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10. Museli - combine wheat flakes oat flakes rye flakes barley flakes with some dry fruits like raisins currants seeds like pumpkin seed. Serve with seasonal fruits and milk. 11. Quick French toast - cut couple of bread slices into four triangles each. Dip them in beaten egg (season it as needed) and cook on hot tava. Drizzle some oil or butter while cooking. Cook both sides and that s a good breakfast on the go. 12. Millet gruel - Millet is usually considered poor man s food but truth is many people who work hard physically have ragi gruel often for breakfast. It keeps them full for long although they are involved in intense work. One way of preparing is similar to multi grain porridge mentioned previously. Another method is to mix it with some buttermilk and let it sit overnight.
If you like it sweet add some milk sugar or honey or any other sensible sweetener of choice. If you like savory then add some buttermilk and little salt and consume. Either way have a banana or any other fruit of choice. 2. Breakfast shake - milk shake or smoothies make great breakfast. Blend a banana sweetened with date syrup or any other natural sweetener (avoid synthetic sweetners or refined sugar) along with some milk. Top with crushed nuts and drink. Adding oat milk instead of cow s milk can help reduce calories and fat and also lend to fibre intake. You could try the same with apple too. You could also use a spoon of wheat germ as topping. 3. Muffin - having a low sugar bran loaded muffin is a great way to fill you up for the morning.
When it comes to children it is very important to set up healthy eating habit at an early stage and for that having breakfast is important. With children getting less and less playtime and exercise these days it is all the more important for them to eat healthy. There is no point in sending them to school to learn stuff if they cannot concentrate and as parents we need to give them adequate support to enable them to learn. Hopefully by now you are at least thinking about having breakfast. I come from a tamil Brahmin family and Brahmin meal plan is quite well known because most of them have a big mid morning meal later in the afternoon a tiffin or lighter meal is consumed while dinner sometimes is liquid intake or fruits or some cereals if not curd rice.