I make these in the AM; my kids are intrigued by how a sweet creamy treat can be tinted green.
My son loved these as a wholesome, naturally sweet alternative to baby cereal.
This is my family's go-to breakfast for when I know the morning is going to be absolutely insane.
Anyone that's researched canning knows it's expensive and fussy. Try making freezer jams instead---it's way easier.
My daughter calls this one 'dessert for breakfast'.
I've done the work and narrowed the field down to the best options on the market today.
A glass of milk and a brownie for breakfast? Yes, please.
One of these recipes takes as few as two ingredients to make.
I love this healthier version of the strawberry milk syrup I grew up with.
#14: Get over-the-top crispy hash browns by cooking them in a waffle iron.
I kick off my kids' birthdays with this AM treat.
This is a healthy breakfast or after school snack that's reminiscent of pizza but packed with nutrition.
I was shocked to discover that most packaged hot breakfast cereals have around ten grams of sugar per serving.
This is by far my favorite way to incorporate more dark, leafy greens into my family's breakfast.