It’s been a while since I have done any updates on what Ava eats in a day so I thought I would share her meals for an entire week starting with some toddler breakfast ideas. I try to give Ava something slightly different each morning, just to stop boredom creeping in. Weekday breakfasts are usually something simple and quick to make, whereas weekends tend to be ‘treat’ breakfasts as we have more time. Ava is now 19 months old and is pretty confident with using a spoon to feed herself, we did baby led weaning so the occasional hand does slip in from time to time though! We use the Nuby SureGrip Suction Bowl and this Munchkin spoon and fork set Ava finds these easy to use and the bowl sticks just enough to stop her accidentally knocking it over. Warning – The suction does not withstand a toddler meltdown, although I’m not sure anything can!
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One week of toddler breakfast ideas
Oaty Cheerios, blueberries and a cup of whole milk.
Jam on best of both crustless bread, strawberries and blueberries and a cup of whole milk.
Rice krispies, raspberries and a cup of whole milk
Pancakes with a drop of maple syrup, raspberries and blueberries, plus her usual cup of milk
Shreddies, strawberries and blueberries, plus her usual cup of milk.
Scrambled egg and toast fingers, a satsuma and a cup of milk.
Porridge with a bit of chocolate nut spread stirred in and raspberries, plus a cup of milk.
Mealtimes with toddlers can often be daunting, especially when their favourite food is seemingly now their most hated. This is why I try to change things up and provide different options throughout the week. I’m always looking for toddler breakfast ideas on blogs and pinterest. What are your go to toddler breakfasts?