What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

It is believed that Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Let's look at the variety of food that is eaten in the morning, children from different countries. If you are bored with cornflakes, yogurt and scrambled eggs, I advise you to borrow a couple of dishes from breakfasts of other cultures.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

1. Saki Suzuki, 2 years and 6 months, Tokyo

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

2. Dish of soybeans, natto, rice, miso soup, pumpkin squash, cucumber, omelette and grilled salmon.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

3. DOA gursoy by Hans, 8 years old, Istanbul

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

4. Toast with honey and sour cream, olives, fried with spicy sausage eggs, butter, hard boiled eggs, thick grape syrup (bekmez) with tahini (a thick oily paste of ground sesame seeds), cheeses from cow's, sheep's and goat's milk, jams quince and BlackBerry, bread, tomatoes, cucumbers, white radishes and other fresh vegetables, pasta roasted red peppers, halva from hazelnuts, milk and orange juice.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

5. Nathanael's Fitsi Picard, 6 years old, Paris

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

6. Kiwi, baguette with butter and BlackBerry jam, cereal with milk and fresh orange juice.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

7. Emily Katoomba, 7 years old, Chitedze, Malawi

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

8. Porridge made from corn and peanut flour; pancakes made from corn flour with the onion, garlic and chili peppers; boiled potatoes, squash, and a drink made from dried hibiscus flowers and sugar.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

9. Birta Gudrun Breen Breinersdorfer, 3 years, 6 months, Reykjavik, Iceland

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

10. Oatmeal with brown sugar, maple syrup, butter, and fruit; fish oil, and milk.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

11. VIV Borders, 5 years, Amsterdam

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

12. A glass of milk, bread with butter and sweet sprinkles.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

13. ARICIA Domenica Ferreira, 4 years old, and Hakim Jorge Ferreira Gomes, 2 years, Sao Paulo, Brazil

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

14. Chocolate milk, coffee, ham, cheese, and bread with butter.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

15. Philipp, 4 years, and Selin, 4 years, Kamengo, Chitedze, Malawi

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

16. Sweet corn bread (secondemail), boiled potatoes and black tea with sugar.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

17. Koki Hayashi, 4 years old, Tokyo

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

18. Green pepper, fried with dried fish and sesame seeds; rice with raw egg; dish of Lotus, burdock root and carrots (kinpira); miso soup, grapes, sliced pear and milk.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

19. Oyku Ozarslan, 9 years, Istanbul

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

20. Black bread, olives, chocolate spread, tomatoes, hard-boiled egg, strawberry jam, butter with honey, several varieties of Turkish cheese: feta cheese from cow's and goat's milk.

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

21. Tiago Bueno young, 3 years old, são Paulo, Brazil

What to eat for Breakfast children from all over the world

22. Chocolate milk, cornflakes, banana cake, sweet white bread with soft cream cheese.

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