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Heading back to school means back to routine, and rushed mornings for many of us. Don’t skimp on the breakfast just because you don’t have a lot of time! Try these 50 Easy Healthy Breakfast Recipes for Back to School!
1. Mini Breakfast Pizzas
2. Breakfast Smoothies
3. Blackberry Mango Breakfast Shake
4. Tomato Egg Cups
5. Back Pack Bagels
6. Just Peachy Shake
7. Blueberry Pancakes
8. Power Granola
9. Waffle Sandwich
10. Crunchy Granola Wedges
11. Dressed Up Yogurt
12. Banana Breakfast Shake
13. Breakfast Bundles
14. Fruit Salad
15. Berry Cream Pancakes
16. Baked Oatmeal
17. Banana Blueberry Muffins
18. Pita Breakfast Pockets
19. Crescent Roll Breakfast Bake
20. Sweet Potato and Pecan Flapjacks
21. Pineapple Raspberry Parfaits
22. Egg in a Hole with Berries & Yogurt
23. Egg Panini
24. Bagels with Cherry Cream Cheese
25. Yogurt & Honey Fruit Cups
26. Greek Omelette in a Pita
27. Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich with Mango Chutney
28. Buttermilk Pancakes
29. On-the-Go PB&J Wraps
31. Eggy Creamy Cheese Bagel
32. Banana Bran Muffins
33. Homemade Whole Wheat Pop-Tarts
34. French Toast Sticks
35. Easy French Toast Casserole
36. Breakfast Muffins
37. Fig, Applesauce, and Almond Breakfast Loaf
38. Banana Waffles
39. Quick Breakfast Burritos
40. Breakfast Parfait
41. Whole Wheat Pancakes
42. Banana Cinnamon Waffles
43. Peanut Butter Banana Bagel
44. Homemade Granola
45. Easy Cinnamon Biscuits
46. Whole Grain Flax Muffins
47. Power Bars
48. Yogurt and Fresh Fruit
49. Kicked Up Quesadilla
50. Whole-Wheat Cinnamon Rolls
What’s your favorite Healthy Easy Breakfast Recipe?
Here are 5 great tips to help you load the lunchbox and save money at the same time.
1. Buy Ahead
When you are shopping, keep an eye out for items your kids LOVE to go on sale. Maybe its Teddy Grahams or Goldfish or fruit snacks or even raisins. Most foods follow a 10-12 week sale cycle. The goal is to purchase items at their lowest cost, paired with a coupon. Then, buy enough to last you until the next sale comes around (about 10 – 12 weeks worth). Not only will you will save on the items your kids love, you’ll stay stocked up on lunchbox items. [Read more...]
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Recently, BI-LO announced Kuddles, its new line of quality, affordable formula, diapers and baby essentials, now available in store. Backed by the line’s 100 percent happiness guarantee, parents can rest assured that Kuddles will keep their babies smiling, making more time for what matters most. On August 17th from 2-4 p.m. I’ll be at the Making Happy Happen for Mom in store event at store 3515, located at 703 Signal Mountain Rd. I’d love for you to join me for the super fun event. Bi-Lo will have Kuddles products on display, refreshments, plus great giveaways including Kuddles product, BI-LO gift cards, floral arrangements and the chance to win free diapers for a year. Whoa! Free diapers for a year could really come in handy!
In case you missed my earlier announcement, we are expecting a new baby girl to our family in November. My kids are older, so we are starting completely over with this baby. It’s been years since I had to buy baby items and so much has changed in. I can’t wait to find out more about the new Kuddles product line at BI-LO at this in store event. Grab your girlfriends, and lets have a fabulous afternoon. Can’t wait to see you there! (Kasey)
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Besides a grocery store sale cycle, are there times of the year when certain items are on sale?
Absolutely! Grocery stores are smart. They know that there are certain times of the year when shoppers are keying in on specific goods and they want to grab as much of your business as they possibly can. So why not offer a great price on something they already know you’ll be looking for? When you think about it, it’s a fantastic idea. Cookout supplies around the 4th of July, baking staples during the holidays and even candy on Halloween.
It’s all about anticipation. In this case, the anticipation of shopping habits. The store knows from experience, and shopping trends, when different items will peak throughout the year. By matching their best prices to times of peak demand they stand a better chance of bringing shoppers through the door and earning their business.
This is a cycle you can work to your advantage! By staying on top of what items tend to go on sale during certain times of the year, you can stock up and save your family impressive amounts of money. Right now try focusing on those key items you’ll soon be tossing into lunchboxes day after day. Things like pudding cups, fruit snacks and Lunchables can be expensive, so buy when the time is right and have them ready and waiting when you need them most. Also, keep track as to which of these items can be frozen. Things like lunchmeat freeze great, making it easy to take advantage of a good sale when you find one.
Another thing to keep track of is produce. Fruits and vegetables are at their peak at different times of the year. If you can buy when the market is flooded, and then either can or freeze your produce, you have the chance to save money while still offering healthy options for your family.
Right now August is upon us and that can only mean one thing…..back to school! With that in mind let’s take a look at a few items that always tend to be on sale this time of year.
Sales to Watch for During Back to School:
- Pencils, Crayons, Markers, Scissors, Rulers, Folders, Glue, Paper, Notebooks & Other School Supplies
Breakfast Items/School Lunches
- Pudding Cups, Lunch Meat, Lunchables, Bread, Cold Cereal, Waffles, Juice Boxes
- Clorox, Purell
- Insect Repellant, Sunscreen, Charcoal, Pool Toys, Outdoor Furniture, Pools, Picnic Supplies
- Veggies: Avocado, Green Beans, Beans, Corn, Cucumber, Eggplant, Onion, Bell Pepper, Summer Squash, Tomatillo, Tomatoes, Peaches, Gravenstein Apples, Berries, Figs, Grapes, Melons, Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Plums, & Raspberries
Couponing is a great way to save money! Whether you save 5%, 15% or 50% you are still saving your family money. Having a hard time getting started? Buy my new book, “Couponing for the Rest of Us” on Amazon in paperback or Kindle. You can even read the first chapter online FREE!