6 ideas for tasty and filling snacks for children to eat in the morning

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1. Spinach slices
Steam a little frozen spinach. Remove from the heat and set aside to cool. Beat one egg yolk with a lump of desalted cheese and mix with the cooled spinach. A slice of white or whole wheat bread is spread thinly with butter and topped with a layer of the spinach mixture. The slices are baked in the oven for a few minutes until they turn red.

2. Couscous

Boil the couscous according to the instructions on the package (you can boil it for a little longer). Drain off the excess water and add a knob of butter and some cheese while it's still warm.

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3. Boiled egg, ham, vegetables and bread, arranged imaginativelytion

For this breakfast, you can use your imagination to make it visually appealing. For example – cut the boiled eggs in two and put them in such a way that they look like eyes. Use carrot for nose and ham for mouth, tomatoes or lettuce for hair, etc. So, even if the child is not a particular fan of any of the ingredients, there is a greater chance that he will eat them if they resemble a picture or cartoon character.

4. Princesses - with minced meat, with yellow cheese, with cheese and eggs
It is good to use wholemeal bread and quality mincemeat if the princesses are mincemeat. Add slices of tomato, cucumber or carrot to make it more beautiful and useful.

5. Oatmeal with fruit, yogurt and honey
Another breakfast idea that is both tasty and healthy is to cut up fruit (e.g. banana, peaches or apricots) in a bowl. Yogurt, oatmeal (2 tbsp) and honey (1 tbsp) are added. We can add raisins and walnuts.

6. Noodles with cheese
Boil water on the stove and add the desired amount of noodles (or according to the instructions on the package). Boil for a few minutes and add butter and desalted cheese.

 

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