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Breakfast

 

Breakfast is a particularly important meal of the day.

Choose fortified breakfast cereals which contain less than 15g sugar per 100g. Typically this would include hot oat cereal, wheat biscs, rice puffs and cornflakes.

 

Breakfast ideas (1-4 years)


Hot oat cereal topped with fruit

 

Cornflakes with raisins and sliced banana

 

Peanut butter on toast with sliced banana


Baked beans on a toasted muffin

Baked beans- 60g
Toasted muffin- 30g
Vegetable fat spread- 4g


Omelette with tomatoes and wholemeal toast fingers

Omelette- 50g
Wholemeal toast- 20g
Vegetable fat spread- 4g
Tomatoes - 40g

 

Eggy bread with button mushrooms or tomatoes 

1 egg

1 slice of bread

1/4 tsp butter

  • Beat the egg in a bowl
  • Dip the bread in the egg on both sides
  • Melt the butter in a frying pan
  • Fry the bread in the butter over a gentle heat until the egg coating is well cooked

Serve with button mushrooms or tomatoes

Suggested portion sizes:  Eggy bread- 60g, button mushrooms / tomatoes - 40g

 

Scrambled egg and tomato on toast

1 egg

1tsp full fat milk

1/4 tsp butter

  • Beat the egg in a bowl with the milk
  • Melt the butter in a non-stick saucepan
  • Add the egg mixture, and stir all the time over a low heat until the egg is set thoroughly

Suggested portion sizes:  Scrambled egg- 50g, Cherry tomatoes- 40g, White toast- 20g, Vegetable fat spread- 4g