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â€œMom! What do we have to eat? What’s for (insert meal here)? Mom! Mommy! Mom! Why aren’t you answering me? Why are you pulling out your hair? Mom, I’m hungry!â€ Does this sound familiar from your house, too? And it starts first thing in the morning. Well now I at least have an easy healthy breakfast covered with Tyson Day Starts.
I’ve admitted before, but I’m horrible when it comes to what to eat for breakfast. Quick and simple is my answer most days, but now that school is out and they don’t have school meals to fall back on, I’d like a more filling option sometimes, too. Yet most mornings I can barely trust myself to turn on the stove until noon.
Looking around the freezer section at Walmart for quick breakfast ideas, I came across Tyson Day Starts. These would be perfect! Microwaveable, so no stove work is necessary, and also packed with protein. It’s easy to #StartWithTyson! Available in a variety of options, I picked up 2 kinds: the Colby and Monterey Jack Cheese Wrapped Omelets and Egg, Cheese & Bacon Breakfast Flatbreads.
Each of the Tyson Day Starts is ready in less than 2 minutes! That means my oldest son is now perfectly capable of throwing his own breakfast together. That’s one less kid asking, â€œMom, what do we have to eat?â€. Grab an omelet, cut one end from the microwavable pouch, set the microwave and breakfast is served! And I can sleep!
No, who am I kidding? I’ll still be up. However, sleeping in past 7:30 a.m. is a beautiful dream I have for the future.
We paired ours with a glass of Banana, Pineapple, Orange Juice for a bright taste of sunshine in the morning, along with a few select pieces of fruit to complement the juice. It doesn’t get much better! I can feel good about my kids starting off their day with this quick healthy breakfast. My kids also love breakfast for dinner, and Tyson Day Starts would make that weeknight meal a breeze.
So now, when my kids ask, â€œwhat are we having for breakfast?â€, I can proudly mutter Tyson Day Starts while probably still half-asleep. Until an hour later, â€œMom, what are we having for lunch?â€.