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    Default What does your child eat for breakfast?

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    DS1 eats nutella on toast, rice bubbles, Weetbix, fruit and yoghurt, sultana bran, or special k

    DS2 eats porridge, fruit or toast

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    Usually 3 weet bix. Sometimes cocoa bombs or tropicos but 5 out of 7 days it's weet bix.

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    For what age? Dd is 17mths & has 2 weetbix & fruit (kiwi fruit is flavour of the month at the moment)

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    4 weet bix dd 6 years & 2 weet bix ds 4 years. Eggs on weekends or toast. Dd with have banana on her week bix sometimes & ds will have honey or strawberries if we have them.

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    Either porridge (half a cup with half a banana and honey) or weetbix (two with banana and honey) then usually a piece of toast with vegemite as well for DS (3.5 years)

    DD is 9 months and has either a piece of toast with avocado and cheese, or 1/2 a weetbix with a bit of banana and yogurt.

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    We have toast with either Nutella or peanut butter occasionally strawberry jam

    Porridge with honey
    or one of the following cereals

    Rice bubbles
    Cornflakes
    Cheerios
    Weet bix

    On weekends it's normally pancakes or eggs on toast

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    Weetbix, toast & vegimite, my girls also love poached egg on toast!

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    Nearly 3 year old DS alternates between a piece of toast with either avocado or almond butter or a 2 egg omelette with tomato and herbs or scrambled/ poached eggs on toast - Sundays is pancake day and DH makes us all banana pancakes! He will usually have some fruit while I'm getting his breakfast ready

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    We alternate between the following:

    Cereal such as fruity bites, Special K, Cheerios
    Toast with butter and honey
    Toast with butter and vegemite
    Raisin toast
    Banana pancakes
    Scones if I feeling motivated
    Toast with scrambled eggs or baked beans
    Banana in puff pastry
    Fruit
    Ds still has a bottle


 

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