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Is breakfast the most difficult time for you as a mother? Does your little one refuse to consume anything before going to school? Then here we are with some amazing breakfast hacks which shall ensure that your little one does not only eat breakfast but he/she enjoys it as well.
Try these out:
The idea is to make it easier for your little one to consume breakfast. Hence, rather than loading a simple bread toast with loads of peanut butter and banana why not add these ingredients to a hot dog bun? Simple isn’t it? This way your little one would be able to consume it in a much better way.
THE NUTRI-SCALE-With enough fiber and protein to start the day, rest assured your child shall remain active at school and what’s more a dose of Vitamin C too.
It is difficult to prepare pancakes every now and then and all the more feeding your little one a pancake becomes extremely difficult. Hence you can store extra pancakes in the freezer and use them whenever required.
THE NUTRI-SCALE – With anti-oxidants on the go and loads of Vitamins and Omega-3 this recipe comes out as a clear winner.
Why add ice cubes to the smoothies you prepare for your little one ?A better idea is to freeze banana slices and use those for morning smoothies. Easy? Yes it is.
THE NUTRI-SCALE- A great source of magnesium, fiber, potassium and iron, banana can be the best breakfast idea for your little one.
While you might have heard about normal kebabs but fruit kebabs ? Yes, it is for real. All you need to do is use a skewer to add all your little ones favorite fruits and it’s done.
THE NUTRI-SCALE- This recipe is loaded with anti-oxidants and vitamins and what’s more? The fiber shall keep your child full for longer duration.
If your child is fussy and does not like consuming breakfast, then I am sure he/she would definitely love consuming these popsicles which are made of nothing but yoghurt.
THE NUTRI-SCALE- Yoghurt is a great source of protein and calcium and the fruits are loaded with Vitamin C,Vitamin A and fiber. This can be your on the go recipe.
It is as easy as it sounds! All you need to do is remove the stem of it using a straw. So let’s see how we can make it.
THE NUTRI-SCALE – Strawberries are a great source of Vitamin C and Vitamin A.Not just that strawberries look really appealing which is why your child is bound to get attracted to this fibre,Vitamin C rich recipes.
Are you bored of cooking eggs in a pan and all the more it takes time to get cooked? Then here is a quick fix for your problem.
THE NUTRI-SCALE- Eggs as known are a great source of protein and cheese only adds on to the protein ratio of this recipe. So go ahead and give this to your little one.
Do you wish to prepare scrambled eggs but find it a cumbersome task? Then here is what you need to do.
THE NUTRI-SCALE- Eggs are a great source of protein and Vitamin A.The veggies add on to the fiber and vitamin content, making this recipe highly nutritious and delicious.
While preparing oatmeal can take some time and at the same time it could be boring.Hence here is how you can cook oatmeal with a twist.
THE NUTRI-SCALE- Oats is a rich source of fiber along with banana adding to its magnesium content.Milk is enough to give a little dose of protein to your little one.In all an easy and filling recipe.
While your child might love peanut butter and not fruits as much, here is how you can make your child love both…All in one!
THE NUTRI-SCALE- Protein and fiber all the way. Not only does it make for a breakfast recipe, it is also tasty.
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