Ready-to-go breakfast schedule

Ready-to-go breakfast schedule

Meals to start the day

Lucille Beseler, RDN

Is co-author of Nurturing with Nutrition and a former president of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics representing over 100,000 Nutrition professionals, while also active as a clinical dietitian in South Florida.

Article in collaboration with: Melanie Bazarte, PhD

Fun and tasty breakfasts can start your kids' day in a healthy way. Use this already made schedule.

Eggs and toast, Banana, 1 tsp of butterWaffles, strawberries,
1 tsp butter,
1 cup milk
Hot cereal, banana, milkToast, 1/2 cup melon, 1 tsp butter or cheesePancakes, applesauce, yogurt Cereal, fruit, milkBagel, orange, 1 tsp butter
Cereal with fruit and milkCheese omelet,
fruit, milk
English muffin, cream cheeseFruit salad, yogurt, fruitCottage cheese, toast, fruitFrench toast, cut up apples, milkCinnamon toast, fruit, yogurt
1/2 cup oatmeal with cut up apple, milkWaffle, applesauce, 3/4 cup of milkPancakes, 1/3 cup strawberries, 1 cup yogurtCheese, toast, pear, milk3/4 cup cheerios, banana, milkScrambled egg, cheese, toast, orange, milkEnglish muffin with melton cheese, 1/3 cup melon, milk
Pancakes, strawberries, whipped cream
1/2 cup cream of rice, strawberries, milkHard boiled egg, bread, nectarine, milkCinnamon toast, shaved apple, yogurtCheese omelet, tomato (without seeds), milkOmelet with veggies, milkCream of wheat, cinnamon, applesauce, milk

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