4 ideas for breakfast for a preschooler

4 ideas for breakfast for a preschooler

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is especially important for children who grow, develop and need vitamins.

The basis of breakfast should be above all dark bread or cereal, lean curd, eggs, lean meats, vegetables. Unfortunately, children can be fussy at the table, especially in the morning when they are just up and do not have too much appetite.

Parents sometimes give way and they allow you to eat anything or just "skip" your child's breakfast. All in all, no wonder, because how much can you eat boring sandwiches, sausages or scrambled eggs? And yet children like to eat with their eyes.

As long as we have a lot of time in the morning (e.g. at the weekend), you can serve your child interesting sandwiches in the shape of a fudge or centipede, but sometimes it happens that only the top additions are eaten, the bread is intact and the child calls for snacks an hour after breakfast.

How encourage your child to breakfast and not lose a lot of time?

Here are 4 simple and quick recipesCottage cheese balls in a bowl of lettuce

  • iceberg lettuce leaf
  • semi-fat cottage cheese cube
  • spoon of natural yogurt
  • two tablespoons of chopped chives
  • a pinch of salt to taste

Crush cottage cheese with a fork, add yogurt, chives, salt and mix until smooth. Form balls into curds and serve on lettuce leaves. You can eat the balls yourself or spread them on a sandwich