Brain Boosting Breakfast Recipes


These beautifully illustrated recipes are nutritionally designed to provide a well-balanced first meal of the day. They focus on protein-rich food to nourish and fuel your child’s brain and body to help safeguard happy moods, improved focus, concentration, memory and good energy levels – all the ingredients for a joyful day.
These delicious recipes are quick and simple to prepare with busy mums in mind.


The average kid’s breakfast can contain up to 16 teaspoons of sugar!

Sugar is hidden in ‘healthy’ food and we are unaware how much sugar kids are consuming at breakfast.
• For example one glass of fruit juice could contain as much as 8 teaspoons of sugar.
• Commercial breakfast cereals can include an addition 6 to 8 teaspoons of sugar and that doesn’t include additional sugar or honey added on top.
• Toast doesn’t fill tummies, or feed the brain and they will soon be hungry, looking for more sugary snacks.


Symptoms of Low Blood Sugar Mimic ADHD

Eating too much sugar and not enough protein at breakfast causes blood sugar levels to raise quickly resulting in a sudden burst of energy followed shortly afterwards by an energy slump.

By mid-morning, blood sugar levels are low, resulting in signs and symptoms that mimic ADHD.


Symptoms of Low Blood Sugar and ADHD include:

• Irritable, grumpy or angry
• Aggression
• Sad moods and crying
• Disruptive behaviour
• Poor focus and concentration
• Inability to sit still
• Inconsistent learning
• Poor memory retention
• General fatigue
• Sleepy and tired


The story of the Sugar Spike doesn’t have a happy ending.


The first meal of the day is the most important meal of the day.

  • When your child wakes in the morning, their blood sugar levels will be low because they haven’t eaten for 10 hours or longer.
  • Eating a well-balanced breakfast that includes protein will help to support energy levels and fuel the brain for the day ahead.
  • It’s important to aim to serve a breakfast that is low in sugar. Most popular commercial breakfast cereals and fruit juice is loaded with sugar.
  • Toast doesn’t fill tummies for long, and they will soon be hungry, looking for more sugary snacks.
  • If your child skips breakfast, this can harm their growth and development.


What’s included in the Breakfast book

Every mother wants their child to be the happiest and healthiest version of themselves possible.  And setting your child up with a nutritionally balanced protein-rich breakfast is one of the best ways to achieve this goal.

  • 30 protein-rich breakfast recipes your child will love.
  • Easy to prepare recipes with few ingredients.
  • Simple ingredients.
  • Most recipes can be prepared the night before ready to serve in the morning.
  • Gluten-free recipes to support.
  • Dairy-free recipes to cater for food intolerances.
  • Beautifully illustrated.
  • Quick and easy to prepare with busy mums in mind.
  • To be enjoyed by the whole family.



This beautiful illustrated book includes the following brain boosting recipes.


Egghead Dishes

Quick and easy, egg favourites.

  • Egg & Soldiers
  • French Toast
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Frittata Muffins


Smarty Pancakes

Nutritious pancakes that can be prepped the night before.

  • Easy Banana Pancakes
  • Almond Flour Pancakes
  • Buckwheat Pancakes


Brainy Grains & Seeds

Get inspired with these delicious ideas that can be prepared in advance.

  • Chia Pudding
  • Choc Chia Pudding
  • Toasted Muesli
  • Raw Muesli
  • Muesli Biscuits
  • Overnight Oats
  • Peanut Butter Porridge
  • Flourless Banana Muffins
  • Banana Bread
  • Baked Beans


Brain Boosting Smoothies

Perfect breakfast for breakfast-on-the-run. 

  • Immune Nourishing
  • Brain-Boosting Blueberry
  • Pretty in Pink
  • Greenie Crush
  • Breakfast Popsicle


Brain Loving Toppers

Oldies but goodies, try these delicious protein toppers

  • Protein Topper
  • Raspberry Chia Jam
  • Homemade Nutella
  • Peanut Butter
  • Almond Milk
  • Chicken Bone Broth
  • Beef Bone Broth



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