Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Breakfast on the Go!

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This morning, I must have hit the snooze button at least eight times before crawling out of bed. I looked at the clock and realized I had 20 minutes to wake up the little kids, get them dressed, fed, and off to school. Oops. I’d like to say that this morning was just an isolated incident, but unfortunately, it happens more often than I care to admit. I stay up until 3:00AM or so most nights to work in peace and quiet, but it makes it awfully hard to wake up on time in the morning.

Still, even with the rushing around, I hate to send my kids off to school without something in their stomachs. I mean, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? Breakfast is when you break your fast of 8-12 hours. Decades of studies have shown that kids who eat breakfast are more alert and do better in school. Kids who eat cereal regularly, get more vitamins and minerals than those who don’t since cereal is fortified with essential nutrients, and cereal consumers, on average, have lower BMIs.



So, as hectic as our mornings sometimes are, I insist they eat something, even if it’s just a banana or a granola bar hastily consumed in the car, on the way to school. On the crazy-busy days, we usually grab Pop-Tarts, granola bars, a piece of fruit, string cheese, baggies of dry cereal, graham crackers, Go-Gurt, or even cookies. What? Cookies have eggs in them. They’re totally a breakfast food!

So, what’s your go-to breakfast when you’re in a hurry to get out the door in the morning?

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175 comments:

Allie said...

A piece of fruit and a granola bar... or a nutrigrain bar... sometimes I will heat up some of my made ahead pancakes in the microwave and let the kids eat them in the car on the way to school.

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Jen said...

I try to always have Fiber bars on hand for those occasions. It doesn't matter what kind....Fiber One, Fiber Plus, Target brand....any of them work. My kids love them and they are so good for you. I eat them for breakfast as well.

Garima said...

Nothing better than a toast with butter dripping... and if no time for a toast.. than even plain bread...
if no bread, than a cereal bar..
if nor cereal bar... than I am super cranky and bingo oncafeterai tasteless muffin.

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Cara! said...

Peanut Butter Toast and a Banana!

Stormimay said...

Banana and nuked sausage patty. Occasionally I'll manage to toast some sort of bread product for the patty to sit on.

Garth and Becky said...

Ours is a bacon egg and cheese bagel wrapped up in tin foil, ready for quick eating in the car.

Mayberry Mom said...

Granola bars, bananas, dry cereal in a baggie.

Anjie said...

There are no rushed hectic mornings here. NOT because I don't sleep too late some mornings, but because my kids DON'T. They are up at 6AM (at the latest) because they are weird. My husband gets them breakfast (I'm so lucky!).

Linda F. said...

Smoothies! I always have frozen, unsweetened fruit in the freezer. A cup of that, 7 oz of Vanilla (or strawberry) non-fat yogurt, and 1/2 cup of Almond breeze. Yum!

Kelly Massman said...

I grab a protein bar!
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Firelizards said...

Bananas, Nutrigrain bars, Oatmeal bars (if I've made any lately...) - just something easy they can eat in the car if necessary.

Colleen said...

Eggo waffles with peanut butter.

graceunderautism said...

I keep cranberry cereal bars on hand and they eat it every morning. What they get with it varies depending on how late they got up. Usually a bowl of cereal on a good day, fruit and cheese on a bad day.

AStarrA said...

Daughter always has a smoothie I make it on Sunday and put in five different cups; that way she can just grab one each morning.
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debbiekl said...

I like to have breakfast or granola bars handy for a quick breakfast! I also bring a weeks worth of yogurt to work for myself so I don't have to remember it each day.
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Stacy said...

Smoothies! I make it in the blender then put it in a bottle with a lid and take it with me in the car.
That or granola bars

Tabathia said...

On the go breakfast usually consists of a breakfast cereal bar or pop tarts
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Lucy and Co. said...

My kids love a special ice cream dish (like a tall fountain soda/sundae glass) layered with cheerios, yogurt, cheerios, yogurt, etc. This is quick AND a good solution when you are out of milk! :o)
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Christine said...

We have quite a selection of cereal at our house...if it's not in the cupboard it's stashed on a shelf in the garage. The kids all learned at a fairly young age to get themselves cereal for breakfast. The older ones help the younger ones get bowls down and pour.

