The good news: As my kids get older and more independent, they’re starting to prep their own breakfasts in the morning. The bad news: Prepping their own breakfasts turns into eating fistfuls of dry cereal out of the box.
So we’ve been talking about the elements of a well-rounded morning meal, namely including protein and more than one food group. To make it easy to remember, I made them a healthy breakfast cheat sheet that I hung in the pantry door. It lists the categories and some choices within those categories.
Click on the image or link below to download a copy that includes two options: one with foods already listed and a blank one to write in your own food choices. Just cut down the center and post the one you want.