Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and well, my baby loves every meal of the day so I’m pretty confident she enjoys breakfast just as much as I do! The only problem is that I found myself feeding my daughter the same two breakfasts every morning and thought it was time to find quick and easy breakfast ideas for babies. I like to switch things up sometimes, especially when I find myself in a routine. It was time to find some new breakfast ideas for my baby girl.
My Standard Baby Breakfast Recipes
Below are my two go-to breakfast recipes for my 8 month old daughter.
1. Baby Cereal Mixed with Fruits and Yogurt
This is my basic go-to breakfast when I don’t want to think about what I’ll feed my baby girl. I have 4 baby cereals at home: rice cereal, oatmeal, barley and raspberry wheat cereal. Most mornings, I’ll either mash a ripe banana or unfreeze 1-2 cubes of homemade fruit, mix in some cereal and then add a tablespoon of 6% natural yogurt. As for the cereal, it really depends on my mood. Sometimes I’ll pick 1 cereal and other times I’ll mix a few cereals together. Instead of buying yogurt for babies which typically cost more because it says “baby” on it, I opt for Astro All-Natural Yogurt. I’ll add a sprinkle of cinnamon to top it all off. My daughter loves it!
2. Egg Yolk Mixed with Baby Cereal and Fruits
When I feel like it’s time to change things up, I smash up an egg yolk and then mix it with some fresh or frozen fruits that I unfreeze. Sometimes I’ll even add some cereal to give it more consistency.
These are my two quick and go-to breakfast recipes but I feel like it’s time to change it up again. Routine is good but it can drive you crazy. After reaching out to an online mommy group I’m part of, I’m introducing new breakfast recipes for my baby girl.
New Breakfast Ideas For Babies
Below are some breakfast ideas for babies I found on an online mommy group after asking for some inspiration.
3. Flourless Banana Pancakes
This recipe is quick and easy to do. I introduced it to my daughter this week and she absolutely loved it! I prepared the mix on the previous night so I wouldn’t have to do it in the morning and it was just perfect. Highly recommend it to all parents looking for new baby breakfast recipes.
4. An Egg Omelet Mixed with Vegetables
This is a great alternative to feed vegetables your baby doesn’t particularly enjoy. You can make a traditional omelette by cutting your vegetables in very small pieces (depending on your baby’s age). If your baby is still on purée, you can purée the vegetables and then mix them into your omelette. Omelettes are a great way to feed your baby vegetables they don’t particularly like.
5. Toast with Cheese
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