• Thinking out of the Bowl: School-day Breakfast Ideas
    Start school days right with cereals for breakfast.
  • If you think your child’s cereal can only be served in a bowl of milk, then you’re in for a surprise. Here are four ways you can give his morning bowl of breakfast cereal servings a dose of creativity and fun:

     

    1. COLOR YOUR KIDS’ MORNINGS BRIGHT

    Give your kids a rainbow for breakfast by serving the cereal in a clear, tall halo-halo glass with their favorite flavored yogurt and fruits to provide a unique and interesting breakfast presentation. Watch your kids’ eyes grow wide as they behold and savor the colorful layers.

    Use their favorite Nestlé Breakfast Cereals, such as Koko Krunch, Honey Stars, and Cookie Crisp, that come in different colors to make this breakfast rainbow a promise of good things to come: whole grain, fiber, vitamins, and minerals to help kick-start a day that’s packed with adventure and fun. 

     

    2. LET A GREAT DAY TAKE SHAPE

    Create cute and quirky images using cereal and sliced fruits of different shapes. While you can always include some canned fruits, such as cherries and peaches, it is always better to use fresh fruits in season to complement the fiber, complex carbohydrates, and B vitamins found in Nestlé Breakfast Cereals. You can even get your kids’ creative juices flowing by letting them transform their meal into different shapes and images.

     

    3. POUR IN MORE FUN

    Fresh milk has always been paired with cereal. But did you know that using flavored milk can result in interesting flavors? Try melon-flavored milk with Cornflakes, or strawberry-flavored milk with Koko Krunch. You can even pair cereal with fruity yogurt, too.

     

    4. GO NUTS WITH EXTRA GOODNESS

    Another simple, easy, and exciting way to get your kids to enjoy their cereal and the benefits of fruit at the same time is to top off peanut butter-coated fruit with cereal.

    Give this a try:  The night before, coat bananas in peanut butter, top them off with the kids’ favorite Nestlé Breakfast Cereals, and put them in the freezer. Take them out and serve in the morning. You can also use other fruits, such as apples, melons, or strawberries.

     

    Try these tips yourself when serving your kids their morning bowl of Nestlé Breakfast Cereals, and watch them wake up to fun, creative, and energy-filled days!

    Visit www.facebook.com/NestleCereals.ph for more tips on how you can get your kids to wake up to the goodness of whole grain.

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