Family fun toolkit
Take a trip. Turn your breakfast table into a holiday destination by having a traditional morning meal from around the world. One weekend you could be in France tucking into croissants and coffee, the next you’re off to Canada for pancakes and maple syrup.
You name it! Put name tags on each place setting – but make them the names of famous people or historical characters and get the family to choose who they want to be. To make it even more fun, get them to act ‘in character’ all through breakfast.
Eat outside. Al fresco eating gets some air into the lungs and makes you all feel like it’s the holidays!
القمح مصدر القوة!
القمح مصدر القوة!القمح هو أكثر أنواع الحبوب زراعة. فهو يُزرع على مساحة تزيد على 17 في المائة من إجمالي مساحة الأرض المزروعة في العالم، وهو الغذاء الأساسي لنحو 35 في المائة من سكان العالم. وهو يمنح قدراً من السعرات الحرارية والبروتين في النظم الغذائية حول العالم بما يتجاوز أي محصول آخر.
كان المصريون القدماء يدفنون المومياوات مرتدية قلادات مصنوعة من الشعير، وفي عام 1324 قام الملك إدوارد الثاني، ملك بريطانيا، بتحديد معيار القياس، جاعلاً البوصة مساوية في الطول لثلاث حبات من الشعير الجاف المستدير، وهي مرصوصة طولياً الطرف في الطرف.
Leave it to the kids. If you’re feeling brave, let go of the controls and hand over to the children. Let them decide what's on the breakfast menu – you just give them a hand with the cooking. They get a bit of independence, you get the chance to heap praise – and do the clearing up. Just make sure they get the serving sizes right for a balanced breakfast.
Play a game. Puzzles are a great way of stimulating the mind first thing in the morning. Even a few rounds of I-Spy can lift the mood and wake everyone up.
Telling jokes. A guaranteed way of bringing laughter to the table is for everyone to come to breakfast ready to tell their best (or worst) joke.
What about breakfast during the week? For tips to make those busy weekday mornings go smoothly, check out the 'Morning madness survival guide'.
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Two things to remember: • Look for food labels where the word 'whole' appears in front of the name of the grain, like “whole wheat” or “wholemeal bread”. • For foods with more than one ingredient, make sure whole grain is listed towards the top of the ingredients list. The further up the list it is, the more whole grain has been used in the recipe. And look out for the percentage of whole grain. You should find this in the ingredients list too.
All Nestlé breakfast cereals carrying the green banner are made with whole grain; this is our Whole Grain Guarantee. They are made with at least 8g or more of whole grain per 30g serving. There are ingredient lists on all packs, showing the exact amount. By end of 2015, we’re committed to making whole grain the main ingredient in all Nestlé cereals popular with children.
A complete breakfast should include a balance of nutrients from each of the major food groups.