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Stumped about what to give your kids for breakfast because they’re sick of the same old, same old? These 5 Nutritious Toppings for Oatmeal will shake things up and get you out of your everyday breakfast rut! We’re really big oatmeal eaters in our house. Even in the summer when it’s warm outside you can still find us eating it weekly. Oatmeal is affordable, quick to make, super nutritious and a great canvas for any toppings your family loves.

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I’m constantly mixing the toppings I serve with oatmeal so the kids don’t get bored. I want to make sure they’re really healthy, but also add a touch of sweet and often something crunchy, chewy or just mind blowingly delicious like chocolate, coconut and bananas mixed together!

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How about Raspberries, blackberries and blueberries with a swirl of honey and Go and Grow Food Mix Ins sprinkled in for those kids who might not be getting all of the nutrients they need. It’s the perfect addition to foods as babies transition from breast milk or formula to solids too!

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Or your Oatmeal made in the Crockpot with Go and Grow Food Mix Ins swirled in and a variety of chopped apples, cinnamon and a touch of cinnamon on top?

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Peanut butter and fresh strawberries is an all time favorite and a great way to stay away from added sugar by using naturally delicious strawberries and protein packed peanut butter. Your kids PB&J never tasted so good!

What nutritious toppings do you put in your growing kids oatmeal?

About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

Comments

  1. We love to add fresh fruit (any kind of berries, peaches, bananas, etc) and a spoon full of almond or cashew butter.

  2. I’ll actually put some broccoli puree in and a little shredded cheddar cheese and make broccoli cheese oatmeal. Oatmeal isn’t just for breakfast! 😉

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