This is a compensated review by BlogHer and Kellogg’s® Pop-Tarts® Toaster Pastries
My teens are not big breakfast eaters. They would never eat eggs, bacon, cereal, toast, or the like before noon. Not that I'd ever get up and cook that for them before noon either. I'm not much of a morning person myself. Oftentimes they grab a quick, convenient breakfast to eat on the way to school. Here's a recipe I tried with my kids. Don't worry, it's nothing fancy or Alton Brownish. Anyone can make this. All you need is a box of Pop-Tarts (I used the unfrosted strawberry ones), a knife, and either a jar of peanut butter or a brick of cream cheese.
Spread peanut butter on one Pop-Tarts toaster pastry.
Top with a second Pop-Tart and cut in half. Now you have two peanut butter and strawberry jam Pop-Tart sandwiches.
Brooklyn, my child who only eats macaroni & cheese, and chocolate milk tried them.
They get a thumb's up from her! It's a miracle! She likes them!
The other way I tried making a Pop-Tart sandwich was with cream cheese.
Mmmm, strawberry cream cheese Pop-Tart sandwich!
So, what's your go-to breakfast for the kids? What to do you grab when you need to eat breakfast on the run? Leave me a comment about it for a chance to win $100 Visa gift card.
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