Apple and raisin breakfast bowl

By Penelope Henderson, MSc, RNutr/ 05/04/2022
Apple and raisin breakfast bowl

This apple and raisin breakfast bowl recipe is easily prepared the night before and ready to serve in the morning as a tasty breakfast.

If your toddler or child suffers with constipation then this recipe could help. It contains three portions of fruits (apple, raisins and prunes). These fruits are particularly good to help keep bowel movements regular with their high fibre content.

If they don’t like these you could try other fruits like apricots, sultanas, plums. In addition it will provide 200ml fluid (equivalent to one cup) of milk as a dairy portion and 1 portion of oats (carbohydrate).

For other foods that are best for constipation you might like to check out my blog

Suitable from at least 18 months because of the dried fruit. Store in the fridge and use in 1 day.

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apple and raisin breakfast bowl

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Author Penelope Henderson

Hi I’m Penelope Henderson RNutr Registered Nutritionist specialising in children’s nutrition and responsive feeding therapy.

I am a mum of 2, with over 15 years of experience in nutrition. I support parents to feel confident in how and what to feed their child. I hope you find my recipes and nutrition posts useful, so you can enjoy stress free cooking and mealtimes.

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