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Yummy & Healthy Breakfast Recipes

Convenience is important, but health is king!
You’ll definitely agree with us, right?
Healthy breakfast is really essential for your little ones growth; it should be a mixture of carbohydrates and protein to keep them energetic and happy all day long.
Yummy Healthy Breakfast Recipes
Here are some awesome recipes that’ll make you and your little ones smile. You can smile looking at how simple and easy they are to dish out and your kids will jump with joy coz’ of the yumminess.
Banana Blast
Packed with proteins, this one is a must for your munchkin. Start off by taking a handful of grain dry cereal in a bowl and peel-off few bananas. Roll the bananas in the cereal bowl, till they are nicely coated and serve with a glass of milk. Sounds simple, now go ahead and try it out.
Power Granola
Flax seeds contain short chain omega 3 fatty acids, which are very useful for the development of your little one’s heart and brain. Serving this magical ingredient is really simple! All you have to do is mix a handful in a bowl of milk and top it up with a scoop of yoghurt.
Fruity Milkshakes
Thinking about serving a fresh, glass of milkshake before sending your little one to school? Great going! In a blender add fresh fruits from your refrigerator, put a tablespoon of honey, peanut butter and cinnamon. That’s it! Health and yumminess served in a glass.
French toast with Berries
French toast sounds boring? How about making it interesting with a dash of health quotient. Yes, it’s possible. Put together cottage cheese, berries on a slice of toasted whole wheat bread. You can add a surprise element in the end by garnishing it with maple syrup.
French toast with Berries
Tortilla Wrap
Always end up with leftover vegetables in your fridge? Don’t fret; we have a great solution for you. Place egg, cheese and vegetables into a tortilla and wrap it as a burrito. Serve this with a glass of fresh fruit juice.
You definitely want your little ones to start their day on a good note, right? Make a note of these simple recipes and tell us which one you would try out first. Happy cooking!