Here's What Kids Eat for Breakfast Around the World

Here's What Kids Eat for Breakfast Around the World

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Ariel Knutson
Oct 10, 2014
(Image credit: New York Times )

While a cold bowl of cereal with milk might be the average breakfast fare in an American household for children, things are unsurprisingly quite different for kids growing up in other countries.

What do they eat in Japan? Iceland? Brazil? This NYT piece shows you.

From toast slathered with chocolate sprinkles, to deep-fried fritters made out of cornmeal, take a trip around the world through the lens of a child's breakfast.

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