Breakfast – an important way to kick start your day


Starting the day off right with a well-balanced meal is more important than most people realize. Mornings can be busy –  preparing for the day and getting kids out the door. As a result, many skip over breakfast and wait until lunchtime to fuel their body. Besides missing out on what could be a satisfying and delicious meal, this can be the cause of negative effects like fatigue, headaches, unnecessary cravings later and a lack of focus and energy to have a productive day.

It is equally, if not more important, for children to have a healthy breakfast before starting their day. According to EverydayHealth.com studies have shown that kids do better in school when they’ve eaten a well-balanced breakfast.

Hormel Foods has a variety of products and recipes that are perfect for breakfast, whether it be on-the-go or a sit-down meal with the whole family.

Apple Cheddar Breakfast Biscuits

Here are a few delicious and satisfying breakfast options to kick-start the day:

  • Canadian Bacon Breakfast Pizza: Have a hard time convincing picky eaters of the importance of breakfast? With the Canadian Bacon Breakfast Pizza that won’t be an issue! Make this the night before and heat it up for a simple solution to the busy morning.
  • Asparagus and Ham Bake: This dish is perfect for starting the day off with a serving of protein and vegetables in a delicious and satisfying way.
  • Apple Cheddar Breakfast Biscuits: These savory biscuits take less than 15 minutes to prepare and can be easily wrapped up to enjoy on-the-go.

five back to school breakfast recipes

Here are some other great options for a busy morning breakfast.

Do you feel more energized and ready to seize the day after a well- balanced breakfast? What tricks of the trade have you used to get picky eaters to enjoy breakfast? I would love to hear your tips.

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One comment on “Breakfast – an important way to kick start your day

  • Love these ideas! I’ve really been trying to eat more protein at breakfast. I find that it keeps me full longer and I don’t need afternoon snacks. I love to use leftover meat from the night before and stack it on a bagel thin with tomato and cream cheese.

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