When kids help cook their breakfast, they’re more excited about eating it. Carrie invited her daughter’s playgroup over to make an egg and turkey breakfast sauage casserole. To see how the kids personalized their breakfast, click here
It’s easy to parents and kids from her neighborhood for a Jennie-O breakfast. That’s exactly what Emily did when she made a healthy breakfast of fruit kebabs, Jennie-O bacon and egg cups. See how tasty a healthy breakfast can be here
Instead of the traditional pig-in-a-blanket, Amanda created “gobbles in a blanket” using pancakes and Jennie-O sauasge. Try out her quick, easy, and kid friendly recipe by clicking here
Camille’s husband usually skips breakfast so she created a portable breakfast so he had no excuse to skip. Check out her easy directions for making bacon, egg, and cheese sliders here
Since Melanie started Weight Watchers, her family has avoided bacon. She discovered that Jennie-O turkey bacon and sausage fit into her new diet. Her children were skeptical that turkey bacon would taste as good as their beloved pork bacon. To find out their verdict, click here
Instead of her kids’ usualy breakfast of yogurt and cereal, Tara made them scrambled eggs and Jennie-O bacon. Since her family eats a lot of Jennie-O turkey bacon, she offers a tip to make breakfast a little more quickly in the morning. Check out her tip
Lori needed a breakfast wake-up call from her frozen breakfasts. Cooking a hot breakfast for her daughter’s preschool was just the motivation she needed. She made bacon wrapped with crescent rolls along with turkey sausage and egg biscuit tops for 15 picky eaters. As the kids ate their hot breakfast with a side of fresh fruit, Lori explained how a healthy breakfast gave them more energy. See how she won over these picky eaters, click here
Sometimes convincing your family to eat healthier requires a little stealth. Amber made the switch to turkey in her egg whites, cheese, and sausage omelets but didn’t tell her family. Her family actually sat down for healthier yet still delicious omelets. By making the switch, Amber can show her kids how delicious it is to eat healthier. Click here to read more.
With two active children who have two very different schedules, Amanda found an easy way to prepare a healthy breakfast every morning for them. On Sundays she whips up a rice flour pancake batter to keep in the fridge. With the batter already mixed, she only had to pour out enough for that morning’s pancakes to serve with Jennie-O turkey breakfast sausage. Both the pancakes and sausage were a hit with adults and children alike. Click here to read more.
Usually on playgroup days, Melissa’s daughter Hayley and her friends skipped breakfast and went straight to their planned activity. Melissa put together a breakfast casserole of eggs, whole wheat bread and Jennie-O bacon that even her picky eater Haley were sure to love. This time the playgroup sat down for a hearty breakfast so they would have plenty of energy at the trampoline park. To see how much the kids enjoyed their casserole, click here