What children from all over the world eat for breakfastBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/what-children-from-all-over-the-world-eat-for-breakfast
It is believed that breakfast is the most important meal. Let's take a look at the variety of foods that children from different countries eat in the morning. If you are tired of cornflakes, yogurt and omelets, then I advise you to borrow a couple of breakfast dishes from other cultures.
Saki Suzuki, 2 years 6 months, Tokyo
A dish of soy bean natto, rice, miso soup, pumpkin squash, pickles, omelette and fried salmon.
Doa Hans Gursoy, 8 years old, Istanbul
Toast with honey and sour cream, olives and olives, eggs fried with spicy sausage, butter, hard-boiled eggs, thick grape syrup (bekmez) with tahini (thick fat paste made from ground sesame), cheeses made from cow's, sheep's and goat's milk, jams made from quince and blackberries, bread, tomatoes, cucumbers, white radishes and other fresh vegetables, pasta made from fried red peppers, hazelnut halva, milk and orange juice.
Nathanael Fitshi Picard, 6 years old, Paris
Kiwi, baguette with butter and blackberry jam, dry breakfast with milk and fresh orange juice.
Emily Katumba, 7, Chitedze, Malawi
Cornmeal and peanut flour porridge; cornmeal pancakes with onion, garlic, and chili pepper; boiled potatoes, pumpkin, and a drink made from dried hibiscus flowers and sugar.
Birta Gudrun Bryn Brynjarsdottir, 3 years 6 months, Reykjavik, Iceland
Oatmeal porridge with brown sugar, maple syrup, butter and fruit; fish oil and milk.
Viv Bordrez, 5 years old, Amsterdam
A glass of milk, bread with butter and sweet sprinkles.
Arizia Domenica Ferreira, 4, and Hakim Jorge Ferreira Gomez, 2, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Chocolate milk, coffee, ham, cheese, and bread and butter.
Philip, 4, and Shelin, 4, Kamtengo, Chitedze, Malawi
Sweet corn bread (shikondamoyo), boiled potatoes and black tea with sugar.
Koki Hayashi, 4 years old, Tokyo
Green pepper fried with dried fish and sesame seeds; rice drizzled with raw egg; a dish of lotus, burdock roots and carrots (kinpira); miso soup, grapes, sliced pears and milk.
Oikyu Ozarslan, 9 years old, Istanbul
Black bread, olives, olives, chocolate paste, tomatoes, hard-boiled egg, strawberry jam, butter with honey, several varieties of Turkish cheese: feta, cow's and goat's milk cheese.
Tiago Bueno Young, 3 years old, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Chocolate milk, cornflakes, banana pie, sweet white bread with soft cream cheese.