Cerelac Fluffy French Toast

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Start your Bulilit’s day off right with a healthy breakfast meal but most mornings it can be a great challenge and exhausting to feed Sven healthfully and making sure he gets the right amount of nutrients crucial for his development.  And worst I’ve ran out of ideas on how to excite his tastebuds every morning.

But after researching and a few experiments I came up with a new breakfast idea that is easy to assemble and make. I don’t even have to worry about the nutrients every morning because I’ve improved a simple breakfast meal into a more nutritious one.

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That’s why I made a slight addition in our favourite breakfast, Mommies and Daddies, try my Fluffy Cerelac French Toast which is easy to make every morning.  I’ve added Cerelac into my regular toast to make it more creamier and fluffier plus I am confident that Sven get’s the appropriate balance of protein, carbohydrates and fats plus it is enriched with vitamins and iron which is good for his bulilit growing years.

Nestle CERELAC® is a spoon-fed nutrient dense-food indicated for children 6months and onwards.

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🍞 🍞Fluffy Cerelac French Toast🍞 🍞 

What you need:

6 slices of bread

2 medium sized eggs

1 tablespoon of honey

1 teaspoon of vanilla 

1cup milk

1/4 cup granulated sugar

Butter

1/4 cup Cerelac Rice & Soya

What to do:

Put the eggs into a medium size mixing bowl.

Slowly whisk in the Cerelac powder

Whisk in the milk and vanilla extract.

Whisk properly the mixture and make sure there is no lumps left.

Slowly add the sugar until everything is properly mixed.

Heat the butter in the pan under low heat.

Soak bread slices in the mixture until saturated

Cook bread on each side until golden brown

Service with honey and butter on the side.

Nestle CERELAC® is a spoon-fed nutrient dense-food indicated for children 6months and onwards.

Enjoy!!! Watch the full video on how to may Cereal’s Fluffy French Toast.

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