Breakfast for Dinner

During breakfast this morning Lexi asked if we could have breakfast for dinner. It’s been awhile since we did that and it’s been awhile since the girls had input on what we have for dinner so I went with it. Plus, I was feeling a little guilty for giving them this for breakfast:

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after Izzy had asked for french toast. There was just no way we were going to start the day off that way. This, while it may look homely and plain, was actually enjoyed. It is an egg, 2 tbsp of flax meal, 1 tbsp melted butter, a splash of vanilla and maple syrup, and cinnamon. The essence of french toast without the bread. I think the fact that I smothered it in maple syrup and topped with pecans helped my case.

So after shutting down the french toast I made the oatmeal and almond flour waffles again. For Brian I made jalapeño popper waffles. I used the same waffle batter but added a chopped jalapeño, diced onion, handful of shredded cheddar cheese and 2 ounces of cream cheese cubed. Everything about that sounds good, right? Dinner was served with watermelon, scrambled eggs, and sautéed spinach (have to get some greens in there!).

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BTW we totally enjoyed our leftover fish in fish tacos for lunch! It’s kind of mean to give a child a taco wrapped in lettuce. It’s difficult enough for adults to not drop the contents of the taco all over, near impossible for a child. Oh well, they ate it and don’t mind getting messy.

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