Breakfast ideas for toddler

Jerrie - posted on 01/11/2009 ( 9 moms have responded )

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Does anyone have any easy breakfast ideas for a one year old?

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Heather - posted on 01/12/2009

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Most mornings I give my daughter oatmeal or cream of wheat (COW) with bananas. I buy bananas that are brown (the browner they are, the more vitamins and nutrients your body can process, the greener they are the least), and I usually get these at a discount ($.19 to $.49 lbs.) and just put them in the freezer. In the morning, I will cut a frozen banana in half and then cut that half into chunks, peel it and put it in the HOT oatmeal/COW. It cools the oatmeal/COW perfectly and I don't need to add unhealthy butter or sugar to get her to eat it. I guess it would work with any frozen fruit, but with the bananas at $.19/Lb. I can't beat it.

Kimberly - posted on 01/12/2009

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My little boy is 18 months and he likes,



   bananas, grapes and apples



   cereal w/ very little milk



   scrambled eggs and toast



   nutrigrain bars



they're all really easy and he can feed himself witch he thinks is a must. Good luck.

Andrea - posted on 01/11/2009

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My son always loved instant apple and cinnamon oatmeal fresh from the microwave put a cold single serving cup of  applesauce in it.  It quickly cools it down and thins it out so it is easy to swallow. 

Mandisse - posted on 01/11/2009

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take one of those brown pears and with a spoon kinda mash the pear and give it to him my baby eats all kinds of fruit like that in the morning

Kindra - posted on 01/11/2009

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I have twin boys that are 13 months old they love yogart, scrambled eggs, and ceam of wheat with a little butter and brown sugar. Good luck!!

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My daughter likes frozen blueberries. She really enjoys feeding herself. Also frozen waffles. I think she really liked the frozen stuff when she was teething.

Shayne - posted on 01/11/2009

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Have you ever tried making french toast sticks? Slice some whole wheat bread vertically and dip in egg, a dash of milk and dash of vanilla mixture. Cook in a greased frying pan on both sides. Put a bit of syrup on them, and serve with cut up fruit. Or how about some good old fashioned oatmeal with sliced banana and strawberries? :)

Jessica - posted on 01/11/2009

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My son really loves those Nutrigrain Bars and the whole grain waffles with fruit in them. They are both really soft and easy to eat, plus he can feed himself which he really likes. He also enjoys yogurt

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