Breakfast is the first meal of the day eaten after waking from the night's sleep, in the morning. The word in English refers to breaking the fasting period of the previous night. When it comes to cooking for your children, it is important to ensure that the food is healthy and meets their nutritional needs.
A woman recently took to social media a picture of food she prepared for her kids. She wrote on her caption, "I just made fatcakes for my kids, breakfast is served". The woman also included fried sausages, polony and Archaar.
However they were mixed reactions about the food. Some people thought it was unhealthy for kids to eat fried food especially in the morning. Others mentioned that she should have given them cereals with milk. As it is better and convenient, especially for busy mothers. There's a lot that people had to say, see more reactions down below;
Share your thoughts on the comment section, what do you think about the food and people's reactions overall? Would you consider making this for your children or not?
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