Quick breakfast can be more than a slice of toast. I'm not a fan of spray foods and tend to make most of my kids' food from scratch and with organic ingredients. But weekday mornings at my house are sheer madness. I'm running to work, my daughter's off to preschool and my husband and son are headed to the park.
The first meal of the day is usually a granola bar on the go, yogurt and juice. Sit down meals like pancakes are reserved for the weekends when we have more time. To see what product changed that unwritten rule, read more.
Though I was a lil weary of Batter Blaster, an organic pancake and waffle batter that comes in a spray dispenser, I decided to give it a try. Beyond my kids loving the wheat based pancakes, the nozzle makes it incredibly easy to create hot cakes of different designs. Add some fruit and breakfast is on the table in minutes. Quality prepared foods can be hard on the budget, but you can get Batter Blaster at Costco. A pack of three containers only set me back $10.