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Can I see what you give your kids for breakfast & lunch? I literally can’t …

Can I see what you give your kids for breakfast & lunch? I literally can’t think of anything besides a handful of thing & most of them isn’t that healthy 😅
Also open to see your grocery list for a small family of 3. Looking to incorporate more fruits and vegetables in our meals 😊



thank for the original creator Jozelyn Hope

37 thoughts on “Can I see what you give your kids for breakfast & lunch? I literally can’t …”

  1. Carrie Schulz Schultheiss

    My kids are older, but I still do most of these things-

    Prep- cut up strawberries and mix with blueberries, cut a bunch of veggies- snap peas, carrots, celery, cucumbers, tomatoes etc. This works great for kids to use to pack their school lunches and to pull out before dinner when they are “starving” too.

    Breakfasts- cereal with bananas, peanut butter and jelly or banana on whole wheat English muffins or toast, yogurt with berries and granola or sliced almonds, I make banana nut muffins (and other kinds) for breakfast on the go, breakfast burritos, waffles on weekends and reheat in toaster during the week, egg in a hole, omelets, oatmeal with peanut butter or egg whites mixed in and berries or bananas and nuts

    Lunch- pull out the box of veggies and cut up some fruit then all you need is the main- we often have leftovers (I often make extra to have leftovers- if I have a variety we call it a cafe), mini pizzas on bagels, meat and cheese and crackers, lunch meat sandwiches, soups, salads, pasta salad with tuna or chicken, cottage cheese with cucumbers, red pepper and tomatoes topped with everything but the bagel seasoning, an occasional Mac and cheese type lunch, ramen with veggies tossed in or hot dogs, nachos using leftover meat is also a big one in our house.

    A couple ideas- Rotisserie chicken is a good one to use a bunch of different ways from a meal on its own to using in a dish to chicken salad to making soup stock. My kids are teens and I can still get several meals out of $5-$7 chicken.

    If I’m making something like taco meat, I make extra so I can make taco salads the next day. Helps me get my veggies in too. An extra burger becomes cheese burger salad.

  2. Cassie Carnley

    Breakfast
    French toast with peanut butter and bananas
    Hard boil eggs bacon and toast
    Avocado toast
    Cereal
    Smoothies
    Breakfast pizza with eggs sausage cheese and gravy on top
    Oatmeal

    Lunch.
    Sandwiches
    Homemade french fries and hot dogs
    Mac n cheese and tuna
    Tortilla pizza
    Left overs
    Ramen soups
    Charcuterie board
    Baked potatoes

  3. Julie Richardson

    Breakfast
    Pancakes and strawberries
    Waffles with nutella and bananas
    Biscuits and gravy and applesauce
    Sausage biscuits and applesauce
    Cheerios with bananas or strawberries
    Oatmeal with brown sugar and raisins

    Lunch
    Ham and cheese roll ups with broccoli and ranch
    PB and Jelly sandwich with apple slices
    Grilled cheese and fruit cup
    Cheese and crackers with carrots and celery with ranch
    Pizza rolls or homemade pizza and salad
    Egg salad,tuna salad with crackers and cottage cheese and pineapple

  4. Tish Blair Edwards

    Make ahead breakfast biscuits with some fruit on the side for Breakfast. I’m at work for lunch so he has to fend for himself Hotpockets, etc

  5. Mary Nelda Pedroza

    This is a typical breakfast in my house. I make sausage and potatoes breakfast tacos. I top them off with guacamole and cheese sometimes. I make my own flour and corn tortillas but you can buy them.

  6. Debra Lynn Beasley Johnson

    Bacon Egg Cheese Breakfast Pizza

    eggs, ham and cheese baked right into flaky croissants

    Sausage, poached or fried egg, cheese McMuffin

    Make Ahead Breakfast Parfaits: For 6 Servings: 32 oz plain or vanilla yogurt Greek yogurt
    1 1/2 c. strawberries
    1 1/2 c. raspberries
    1 ½ c. blueberries
    4-5 c. granola – Yogurt should be top layer-put granola on when ready to serve

  7. Blueberry or strawberry pancakes. Applesauce as syrup. Peanut butter or alternative if nut allergy…

  8. Joyce Brinsfield

    I will also do breakfast burritos and a side of fruit 🍓🍉🍒🍑 or a fruit 🍑🍒 salad

  9. My kids loved mini bagels with the strawberry cream cheese. Also in the summer make a big fruit salad at the beginning of the week to use as an easy side for meals. Can make a breakfast sunday by layering the fruit salad with some yogurt and sprinkle granola on top.

  10. Scrambled egg, yogurt, and berries.
    Whole wheat pancakes with honey and berries, yogurt.
    Sausage, cottage cheese, peaches.
    Avocado toast, mozzarella, and tomato.
    Chicken meatballs, rice, broccoli.

