They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Yet, with our busy schedules, it is often the meal that is skipped. Breakfast is important for kids heading back to school, so I've got some portable breakfast ideas to share, to help ensure that your child's day starts off right. This is a sponsored post, though all opinions are my own.
Children learn better when their bellies are full, so make sure they have something to eat before they start their day. Breakfast doesn't have to be complicated. There are plenty of options out there for a quick breakfast. One of my favorite quick breakfast ideas is these delicious Breakfast Pockets from Mikey's. There are two varieties available, and they take just a couple of minutes to make in the microwave. They can be made while the kids are getting ready, then handed off right before they head out the door for school.
Mikey's Breakfast Pockets taste great and are made with scrambled eggs and plant based cheese. The two varieties include Egg & Cheese, and Egg, Cheese & Ham. They are gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, and milk & lactose free. Each box contains a pack of two non-GMO breakfast pockets.
Portable breakfast ideas
Grab and go convenience is something often sought after by families during the back to school season. Here are some portable breakfast ideas to help ensure that your child gets fed before they start their day full of learning.
- Fresh fruit - Apples, oranges and bananas are great options for a quick breakfast on the go. Toss one to your child before they head out the door so that they can eat it on the way.
- Cereal Bars - Just like cereal, in a bar form; these are popular options for on the go breakfast. There are even some great recipes on Pinterest to make your own.
- Mikey's Breakfast Pockets - Pop one in the microwave, hand it off to your child when they are heading out the door, and they've got a hot and delicious breakfast on the go.
Which variety of Mikey's Breakfast Pockets do you think would be your child's favorite?