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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28-08-2013 14:06 #41
28-08-2013 14:28 #42
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
On most days she'll have cereal, toast and fruit....she really loves breakfast!
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28-08-2013 14:29 #43
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.
28-08-2013 14:41 #44
Toast with honey or avocado
Boiled egg with toast
28-08-2013 15:06 #45
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.
28-08-2013 15:20 #46
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
28-08-2013 15:30 #47
28-08-2013 15:43 #48
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...
28-08-2013 16:03 #49
Ds#1 ; raisin toast
Ds#2 ; up n go
Dd; weetbix and fruit or raisin toast and fruit
28-08-2013 16:08 #50Senior Member
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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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