  11. Breakfast:
    Biscuits and eggs
    Cresent rolls baked with ham and cheese, fruit
    Sausage & egg English muffins

    Lunch:
    Homemade meat & cheese board they can graze, include small treat like mini muffins, also include bananas, blueberries
    Ham sandwiches with side of strawberries
    Homemade pizza pockets & Side salad
    Pretzels & Chicken salad
    Celery boats with peanut butter and raisins

  12. Tammy Underwood Sullivan

    Toast with any nut spread and banana
    Yogurt with chopped fruit and nuts
    Scrambled eggs with bacon bits or diced ham
    French toast with choice of meat

    Pepperoni or salami slices with cubed cheese
    Chicken wraps with Apple sauce
    PB&J with side of fruit
    Hot dog, tater tots

  13. My daughter’s almost 2. I give her cereal with fruit, bagel with Cream cheese and fruit, french toast with fruit, hashbrowns, scrambled eggs, and fruit. Everything with fruit and a cup of milk. Usually blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, or strawberries. Or her favorite lately is a smoothie with an everything bagel with cream cheese

  14. I always have cut up fruit and veggies in the fridge. We have fruit and yogurt with breakfast and always a fruit and vegetable with lunch and dinner

  15. PBJ and fruit

    Mini corn dogs and veggies

    Ham and cheese sandwich with chips

    Hot pocket and juice

    Scrambled eggs and toast

    Pancakes or cereal with fruit

    Grilled cheese with fruit

    Nachos

  16. Tanya Swift-Akers

    Breakfast: cereal sometimes with milk and sometimes dry, pop tarts, nutri-grain bars, cinnamon rolls, pop pies biscuits n gravy, scrambled eggs with a sausage patty or bacon, omelette, pancakes, waffles, fresh fruit, yogurt, white milk, chocolate milk, strawberry milk, juice
    Lunch: chicken nuggets with fries or tater tots or onion rings, chicken tenders, hot dogs, pizza, pizza rolls, pizza pockets, fresh fruit, fresh veggies with ranch, lunch meat sandwiches with chips, peanut butter n jelly, left over dinner from the night before, raviolis, tuna salad, chicken salad, egg salad, homemade lunchables pepperonis, cheese, crackers, lunch meat, milk, juice, water, Kool aid, water down some sweet tea,

  17. Divina Solyplaya

    Omelets, French toast, cinamon sticks, quesadillas, tacos of all kids, , eggs, bacon, Canadian ham , English muffins, fruit, yogurt, sausage, chorizo, longaniza, oatmeal, cream of wheat, toast. Bread pudding, rice pudding ,

  18. Brenda Barbour

    Just don’t worry about fancy. We sometimes have cucumbers with burgers or hot dogs a can of corn or green beans. We like to dump the green beans in pan with juices and sprinkle on a little beef boillion to cook it in. I’d think whatever meat you have a fresh fruit or veggie you guys like would make an excellent side. Carrots/celery, cucumbers, steamed or fresh broccoli, watermelon, corn on the cob frozen or fresh, canned veggies, fresh/canned peaches/pears, pineapples are a big win in my house. Sauté or grill zuchinni/squash and onions together.

  19. We keep frozen stuff ..breakfast bowls and burritos . But also grits, eggs, frozen hash browns, and we always have hand, sausage and bacon around. A quick breakfast is an egg muffin. Nuke the egg, in a small round bowl, heat up Canadian bacon, add a slice of cheese and put it all inside an English muffin. Three minutes tops.

  20. As cliché as it sounds, a good salad which includes fruits goes w/every meal. I substitute lettuce w/spinach too.

  21. Mariah Kratofilow

    Breakfast:
    Banana bread or breakfast breads
    Bananas, peaches, strawberries, ect.
    Oatmeal
    Cereal if we have time
    Smoothies
    Lunch:
    Casadillas and salsa
    Salad with nuggets
    Pizza rolls
    meat or PB&J sandwiches
    Butter noodle pasta
    Any leftover from dinner the night before

  22. Alexandria Ringer

    Apples and peanut butter! Eggs with wheat toast. Peanut butter on wheat toast. Pancakes with fresh blueberries in it

  23. When my kids were younger, I’d make omelettes, oatmeal with fresh fruit, yogurt with fruit, cottage cheese with fruit, I’d make crepes, breakfast bowls sausage,egg,cheese and veggies, oatmeal with granola breakfast is easy! Lunch I’d do wraps, fruit cheese and sometimes summer sausage on crackers, various soups and sandwiches, fruit and yogurt mixed with almond butter for dip. Get your kids into loads of fruits, veggies and various types of grains and it’s easy.

  24. And for lunch, my easy go to and her favorite is to buy mini nan breads and melt cheese on it and put it in the air fryer. Or she likes cheese quesadillas. Or pb/j sandwich, or frozen mini pizza, or a wrap with cream cheese and sandwich meat

  25. Kristin Valdanbrini

    For breakfast we do muffins, waffles and pancakes we do a big batch and keep in freezer, smoothies, cereal, pop tarts, fruit and yogurt

    For lunch we do leftovers, sandwiches, wraps, homemade lunchables, ramen, pasta salad woth peftover meat thrown in it

  26. Heather Renee Adams

    – Go to Breakfast: frozen waffles/pancakes and brown n serve sausage links,
    – Go to Lunch: DIY lunchable with pepperoni/salami/turkey/ham/cheese slices/crackers (our favorite is chicken and biscuit crackers but it is so fun to have them pick out new ones to try)

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