Breakfast for Toddlers

Allie - posted on 07/23/2011 ( 13 moms have responded )

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My son is 16 months old. I don't have him on a schedule so he usually sleeps anywhere between 9-10. What are some good breakfast items to feed my son when he does wake up in time for breakfast.

Thanks in advance for the comments!

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Nicole - posted on 08/16/2011

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i do cheerios =) but my toddler does have all her teeth and has had most her teeth since 13 months. so i have been doing cereals like cheerios, fruit loops, shredded wheat, dry or with little milk( shredded wheat with milk)
i also will do oat meal and fresh fruit
yogurt and fresh fruit
weaffles , pancakes, and fruit wiht some sausage. its things that i would normally eat my self for breakfast. if having no teeth then i would just do puree versions of it all.

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Amber - posted on 11/06/2011

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my 19mo is very picky...she'll usually only eat multigrain cheerios, blueberries, apples, and/or vanilla yogurt... sometimes she'll eat graham crackers or fruit leather.. she used to love plain waffles but not so much anymore. she's just starting to eat a slice of bread, so i think i'll sneak some peanut butter or pear butter on a piece and see how that goes :S

Charmaine - posted on 10/03/2011

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French toast - favorite
Wheat flour + egg + milk - pancake
Idli
Dosa
Broken wheat porridge
Oats
Uppumav
Vermicilli porridge
Omellettes
Trying to refrain from over the counter ready-mades...healthier to prepare at home.

Cheryl - posted on 08/17/2011

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My 17 month old loves cold dry cereals, toast with honey, jam, peanut butter or nutella, yogurt, banana, pancakes... anything we eat!

Taylor - posted on 08/07/2011

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the things we do most often are scrambled eggs, toast with jam, fruit, yogurt, cottage cheese, muffins, oatmeal, french toast sticks, and every once in awhile i will let her have an unfrosted poptarts.

Melissa - posted on 08/05/2011

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Whole wheat pancakes with fruit and sweet potato puree in them, so easy..make a batch as directed and add 2-4 jars of fruit/veggies and freeze! Oh and you can them with very little sugar! I still do baby oatmeal with lots of fruit and milk, he doesn't like the texture of the reg. oatmeal. I have a really picky eater! French toast dipped in a jar of sweet potatoes, peanut butter toast...

Kelsey - posted on 07/30/2011

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I feed her whatever her dad and I have for breakfast---scrambled eggs, sausage, cereal, toast and jam or peanut butter, bagels and cream cheese, oatmeal, fruit of any kind, waffles, french toast, yogurt with fruit, apple sauce, whatever lol.

Toni - posted on 07/30/2011

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My Little guy eats toast and a banana and some cheerios sometimes. He won't eat eggs, and I don't think babies need all the sugar that waffles and pancakes have in them. Once in a while, if I make those things for breakfast, he may be allowed to have one, but not often. :)

Amanda - posted on 07/29/2011

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i usually give my son a frozen waffle or some pancakes and scrabbled eggs. he also likes kix. he basically eats what ever his dad and i eat when we get up.

Carol - posted on 07/29/2011

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My son gets up about the same time. When i make him breakfast i usually make him scrambled eggs with toast. Or cream of fruit oatmeal. With a banana or orange, some times thinly sliced apples with out the skin. Hope it helps.

Teresa - posted on 07/28/2011

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lately my 16 month old has enjoyed english muffins with jam or cream cheese, he is also a fan of oatmeal (i mix it with a bit of applesauce), sometimes he'll just eat yogurt and fruit. i've done scrambled eggs a couple times and he liked them, but i think they gave him a rash, so i haven't tried them in a while.

Sinead - posted on 07/26/2011

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i get the small variety packs of cereal but they do have sugar in so only has them 2 a week, weetabix, cheese on toast, scrambled eggs on toast, toast with jam, crumpets. she has whatever me or her dad have for breakfast now. some mornings if she is being picky i chop up bits of fruit and give her them to feed herself with. x

Ruth - posted on 07/24/2011

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I usually give my 16 month old oatmeal mixed with a little bit of milk and honey and half a banana. He has also had toast with butter and honey or peanut butter. I usually try to give him some type of fruit along with a whole grain.

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