Photo courtesy of Rohan M.
Sick of serving Cheerios every morning? Up your breakfast game by checking out these inspiring images of kids breakfast from across the globe. And once you've mastered breakfast, scroll a little further to see beautiful images of kids' diets from photographer Gregg Segal's new book Daily Bread: What Kids Eat Around the World.
This two-year-old eats rice noodle soup cooked in a pork and sour fruit (called, qủa sấu) broth with pork and mushroom meatballs. Fun fact: the Vietnamese wake up early to enjoy a full breakfast before school and work. They also eat freshly cooked meals and tend to shy away from highly processed or frozen foods and ready meals.
This young girl in Hawaii starts her morning with a Spam bowl: rice, teriyaki spam, and scrambled eggs.
This is a simple Maldivian breakfast. Kids eat roti with mashuni (pronounced mas-huni) and black or milk tea. Mashuni is a mix of tuna with desiccated coconut with onions and some chilli to taste. Bananas are easily available so they make a great side for breakfast, too.
Tucking into some traditional Scott's porridge (Scottish milled oats warmed up with milk or water and a pinch of salt or sugar) with raspberries and banana before heading off to school.
Breakfast in this Aussie household is quite simple as the boys prefer extra sleep to a fussy meal. Weet-bix with banana, sultans and milk and toast with Vegemite are a staple or sometimes a good crumpet with plenty of butter and honey!
Kids in Botswana often have a soft porridge called bogobe for breakfast. It's typically made with sorghum or millet flour that is cooked into a soft paste.
On weekends, Dutch kids will have a special treat of boterham met hagelslag, Dutch for a sandwich with chocolate sprinkles. Yum!
Looking for more inspiration? In his new photography book, Daily Bread: What Kids Eat Around the World, Gregg Segal asked kids in different countries to keep a detailed journal of what they ate in a week as part of his "Daily Bread" challenge. Once the journal was completed, Segal would set up a shoot where the dishes were recreated and placed around the kid who ate them. These stunning portraits are the result. Take a look:
Feeling inspired, yet?
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