Roundup: Breakfasts of Champions

Roundup: Breakfasts of Champions

What did you have for breakfast this morning? I had a huge bowl of Irish Oatmeal with dried blueberries. So did Scarlett. If I’d just gotten my act together we could have had Ceri’s almond butter cookies (please see Monday’s post). However, that’s the whole problem with breakfast sometimes: If only we’d had our act together. (I have that problem sometimes with dinner too.) It’s not always possible to make things in advance that you can just toss in a toaster oven or hand to the babes on their way out the door. So you didn’t make breakfast cookies in advance? No sweat. Here are four, fast and yummy breakfast that get you out the door and fill their cute little bellies.

Oatmeal and Applesauce Pancakes may sound like a headache on a busy morning but are so easy. We promise you’ll think so or Ceri cleans your kitchen. (That’s a joke, Ceri.)

Toad in a Hole is a nostalgic favorite of my husbands. It’s also damn easy.

Pumpkin French Toast I have just two words for you. Canned. Pumpkin. Toss it in with the eggs, whisk and done.

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1 Comment

  1. eila / full plate
    January 11, 10:44 Reply

    love this post– and your blog. sharing your ideas now, as having breakfast is one of my personal resolutions… and it’s always nice to have a fresh batch of ideas. thank you!!

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