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Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love
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Healthy breakfast ideas your kids will love

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Kids are picky eaters; there's no getting around it. While it's so tempting to go for an easy fix and just give them a bowl of Fruity Pebbles every morning, you have to realize that this is not …

Kids are picky eaters; there's no getting around it. While it's so tempting to go for an easy fix and just give them a bowl of Fruity Pebbles every morning, you have to realize that this is not healthy for your child. Cereals are highly processed and they are almost 100% refined carbohydrates. Cooking breakfast for your kids doesn't have to be a production number each time. In fact, you can whip up a healthy meal in as little as 10 minutes! Check out these healthy breakfast ideas below that your kids will go crazy about..

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  • 1. Healthy Breakfast Ideas Your Kids Will Love Presented by How to Eat Healthy On a Budget
  • 2. Feeding Kids – Fun? Kids are picky eaters; there's no getting around it. While it's so tempting to go for an easy fix and just give them a bowl of Fruity Pebbles every morning, you have to realize that this is not healthy for your child. • Cereals are highly processed and they are almost 100% refined carbohydrates. •
  • 3. Feeding Kids – Fun? Cooking breakfast for your kidsdoesn't have to be a production number each time. In fact, you can whip up a healthy meal in as little as 10 minutes! Check out these healthy breakfast ideas below that your kids will go crazy about. •
  • 4. Ham and Egg Panini Ingredients: • cooked ham (you can use any kind of ham like turkey, prosciutto, smoked or farmer's ham) • 1 large egg, salt and pepper • 2 slices of wheat or multigrain bread and a • slice of low fat cheddar or Swiss cheese. •
  • 5. Ham and Egg Panini Directions: • 1.) beat the egg in a small ball and add a dash of salt and pepper • 2.) put a few drops of olive oil into your nonstick skillet, pour in the egg and scramble until fluffy. • 3.) transfer the cooked egg to the sliced bread then top it with ham and cheese • 4.) put the other slice of bread on top and then grill it in a Panini press for 2 to 6 minutes depending how brown you want the bread to be. If you don't have a Panini press, you can just grill the sandwich on your skillet. •
  • 6. Homemade Granola Bars Ingredients: • 1 1/2 cups rolled oats, • 1 cup dates, • 1/4 cup honey, • 1/4 cup almond or sunflower seed butter, • 1 cup chopped roasted almonds (unsalted) and • 1/2 cup of dried cranberries. •
  • 7. Homemade Granola Bars Directions: • 1.) put the dates in your food processor and process until it forms a dough-like consistency • 2.) pour the honey and almond or sunflower seed butter into a small sauce pan and warm over low heat until well-combined. • 3.) combine the oats, almonds, dates and cranberries in a bowl and then pour in the honey and nut butter mixture • 4.) mix everything together and press the mixture into a 8 x 8 baking dish lined with parchment paper • 5.) cover the pan with a plastic wrap and allow everything to set in the fridge for 20 minutes before chopping the bars. •
  • 8. Breakfast Parfait (make ahead snack) Directions: • place yogurt in an ice cream/dessert dish and top it with fruits and wheat germ. • That's it! It couldn't be easier than that. •
  • 9. Breakfast Parfait (make ahead snack) Ingredients: • 3/4 cup low-fat plain yogurt • 1 cup blueberries or any fruit that your kid likes and • 2 teaspoons wheat germ •
  • 10. Breakfast Parfait (make ahead snack) Ingredients: • 3/4 cup low-fat plain yogurt • 1 cup blueberries or any fruit that your kid likes and • 2 teaspoons wheat germ •

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