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Breakfast

  1. Make sure your kitchen is well stocked with breakfast food such as cereals, milk, yogurt, whole grain breads, low-fat muffins, whole grain pancakes, fruit and fruit juices, bagels, eggs, peanut butter and cheese.
  2. Get ready the night before by having the toaster, cereal and fruit ready for the morning. If possible set the table with breakfast dishes so everyone just has to sit down and eat!
  3. Ensure to wake up a bit earlier to make time for a relaxed family breakfast.
  4. Make sure the entire family is involved in preparing the foods, choosing the breakfast items and cleaning up.
  5. Make breakfast more exciting by trying these new recipes:
  • waffles cut into sticks and dipped in apple sauce with milk
  • fruit smoothie
  • grilled low-fat cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread, melon slices and 100% fruit juice
  • leftover pizza made with whole wheat crust and low-fat cheese and 100% fruit juice 
  • whole wheat tortilla or pancake rolled with peanut butter and banana with milk 
  • whole grain dry cereal or trail mix stirred into yogurt with a piece of fresh fruit
Check out the video for tips for making breakfast healthy, easy and convenient and new ideas to change up your daily eating routine.
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