This works well until I want to actually make them a breakfast and they say "I already ate"....or "I don't want pancakes I'll just have cereal"

Cyndy said...

Honestly...oatmeal...In about 2-3 minutes, I can have a big bowl made in the microwave...divide it up for each kid and it is sticky enough to not spill...now the fact that my toddler believes in bathing in it, doesn't make it a mess proof go to meal on the go...but it is quick and I can feel good about it, even if they eat it in the van...and have oatmeal on them the rest of the day.

Hantla said...

Cereal or a bagel with cream cheese. Not exciting, but fast!

kirine said...

On the go has two separate meanings here. On the go during the week, definitely oatmeal and cereal. For me, the Nutrigrain bars.

On the go during Christmas/Summer vacation means we're going on a car trip and that will be doughnuts or a sausage biscuit.

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Bianka said...

We love oatmeal over here, I usually put cinnamon, raisins and sugar in it.

La Bella Baskets said...

Toaster waffles to go.

Winona said...

I try to have granola bars on hand, but a Slim-Fast shake is always in the fridge just in case I need something quick that will keep me full for at least a couple hours.

Joanne Lendaro said...

coffee, coffee, coffee....until I wake up around 10, then I eat something. I fall out of bed at 6 and get everyone out of the house with one cup, and then enjoy the other two!!

heyteach said...

By the time I get the kids their very nutritious pop tart or toaster waffle, I generally have time to grab a fiber one or fiber plus bar on the way out the door. Mom of the Year here I come!

Krystle C. said...

A banana (or apple) and yogurt.

Or on really lazy days, poptarts.

Simple Country Girl said...

Sounds like our morning most days. We grab something quick and go because I can never get up early! Froot Loops are a hit in our house :)

DonnaP said...

A cup of low-fat yogurt with a handful of Kellogg's Cracklin Oat Bran thrown in. I can grab both on my way out the door, and eat at my desk to start my work day. Filling and holds me through until lunch. My grandkids even perfer the Cracklin Oat Bran as a snack over chips and cheese curls.

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oatmeal this week. just got to work and see i have it spilled all down my shirt. and it dried into a lovley paste. i am pretty!

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Ellie said...

Always yogurt, banana, and a granola bar or cereal (for the kids, I generally don't eat breakfast. I know...bad me!).

♥ recipe addict said...

My kids are all teens so getting them eat before they leave is not easy. If there is leftover pizza they are all over it!! Also, if we buy a cereal they like, they will take the time to eat that. Otherwise, forget it!

Lise said...

bananas are the easiest to run with!

Linh C. said...

Frozen cinamon toast waffles.

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Katie said...

A bowl of cereal is my quickie breakfast choice!

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Blended said...

cottage cheese and fruit.....or homemade granola bars!

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Robin said...

I love cereal! All kinds! I can eat it for any meal or snack. :) And the list of cereals I like is too long to type. My whole family loves it.
My hubby makes fun of me because when I go to the store I open a new box of cereal on the way home to snack on. As he's helping put groceries away he always seems to come upon an open box of cereal. Gee....I don't know how that got that way. ;)

Bonnie said...

My daughter is not a morning person so getting her to eat breakfast is always a challenge. She likes toast or a bag of dry cereal. Fortunately, we only live a block from school so you have to be having a REALLY bad morning not to make it to school on time.

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

Sometimes I grab a granola bar...but my all time favorite cereal is peanut butter panda puffs because it's so much fun to say!

Jess said...

Our quick breakfast is cereal or fruit and whole wheat toast.

Lisa said...

Poptarts are my fallback.

LRC said...

When in a pinch, my children and I grab either a fresh piece of fruit (bananas, plums, oranges or apples), or a smoothie made from Carnation Instant Breakfast mixes, banana & ice--they're quick & delish :)

Sharon said...

frozen pop-tarts, cereal bars or yogurt are my kids favs!

Teresa said...

granola bar of some sort

Rachel said...

I'm rushed a lot more than I'd like to be, so breakfast most mornings consists of a granola bar!
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missy said...

