Fruity Chocolate Toast | Cooking With Kids

So every now and again the monsters like a breakfast treat, we usually save these for the weekends but this morning, a Monday morning school day, I was feeling generous...I was feeling like becoming the best Mum ever in the 10 minutes it takes to slice some fruit, toast some bread and erm open a jar of chocolate spread! This is also a great way to get fruit into the mouths of those babes who are a little bit fussy!



What You Need (Serves 4) 


4 slices of bread
chocolate spread 
8 strawberries 
3 bananas 

So we got into the kitchen and all had a job to do...Ellie was on toaster duty, Jenson on fruit duty and Evie on plate and cup duty.

Ellie loaded the toaster and thinly sliced 2 of the strawberries and Jensey got slicing the 1 banana...



As soon as the toaster popped the monsters were ready to spread their chocolate...


And load up their toast with fruit...


Ready for me to sneak a little side of fruit too (that's where the extra 2 banana's  and 6 strawberries went!) before they went to enjoy their chocolatey breakfast treat! 






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12 comments:

  1. That is such a simple idea but it looks so tasty! I never thought of putting fruit on the chocolate spread! I will have to from now on :D x

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    1. yes do! Its delicious, yum yum yum! Now...if only we had some strawberries I could just eat this now!

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  2. It looks so yummy! I think I might give it a go, fruit for breakfast always makes me feel like I have my life on track. It doesn't happen often. Maybe this can sort of lift me up when times are bad. I don't think I have even ever given Luke chocolate spread before?! How is this!? Xx

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    1. yep...the fact their is fruit there automatically replaces that quilty 'im having chocolate for breakfast' feeling with a 'im so healthy eating fruit for brekkie!' feeling :)

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  3. That is a winning combination all round. And you know what, chocolate spread has lots of calcium in it so don't even have to feel bad about that one. And anyway, French children have chocolate for breakfast... #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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  4. This looks yummy. The problem with chocolate spread in my cupboard is I'm always tempted to grab a spoon! #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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  5. These look amazing! Not sure about my toddlers but I will certainly love these #toddleraprrovedtuesday xx

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  6. This is such a DELICIOUS idea! :-D We're so boring with porridge everyday. This is a great idea for special treats. I don't know how much would end up getting to my family though. I'd want to eat it all! x

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  7. These look so delicious! We'll definitely we trying these out! #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  8. Look so cute! So welcoming too! Everyone surely will finish it!

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  9. So simple yet so effective! I know one little boy who will love this!xx

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  10. These just look so yummy! Thanks so much for linking up to #SundaySweets hope to see you back tomorrow for more yumminess!

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