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Guess What We’re Having For Breakfast Tomorrow Morning?
I’m going to tell you a secret. I know you’re not supposed to talk about secrets but this is too good not to share. It has made my mornings so much happier – and on top of it all, I don’t have to drag my kids out of bed kicking and screaming anymore!
We used to have the usual oatmeal or cereal for breakfast – and there’s nothing wrong with that. We still do, on those mornings when I happen to wake up to a weird feeling and I realize I’ve overslept. There’s no way I can really make breakfast on those days!
But whenever the kids seem even more tired than usual, and I’m having a hard time trying to get them out of their PJ’s, I make these incredible breakfast sandwiches. As soon as the aromas start lingering in the kitchen and towards their bedrooms, they rush to the table so fast, Usain Bolt would not keep up with the speed.
And why wouldn’t they when there’s so much deliciousness going on! These are the tastiest sammies ever, and I couldn’t imagine getting tired of these even if I had them for breakfast, lunch AND dinner!
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Quick Tip: Any bread will do for these sandwiches, but I recommend using whole-grain.