My go-to breakfast is a bowl of Special K vanilla almond. YUM!

Gretchen said...

A Special K protein bar is my favorite :)

pmerry said...

Chocolate Chip Eggos!

Pam said...

granola bar or baggie of dry cereal.

MB said...

Definitely cereal...or a cereal bar and some yogurt.

Anissa said...

Usually I eat a bowl of cereal and if in a hurry I stick some in a baggie and put milk in a fast food milk bottle I've rinsed out (we get them often enough that it's usually handy).
Otherwise if it's a really big hurry I grab a cereal fruit bar or a granola bar.

Davney said...

Granola bars!

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Jennie said...

Cereal or leftover pancakes (I make pancakes on the weekend, and leftovers get frozen in pairs in plastic baggies).

jennifernm said...

Poptart, banana, or granola bar. Sometimes I freeze the leftover pancakes from the weekend. Then I can just pop it in the microwave or toaster and I'm good to go!

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Ashley! said...

I LOVE Clif Kids ZBars; they're like granola bars, but more filling! I can just grab one on my way out the door (and a banana, if I've got one at the house) and I'm good to go!

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Donna T said...

Instant oatmeal is my son's breakfast in the morning. It's very quick to prepare with the single cup coffee maker we have.

~Debbi~ said...

My kids usually eat a banana, squeezy yogurt (organic only!) and bagel with cream cheese if we're are hopping in the car. Squeezy fruit sauce fills in those rare times we run out of yogurt. I've been known to just stick a box of cereal on the passenger seat and eat from it until we arrive at our destination. That and a cup of OJ has been my breakfast many school mornings.

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Wendi said...

Double Decker Peanut Butter and Jam on Whole Wheat toast with a glass of milk. (you gotta toast it) It's quick AND balanced. You have your milk for calcium and other good nutrients. Peanut Butter for protein. Wheat toast for fiber and complex carbs. Jam for...well, because it just tastes good! lol
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Amanda said...

My son loves him some cereal in the mornings. On the mornings when I oversleep, I feel bad for making in rush when I am the one that overslept. When this happens, I pour the cereal and milk in a glass and grab a spoon and head out the door.

Kerry said...

Dry cereal in a baggie to eat in the car on the way to school. My kids actually prefer the cereal w/o milk, so this works out well.

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Nancy said...

Cereal. Everyone can help themselves.

Patty said...

I grab a breakfast bar, fruit or a frozen waffle with peanut butter.

Pam said...

Frozen pancakes, french toast sticks or waffles are had many days around here!

Mami2jcn said...

When I'm in a big hurry, I'll grab a granola bar.

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JillyBeanTM said...

I'm big into toast and a banana lately. My son usually has microwave oatmeal with applesauce mixed in.

Amy said...

Honey Buns or fruit. And the boys keep a stock of red bull in the fridge. Do those count as breakfast?

Beads By Lori and Sara said...

I'm a cereal girl, all the way! If that's not an option, I go for poptarts or granola bars, but I can usually make time for breakfast!

Life in the Crone Lane said...

My quick breafast on the go is a flour tortilla, spread with peanut butter with apple slices on the peanut butter and rolled into a burrito shape. Yum! Don't forget to close the bottom end or you'll get peanut butter coated apple slices in your lap. :)

healingtouch said...

Eggo Waffles {2} toasted with peanut butter and sliced banana...I make a sandwich out of it, easier to eat on the go ! And if that doesn't work...McD's egg Mcmuffin ! And coffee...HAVE to have the coffee

gmissycat said...

Quaker instant oatmeal and a banana work really well in a hurry!
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Kendra Field-Bennett said...

In a pinch we put cereal in a baggie and milk in a sippy cup!

sy said...

my go-to breakfast on rushed mornings is bananas, it's fast to eat and easy to take on the road.
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cmjoy said...

With 4 kids with different tastes I have to have a bag of tricks to make sure everyone eats something for that All Important 1st Meal. My youngest like Gogurts and Quaker Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Breakfast Bars, my 11 year old lives on Eggo waffles, my third born who is in 9th grade will skip breakfast to work on make-up and hair so I pre-fill baggies of whole grain Kelloggs Froot-Loops she can eat on the way to school and my oldest likes Kelloggs Frosted Mini wheats and Carnation Breakfast drinks.

