This has been a family breakfast favorite for years. Quick and nutritious- the kids love it! Spread toast with peanut butter (or any other nut butter) and pour warmed applesauce over the top. Now you have a fruit, grain and nut serving all in one. For extra treat you may top with raisins, coconut, etc. So good with homemade applesauce this time of year.
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If you or your children have nut allergies and cannot use peanut butter or other nut butters, give SunButter a try. Unlike Soy butter (yuck), it tastes just like peanut butter. It is made from sunflower seeds I use it in recipes that call for peanut butter, so that my allergic son can safely enjoy them. I also spread it on toast or enjoy it any other way you would normally enjoy peanut butter.
Place 1 T peanut butter on hot, freshly toasted whole wheat bread, then add 1 T fruit jam, or honey on top of the peanut butter. The heat from the toast and the liquid in the jam makes the smaller amount of peanut butter easy to spread and you aren't tempted to add more to get to the edges.
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