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Chances are your preschooler has eaten chocolate doughnuts, Cap'n Crunch, or even caramel popcorn for breakfast. Getting him to eat oatmeal or scrambled eggs isn't always easy, especially when you're in a hurry to get him to school. But your child does want to eat -- and what he puts in his mouth depends on the options you give him. "By the time they start their day, most preschoolers have gone at least 12 hours without food," says Ann Douglas, author of Mealtime Solutions for Your Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler. Here, quick and easy ideas aplenty that make eating a nutritious breakfast fun.
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