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- September 12, 2007 at 3:49 am #253435
Make up a stack of waffles or pancakes and pop them into the toaster (store in
the freezer). Make them on the weekends or evenings when you have more time.
Muffins can be made ahead.
Measure out bowls of cereal and put them on a tray in the oven the night
before (or set your table) – we have a cat, so we don’t do that, just in case –
so kids can get some milk and eat.
Oatmeal or cream of wheat, cook up quick, very filling and economical. Make
some toast and have a cup of milk or juice with it. Yummm!
I am not a pop-tart fan, but I understand some kids love them. You can eat
them cold (not toasted).
You can make your own breakfast bars/granola/granola bars – it takes some
time, since they are baked in the oven, but if you do it ahead of time, they are
easy to package and go. If you drive the kids to school or they walk, they can
eat on the way.
PB&J sandwiches. Ham & cheese sandwiches. Gives them carbs, protein & fat in
runabout07 <email@example.com> wrote:
Now that school has started and everyone working, it is a stuggle to
get everything done and everyone out in time. Does anyone have any
ideas of some breakfast foods that are quick? Maybe even some that
could be made ahead of time and just heated in mic. and go.
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