So the kids have been back to school for a couple of weeks now and we are still trying to get back into the swing of things after summer vacation. We are finding the morning routines in particular awfully difficult to get back on track again. One of the big things I've been working on is having quick and easy breakfast ideas for the kids that are ready to go, where they can be independent enough to heat, toast, pour, or spread something without me hearing my name being called over and over again.
My kids though, much like me, prefer a little variety day-to-day. They don't want to just have yogurt, cereal, or fruit for breakfast. So on the weekends I'm getting back into the routine of making a big batch of pancakes that I can freeze, which they now know how to re-heat. I've also been making a lot of muffins and bread, whether it's citrus or banana loaves which Miss M absolutely loves, or my latest, fresh gluten-free bread for the little man.
The best part about this bread (besides being delicious with a little jam on top), is that there is no yeast, no kneading, and is made in under an hour. Because we all know I'm all about quick and easy.