Who doesn’t love a sandwich option when trying to feed your family all day, every day? Bringing you more lunchbox friendly recipes with this one hundred percent whole wheat sandwich bread (that your family will actually eat), making it easier to incorporate whole grains into your diet. I’ve also included a recipe for Pumpkin Seed Butter at the end of the post, which was a bonus post with the blender attachment in January. It makes a wonderful nut-free substitute for peanut butter. And that is especially helpful if you are packing school lunches right now.
It’s August here in Georgia and for my kids that means back to school. That also means early mornings of making breakfast and packing lunches. I’m always looking for quick and easy meals not only for them but for myself as well. I also love make ahead dishes that are just as good on day five as they were the day I made them. This is one of those recipes. I also love it because it allows for each person in your home to add their favorite toppings so that you never have to hear, “but I don’t like that!”. Cause who really wants to start the morning hearing those words? This recipe is also a great way to start your morning with whole grains, fiber and even a good source of protein. I actually used a nutrition app to plug in these ingredients and will share those nutrition facts at the bottom of the recipe.
If you subscribe to the blog, then you know that we are dedicating August and September to new breakfast, lunch and snack ideas, just as summer comes to an end and a new school year begins. This month started out with a bonus post of Toasted Coconut, Millet and Banana Muffins. (Subscribe to receive bonus posts every month!) Full of whole grains, honey and banana goodness, they make great snacks and on-the-go breakfasts. Next up, a whole wheat yeasted waffle batter that is made up at night and then stashed in the fridge until the next morning for a quick and easy breakfast your family will love. Because, who doesn’t love waffles? And leftover waffles can be frozen for your own healthy version of those ones you pop in the toaster, or used in lieu of sandwich bread to mix up the ol’ PB&J.