Waffles for kids are a simple way to get breakfast into your kids without having to overthink or spend all morning slaving over a stove. These fun kids waffles are the perfect mix of fun breakfast for kids and simple breakfast for mom. Make it a healthy well rounded breakfast with tips for choosing a healthy frozen waffle for kids and using whole fruits and healthy fats to increase the nutrition.
Healthy banana cookies are decadent enough to be an after dinner dessert, but nutritious enough to enjoy for breakfast. With no refined sugar, healthy cookies are something mom can serve without the guilt. These sugar free cookies are packed with whole grains, healthy fats, and fruit – perfect for a treat or as healthy snack or part of a quick breakfast on the go. Kids love that they’re sweet and look like cookies, moms love that they are serving something healthy.
When I was a kid, my brother and I would spend every other weekend and a day or two a week at my mom’s house after my parents got divorced. She lived about an hour from my dad’s house, but she worked in our school system so we’d wake up early and brave NJ Parkway traffic to get to school on time Monday morning.
Waking up totally blew – but it was sometimes worth it because every morning we’d stop at Quick Chek on the way and get breakfast. My mom let us pick whatever we’d want. Sometimes I’d pick something reasonable – an egg sandwich, a buttered roll – but sometimes I went a little rogue and got something decidedly not reasonable. My favorite was chocolate milkshakes from that cool machine that blends up the frozen cups (anyone know what I’m talking about? Those F’real things?) but sometimes I would turn to those lovely pre-packaged treats. My favorite was Tasty Kakes – if you’re not in the distribution area of a good ol’ Tasty Kake, I am sad for you – but mostly, I loved those little packs of mini chocolate frosted donuts that came in a pack of 3 or 4.
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Okay mommas, real talk time. Feeding toddlers – more importantly, feeding toddlers the ‘good’ stuff that will help them grow – is no walk in the park. Yeah, we all know that we need to give our littles balanced meals packed with vitamins and other nutrients. But the reality is we can offer a rainbow of vegetables alongside DHA packed fish dinners, but you can’t force your toddler to actually eat it.
Packed with freshly grated apples and a healthy dose of cinnamon, these Apple Cinnamon pancakes will be a win with the whole family. A fun fall breakfast, these apple pancakes are a healthy way to start a cool fall day. They contain no refined sugar, so you can enjoy this fun fall treat with zero guilt! Dye some of the batter red and strategically cook your pancake so that it will actually look like a apple as well! These fun cinnamon apple pancakes are going to be on your morning menu all season long – bonus, they freeze really well!