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    Default Breakfast ideas please & General snacks

    Can you please tell me what your child aged 1-3 yrs or more has for breakfast.

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    (I put 1-3) as my kids are that age group.

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    Brekky is just simple at our place..
    My dd is 13 months.
    Weetbix or toast or yogurt and usually a piece of fruit.
    She will have eggs if we are having them and the same with pancakes etc!

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    Default Breakfast ideas please & General snacks

    Porridge
    Scrambled eggs
    Pancakes
    Toast with spreads or avocado
    Yoghurt with fruit
    Weetbix

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    We rotate between toast with jam or honey (wholemeal bread), and fruity-bix cereal. I don't put milk on the cereal though! I leave the cereal dry and put the milk in a cup. Means there's no accidents, and breakfast can take as long as it takes. If we're pushed for time the cereal goes in a bag and they can eat it in the car.

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    Snacks would be
    Cheese and crackers
    Dips/crackers/vege sticks
    Yoghurt
    Fruit
    Popcorn
    Muffins
    Bliss balls
    Nut butter on crackers

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    Cereal, like rice puffs or corn flakes.
    Toast with Vegemite
    Sometimes they have scrambled or soft boiled eggs.

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    DS is 2-1/4. We do porridge with fruit, weetbix or toast with peanut butter, honey or jam. Occasionally I do scrambled eggs and toast.

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    Snacks are usually yoghurt, fruit or cheese with the odd arrowroot biscuit thrown in.

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    Normal porridge (stove top)

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    Eggs bacon baked beans porridge west bix fruit French toast normal toast platters sometimes salmon and eggs depends


 

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