This is a sponsored post by Collective Bias for #TysonBreakfast.
We do breakfast for dinner more often, buying 6 to 7 dozen eggs a week, we get a lot of milage out of this food group. Not to mention how easy it is to throw something together in less than 15 minutes and get a full meal; lately? I’m in love with efficiency.
So, I was offered to try the Tyson Breakfast Breadbowls. And try them we did. We shopped for them which is a hilarious event at all times when Sams Club and a three year old collide. Take a peek.
We needed a quick dinner a few weeks ago so it was a perfect time to try these babies out. I added some Cutie oranges, trail mix and oatmeal to the table and we got down to business.
Full disclosure? My kids did not like them. At all.
And we tried them. And tried them. And tried them. Bite after bite, I got sour faces. Except for this one:
Which was for his oatmeal – his favorite food of all time, thankyouverymuch.
Dinner was kind of a bust as breakfast but when Aaron got home, he finished what the kids left behind and then made more. He loved them.
Perfect. Now he has a quick breakfast on the go for the busy mornings (ok, every morning) as well as a great snack when a bag of chips or sandwich just won’t do.
Fact: my kids don’t always love what I put in front of them but we try to make it fun and it’s definitely always an adventure. With one kid who could literally live on bread alone and the other who is currently into avocado’s, mushrooms, and asparagus? We have fun in the kitchen. How do you guys do it?
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