I used to hate breakfast. I remember when I was in high school, my dad would heat up little sausage biscuits for me in the morning for me to eat on the drive to school. In college, I favored sleep over breakfast as I pulled a lot of late night and all-nighters (art school was full of big projects and it was hard- in a really fun way).
When I started flying, I realized that early mornings, late nights, full long days and jet lag can all lead to getting pretty sick. So, started to be more aware of what I was putting in my body and started to eat breakfast. One of the easiest things to pack was yogurt and a banana. We would get the big packs of Chobani cups from Costco and that is what I ate most mornings on the road.
(Weird fact about me... I had jaw surgery in high school so I had to eat soft foods like yogurt for a while. Now, I can't really stand the texture of most yogurts but I can stomach greek yogurts because they are a thicker consistency.)
Enough of me, lets talk about Logan.
Breakfast is an important part of the day so we are trying to set a good example early on for Logan. When we started solids, we first ate dinner together, then we added in breakfast and last was lunch.
Our favorite breakfasts have been
-Fruit (peaches, banana, mango, berries...)
-Eggos, Toast, Pancakes or French Toast
-Oatmeal (we don't do the baby oatmeal, I just make the plain and sometimes stir in fruit)
(We tried eggs but that wasn't a hit)
Chobani Champion tubes for Logan to try. We had Strawberry, Strawberry-Banana, Blueberry, Cherry and a new flavor flyin Dragonfruit.
We even bought those little mesh holders, froze the yogurt in ice trays and we gave it to him when we was teething- that was a huge hit!
*We received the yogurt free from Chobani to taste, all opinions are our own!