View Poll Results: Whats for breakfast

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  • We skip it, dont eat until lunch.

    0 0%
  • We forage for leftovers. Stomach doesnt know pizza is a dinner food.

    1 4.76%
  • Cereal. Good enough for me, good enough for them.

    5 23.81%
  • Something quick and easy, usually involving microwave or toaster.

    8 38.10%
  • Breakfast includes use of stove, sometimes oven.

    5 23.81%
  • I feed my junior lumberjacks so well that it should be filmed in black and white.

    2 9.52%
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    AM, we bought a countertop grill that has interchangeable plates. It has grill plates, griddle plates, and we bought the waffle plates. Not cheap (i think all told it was $75 or so), but we use it 4-5 times a week so soooooooo worth the cost. Also, those look a LOT like the ones I make! YUM!

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    I seem to remember looking at those a while back, but now all I see on Amazon is this Black & Decker...
    https://www.amazon.com/BLACK-DECKER-...s=waffle+maker

    I seem to remember one that had panini plates too, I was thinking would be great for making grilled cheese sandwiches for my menfolk.

    What brand is yours?
    Homeschooling DS13, DS6.

    Atheist.

    My spelling was fine, then my brain left me.

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    Lol, no decluttering each other's houses! It was just an online group - the group leader would post a weekly habit each week, daily challenges, and surprise check-ins. Then we'd all post a pic of our progress. It was fun. Well, as fun as cleaning can be.

    I gotta try those egg muffins. I keep telling myself that I will, and I never have. I didn't make the pancakes this week, and breakfast was a pita all week long. One doesn't like oatmeal. The other doesn't like toast. But I want the pink plate. No it's MY turn with the pink plate. 8am blah. Lol. I'll have to make them this week. Get ahead of the game.
    I'm a work-at-home mom to three, homeschool enthusiast, and avid planner fueled by lattes and Florida sunshine. My oldest is 6 and is a fircond grader (that's somewhere between first and second, naturally), my preschooler just told me she wants to learn how to read, and my toddler is a force of nature.

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    The egg muffin frittatas were pretty easy to make, and my boys found them irresistable. (Prolly from too much sausage grease). Cook ground sausage, put in bowl. Cook veggies, put in bowl. Add a dozen eggs and cheese, stir (salt pepper spices too). Bake. Try cooling sufficient quantity that kids and you havent lost appetite for the upcoming meal with hubby. Freeze. Microwave. (Aservarial ovens them.) Eat. Dont be hungry til mid afternoon.
    These have helped cure my late morning grumpy rage of hunger. Usually coming back from therapy, Id turn into this grumpy snarling monster until I had some food. Not like I was in danger of wasting away to nothing or anything, and its too early for lunch.

    Anyways, Im better off after this poll. My family's breakfast habits arent totally far from other homeschoolers, and with the addition of fruit or yogurt, the boys are taken care of. And the egg muffins.
    Homeschooling DS13, DS6.

    Atheist.

    My spelling was fine, then my brain left me.

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    Whaaa? I get buried in my duties and you guys have the BEST. POLL. EVER?!?!?! I Loooove talking about making breakfast and Sammiches for the Men folk!! LOL!
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    Lol ML
    I'm a work-at-home mom to three, homeschool enthusiast, and avid planner fueled by lattes and Florida sunshine. My oldest is 6 and is a fircond grader (that's somewhere between first and second, naturally), my preschooler just told me she wants to learn how to read, and my toddler is a force of nature.

    I gather all kinds of secular homeschool resources and share them at TheHomeschoolResourceRoom.com.

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    TFZ!!! My favorite daffodil sniffing fox!!
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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