Deirdrea said...

Snap Crackle and Pop are always welcome at my breakfast table! Definitely a staple in my house.

Dani said...

some cheerios and some cereal bars with milk or juice with whatever fruit is in the house for the kids.

Denise said...

Our go to breakfast is yogurt and bananas! Quick and easy.

smarti said...

On the go breakfast: lately I'm really into those new Ritz Crackerfuls (two long crackers with garlic & herb spread in between). Yummy and filling enough (for a little while).

Anonymous said...

I'm embarrassed to say - go to breakfast when we are out of cereal is cinnamon toast (whole wheat toast, butter, cinnamon sugar.)

kay.lindsey said...

We are not early risers so I prepare for last minute breakfasts at the begining of the week. I puree fruit in the blender then load it into big syringes (w/o the needle obviously), cap them and put them in the fridge. In the morning, we can grab our favorite fruit already peeled, washed and ready to eat. You can squirt it into your mouth one biteful at a time. Sounds weird but until they invent Go-fruit to go with Go-gurt, its what we do.

nilvento said...

Those special k fruit crisp bars are perfect for an on the go meal.

Bethany said...

A banana and toast or some yogurt are what I grab when I'm in a hurry. My usual is a smoothie or a bowl of cereal.

Corinna Lyons-Revello said...

My daughter loves Go-gurt, and she likes to freeze it in the freezer first!

Anonymous said...

Cheese toast or toast with peanut butter are a staple. My daughter also LOVES prepared frozen breakfast sandwiches. I know they are full of fat, but she is is stick and can use the calories once in awhile. One minute in the microwave and she can eat it in the car. Also, have you see the no sugar added applesauce in a pouch? Perfect for the car!

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Betsy said...

Banana, toast/muffins & milk (for my little one); banana, quick oatmeal & tea (for me!)

Bug said...

A container of yogurt sprinkled with whatever cereal we have around (my kids are still innocent enough to believe me when I tell them it's a parfait!) or a ziplock bag full of cereal to eat in the car.

KathyGTwins said...

Cereal and juice (in a glass, not on the cereal). Sometimes frozen waffles and pancakes. Unfortunately my one daughter is a slow eater so there's no such thing as a fast breakfast :-)

bepoia said...

I zap a breakfast sandwich
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Lori A. said...

A toasted frozen waffle with some peanut butter is a great quick breakfast.
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Amy said...

I make what we call egg o' muffin sandwiches and bag them for the freezer on the weekend. Then my 15 yo who is always running late can grab and heat.

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Deb said...

When I’m in a rush, I grab a yogurt that I can eat at my desk in the morning, and I always have a can of cashews or almonds in my drawer.

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Hope said...

Yogurt, piece of fruit or a cereal bar. Quick and easy!

Racingjourno said...

On hectic morning it's a protein shake.
On the weekends, bacon and egg is a guilty pleasure.

Mom2anutball said...

I always grab a banana or a cereal bar on the mornings that we are rushed!

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Amy said...

I grab a yogurt cup, a granola bar, and a piece of fruit.

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marybug2 said...

I drive through McDonalds and get a coffe and a sausage biscuit.
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Mommy La said...

we eat some kind of cereal every morning mainly in my house. My kids really love to snack on it thru the day as well.

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Betty N said...

cereal is always a good go-to but I also make pancakes and muffins ahead of time and freeze them so they can be popped into the microwave on a rushed morning.

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BJW0419 said...

Whole grain toasted waffle (make them on the weekend and freeze for during the week breakfast rush!) with peanut butter

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Leah @ A Butterfly In My Stomach said...

My go to breakfast is cereal bar, breakfast shake, or fruit smoothie. Thanks!

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Kerry said...

I like to grab a Clif bar for breakfast.
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Ali said...

I love breakfast, I would eat it for every meal if I could! If I have the time, I love to make french toast or crepes, but most mornings I just have cereal and a piece of toast.

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Carol said...

