This is a sponsored post on behalf of Tiny Toast, Kroger and Acorn Influence. All opinions are 100% my own.
Life with 6 kids is always busy. Always. Throw in homeschooling, a husband that travels and me working from home and suddenly there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done. Teaching my teens/tweens to help out and take on some of the responsibility has proved to be invaluable. Teaching them to make their own breakfast & lunch, clean up after themselves and help their younger siblings out not only helps me tackle the more demanding tasks, but it teaches them valuable life skills that they will carry with them once they leave my nest in a few years (sniff, sniff).
One of the first things I taught them to make are yogurt parfaits. Parfaits are so easy to make and incredibly versatile, you can mix and match fruits, add some cereal or granola, the combinations are endless. This week we stocked up on some Tiny Toast Cereal at Kroger and made these super delicious Tiny Toast Strawberry Breakfast Parfaits. The big kids cut up strawberries, while the little kids got to work layering the yogurt, cereal and strawberries (team work at it’s finest!) and in the end we had an uber yummy breakfast that tasted like a dessert. Cereal for breakfast is pretty much a childhood staple and I love that I can give my kids a taste of their childhood without out all the gunk since Tiny Toast is free from artificial colors, flavors and high fructose corn syrup and with real strawberry flavor in every piece you really can’t go wrong. Right now you can download this coupon for $1 off any Tiny Toast cereal.
These Tiny Toast Breakfast Parfaits are a life saver on busy mornings.
Super easy right?? Your kids are going to love them and you’re going to love that they can make them all by themselves. What are you going to do with all the free time?? Yeah, right, like moms ever have “free” time. If only…..sigh…..
Do you have a favorite kid approved and easy to make breakfast treat? I would love to hear about it! Please share it in the comments below.