Back to school is a busy, busy, busy time of year! It doesn’t get any easier with breakfasts and school lunches. Sometimes I get burned out! Getting up and fixing four different lunches AND different breakfasts every morning has me worn out before I hardly get started! Lol! How do you cope!?! PLEASE do share!!!! It’s the start of week 4 of school for us here in Atlanta and I’m already planning a “play sick” day! 😉 Lol! Not really! But it’s nice to think about it! With my luck as soon as I “play sick” I will be sick! No Lol!!!

This morning I fixed Justin some bacon. And I sent him out the door with some oj. I’m eating my “faux oatmeal” this morning. Have you tried it? I added some of Wellbee’s (Digestive Wellness) SCD Granola on top. Yumm!!! Some fruit would be good, too!

Want to remind you of our SCD cereal. Be sure to search for recipes or look under breakfasts. And when all else fails I keep frozen SCD waffles in the freezer! And a smoothie is always a quick go to! The options for smoothies are endless! My favorite with smoothies is adding some avocado to add some calories. I bought a big bag from Sam’s and cut them up and froze them to throw in a smoothie!

Your homework this week moms – Email us ( or comment with your school lunch AND breakfast ideas! Pretty please!!!


Back To School Breakfast

So I reposted my waffle recipe yesterday. I highly recommend taking half a day and making a bunch of batches of these and freezing them. I was worried since some of you didn’t remember that recipe that some of you might be getting forgetful like me and I might remind you (as well as myself) of some good breakfast ideas. And PLEASE share with us by commenting below other breakfast ideas! I LOVE when someone shares new ideas! I could use some myself!!!

I really like this! I think it is quick and easy!

Almond Flour Waffles
Here’s this recipe again for anyone searching for “Breakfasts” and come across this blog.

OMG! I’ve got started looking for some good breakfast ideas and there are so many! I will give you the names and you can enter them on the “Search” section on the left column. Yumm!!

English Muffins -Has anyone tried these? I haven’t yet, but want to! They look yummy!
Bacon Pancakes – I haven’t tried these either. But these look like they would be interesting for the kids!
Banana Bread – A favorite of mine! A good idea to make and freeze when the bananas are almost ready to throw out.
Banana Mug Muffin – A quick go to breakfast for Mom and easy for a kid to make too!
Breakfast Cookies – I think these are another recipe that would be good to make and freeze when you are tired and want a quick breakfast or extra option to offer the kids when they don’t want what you are offering! 🙂 You know what I’m talking about! lol
Biscuits – You could freeze these, too! Add some butter or jelly or honey! Or make a sausage patty and add egg or cheese. I’ve been craving jelly and biscuits lately.
Cereal – Justin and I loved this so much the first time I made it that we made ourselves sick on it! Lol It’s great for a snack or for breakfast. Justin eats is with almond milk or coconut milk or dry.

SO many good things! Be sure to look under just the “Recipe-Breakfast” section for even more good ideas! These are only a hand full of our favorites. I need a bigger freezer!

Almond Flour Waffles

Hello, again! Did you read my earlier post today about going back to school? I’ve had an email and a phone call today asking about my waffles. I promise if you try them your children will like them! I think they taste almost like the real thing! Not SCD! Justin will dip them in honey and butter melted together and sometimes I boil it with some blueberries and make a blueberry syrup.
Just a quick reminder if you are searching for things here on the blog you can type something into the “Search” option on the left column. Below is the link to my Almond Flour Waffle recipe in an earlier post along with a picture of the “cheap” Walmart waffle maker I use for my waffles. I spray it one time before I make the first waffle with my Misto Olive Oil. I do not spray it every time. The light goes off when it’s heated and ready. After I put in the batter I wait about 10-15 seconds after it starts smoking and take them out.
I always triple the batch and freeze them, or whatever Justin doesn’t eat right off the griddle. He takes it out and microwaves and toasts it and eats them for snack or breakfast. They don’t last long. This goes VERY fast and the recipe is EASY!!! Let us know how you like them!!!

Almond Flour Waffles

This recipe is out of the “Cooking for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet” by Erica Kerwien. I highly recommend buying this recipe book. Has some great recipes!