If I have bananas, those are the easiest to grab. Pop Tarts or granola bars are next. Then maybe prepackaged peanut butter and crackers.

Ticia said...

Good ole pop tarts around here when we are in a rush. howell3@mchsi.com

JC said...

I grab granola bars when I’m in a hurry.

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Carolsue said...

Things are chaotic in the morning at our house, so I reach for a Pop Tart or a Granola Bar. Maybe a banana.
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Eileen said...

Our family is ALWAY getting a late start, so on school nights we HAVE to set our breakfast foods out for the next morning. Usually TONS of cereal choices, courtesy of my cereal crazy husband! We always try to get the kids to eat fruit and they MUST drink a tall glass of milk. Sometimes the kids will spread waffles with peanut butter and just foldnGo! We are so lucky we have such convenience now!
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Nicole said...

My go-to breakfast when we are in a hurry is toast with either peanut butter or butter, cinnamon, and sugar.
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Shel said...

Cereal bars, cold Pop Tarts, a banana, donuts, squeeze yogurt or even oatmeal raisin cookies when we're short on time and don't even have time for cold cereal. One time I grabbed a cinnamon raisin bagel, covered it with cream cheese and sliced bananas and made a "banwich" out of it for her to eat in the car on the way to school..she loved it.

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mom2boys said...

We love granola bars and fruit on the go! Fast and yummy : )

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We grab a granola bar, fruit or a bagel with cream cheese when we are in a hurry.

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my go to in a rush breakfast is an apple & piece of string cheese
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wholesomewomanhood said...

When I have leftover muffins, pancakes, waffles or bread I freeze them for mornings when I need a fast breakfast. :-)

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Natalie said...

My kids get their own cereal and eat it rather quickly. I don't ever eat fast--but, if I need to grab something to eat in the car, a Nutri-Grain bar is my food of choice.
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Tracey said...

Yogurt and fruit!!

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Grill Girl said...

Quickies for breakfast here:

Bagels with or without cream cheese.

Bananas.

Lance orange peanut butter crackers, but they have to be the orange ones for some reason (-:

Snack bars.

Trail mix.

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Nicole said...

Bananas and yogurt are our go to breakfast food when we are rushed!

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Toast is a good one. Fast, easy, and you can take it on the run!

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Christina said...

Our school serves breakfast. So if we are running behind, my son will eat breakfast at school. Sometimes it is even hot.

janetfaye said...

When I am in a hurry for Breakfast I eat a cup of Vanilla Yogurt and or a Banana.

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BlondeMomBlog (Jamie) said...

A granola bar or power bar and a banana in the car while I'm dropping off the kids at school and heading to work!

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LAMusing said...

If I have 10 minutes I go with Special K with red berries or oatmeal. Less than 10 minutes and I grab a couple of crackers and a piece of fruit I can eat in the car

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Norma said...

I grab a donut or sweet roll because I'm trying to GAIN weight :)

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jakiesmom said...

if we are running late i give my son a granola bar as we head out the door
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Barbarawr said...

I pack up 2 homemade muffins and my daughter eats them in her first period class - whether we're late or not

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Dolphin Girl said...

The kids favorite cereal in a zippy bag. Or a piece of toast.

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I grab a cereal bar and a thermos of milk.

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marybug2 said...

I love my coco krispies, and the sweet chocolate taste.
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Apple and a piece of toast for the car!
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Kacie said...

Frozen waffles are awesome in a pinch!

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Lori said...

Frosted mini wheat in a baggie--I'm all class!
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won said...

Hectic or not, we just have to take the ten minutes to sit down and eat and drink something.

It's one of my strictest rules.

Michelle Pixie said...

Toast and orange juice is always a quick fix around here!

jillyrh said...

Granola bar and a banana

Terri said...

Fruit and toast is easy and delicious.
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Julie said...

I grab a english muffin with peanut butter on it.
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bleatham said...

When in a hurry, we grab a granola bar or a cereal bar and a gogurt!
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bleatham said...

tweet
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Hannah said...

on a busy morning I will grab some OJ to go with a banana or a ziploc with cheerios!

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Hannah said...

http://twitter.com/achrissmile/status/23202508232


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