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c2afwife 06-08-2006 11:14 AM

Breakfast ideas?
 
Okay DD is almost one and jared food is pretty much gone totally. I am at a loss for what to make her for breakfast......and ideas? We tryed oatmeal today.....she had MAYBE 5 bites. We do fruit. I just don't know.....:anyone: :please:

aliks 06-08-2006 11:16 AM

Re: Breakfast ideas?
 
I mix yobaby yogurt w/oatmeal. He hates cereal so that's how I sneak it in there!

offlikeapromdress 06-08-2006 11:49 AM

Re: Breakfast ideas?
 
Sophia just turned 1 on June 3rd, we rotate between biscuits and some fruit if I have some, waffles or pancakes, or she really likes the eggo minis cinammon flavored. On the weekends DH gives her dry cereal like fruit loops or something. We arent big breakfast people, I generally dont even eat breakfast. So we just do something quick for the girls. Dh has even given her a poptart which she loved but made a huge mess..lol

ChurchPunkMom 06-08-2006 01:02 PM

Re: Breakfast ideas?
 
Fruit, toast, scrambled eggs, frozen waffles, pancakes (you can get those frozen too if you don't have time to make them - or freeze leftovers when you do make them), muffins, dry cereal (usually served with fruit here), cereal bars (nutri-grain and others), bagels (these keep them busy for a while!).. these are the usual breakfasts in our house. Anything I can grab and give to them without cooking is great - I don't usually have a clean kitchen in the morning and my kids don't like to wait for breakfast anyway. ;) We don't buy a lot of processed foods - we do all our shopping at Trader Joe's and I have found good alternatives to the stuff in the regular stores. My kids love blueberry or plain or banana waffles with strawberry fruit spread and whipped cream. I buy a banana bread mix and make muffins with it, they love those plain or with a little honey. My oldest LOVES scrambled eggs. When he was about a year old, he'd eat them for nearly every meal.. though usually just breakfast or lunch. He'd eat one or two scrambled eggs and I'd toss frozen peas in with them (to cool the eggs and also get him some veggies) and give him a slice of toast.

HTH!

tararaboomdeea 06-09-2006 09:26 AM

Re: Breakfast ideas?
 
Scrambled eggs, toast, applesauce, plain oatmeal, cream of wheat, smoothies, yougurt and some fruit, small pieces of pancake....

That's all I can think of for now. Breakfast is alwasy hard when they're in that transition stage between baby food and table food.


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