So. My toddler doesn't really do breakfast. Yeah. I know. Insert recommendation about kids doing so much better with a healthy start and childhood obesity and blah blah blah. I know. I've tried. She doesn't really like many breakfast foods and she's just too busy. Seriously. Her typical response to breakfast:
LET'S. JUST. GO.
And you know what? I feel exactly the same way about it. So we eat alot of granola bars in the car. On the few days I do manage to get her to eat something before noon it's because I offered her this:
The Toddler Breakfast of Champions (not really)
Step 1: Toast a frozen waffle.
I usually just get plain but if you really want to tell nutritional value to go screw itself you can use chocolate chip. Those are delicious.
Step 2: Slather with Nutella.
It's best if you do it as soon as the waffle comes out of the toaster so the chocolate goodness melts down into the waffles. But if your life is anything like mine you put the waffles in the toaster and then 20 minutes and a whole lot of distractions later you remember they are there. Meh. Still delicious.
Step 3: Top with sliced banana
I prefer mine separate, thank you very much.
And that's it! Delicious and we'll pretend it's not so bad for you what with the protein in the hazelnuts and the vitamins in the banana. I've also used peanutbutter in place of the nutella before but then she wants jelly and at that point we may as just call it an early lunch.