Picture this scenario for a second.
It’s 7:15 in the morning. On a school day.
Lunches are made, backpacks by the door, hair is brushed, laces are tied, all seems perfectly well.
Except for the part where you feed your children breakfast.
Some drop their kids off at care or school programs early enough to be served breakfast.
Some have a parent home who can make breakfast for them in the morning and some have such a long commute to school in the car that they eat their breakfast in the backseat.
Don’t forget that just because (in general) our children are smaller or shorter than us and we birthed them which means we are responsible for their well-being, we benefit from eating breakfast as well.
I find having a simple guide or easy breakfast menu to follow throughout the week helps me stay more organized and with most ingredients I need at the ready.
Try implementing the following menu idea, which allows for a lot of leeway and creativity-when I say Eggs, you can make ’em and serve ’em in whatever way suits you and your family. Make sense?
Monday: waffles or pancakes (we switch out every other week) with a protein
Tuesday: smoothie with toast or muffin
Wednesday: eggs and meat
Thursday: oatmeal or hot cereal with a protein
Friday: breakfast sandwich/burrito
Saturday: waffles or pancakes
Sunday: quiche/egg bake
What is one of your breakfast favorites?