Any healthy breakfast ideas for toddlers?
Easy Chocolate Croissants Yes, you can make croissants in just 20 minutes. You’ll only spend five minutes assembling them from refrigerated crescent rolls and chocolate chips before popping them in the oven to bake. Makes 8 croissants Hands-On Time 5 min Total Time 20 min INGREDIENTS 1 8-count tube refrigerated crescent rolls 1/3cup semisweet chocolate chips or chopped semisweet chocolate DIRECTIONS Heat oven to 375° F. Unroll the dough and separate it into 8 triangles. Place about 10 chocolate chips on the bottom third of each triangle and roll the dough up around the chocolate. Transfer the croissants to a baking sheet (lined with parchment paper, if desired, for easier cleanup). Bake until golden brown, 12 to 14 minutes. Serve warm or at room temperature. Quick Sticky Buns These sweet treats have a surprise topping—thinly sliced bananas, along with chopped pecans and melted brown sugar. It’s easy to create individual buns using a muffin tin and pre-sliced refrigerated biscuits. Serves 10 Hands-On Time 10 min Total Time 20 min INGREDIENTS 1 1/2tablespoons unsalted butter, cold and thinly sliced into 10 pieces 1 medium banana, thinly sliced 1/2cup (2 ounces) pecans, chopped 3tablespoons dark brown sugar 1 7.5-ounce tube refrigerated buttermilk biscuits DIRECTIONS Heat oven to 375° F. Drop a piece of butter in the bottom of each of 10 compartments of a muffin tin. Arrange the banana slices on top. Sprinkle the pecans and brown sugar over the bananas. Top each compartment with a biscuit. Bake until golden brown, 8 to 10 minutes. Remove from oven. Place a baking sheet on top of the muffin tin while the buns are still hot. Carefully flip the tin over, tapping the bottom to release the buns. Transfer to a platter. Serve warm.Read more
Make an oatmeal breakfast fun by allowing your toddler to dress up their own bowl. After cooking the oatmeal to your specifications, set out some toppings on the counter and allow your kid to put together their own concoction. Toppings might include rainbow sprinkles, chocolate chips, chopped nuts (if your child can chew them), brown sugar, honey (if your child is older than 1), chopped fruit, raisins, or anything else that you can pull out of your pantry. Oatmeal is not boring anymore and suddenly delicious!Read more
Try making overnight oats: - 1/4 cup rolled oats - 1/3 cup milk - 1/3 cup regular/greek yogurt - 1.5 teaspoons chia seeds (optional) Mix everything in a glass jar and place in fridge overnight. Serve in the morning. You can also add some fruits for an even healthier version. I love overnight oats. Easy to prepare, nutritious and the combinations are endless. :)Read more
Peanut butter banana french toast. Cook french toast as per normal (eggs, bread, milk) and after one side is golden, flip over and spread the peanut butter and banana slices. Sandwich the two pieces of bread together and let the peanut butter turn into a warm gooey delicious mess. Serve warm and cut in smaller pieces so that your toddler can enjoy it easily :)Read more
Omelette with pumpkin seeds. Beat two eggs and fry omelette style, add in some ready store bought pumpkin seeds. Cook omelette till well done. Super easy.
2 cups of sliced strawberries and bananas, 2 cups plain yogurt and ¼ cup honey. Pour into popscicle molds and freeze for 5+ hours.