Hi All! DS is 22 mos. today. He eats fairly well but still gets a lot of breastmilk. Now that I'm pg, I'm worried that if my supply dwindles (it hasn't yet), he will need to switch over and get the large percentage of his nutrition from solid food. Anyway, he loves millet porridge and eats that every morning. He also *used* to love "fakin bacon" which is just marinated tempeh made by lightlife. He doesn't anymore but has taking a liking to soy sausage (has isolated soy protein, etc) which his father eats but I avoid and really want him to avoid too. I can't believe he likes it so much he actually asks for it. Well, I've been trying all different kind of breakfast foods: boiled eggs, scrambled eggs--he hates eggs. Oatmeal with ground almonds or ground walnuts or ground cashews or dried cranberries or raisins or dried apple--he hates oatmeal. Waffles made with walnut or almond flour with blueberries or other fruit--couldn't care less. Toast with almond butter or peanut butter and jam--hates toast, even French Toast. He seems super content with millet porridge and a soy sausage but I am not content wth that and I feel like I've tried it all. Any other ideas for what I could make for breakfast that would appeal to a picky toddler? I'm not afraid of making things from scratch. TIA.