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UltimateMama’s two little ones surprised her with a clever breakfast in bed funny face that put a smile on her face! Their secret ingredients:

-turkey bacon hair

-blueberry and strawberry eyes

-corn muffin nose

-scrambled egg mouth

Delicious and nutritious!

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UltimateMama left breakfast plating up to her girls this morning and was thrilled with the results.  They used eggs, turkey bacon, pumpkin bread, waffles, blueberries, and clementines to create a beautiful little girl.  Nutritious and delightful!

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UltimateMama loves serving her children fun breakfast smiles on the weekend – – usually before sporting events.  Recently,  UltimateMama was able to share her morning creativity with her daughter’s friend who slept over.  She was delighted!  All it takes for a quick, easy, and cute breakfast is a little turkey bacon (hair), blueberries (nose), scrambled eggs (eyes), and half a donut (mouth).

 

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UltimateMama is known for her big weekend breakfasts.  Many times the meals consist of eggs (various styles), turkey bacon (or chicken sausage), and pancakes.  While UltimateMama loves making meals from scratch, sometimes, due to timing, she needs to take a few shortcuts on the pancake front and calls Williams-Sonoma to the rescue.  The pancake or waffle mixes at Williams-Sonoma can be pricey at approximately $11 per tin(1 lb 8 oz), however, post holidays many of these mixes are 50% off (watch the expiration dates).

This weekend UltimateMama tried the Williams-Sonoma Spiced Pecan Pancake & Waffle Mix and it received rave reviews.  Purchased in early-January for $4.99 it was definitely a fine after holiday treat for all.

 

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UltimateMama wants to give you a quick breakfast tip:  try a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on whole wheat bread.  If you want to be fancy, use almond butter and a nice raspberry fruit spread!  You could even add banana slices for extra nutrients.   Your child will love their nutritious snack.  Plus, it is portable!

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We have a snow day so no school in NYC today!  This is what UltimateMama fed her children ages one and three for breakfast today:

Three year old:  Pancakes (with a hint if maple syrup), watermelon, milk, and water

One year old:  Raspberries, Cheerios, milk, and water

**I would note that I attempted to feed both of them an egg but it was an ill-fated attempt at best! That sometimes happens…we shall try again another day!

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A little parenting advice for you….this is what UltimateMama fed her children (ages 1 and 3) on Sunday morning for breakfast:

Three year old: Bagel, hard boiled egg, pineapple, milk, water

One year old:  Bagel (cut up into small pieces), hard boiled egg, blueberries and strawberries, milk, water

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This is what UltimateMama fed her children today for breakfast since she had more time to make a proper meal. UltimateMama's children are one and three years old.

3 year old: Almost two waffles with a sprinkle of maple syrup, one egg, strawberries, water, milk

1 year old: Almost one whole waffle, one egg (she ate mostly the yolk), strawberries, water, milk

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This is what UltimateMama fed her children (ages one and three) for breakfast today:

3 year old: whole wheat toast with Polaner Fruit Spread, apple slices with peanut butter (peeled), strawberries, milk, water 

1 year old: plain whole wheat toast, cubed Mild New York Cheddar cheese, strawberries, milk, water 

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