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    These easy brekkie bars are great for on the go, from onehandedcooks.com.au

    1½ cups rolled oats
    ½ cup wholemeal/plain flour
    ¾ cup dried fruit, finely chopped (I used apricot and sultana)
    ½ overripe banana
    ½ grated apple
    2 tbsp wheat germ (optional)
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1¼ cup milk
    1 egg, beaten

    Step 1

    Preheat oven to 180°C.

    Step 2

    Combine all ingredients in a bowl, hand mix with a fork until well combined

    Step 3

    Pour into a slice tin and bake for around 45minutes or until firm to touch

    Step 4

    Cool, and cut into bite sized fingers. Freeze individually

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    Have you tried just fried egg (using no or minimal oil)? It's the only way DS will eat egg. Or even boiled egg?

    We do egg on toast, oat fingers, toast with avo or PB/nut butter, porridge, grilled cheese on toast, or healthy pancakes.

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    What about making an omelette with diced ham and grated cheese thrown in? Mine also liked scrambled eggs with baby spinach and cheese mixed in.

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    My boys love pancakes. I add chia seeds and cinnamon to mine. Very yummy.

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    My dd is 10mths also. She usually has fruit toast, banana, Weetbix, fruit pancakes or banana French toast. Just smear banana on bread and cook like
    regular French toast after soaking in egg mix. Sometimes i put some cereal straight from the box onto her tray so she can play with that while I get her breaky ready. Things like Cheerios or corn flakes etc that are easy to pick up.
    She also quite likes scrambled eggs and frozen raspberries
    (Not together..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laralee11 View Post
    These easy brekkie bars are great for on the go, from onehandedcooks.com.au

    1½ cups rolled oats
    ½ cup wholemeal/plain flour
    ¾ cup dried fruit, finely chopped (I used apricot and sultana)
    ½ overripe banana
    ½ grated apple
    2 tbsp wheat germ (optional)
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1¼ cup milk
    1 egg, beaten

    Step 1

    Preheat oven to 180°C.

    Step 2

    Combine all ingredients in a bowl, hand mix with a fork until well combined

    Step 3

    Pour into a slice tin and bake for around 45minutes or until firm to touch

    Step 4

    Cool, and cut into bite sized fingers. Freeze individually

    Thanks! I made these this morning with the assistance (or otherwise) of my 2yo. They were a big hit


 

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