Getting your children to eat a nutritious breakfast can be
difficult. Sweet, sugary cereals or toaster pastries are not the
best choice, even though kids love them. Once that sugar high kicks in, moms definitely
do not love them as much as the kids do.
One way to make breakfast more appealing is to spice it up a
little by stirring in tasty treats — ones that also have more nutritional value for
little growing bodies. Hot cereals like steel cut oatmeal and Cream of Wheat
are nutrient dense and a blank canvas for stirring in all sorts of toppings.
A few slices or chunks of fruit (fresh or dried) is a good way to add fiber, anti-oxidants,
vitamins and minerals to your hot cereal.
Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries or