This is a question that strikes fear in me. Really. Because my kids come with me to work in the mornings, I feed them breakfast here. ( I usually just drag them from bed, to the car, to work...thats why they eat here.) And its not super easy to do the cereal thing. ( I guess it could be...just haven't done it yet. Probably because I am not a huge cereal fan...and I think they need more in the morning then cereal lasts.)
So the question comes up a lot. And the answer is not usually met with smiles.
I have given in and decided that one day a week they can have ramen noodles in the morning. ( Thanks mom and Dad!). But I like them to have more of a breakfast the rest of the time. Its fine with Ella, the younger one, who likes eggs and sausage. Not so much with Rissa, the older one...and she doesn't like Bisquits...or anything else that breakfast sandwiches are usually made from.
I figured out that you can take a breakfast sandwich - frozen ones - and pull it apart and cook it on the plate. THen they have their eggs, sausage, bread...and its good. Well, for one at least.
I did find sandwiches that are made with french toast...those seem to be the best solution....altho there are only 4 in a package...thats only 2 days.
Now I find out that the older one is sensitive to wheat and corn. Great. This is the one that doesn't like eggs or sausage either. So I am trying to figure out what they will be eating in the mornings soon.
My Dad used to eat soup for breakfast. Like Campbells beef noodle. I am starting to think that may be the next breakfast of champions for my kids.
Oh sure the co-workers will think I am nuts. Altho I think we have already cleared that one with the few days they have seen the ramen or corn dogs for breakfast!
But I might reach a new level when I break out the soup for breakfast soon.