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We have finally decided to ditch the processed food in our home. It is for our health so we decided to give it a try. The first few weeks went well but this week, I suddenly do not know what to offer my kids for breakfast.
The cereal is good but my teenager is not satisfied with just cereals. Can you suggest a healthy breakfast that I can prepare for my kids?
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We have started to veer toward eggs for breakfast as well as oats. Just boiling 2 eggs in water for 6 mins makes a quick and healthy breakfast coupled with a spoon of avocado and wholemeal toast.
We will also make chia pods that are soaked overnight. We put 2 tablespoons of chia seeds into a small ramekin of almond milk and a spoon of honey and then let it soak overnight so that the chia becomes thickened. Then theres a ready-made pudding if you don't have much time in the morning to make food.
Good for you!
I follow a Paleo diet, so I always eat healthily. I, too, struggle with breakfast ideas.
I love breakfast muffins and casseroles that you can make ahead of time. I just google ingredients I want to use, like nuts and carrots, and add bread, muffin, or casserole. Google then spits out a list of foods that fit my criteria.
The Mediterranean diet is very healthy, so you may want to explore breakfast ideas under that title.
There is so much online if you are researching this manner. I then keep a list of recipes and ideas I enjoy at my fingertips. I save recipes and have my own Paleo cookbook that I have made in the past 2 years since I began eating this way.
Good luck, as it may be more time-consuming to eat in this manner,
This is wonderful! I have a ton of ideas and I'll share with you some of my favorites. I like to make things that can last us a few days.
Oatmeal bars are a great recipe to try. You can make lots of different kinds and usually get quite a few helpings. Overnight oats is another option, too, Oatmeal is so versatile. You can add cinnamon, maple syrup, honey, berries, granola, peanut butter, etc.
Frittatas are another option that you can make a bunch of different ways. I like to bake it in a 9-12 pan so that we can cut into bars and have them for a few days. Frittatas pair well with a veggie-loaded hash, but that usually takes more time.
Smoothies are another quick and easy option. I like to make smoothies and add oats, berries, coconut milk, and even avocados.
We love breakfast in our house. All of my kids love good old fashioned porridge so many mornings we make up a great big pot to share. We add things like apple or pear and the kids love sliced banana or blueberries on the top as well. Through the week it is generally porridge or cereal but then on weekends we love to cook eggs and pancakes for a treat.