Overnight pancake mix with fruit topping
Make this batter before going to bed for fluffy pancakes the next morning.
Sunshine French toast
Make breakfast extra special by whipping up this easy French toast recipe that includes all four food groups. Your kids will love it!
Quinoa cranberry muffins
Quinoa (pronounced kee-nwa) is a great grain to keep in your pantry. It cooks quickly (in about 12 minutes) and can be used for muffins, soups and as a side dish.
Whole grain chocolate waffles
A very easy treat to make on a day at home with the kids. They also make a great snack.
Breakfast for mummies
Traditionally served as a side dish, this pasta is great to try for breakfast, warm or cold.
Mexican horchata (rice drink)
Horchata is a Mexican rice drink. It is traditionally made by grinding rice and soaking it overnight. This version will take you only about 10 minutes because you use a fortified rice beverage, which is a good source of many nutrients.
Make-your-own muesli cereal
Here’s a fun way to get your kids to eat eggs, which are easily digested and an excellent source of protein, vitamin A and iron.
This cereal, which can be mixed together in five minutes the night before, is high in fibre, thiamine and iron and much lower in fat and sugar than many store-bought cereals.
Make-ahead whole-wheat blueberry pancakes
These pancakes are made with whole-wheat flour and flax – for a good source of fibre and some heart-healthy omega-3.
English muffin egg pizza
Chocolate banana breakfast bars
Parents don’t let the title fool you! These fun-filled breakfast bars are also filled with all the good stuff you want your kids to eat such as whole-wheat flour, ground flax, oats, yogurt and banana.
Breakfast fruit pizza
Children will love this twist on a favourite food. Play it up!
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