Breakfast Cereals and Bargains

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  1. Arlene says:

    Yum, I am going to try the granola recipe. I love ginger so I may add a touch of crystalized ginger as a ‘dried fruit’ when snacking. And, I think I should be able to make it in the solar oven on sunny days.

  2. MissMOE says:

    Breakfast is a make your own affair at my house (5 teens and 2 adults all with different schedules). My husband eats granola everyday. My kids tend to eat granola with yogurt, fruit smoothies, oatmeal, or some form of egg sandwich (on whole wheat toast, in a burrito, or just plain). I drink two glasses of water, have a bit of whole grain (toast or a handful of granola) with a piece of fruit. Our hearty breakfast which we eat early (between 5:30 and 7:00) hold us until about 10. We all tend to snack on fruit or veggies at that time and then eat an early lunch (around 11:00).

    • erynlynum says:

      Your comment made me hungry 🙂 That actually sounds almost exactly like what we eat for breakfast. Egg sandwiches or burritos with veggies are a favorite.

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