Here are the secrets of good back-to-school breakfasts for busy families – Many families struggle to provide their children with a healthy breakfast before to a hectic school day.
However, physicians, dietitians, and several other experts highlight that a nutritious first-day meal is essential not only for health, but also for concentration and learning.
Snacks are an essential component of a child’s day.
Diane Henderiks, a chef and nutritionist, came on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Saturday, August 20, to provide sensible suggestions for excellent health in the morning as the back-to-school season began.
She also hosts the online series “Fresh to Frozen and Back.”
Muffins and pancakes are always delicious for breakfast.
Instead of preparing them in the morning, when time is of the essence, she suggested that parents and guardians prepare them in advance and freeze them.
Then it is “so simple” to remove them from the freezer and thaw them in the microwave.
In addition, “you may toast them,” she remarked.
That “functions really well.”
She noted that everyone likes parfaits for on-the-go – “my children adore them.”
She also discussed the Just Crack an Egg product’s advantages.
“It’s authentic, it’s fresh, and it’s very tasty!”
She said that the preparation time from refrigerator to microwave is about 90 seconds.
She also advised apples and almonds as a quick, nutritious breakfast for those who are extremely pressed for time in the morning.
When she or her children were running late in the morning, she would grab a handful of almonds and apples.
She also recommended Wyman’s frozen fruit and yogurt cups as a healthy alternative to ice cream, stating that they are “better than ice cream.”
According to her website, Diane Henderiks serves on the advisory boards of the American Vegetarian Association, the Culinary Arts Institute at Hudson County Community College, and the Culinary Council for Chefs Society.
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