Breakfast is the most important meal of the day specially for kids. It’s one of the most important meals Prime Moms should get right as it affects how kids will do for the rest of the day.
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How can we make breakfast better for kids? By making it something they look forward to every morning.
You don’t have to slave long hours in the kitchen to come up with great breakfast dishes. Here
are some quick, tasty breakfast treats that are sure to put a smile on your kids faces when they see what is waiting for them every morning.
Goat Cheese and Egg Toasts with Fresh Peas and Dill
Feel good and ready to conquer the day with the creative twist to your usual egg toast. The recipe contains peas which are rich in vitamin K. Some research suggest that Vitamin K helps the calcium stay in the body’s bones.
Here is a a variant of the ever famous breakfast staple. This cheesy treat is made even better with mushrooms, which, aside from being tasty, are also nutritious! Did you know that mushrooms contain fiber which is good for digestion? It also contains a mineral called Selenium, which is said to prevent the growth of tumors and fight cancer cells.
Microwave Banana Cake in a Bowl
Yes, you can make banana cake in the microwave in record time! Bananas are a good source of fiber that helps in the body’s digestion. Since it’s quick and easy to make, you can serve it fresh everyday.
Healthy Zucchini Muffins
Vegetables for breakfast? YES! Including them in sweet pastries one a creative way to “hide” veggies. These moist muffins are sure to be a favorite. The good news is that zucchini is rich in antioxidants as well as vitamin C. Vitamin C is an immune-booster while antioxidants, on the other hand, help prevent or delay some types of cell damage.
Poached Eggs with Broccoli, Tomatoes, and Whole Wheat Flatbread
This fun and tasty recipe takes only little more than 10 minutes to make. This dish combines the healthy and delish goodness of eggs and broccoli. Eggs are rich in protein (essential in building and repairing tissues), broccoli is rich in antioxidants.
If an apple a day will keep the doctor away, apple nachos are sure to give your kids their first smile for the day. Apples are a good source of potassium, which regulates fluid balance and control the electrical activity of the heart and other muscles.
Bell Pepper Eggs
Sunny side ups with a twist! How cute does it look? Bell Peppers are rich in vitamin C! Combined with the protein of eggs, you’ll have one healthy and tasty breakfast for your kids and the whole family.
Are you feeling hungry, yet? So are we! Be right back, the kitchen is calling.
Have a great day, Prime Moms!
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