Need some easy ways to beat the breakfast rush hour? Here are three ways to help fit a breakfast bonanza into your family’s morning routine:

  • Get Organized the Night Before: Make a breakfast plan as you clean up from dinner. Set the table with bowls and spoons for cereal. Get out a pan for pancakes or a blender for smoothies. Prepare muffin or waffle mix so it’s all ready to cook in the morning.
  • Keep Breakfast Simple: On busy days, get the family going with something as quick as a bowl of whole-grain cereal with a banana and yogurt or a slice of leftover pizza with a piece of fruit.
  • Pack Your Breakfast To Go: If there’s no time to eat at home, plan a nutritious option to eat in the car or bus. Busy teens can grab a banana, a bag of trail mix and a carton of milk. Check out the breakfast options available at your children’s school too.