The Healthy Toddler Breakfast Guide has quick, easy, and grab-and-go breakfasts that are healthy —
and will make mornings a breeze.
For the tired mom
Before you even open your eyes in the morning, you know that you are needed.
You hear crying, or a small voice calling out for you. Or maybe you wake up to your little one standing 2 inches away from your face staring at you.
You are rushing around trying to get everyone what they need, while struggling to just feel semi-awake.
“Breakfasstttttttt I want breakfast!!!!!!”
The demands start, the whining, the general refusal to be a cooperative human being.
And the foods that tend to be the easiest to give them for breakfast aren’t usually the healthiest.
This guide will make mornings easier, with quick go-to healthy options you can feel good about (but may not know about yet).
And, shopping will be a breeze when you’re not wondering, “is this a good choice for my little one or not?” With this guide in your hands, you’ll know exactly which products to get.
For the picky eater
I don’t know about you, but I like to keep things as simple as possible in the morning.
My son would eat Cheerios every day of his life if I let him, but it’s important to me that he gets some variety in his diet, and doesn’t become the kid who can’t eat anywhere besides home because he refuses to eat anything different.
So I like to rotate between a few different options each week.
In this guide, I give some of my best quick tips to help expand what they’re willing to eat for breakfast.
You’ll get ideas on how to add extra nutrition to their favorites.
And, all of my recommendations to swap out the less healthy choices, for ones they love just as much, with better nutrition for them!
Something about starting off the morning with a good, healthy breakfast just sets the tone for the day.
This guide will make it easy for you to do that.
What's inside: healthy and easy options in ALL the breakfast categories toddlers love
What Toddlers Need
Finding the best choices for toddlers can be tricky, because we want to limit their added sugar, give them healthy & filling options, and make sure to avoid choking hazards, too.
Addressing all of these important factors makes this the perfect guide for parents of toddlers and preschoolers.
The guide also answers common questions like,
- “are pancakes and waffles even healthy?”
- “Is protein powder okay for my little one?”
- “How can I make their breakfast more filling?”
- “What types of things can I serve to my picky eater?”
- “What are healthy breakfast options we can grab when running out of the door?”
- “What type of milk is best for my toddler?”
Plus...you'll get the tool that
ELIMINATED breakfast battles in my house!
Bonus immune-boosting smoothie recipes
10 activities to keep your little one occupied
while you get breakfast ready, so they're not whining and hanging at your feet!
Grab the Healthy Toddler Breakfast Guide
+ 35-page Healthy Toddler Breakfast Guide by a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (Valued at $49)
+ Breakfast Choice Cards PDF (Valued at $15)
+ Immune Support Smoothie ebook PDF (Valued at $10)
+ Toddler Breakfast Activity set PDF (Valued at $5)
Total value = $79
Today's Price = $15
Hey! I’m Kacie.
I’m a pediatric nutrition expert, and I love helping moms make feeding their little ones easier and less stressful.
Even as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who lives and breathes food and nutrition – I still find it really challenging to feed my two kids!
Between the constant demands, the whining, the picky eating, and the little time I have to be in the kitchen – it feels stressful to me, too.
That’s why I’m constantly working to SIMPLIFY and take anything off our long mom list of to-dos.
Setting up our kids with healthy habits that they will take with them throughout their lifetime is a huge priority for me. (And when I say “our kids”…I mean yours too!)
It’s a hard job – raising these littles! So I hope I can take away a little bit of the mom worry, the mom guilt, and the stress over whether you’re doing the right thing for your kids.
Frequently Asked Questions
This is best for ages 1 and up. It’s great for kids who are older than toddler age, too! The reason it’s not best for babies under 12 months is that some products and recipes do contain honey, which is not safe for babies under 12 months. And, some of the foods will be difficult to handle for babies who aren’t fully established on solids.
There is a table at the end of the guide identifying the products that contain top 8 allergens (wheat, tree nut, peanut, milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish). However, you must ALWAYS check packages before serving, to ensure it is free of the allergen(s) that must be avoided.
Yep! There is very little meat in this guide. There are vegan options included as well.
There will likely be many product recommendations that you will not be able to find in other countries. I’m sorry!!