite

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    Cereal and yogurt.. or steamed rice with scrambled eggs.. with juice or milk..DS sometimes has toast with DH..


 
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