3 Ingredient Breakfasts for Busy Back to School Mornings

 

Kids that eat a well-rounded breakfast perform better and are healthier overall. Even though we know this, it can be hard to plan a healthy breakfast in addition to everything else that needs to get done in the morning. Here, I’ve pulled together some super easy and budget-friendly breakfasts that provide the perfect balance of complex carbohydrates, protein and nutrients.

These recipes feature our Whole Foods Market 365 Everyday Value® products. By choosing 365, you get high quality natural and organic choices at value prices every day of the year! It’s a great brand to stock up on for back to school staples.

Check out these easy as 1, 2, 3 breakfast ideas!

 

 

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365 Touch of Honey Organic Whole Wheat Bread + 365 Organic Creamy Peanut Butter + sliced bananas

 

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365 Organic Whole Wheat Tortilla + 365 Organic Cream Cheese + sliced strawberries

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The time is ripe for raw foods

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Summer is an ideal time to embrace some raw food eating — this time of year, you’ll find tons of local, fresh produce available. Since it’s so hot, no-cook meals are a simple way to avoid the oven and stove to keep the house cooler.

Why choose raw food?

Raw foods can be higher in water-soluble nutrients like vitamin C and B vitamins as well as higher in some natural enzymes. This is because there are particular vitamins and nutrients that can be diminished in the heating/cooking process. Additionally, eating more raw food meals is a great way to work more fruits and vegetables into your diet.

Read on for some great raw recipes that are perfect for the end of summer!

“Zoodles” a.k.a. Zucchini Noodles

One of my favorite raw meals is zucchini or summer squash “pasta” that I like to call “Zoodles.” This dish can be raw, high fiber and gluten-free! Plus, zucchini and squash are abundant this time of year so you can often find them at great prices from local farms!

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