Friday, May 8, 2009

GFCFSF Breakfast

My kids always eat breakfasts better when they are in shapes or patterns. I used to think moms who did this kind of thing had way too much time on their hands. Now I'm one of them, but it's not because I have lots of time. It really doesn't take much more time to arrange the food in a pattern than it does to just plop it down. And it makes eating more fun, and that means that more of it gets into their bellies! :)

This is not rocket science, but here we have some toast (I think it's Food for Life Millet Bread) with jelly. I can't remember and can't see it well, but there might be some unsweetened nut butter on there too. Two slices of toast per kid, cut in half for 4 pieces. Then a little bowl of fruit (grapes, a clementine). And some orange juice (with a couple of drops of Grapefruit Seed Extract for yeast control).

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