Saturday, May 31, 2008

What's for Breakfast?

I have this up on our kitchen wall. It was very easy to make (as you can probably tell!)

How This Helps Me:
It helps me in two ways: (1) It makes things easier for me in the mornings because I don't have to think of what to give the kids; and (2) In the beginning of the GFCFSF diet, it helped "keep the peace" at breakfast time because, instead of getting mad at ME for whatever was served for breakfast, I just pointed to the chart, and it seemed to deflect some of the blame.

The choices that I currently have in rotation are:
1. Eggs (scrambled, hard boiled)
2. Hot Cereal (I try various kinds)
3. Pancakes (I use Bob's Red Mill mix)
4. Cold Cereal (I use Erewhon Crispy Brown Rice Cereal)
5. Muffins with applesauce (or pear sauce)
6. Toast with peanut butter (or other nut butter) & jelly (I use Ener-G Tapioca Loaf)

The cards are removable so I can switch things around each week.

Stay Tuned...
I am planning to make a new one since I have come up with some new things for breakfast, like French toast, Annas bread, donut holes, banana bread, etc.

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