Originally Posted by Mamax3
My kids usually eat pancakes (i make from scratch with sour dough starter)
I would love this recipe, pretty please!
My DS eats "SuperPorridge," which I make from quinoa, millet, oats, sometimes lentils, sometimes brown rice, wheat germ, flax seed, and molasses. I mix half a banana and some milk or soymilk into when I serve it. He eats that first thing every morning, and then often has "second breakfast" if he's around (not at preschool) of whatever I'm eating for breakfast -- since I tend to eat much later.
DD eats either toast with jam, oatmeal, a bagel, a banana, pancakes or eggs -- usually it's eggs, but she sometimes has a "snack" of something easier (banana, some other fruit) first thing before I get it together to actually cook the eggs
On the weekends I make big brunches, usually -- pancakes or waffles, a quiche or omelets and fried potatoes, an oven pancake or some kind of casserole. And bacon or sausage occasionally. But that's later, way after the kids eat their "first breakfast."
Sometimes we really like PB&J on toast for breakfast, too.