Spring Break: Morning Breakfast Ritual with Honey Bunches of Oats

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My kiddos are home for the week and needless to say our morning routine has been tossed out the window. Both the kiddos set off to school at different times but since I have them both home now our Morning breakfast ritual for spring break is now one we all enjoy.

Little Man and Little Lady may be close in age but they are very different kids. I had them try Honey Bunches of Oats  and I knew they’d each have a different favorite. Little Lady loves Vanilla Bunches and Little Man prefers  a mix with bananas of course!

Our morning breakfast ritual for spring break is family collaboration. 

Little Lady sets the table

Little Man grabs the cereal and milk

and I make sure to get fresh fruit into everyones favorite cereal. 

The kiddos have their own way of eating their favorite Honey Bunches with fruits. 

Ya breakfast is that easy for us now and It’s nice that they’re getting delicious cereal with fresh fruit.

Try our favorite combinations 

HONE BUNCHES AND FRESH BERRIES HONE BUNCHES AND BANANAS HONE BUNCHES AND BLUEBERRIES

Vanilla Bunches with Raspberries

Banana with a mix of Vanilla Bunches and Honey Crunch 

Honey Crunch with Blueberries

Did you know Honey Bunches of Oats 

The NEW Honey Bunches of Oats Whole Grain Cereal is available in two delicious varieties, Honey Crunch and Vanilla Bunches.

Each serving of Honey Bunches of Whole Grain is packed with 2/3 of your day’s Whole Grain (33 grams),4 grams of fiber, and nutrients such as iron and folic acid!

HONE BUNCHES  FOR KIDS

Honey Bunches isn’t just for morning breakfast try it in other great recipes. Get inspired at Postfoods.com

What is your morning breakfast ritual?

SPRING BREAK WITH HONEY BUNCHES

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