Cute Kid-Friendly Owl Oatmeal Porridge Breakfast

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Looking for a fun activity in the morning for kids to start the day? Get them excited about breakfast with this cute kid-friendly owl oatmeal porridge breakfast idea!

Sometimes a simple bowl of oatmeal just doesn’t cut it. So to prevent your kids from starting their day grumpily, try this kid-friendly and super dun owl porridge! My kids and I are huge fans of oatmeal especially during winter, a warm breakfast hits perfectly.

Oatmeal porridge is an easy way to incorporate fresh fruits into your little one’s breakfast and also add a starlet smile to their day. It’s a great option for a gluten/egg/soy/dairy-free breakfast and a lot less grumbling from your kids because it’s cute!

If you’re allergic to nuts, replace the almonds with sunflower seeds and use the end of the strawberry as the nose for the owl. One thing I love about this recipe is that it’s so versatile and the ingredients are easily replaced by even more healthy options.

So the cold dark january mornings seem less daunting, this easy owl porridge for kids will for sure bring in the hugs and smiles from the tiny babies in the house. You’ll get a kick out of your breakfast and be looking at it with a complacent look on your face.

Cute Kid Friendly Owl Oatmeal Porridge Breakfast
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How to Make This Cute Kid-Friendly Owl Oatmeal Porridge Breakfast

Ingredients 

½ cup rolled oats

1 ¼ cup milk

½ tsp vanilla extract

2 tbsp unsweetened desiccated coconut (optional)

one slice strawberry in the shape of a triangle, two banana slices, two raisins, two thin kiwi slices, and thinly sliced almond for the owl

Instructions

 

Measure the oats and milk before putting them in the saucepan.

Combine the oats and milk together in a small saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring all the time.

Turn heat down and simmer on low to medium heat for about 5 minutes, stirring well.

Pour into a bowl and assemble your cute owl with the strawberry, banana, kiwi, raisins, and almonds.

Why not try this kid’s owl porridge? Not only is this so fast to make, serving your little ones with an owl-shaped breakfast will sure to make them run into the table in the early hours of the morning.

An owl oatmeal porridge for kids helps start my day off with a lot of happiness and calm, and fewer tears to be honest! Let me know in the comments if you’re making this.

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