Friends, breakfast is just not my thing.
I wake up with no appetite and the last thing I want to do is cook!
But I do have 5 hungry children who do not agree with this philosophy.
They want food (like cooked food?!?!?!), and they want it fast.
I had to come up with something that was going to work for my kids and for me. Over the years, these are my five go-to ideas for busy moms and breakfast.
Not Consumed has this amazing DIY Breakfast Station all ready for you to use.
If you are ready to make a quick and efficient change to your morning routine, the breakfast station is the way to go.
I have this set and love the labels and the recipes.
For this non-morning mama, knowing what is for breakfast is a lifesaver.
Having a breakfast rhythm helps me from being a short order cook in the morning.
I enjoy knowing what’s for breakfast and it helps curb the complaining in the morning.
One more amazing benefit of a breakfast rotation is that it makes my weekly shopping trip much easier.
In fact, for the summer I came up with a lunch rotation as well.
I know what to buy at the store and what I need to replenish just by looking at the rotation sheet.
This resource has 70 simple, wholesome breakfasts to add to your menu plan.
I keep this page bookmarked and close by for when I want to switch up our rotation or add in a special, but easy breakfast.
Ann from Keeper of the Home also shows how she uses a similar breakfast rotation idea to mine, but periodically swaps out her recipes.
I was so inspired by this post.
It is real food ideas that are so simple, yet I had not thought of trying them in my breakfast rotation.
Two of my favorite ideas are baking bacon in the oven and muffin tin omelets
I have to be honest. I am not a big freezer cooking mama.
I like to make things fresh and not eat from the freezer. Just a personal preference.
However, these breakfast ideas look delish and totally doable.
What are your favorite tips for busy mom’s to help with breakfast?? Comment below…
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