6 healthy breakfasts and cereals for children

The perfect children’s breakfast is delicious, beautiful, and healthy. Offer your child one of these breakfasts to eat with pleasure and go to school in a great mood. A healthy breakfast consists of complex carbohydrates and proteins so that the child can learn, without thinking about food, before lunch or even lunch. Combine cereal, cereal, or whole-grain bread with milk or yogurt, eggs, cottage cheese, or cheese. Do not forget to supplement the children’s breakfast with fresh fruits or berries: they will add not only the necessary vitamins and minerals but also the bright colors that are so necessary at the beginning of the day!

Simple cheesecakes

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50-60 g of raisins

500 g of cottage cheese


3 tbsp.  flour plus for breading

2 eggs

bread crunches flour

cooking oil for frying

country sour cream, fresh berries, or honey for serving

1. Steam raisins in hot water, discard in a colander, let dry. Curd wipe through a sieve. Add sweetener, flour, and eggs to the curd. Knead a smooth dough. Add raisins and mix.

2. Flour the breading for breading on a work surface. Wet hands to make the dough in small portions and, forming cakes out of it, roll each one in flour. Leave for 10 minutes. Then roll in flour again.

3. Heat vegetable oil in a frying pan. Fry cheesecakes for 1.5 min. from each side. Serve hot with sour cream.

Omelet Three taste


Parsley sprigs – 4 pcs.

500 g zucchini

crushed garlic – 2 cloves

egg – 12 pcs.

red bell pepper – 2 pcs.

ground nutmeg – 1 tsp.

green onion stalks – 4 pcs.

salt – to taste

vegetable oil – 4 tbsp.

1. Peppers were washed, put in a baking dish, and put in a preheated 200 ° C oven for 20 minutes. Put in a plastic bag, tie a neck, and let the peppers cool. Then peel and remove the core. The flesh is finely chopped. Zucchini peel, cut in half and remove the seeds. Cut the zucchini into small cubes. Wash, dry, and chop green onions and parsley. Garlic peel and chop.

2. Mix 4 eggs with onions, parsley, garlic, a pinch of nutmeg, salt, and pepper.

3. Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a pan. and pour the beaten eggs. After 1.5 minutes to shift the resulting cake on a paper towel.

4. Whisk 4 more eggs with pepper pieces and spices. Fry in 1 tbsp. of oil 1.5 min.

5. Put on the first cake.

6. Heat the remaining butter and fry the zucchini, 5 min. Whisk the remaining eggs with spices, pour into the pan with zucchini, and cook for 1.5 minutes. Turn over to the other side. Put all the cakes in the shape of each other. Put in an oven preheated to 180 ° C for 15 minutes. Allow to cool slightly, take out of the mold, cut into portions and serve.

Children’s semolina with berries

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1 glass of milk


3 tsp. semolina

¼ tsp salt

piece of butter

berries for serving

 1. Pour cold milk into the pan. Add salt and sweetener to taste, stir. Add the semolina to the milk.

2. Put on the fire and start stirring continuously. As soon as the milk begins to boil, reduce the heat, move the saucepan to the edge of the burner and continue to stir for two or three minutes until the porridge thickens.

3. Add butter, stir, pour the porridge into a plate, add jam and berries.

Millet porridge with cottage cheese


1 cup of millet

2 cups soy milk

300 g low-fat cottage cheese


1 tsp curry powder, if desired

1. Rinse the millet several times: first with cold and then with hot water so that the water from it flows completely transparently.

2. Put the millet in the pan, pour 200 ml of drinking water, bring to a boil and cook until half cooked, 15 min. If not all the water is absorbed, drain it.

3. Add boiling milk, curry (if desired), and salt to the pan with millet. Reduce heat to low, cover tightly, and cook for 30 minutes. Remove from heat.

4. Put the cottage cheese, mix thoroughly, wrap the pan with porridge in a blanket and leave for 30-40 minutes.


The most useful cottage cheese – the one that you have prepared yourself. Boil 1 l of milk, leave on low heat, pour in 1 l of kefir, mix, and after 1.5 minutes. remove from heat. Put the mass in a linen bag and hang it over a bowl for 8-10 hours.

Rice pudding with berries and vanilla

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1 cup round grain rice

1 l milk

80 g butter

1 glass of berries (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries)


1/2 tsp salt

berry syrup for serving

1. Put the rice in a wide pan with a thick bottom and pour 1.5 cups of boiling water. Bring to a boil and cook for 10 minutes, stirring constantly.

2. Cut along the vanilla pod and scrape the seeds. Bring the milk to a boil and pour half into the rice. Add the vanilla seeds and cook, stirring until the pudding thickens.

3. Pour some more milk, add salt and sugar. Cook until ready, if necessary, add milk. In the finished pudding, stir in butter and remove the pan from the heat.

4. Add berries. Cover the pan with a lid and leave for 5 minutes. Spread the pudding on the ice-cream bowls or beautiful bowls and pour the berry syrup over.

Rice porridge is cooked for a long time, so you can cook it in the evening, and warm it in the morning by adding milk.

Semolina figurines with apricots

Your children do not like porridge? Prepare these figures for them – they are tastier and more fragrant than regular porridge, and they are much more fun. Although, in principle, there is nothing particularly useful in semolina – unless you buy whole grains in the health food stores: it is dark beige, fragrant, literally “stuffed” with healthy fiber and vitamins. Such figures can be made from it.


100 g of semolina

1/2 l milk

2 eggs

150–200 ml of cream with 25% fat

50 g butter

2 tbsp.  breadcrumbs

2 tbsp.  crushed almond

half vanilla pod

1 tbsp.  brown sugar


For the apricot sauce:

400 g fresh apricots

3 tbsp. honey or brown sugar

150 ml of non-carbonated mineral water

  1. For the apricot sauce, cut apricots lengthwise and remove the stones. Heat the water, dissolve the honey (sugar) in it, bring to a boil, put the halves of apricots, and cook for 5-7 minutes.

2. Take out the apricot halves from the syrup. Boil the syrup until thick, cool, and put the syrup and separately the apricots in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Whip very cold cream into a thick foam, gradually adding syrup. Set aside before serving.

3. Cut the vanilla pod in half lengthwise, scrape the seeds into the milk poured into the saucepan with the tip of a knife, and put the pod in the same place.

4. Bring milk to a boil and gradually, stirring, add semolina, sugar, and salt on the tip of a knife. Cook on medium heat until cooked (thick porridge will turn out), about 7 minutes. Remove from heat and cool slightly.

5. Separate the yolks from the whites. Put the egg yolks in the porridge, mix well. Put the mass on a greased baking sheet and smooth it, the layer thickness should be no more than 2 cm.

6. When the mass is completely cooled and becomes dense, cut out hearts, stars, flowers (or other figures) in cookie cutters.

7. Swallow egg whites. Stir crackers with nut crumbs. Heat the butter in the pan. Dip the semolina figurines into the protein first, then with the nuts and crackers and fry in oil until golden brown.

8. Put the semolina figurines on a plate, add the halves of apricots to them, pour the creamy sauce.


In winter, prepare an apricot sauce from canned apricots. To do this, get apricots, boil syrup, in which they were, cool, and whisk with cream.


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