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Amazing healthy and easy breakfast ideas for kids

A fifth of children in the UK are overweight or obese by the time they start primary school. This alarming figure means it’s crucial that we tackle childhood obesity for the sake of our future generations. One way to do this is by starting the day off right with a healthy breakfast, check out some ideas we’ve tried and tested ourselves below.

Eggs in peppersEgg in peppers

This breakfast is easily adaptable no matter how you like your eggs.

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English-Muffin Egg Pizzas


These mini breakfast pizzas will soon become a family favorite. You can hard-cook eggs in advance and store unpeeled in the refrigerator for a week, which will shave off plenty of prep minutes in the morning.

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Prosciutto and Egg PaniniEgg panini

There’s no need for fast-food breakfast sandwiches when you can prepare this upscale version in just 15 minutes. Kids don’t like prosciutto? Substitute salami or ham instead.

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Breakfast PopsiclesBreakfast-Popsicles

Popsicles for breakfast? All that’s in these frozen beauties is yogurt and fruit – that’s it! Of course, you can dunk them in granola if you want to add a little crunch, and they’re a great healthy snack for anytime.

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Cooked breakfast


Believe it or not, a fry-up is healthier than a bowl of sugary cereal. Check out these small changes to make it even better for you:

  • Choose lean back bacon or sausages with a high meat content; always grill, griddle, or cook in a dry frying pan with no extra fat or oil.
  • Don’t forget to add in at least one of your 5-a-day: for example, grilled tomatoes and/or mushrooms and/or baked beans without the sauce which is full of sugar.
  • Scramble, poach or soft-boil eggs, or fry in a tiny drop of sunflower or olive oil.

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Green fritterscourgette-fritters

A quick, easy and healthy breakfast that will keep you satisfied until lunch, with eggs and essential green vegetables such as broccoli and courgettes.

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You can’t beat a classic! Especially when it’s full of complex carbohydrates and low in sugar as well as salt. If you’re looking for some added flavour – blueberries and bananas work brilliantly.

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