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    My boys (3 and 5) have porridge most days (wholegrain oats with milk and sugar). Sometimes they have corn flakes with milk and banana, sometimes I make them French toast or pancakes with maple syrup, Greek yogurt and strawbs as toppings. Sometimes just a fried egg, poached egg, omelet..

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    My kids often have banana smoothies.
    Porridge, fruit n yoghurt, toast with avocardo and vegimite. I often ask and its usually one of these atm..

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    Thank you all for your ideas.

    Tomorrow I'll try porridge and see how that goes.

    Kids are not into muffins.

    I'm not a person who freezes things either.

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    DS has a banana and toast or yogurt every day that is all he will eat.

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    DS has a banana and toast or yogurt every day that is all he will eat.

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    I mix it up most days so they don't get bored of food.
    Banana pancakes (1 banana 2eggs)
    Muesli
    Bacon and eggs
    Egg muffins (eggs, cheese, meat, corn)
    Porridge with yoghurt and fruit
    Fruit and Greek yoghurt

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    Our regulars are:
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    Porridge
    Muesli
    - cereal sometimes has yoghurt and/or fruit -
    Toast with avocado & egg
    Toast with baked beans
    Toast with Vegemite & avocado

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    I'm jealous of all these breakfast varieties, my boy will only eat cereal! Day in day out

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    We have eggs or soaked oats (porridge) literally every day. If I put the oats into a pot with water to cover & a tbsp of yoghurt (for beneficial bacteria & acidity) it cooks in 5 mins in the morning, topped up with milk. They do get tired of eggs one way but if I change it up from scrambled to say, boiled with toast soldiers or fried with toast triangles it works!


 

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