We bought a TippiTopper pack of all three flavors and it’s been awesome for my 1 year old. I’m looking for some yummy, healthy breakfast ideas for him. Any ideas?
– Keri M.
Finding time to make your kiddo breakfast – not to mention getting him to eat it- can be a struggle. Breakfast for a picky eater is a particularly important meal because they are often their most hungry. This may be the most they eat all day and without too much struggle. Let’s talk breakfast and make it count!
If you are really pressed for time and need a quick breakfast try granola bars (but opt for those low in sugar and without processed ingredients); oat bran muffins (typically less fat they blueberry muffins) these are easy to keep in the freezer; fruit salad (topped with a little granola, plain yogurt and pumpkin seeds); smoothies (check out our protein packed, easy ideas at http://www.tippitopper.com/2014/12/protein-shake-ups-for-your-smoothie/); high-fiber, low-sugar cereals; and, instant oatmeal (plain with TippiTopper). And remember that breakfast doesn’t have to mean a standard breakfast menu.
Have a bit of time to spare? Try some of these favorite, yummy ideas from some of our favorite resources:
(Weelicious, Catherine McCord): http://www.thebump.com/a/top-10-recipes-for-one-year-olds
(Yummy Toddler Food, Amy Linden): http://www.yummytoddlerfood.com
(Super Healthy Kids): http://www.superhealthykids.com/recipe-category/breakfast/