Sweet, Sweet Sunday

What’s Next?

One of the hardest things for me to do in the morning is to wake up…just to wake myself up…to wake up and function before having my normal two pots of coffee…

But now that the “resident five year old” is going to “real” school, I am expected to not only wake up myself…but wake “the resident five year old” up, get him dressed, feed him breakfast, and get him to school in time.

I have only been doing this for a week…and I have to do this for how many years before I can have the empty nest that most couples my age already have…

Oh well, being the Army wife that I am, I must do what I have pretty much always have done…what my husband and his Army buddies said they they had to do when they were deployed…

 

“Shut up and color”

So instead of complaining about the fact that I have to feed the numchkin before sending him out the door, let’s develop a strategy that will make feeding him breakfast every single morning for eternity not such a big deal…and not him having to dread the same old boring bowl of Corn Flakes every single morning like I did when I was growing up.

When it comes to breakfast, there are a few categories that we can use to create out game plan…types of food that are served om the typical breakfast buffet.

These include…

  1. Assorted baked breakfast breads…croissants, muffins, toasts
  2. Assorted cereals and dried fruits 
  3. Beverages
  4. Breakfast Meats
  5. Eggs
  6. Potatoes
  7. Seasonal fruit

 

So let’s look at a few recipes under each of these categories that we can put into our arsenal to shoot out the door ready to send our troops off to battle the day ahead.

 

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