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  • Peanut Butter and Banana Apple Stack ‘n Dip Not rated yet
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    This is a healthy breakfast that is fun to make for kids of all ages! Substitute smooth almond butter if you prefer.

    Peanut Butter and Banana Apple Stack ‘n Dip
  • Apple and Pear Compote Not rated yet
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    This versatile compote can be served to baby for breakfast, lunch or dinner, depending on the accompaniments. For a change of pace from cinnamon, try a pinch of ground cardamom or nutmeg.

    Apple and Pear Compote
  • Breakfast Banana Split Not rated yet
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    This makes a great breakfast time treat for kids who’ve been extra-specially cooperative! A sprinkling of chocolate chips gets anyone’s day off to a good start, without adding that much fat. Substitute your favourite yogurt flavour.

    Breakfast Banana Split
  • Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Cranberries and Sliced Almonds Not rated yet
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    Sweet potatoes are a great source of Vitamins A and C, and make a great substitute for white potatoes in many recipes, including potato salad. Roasting them brings out their sweetness.

    Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Cranberries and Sliced Almonds
  • Brown Rice Pudding with Soy Milk and Dried Blueberries Not rated yet
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    Precooked frozen rice is a great short-cut to this brown rice breakfast pudding. Especially welcome on a cold winter morning! Substitute vanilla soy milk and omit vanilla, if you prefer.

    Brown Rice Pudding with Soy Milk and Dried Blueberries
  • Granola-Topped Apricot Yogurt with Skewered Blueberries Not rated yet
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    Yogurt and granola provide the protein your family needs to make it through to lunch. Substitute their favourite jam.

    Granola-Topped Apricot Yogurt with Skewered Blueberries
  • Avocado Banana Mash Not rated yet
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    Babies need a high fat diet to develop properly. Avocados are full of heart-healthy unsaturated fat, and contain vitamin C, riboflavin and thiamine. You can mash the bananas and avocado completely or leave chunkier depending on your baby’s comfort level.

    Avocado Banana Mash
  • Little Blueberry Parfaits Not rated yet
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    At 18 months, your baby wants to feed herself. Give her this for breakfast and watch her go! The puffed wheat in this breakfast parfait is naturally very soft and softens further when layered in with yogurt and thawed berries.

    Little Blueberry Parfaits
  • Little Oatmeal Blueberry Muffins Not rated yet
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    Two little mini muffins are a perfect breakfast portion for a toddler. If placing two blueberries on top of each mini muffin is too time-consuming for you, just stir them into the batter. Freeze remaining muffins for another day, or share with the whole family.

    Little Oatmeal Blueberry Muffins
  • Sunshine Puree Not rated yet
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    If Mom wants to transform this delicious baby mash into a breakfast smoothie, she can add additional apple juice. Try portioning it into servings and refrigerating leftovers for a quick meal later in the week.

    Sunshine Puree