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    My sister does this with my niece and ill try it next winter with DS - she gives her soup for breakfast - usually minestrone or chicken/veggie - apparently its quite common in Europe and asia to have soup for brekky and its a great start to the day with veggies/carbs/protein

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    Dd is her hungriest at breakfast... she'll have

    -Cereal with milk (cornflakes, weetbix, special k, nutrigrain, occasionally cocoa pops as a treat)
    - special k with yogurt and strawberries or blueberries
    - toast with peanut butter or jam
    - scrambled eggs
    - porridge with honey
    - fruit

    On most days she'll have cereal, toast and fruit....she really loves breakfast!


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    2 bits of toast with jam or peanut butter, usually with a banana and apple depending on what fruit we have in the house. DS is 4 next month.

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    Scrambled eggs
    Porridge
    Weet bix
    Puffed rice/millet
    Toast with honey or avocado
    Boiled egg with toast

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    School aged child has one slice of wholemeal toast with butter, honey and cinnamon which dosent sound like much but they have a piece of fruit in the classroom at 10am as well.

    2.5 year old has a slice of wholemeal toast with butter and vegemite or the occasional crumpet. She also has a bubbacino when DH makes our morning coffees.

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    Cereal and/fruit with a piece of toast. Sometimes as a treat I will let them have a pop tart or maccas but that is very rare

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    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.
    That's a good idea. I might try that over the weekends when we have more time in the mornings and they can dig in themselves. But yes I forgot about our Sunday barbecue breakfast.

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    DD is 4. Her choice as long as its savoury, usually she'll have a toasted cheese sandwich, a toasted cheese croissant, or a plain croissant warmed in the microwave. Very occasionally she'll have a very small bowl of rice bubbles or Cheerios instead... She also has some chewable vitamins, and a small cup of 'pink milk' (skim milk, cochineal and probiotic powder). Unless i make her sit at the table (which i now do 90% of the time) it often takes her until lunchtime to finish her breakfast (and I think she only eats it then because I won't give her anything else until she has)... All meals are a bit of a struggle here to be honest though...

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    Ds#1 ; raisin toast
    Ds#2 ; up n go
    Dd; weetbix and fruit or raisin toast and fruit

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    Most days DD (4) has Weetbix with Honey but lately she's been having Porridge. On daycare days we're normally in a rush so she has either toast or a warm croissant.


 

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