But i don't think they can have the exact way I eat them because I eat them raw to retain all its vitamins which is lost when it's cooked. Egg has all the essentials your body needs. And you are allowed upto 6 eggs day I believe including the yolk. You can go more if you get rid of the yolk. And even more if you are able to burn it off daily using exercise.
full of fibers, protein and vitamins. and they're very very quick to make
If I don't have money for yogurt ,,tea and biscuits do ,mandazi ,chapati , pancakes mostly on the weekends
My favourite bread and ovacados with
I think a toddler can have the same as well
Feel free to try it out 😊
If you// you have kids who are lactose intolerant but still wish to have a mutinous breakfast, try some mashed avocado or scrambled eggs, or even something as simple as half a slice of toast with apple slices
Fro toddlers cut up some fruits and maybe add some dry cereal
1 tbsp sunflower oil, plus extra to oil the pan
1 tsp lemon juice
½ tsp ground cinnamon
100g plain flour
½ tsp baking powder
250ml soya milk
maple syrup and fruit to serve
1. In a mixing bowl, mash the banana with a fork and whisk in the oil, lemon juice and cinnamon. Add the flour and baking powder. Stir while gradually adding the soya milk. The batter will take on the consistency of yogurt.
2. Place a frying pan on a medium heat. Oil it using a little sunflower oil on a scrunched piece of kitchen towel. Drop tablespoonfuls of batter onto the pan and swirl so it spreads across the surface. When bubbles pop and the glossiness of the pancake becomes matte (about two minutes), flip over. Cook for a further couple of minutes.
3. Place the finished pancakes on a plate. Repeat the process until the batter is used up. Serve hot with maple syrup.
Chia pudding with honey or maple syrup and fruit
Fresh whole grain toast with fruit
Spinach protein shake
Scrambled eggs with veggies
Pears with cheese and nuts
Quinoa with veggies or fruit
Fresh fruit juice from juicer
Toast with banana almond butter honey and nuts
Smoothies (I use frozen berries, oats, and spinach)
Scrambled eggs with food coloring (fun for the kids)
Oatmeal packets (yes there is sugar, but it's better than cereal!)
Banana or blueberry muffins (I just buy the box mix and use for breakfasts and snacks)
I tend to have soup with brown bread and fruit for lunch when my fasting window ends
2. Fruit of some kind
4. Sometimes porridge
5. A breakfast bar if I am not too hungery and are in a rush
For toddlers I would recommend something that is easy for them to eat like a banana or porridge as this doesn't require much chewing. Hope this helps
Aside from Costco muffins, anything that’s healthy that’ll give you a burst of energy and let you enjoy your first meal of the day. Try cutting up some fruit for you and the kiddos.
This has been my go-to breakfast for the past 6 months and I am grateful that I took this decision.
Other options that you can try are vegetable sandwiches or a fruit salad… You should always try to have something which is unprocessed and tasty. Only in this way you can ensure to stick to this habit in the long run. Also try to include somthing rich in protein as it will keep you full for a long time.
Hope it helps!🌟
If I am in a real hurry and it is very early and I am not hungry yet, I will drink a meal supplement like Ensure and eat something a bit later.
(And add some fresh squeezed oranges to top it off and that is total WIN for yummy healthy breakfast! 😉)
Plain cheerios, scoop of berries, sliced up half banana, drizzle tbsps of peanut butter over top
Have a nice day! 😄
and for toddlers it can be a little snack and a small smoothie too!
2- soft feta cheese spread on toast topped with tomato slices, walnuts and parsley
For making them even more nutritious chia seeds and flaxseeds can be added
Egg sausage sandwich
Slice of bread with peanut butter and coffee
With yogurt, fruit, and carbohydrates, overnight oats are a nutritious toddler breakfast that are so easy to make ahead. Plus, they are usually nice and thick, which makes them easier for toddlers to eat with a spoon. (We also regularly pack overnight oats in our toddler lunches.)
Hummus on toast with chilli flakes
Oats with frozen berries
Banana peanut butter protein smoothie
Green tea (metabolism boost)
The following are suitable for adults and toddlers too:
Avocado toast and eggs
Instant pot oatmeal porridge
Frozen yogurt granola bites
Cheese omelette (or) veggie omlette