Breakfast is a very important part of every day, and everyone should get a chance to eat it before school or work! Some schools are Breakfast Champions and make breakfast for their students, like Jordan School District. Watch how they are Breakfast Champions below:
Sometimes you have to make breakfast at home, like on weekends or even on busy school-day mornings. This recipe makes a mix, so that breakfast can be fast!
Today we are making a recipe for the Grains Group! You’ll have to add some protein, fruit, veggies, and dairy to fill up your plate after you make these Whole Grain Pancakes or Waffles.
Do you have a jar or big zipper bag ready? Here we go!
We made waffles today, but you can make this into pancakes too. Get out all your tools, and put on an apron to keep your clothes clean while you cook.
Be sure to put lots of yummy toppings on your waffles. I like strawberries. Eli likes a banana and some chocolate chips. What can you add from the dairy group to your breakfast? How about a glass of cold milk?
Do you have a favorite breakfast or a breakfast champion at your house or school? Tell us about them in the comments!
The mix recipe was adapted from Kim Lee.
1 thought on “Recipe of the Week: Whole Grain Mix for Pancakes and Waffles.”
Another great whole grain breakfast that my family had this week was mixed fruit oatmeal. We brought 5 3/4 cups of water to boil and then added 3 cups of quick oatmeal, 1/2 teaspoon salt and added several good shakes cinnamon with a bag of frozen mixed fruit. We did not add any sugar as the fruit is naturally sweet. Add milk to help it cool down and enjoy. Yummy!