Tips To Prepare Healthy Breakfast For Kids

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Kids' Healthy BreakfastIt is every mother's concern whether her child gets adequate nourishment through breakfast. This first meal is very important as it provides all the required nutrients to start the day. Here are some tips on how you can prepare a healthy breakfast, so that your child gets the most out of the morning meal.


 


 


Benefits of Eating a Healthy Breakfast


In the hustle of getting the kids ready to school in the morning, breakfast is often compromised with something that is easy to pack or store bought. A healthy breakfast will benefit your kid in the following ways:


 


  • It boosts energy levels and makes him alert and active.

  • It helps him think better and make good decisions.

  • It aids in understanding and absorbing the knowledge he gains throughout the day.

  • It provides power to the muscles.

  • It helps him perform better in classroom tasks.

  • It creates a sense of goodness, and thus, he is less irritable and cranky.


 


 


What is a Healthy Breakfast for Kids


Kids’ morning meal should be easier to eat, yet nutritious. You can try to incorporate the following tips while preparing a healthy breakfast.


  • Hot or cold cereal with milk and fruit toppings. It provides them with calcium, vitamins, and minerals required for the day.

    Cereal with fruits


  • Eggs are packed with proteins. They are easy to cook and yummy too. Different variations of eggs can be tried, such as boiled, fried, baked, or scrambled eggs .

     

  • An omelet with shredded vegetables. This will give your growing child the protein and multiple vitamins they require.

     

  • A smoothie with milk or yoghurt and fruits. This takes care of the calcium and fiber needs.

     

  • Whole grain sandwiches with peanut butter and vegetable fillings. Whole grains contain fiber, selenium, potassium, and magnesium which are essential for children.

     

  • Waffles or pancakes  made with flaxseed and walnut. Flaxseed and walnut contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are good for the brain.


 


 


Ready-to-Eat Breakfast Options


A granola bar


Mornings are busy, and even if you plan ahead, there are a few days when you would not have the time to make a breakfast. In such cases, a combination of the following would meet the daily dietary requirement.


  • A glass of milk.

  • A few pieces of fruit.

  • A mixture of dry fruits and nuts.

  • A granola bar.


 


 


 


Also, if you have the time, make the breakfast look attractive with a little figure or pattern to it, and your kids will be tempted to eat them fully. We hope the above suggestions will help you prepare a healthy breakfast for kids. Do try one of them or a combination and tell us how it helped your kids.


 


 


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