Can you share what your children eat for breakfast?

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Post by Guest »

Hi, Please can you share what your children eat for breakfast? My three year old doesn't eat cereal and I'm looking for something to give her that she'll eat.. Thanks

Post by Helen »

We did Weetabix Weetabuddies at this age loads of fun! Plus it makes them eat fruit they normally wouldn't at that time of the morning!

Post by Andrea »

Sandwich, cold sausages, rice cakes and yoghurt drink.

Post by Amy »

Toast, pancakes, eggs, omelette, bacon, fruit, yoghurt, waffle, hash browns, banana bread, crumpets, muffins

Post by Charley »

Pancakes, weetabix, egg(scrambled/fried/boiled), mini quiche tart things, crumpets, toast, waffles

All served with fruit

Post by Kelsey »

My 3 year old isn’t a fan on cereal either so either has fruit and brioche roll, banana and yogurts , toast and Nutella, pancakes & fruit. (This is usuals sometimes other randoms) xx

Post by Bethh »

Fruit, waffles, pancakes, toast, yoghurt, maltloaf, banana bread, crumpets... FYI mine don't eat all this, they have cereal.. but just a few ideas

Post by Ursula »

Brioche. Sausage rolls. Croissants. Fruit. Veg. Toast. Smoothies.

We’re fairly relaxed on breakfast (except no sweets, or crisps); we’re a neurodivergent household. My eldest also has ARFID, so we’d rather they are a breakfast than nothing.
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