|Fruit, yogurt, and granola|
- Fruit, yogurt, and granola– Whether spooning yogurt into a bowl to eat at the kitchen table or grabbing an individual container to go, the protein and calcium in yogurt combined with carbs in granola and a handful of freshly washed berries provides a nutrition packed breakfast that takes little time to prepare. We buy the 32 ounce containers of Stonyfield French Vanilla yogurt for at-home breakfasts and throw fruit and granola on top of the individual Oikos containers for on the go! Or make some fruited muesli the night before.
- Egg sandwiches– Scramble an egg and slide it on some toast. Put a slice of cheese on top for some melty goodness and slap a piece of ham on before you top it with the second piece of toast. Wrap it in some foil and you have hand held breakfast!
- Yogurt smoothies– Blend vanilla yogurt with frozen fruit for a quick delicious and nutritious breakfast. We like vanilla yogurt with any combination of berries. Sometimes I add in a little orange juice and banana too. If you’re looking for inspiration, Stonyfield has an entire smoothie recipe section on their website or grab and go with one of their Super Smoothies.
|Oatmeal with lots of toppings!|
- Oatmeal– Quick oats are just that. Add some dried cranberries and/or raisins to get in a serving of fruit, a handful of almonds for some protein, mix in some milk to make it smooth and creamy, then top off with some brown sugar. Or stop at Starbucks. I love their oatmeal!
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