Quick, Easy and Healthy Breakfast meals for your little BIG eater
I have cut my son off (not entirely, but with more strict moderation) from eating pizza, chips, too many sweets and anything else that will aid in the onset of diabetes. This cut-off is going to be an impact in my home, because I have also cut myself off from it. Contrary to what doctors say, our kids are not prone to being obese, unless we let them get that way….(not the same thing as health complications that lead to being heavier, not even within the same topic.)
My son is a handsome young man, who has always been big in stature over all, for his age, and he carries it well, but I do not want him to be a critically obese…..handsome young man….not to mention setting him up for ridiculing by peers, even hateful adults. Sure, he will face people that will not care for him, regardless, but, to set him up to be made fun of for his weight, would be a shame on his parents.
Most parents want to protect their children. Do not just protect their safety, but also safe-guard their health. What they put into their mouths now, will catch up to them in their pre-adolescent years, all the way into adulthood.
PEANUT BUTTER FRUIT BONANZA
1 PIECE OF 100% WHOLE GRAIN WHEAT TOAST
SPREAD PEANUT BUTTER, ALMOND OR COTTAGE CHEESE ON THE TOAST
SLICE 1/2 BANANA AND 1 SMALL MANDARIN (or whatever fruit you choose)
SERVE WITH A “DANIMALS SMOOTHIE”
You just made your kiddies the yummiest toast ever with a delicious mini fruit salad. the whole grain and peanut butter packs protein and energy . This breakfast is simple, quick and excellent brain food. The wholegrain and peanut butter is very filling when paired together.
THE WHOLE WHEAT TREAT
1 WHOLE WHEAT PANCAKE
TOPPINGS: 1 WHOLE OR 1/2 OF AN APRICOT
TOPPINGS: 1/2 OF A BANANA
TOPPINGS 1/4 CUP OF BLUE BERRIES
1 TEASPOON OF HONEY DRIZZLED ON TOP
1 TBL SPOON OF CRUSHED WALNUTS SPRINKLED ON TOP (WALNUTS NOT NECESSARY….JUST YUMMY and FOR A LITTLE CRUNCH!)
BLAZING BERRY OATMEAL
1 CUP OF MAPLE OATMEAL
1/4 CUP OF STRAWBERRIES
1/4 CUP OF BLUE BERRIES
1/4 CUP OF RASPBERRIES
SERVE WITH A GLASS OF ORANGE JUICE
This breakfast will stick to the bones and keep your student alert and awake during classes and it is packed FULL OF ANTIOXIDANTS!!!!
Portions differ per size of child(ren), family, and age. I have based these recipes from my own childs food consumption. 😀 (change it up the way that you need to.)
Here’s to a HEALTHY school year!!!
❤ Raven Nicole`