Things You Can Do To Help Your Child Wake Up In Time For School
We love waffles at our house, but served like this, they are especially good. All the sweet spiciness of gingerbread rings through, and though these are wonderful during the holidays, they're great any time you want an extra special breakfast. Try serving them with whipped cream and applesauce.
Irish, steel-cut oats have so much more flavor and texture than the regular kind, but unfortunately they must be simmered on the stove for 30 minutes. To solve that problem, cook them overnight in your crock-pot. In the morning, all you need to do is spoon the creamy oatmeal into bowls and top with lots of dried fruit, toasted almonds and brown sugar for a satisfying and cozy treat.
This is a favorite camping breakfast, but it's also a favorite school-morning breakfast, but usually only when we're out of granola. There is a fresh-tasting chewiness to soaked oats that is lacking from traditional cooked oatmeal, which I am alone in my family in loving. I confess that sometimes I stir a spoonful of wheat germ and flax seed meal into our soaked oats, because that's how I am.
Restaurants charge way too much for simple breakfast burritos, especially when you learn how easy and cheap it is to make a batch of them for your whole family. They're great for weekend mornings, or for wrapping to go as everyone is rushing out the door
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