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-oatmeal with strawberries and cooked apple (i just throw raw apple in the pot when cooking the oatmeal on the stove)
-dry cereal and fruit (cheerios, chex)
-leftovers (he will happily eat dinner foods for breakfast, nbd)
-pumpkin oatmeal squares (recipe: http://mouthwateringfoods.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/pumpkin-raisin-baked-oatmeal-bars.html)
-french toast or pancakes (cook in bulk on weekend, freeze and pop in toaster or microwave)
DS doesn't have any dairy due to an intolerance so we make sure he gets lots of green veggies, beans, lentils, almonds, etc in other meals and mixed in with muffins, sauces, etc.
Cheerios, yogurt, hard boiled eggs, fresh fruit, pancakes, or scrambled eggs.
Every other day DS gets:
- scrambled egg + half/half infant/adult oatmeal
The other days he gets leftovers + fruit. He used to have waffles, but has been more interested in ripping the waffle apart recently.
I always give her Cheerios while I'm getting other food ready, so cheerios +
-cottage cheese and some kind of fruit
- peanut butter toast and fruit
-scrambled eggs with cheese on top
Scrambled or hard bolied eggs, fresh fruit, cheese, ham, oatmeal, banana's with quinoa and applesauce or other fruit/veggies mashed, cherrios, pancakes, french toast, waffles, greek yogurt, muffins, toast or buiscuts with peanut or almond butter.
DD can and will eat whatever we eat for breakfast except for cold cereals/granola.
SRS ~ 06.07.2012
"Here, donkey, donkey, donkey...."
* Oatmeal with banana yogurt puree
* Cottage cheese with fruit
* Plain yogurt with fruit
* Toast & steamed apples sprinkled with cinnamon
I've now got some good ideas for other meals thanks to this thread!
cattynine:I always give her Cheerios while I'm getting other food ready, so cheerios +-cottage cheese and some kind of fruit- peanut butter toast and fruit-scrambled eggs with cheese on top
We do mostly this, though some days I make pancakes, waffles or french toast and sometimes bacon. We also always do some sort of fresh or frozen fruit or organic applesauce.
Mine is 2.5, but he's eating the same things now as he was at 12 months:
Any combination of: French toast (whole wheat bread, egg, whole milk, vanilla), pumpkin pancakes, blueberry waffle, toast, scrambled eggs, crustless quiche or frittata with veggies and cheese, chicken sausage, peanut butter, cold cereal, oatmeal, fruit, yogurt.
Scrambled eggs and a fruit, pretty much every day. Sometimes frozen waffels or jelly toast, but most often it's eggs. He loves eggs.