A lot of times I'll give my kids a home-made granola bar (I use this recipe: http://blog.superhealthykids.com/2012/05/g rab-and-go-granola-bars/) that I make on the weekends or when I have down time, and a banana or apple slices with a cup of milk. It's hard to get them to eat enough in the mornings, so the granola bars have protein, the milk and fruit have the vitamins they'll need.
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Sometimes my kids don't want to eat the traditional breakfast foods or we're running around too fast in the mornings. So I keep quick and healthy breakfast (nontraditional) in the house to keep from running through the drive thru. (save the $$$$)
*Carrot sticks *Apples
I like these bc if we are running to the car then they are no as messy either!
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