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Brainy Breakfast Guide

By Nancy Gottesman Kids who eat a healthy breakfast are more alert, behave better, and have fewer mood swings. These three brain-boosting meals make it easy to set up your…
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Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins

Who doesn’t love bananas and chocolate? These fruit-filled muffins are yummy and easy to make, and are perfect for a breakfast treat or a snack. Ingredients 1 3/4 cups all-purpose…
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Peachy Pancakes

Serves 4 Ages: 1 year and up Prep time: 30 minutes 1. In a medium bowl, whisk together 1-1/2 cups multigrain pancake mix, 1-1/4 cups milk, 2 tablespoons canola oil,…
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Blueberry Granola Muffins

By Christina Stanley-Salerno Being a busy working mom (or mom-to-be) means it isn’t always easy to find the time whip up a nutritious breakfast. These muffins make a great quick and…
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Fruity Maple Oatmeal

Get your toddler excited about oatmeal with this sweet rendition, full of fun flavors like maple, cinnamon, and apricots. Make a big batch on Monday and store leftovers in the…
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Confetti Potato Frittata

By Stacy Whitman with Kim Galeaz, R.D. The really great thing about this quick-cooking frittata? It makes the perfect meal for tots and grown-ups morning, noon, or night. Ingredients 1…
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Banana Chocolate Mini-Muffins

PHOTOGRAPHY: PORNCHAI MITTONGTARE; FOOD STYLING: LIESL MAGGIORE; PROP STYLING: MAGGIE HILL WARD. NOTE: For longer-lasting freshness, freeze these in a zippered plastic bag. Recipe: In a large bowl, combine 1⁄2…
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Finger Foods: No Yolk Pancakes

By Lisa Barnes www.petitappetit.com Age:  9-12 months and beyond… Egg-free/Vegetarian Jonathan, a 2 ½ year old, was allergic to eggs but wanted to eat pancakes.  His mom couldn’t find a…
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