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As a child breakfast was one of my favorite meals. Whether my mother prepared an elaborate English breakfast of sausage, fried mushrooms, eggs, grilled tomatoes, and toast or a simple breakfast of cereal and a hot drink, I loved breakfast. Breakfast was a meal we all ate together. On busy school mornings or relaxed weekend mornings, you cold find my family gathered around the breakfast table. It was a great way to refuel for the day.
One of the parts of my childhood I miss is time. Time to spend with my kids. Time to be with my husband. Time to be myself. Time to relax. Time away from the hustle and bustle of everything. Time to eat dinner as a family. Time to do nothing. My family’s fast-paced life is in sharp contract to my slow-paced childhood. Unlike my kids, I had hardly any after school activities and my weekends weren’t crammed with soccer games, volleyball tournaments, and swim meets. Except for a few school clubs, my evenings and weekends were relatively free.
One of the casualties of our go-go lifestyle is that we can’t eat together on a regular basis. My husband leaves for work before we are all up. My children often have different school start times. I’ll eat with one or two kids, but never all three. My husband returns from work sometimes at 9…10 pm. Weekends are a little better, but if one child has an early morning swim meet then our family breakfast isn’t happening.
Though we all love eating as a family, the reality is that we eat many meals on the go. My tweens and teens are experienced on-the-go eaters. They go through phases of what they want to eat for breakfast. Sometimes they make scrambled eggs. Other times a bagel and cream cheese. Their latest craving is cereal…and lots of it.Though we all love eating as a family, the reality is that we eat many meals on the go.
My tweens and teens are experienced on-the-go eaters. They are Breakfast of Champion eaters! They go through phases with what the want to eat. Sometimes they make scrambled eggs. Other times a bagel and cream cheese. Their latest craving is cereal…and lots of it. Recently my son mad a breakfast treat with Tiny Toast Cereal by mixing with melty ice cream and toppings to create a scrumptious Ice Cream Cereal Sundae!
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