6 Non-Spicy, Summer Breakfast Recipes For Children

Getting up early in the morning and preparing breakfast for children is a hassle. Most of them don’t like spicy food, and you need to prepare something that is hearty and takes you less time in the kitchen. In summer, these dishes must include seasonal and hydrating ingredients so that your munchkins stay energetic in school and can concentrate on their studies without feeling hungry until their break time.

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To make the lives of parents a little easier, this article mentions non-spicy recipes that can be served on the dining table in under 15 minutes. They can also be packed in tiffins, making them a perfect go-to pick for rushed mornings. Note these delicious and nutritious recipes to spend less time in the kitchen and more time in digging into healthy meals. 

Mango-Peach Smoothie Bowl

In the morning, you can present to your kids a healthy and enriching bowl of mango and peach smoothie. Start by blending mangoes, peaches, and a few other seasonal fruits of your choice. Transfer the smoothie into a bowl, and top it with crushed nuts and dried fruits, slices of seasonal fruits, berries, and a tablespoon of soaked chia seeds. Your children will be impressed and finish the bowl in no time.

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Egg Tartine

In a hot skillet, add bread slices to toast, and in another skillet, break eggs. While your bread gets toasted and eggs get fried, you can slice tomatoes and avocados. Top each toast with vegetable and fruit slices and finish the dish with a fried omelette. Garnish with fresh coriander leaves, salt, and black pepper. You can also sprinkle a pinch of red chilli flakes if your children like the taste. This recipe is filled with protein and essential nutrients.

Breakfast Pizza

Pizza is unhealthy if you order it or make it with a lot of refined flour. For a quick and healthy recipe of pizza, you can roll leftover wheat dough, roast the base on a hot tawa, spread some homemade tangy chutney and ketchup on top, sprinkle corn, spinach, onions, and other veggies, and finish with cheese. You can also break an egg on the top before tossing the pizza inside the oven. In a couple of minutes, you will have a delicious homemade and healthy pizza served on the dining table.

Muesli With Berries

If you are looking for a recipe that won’t take you more than 5 minutes to serve, it is muesli. All you need to do is add muesli to a bowl, pour some milk, and top it with fresh berries and crushed fried fruits like cashews, almonds, and walnuts. With this recipe, you will be able to incorporate healthy ingredients into the diets of your children. This dish is low in sodium and high in calcium, which is what growing kids need.

Avocado And Spinach Omelette

One way to feed your children spinach is to hide it. A unique method is to cook it with an egg. Take a hot skillet, roast some spinach leaves in garlic butter, and pour the beaten egg all over it. Season it with salt, pepper, and a pinch of red chilli flakes. Serve the omelette with avocado, tomato, and onion slices on top of it. This recipe will hardly take you 10 minutes to prepare.

Scrambled Egg Wraps

If you can make thick round fulki roti at home, you will not have to buy whole wheat pita. Start by preparing scrambled eggs with a handful of spinach. In another pan, roast sliced onion and tomato to make a tangy concoction. Open the pita in the middle, and fill it with the tomato-onion mixture and scrambled eggs. You can also make a wrap of these ingredients, add cheese or paneer on the top, and toss on the skillet again to roast the surface of a whole-wheat tortilla wrap.