I generally don't like having granola bars or the like for breakfast, and prefer to save them as snacks/desserts on rare occasions, but I have a pretty hectic morning, and I just want to give myself a little break.
I'm just wondering how I should go about making a Larabar into a more complete breakfast. I already plan on pairing it with a cup of milk and a piece of fruit (probably an orange), but that still doesn't seem like enough.
Honestly, what I really want for breakfast is whole wheat toast (even waffles) with maple almond butter, banana slices (I'll eat any excess banana on the side) and a glass of cold milk, but I don't have the ingredients for that (ie: the almond butter and bananas). I just figure I can have a Larabar for breakfast ONCE.
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