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What's for Breakfast?

This year I have decided to stay home with my two kids.  In a effort to save money are encouraging them to eat breakfast at home before they go to school. I am used to them eating at school so I am just used to feeding them on the weekend.  What breakfast ideas do you have?  What quick and easy ideas work for your kids? Thank you for your suggestions.

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FREE Family Fun: October 20 - 26

Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival
Where: Forsyth Park
When:Sunday , October 25, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sponsored by Congregation Mickve Israel, the event features traditional Jewish cuisine, face painting, cupcake decorating, games, and free musical entertainment by legendary jazz musician Bill Averbach playing with the Carolina Klezmer Project. The synagoge’s Shalom Y’all Cookbook will be on sale along with unique Judaica and holiday items.

Healthy food ideas: Breakfast

Here's three things I like to do with my preschooler to start the day off right:

Add snipped "greens" to his eggs: Cilantro, parsely, basil, etc...whatever is green and on hand, I try to give him for the awesome, super-food phytochemicals. Added into his scrambled eggs and cheese it goes down easy.

Sweet Potatoe Pancakes: The just-add-water mix is available at Kroger. Not super cheap, but super easy and Little H eats them up!

lunch ideas - too much peanut butter?

I'm starting to feel negligent - the only time Little H eats his lunch is when it's peanut butter . He'll eat all the other stuff too - yogurt, fruit, crackers, juice - but the only allowable sandwich is PB - he doesn't even want the jelly anymore.

I know his teachers aren't keeping score of what he brings each day - but I get the feeling that there's got to be a LIMIT on the number of times I can send him to school with peanut butter sandwiches.

What do you pack in your kid's lunch?

 

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