Six Anti-Inflammatory Mediterranean Breakfast Options for Kids in Five Minutes πŸ₯ͺ🍲

Getting your kids ready for school may be frantic in the morning. Starting the day with a healthy breakfast is essential. The Mediterranean diet, known for its anti-inflammatory characteristics, is great.

Here are six tasty and quick 5-minute breakfast alternatives that fit into your hectic morning routine and increase your kids' health.

Avocado toast has dominated breakfast tables for good reason. Toasting whole-grain bread adds fiber.

Add a little honey. Honey is sweet and anti-inflammatory. Add a handful of crushed almonds or walnuts for omega-3s.

Crumble feta on eggs. Calcium-rich sheep's milk feta. Omelettes should be folded and cooked until set. An explosion of flavor comes from spinach and feta.

Add chopped cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and Kalamata olives to cooked quinoa. These ingredients offer zest and healthy fats.

For extra probiotics and creaminess, drizzle with tzatziki sauce. Season with chopped mint or parsley to accentuate Mediterranean tastes.

Blend fresh spinach, a ripe banana, and oranges and grapefruits. Add Greek yogurt for smoothness and protein. Add some extra virgin olive oil for anti-inflammatory properties. Olive oil gives the smoothie a hint of richness.