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As we settle into the school year, I have been so proud of both of my girls and their eagerness to spring out of bed in the morning and prepare for another day at school. My husband and I feel so fortunate that our girls have a love for school and a love for the morning hours that we have never known. Of course, everyone’s first and foremost thought is breakfast and it’s one meal we feel is of great importance.  Did you know that children who eat breakfast daily score higher on math tests and other academic areas, and help to maintain a healthy weight and reduce the risk of obesity?

The majority of mornings our girls reach for wheat toast or whole grain blueberry waffles, or in our house they are deemed “buttery waffles” – spread with I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter.  We have made a steadfast effort to have plenty of food choices in our home at all times, but ones that promote a healthy diet and promote those little brains to kick off their day in the best way possible. We use I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter because it tastes great, and it also contains 70% less saturated fat and 30% fewer calories than butter. Additionally, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter contains no hydrogenated oils, is cholesterol free and is an excellent source omega-3.

It’s easy to skip breakfast in the morning with everyone’s tight time constraints.  In fact,  one of the main reasons families skip breakfast is because there simply isn’t enough time in the morning.  A piece of toast, a glass of orange juice, a boiled egg (prepared the night before), or a quick bowl of cereal takes just a matter of minutes, and the benefits are all too apparent to ignore one of the healthiest meals of the day.  Appropriate planning, and a few “on-the-go” ideas beforehand (try I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Spray) can ensure that breakfast goes off without a hitch and parents can rest assured that they are helping their child lead a healthier lifestyle.

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We want to help you make toasty morning goodness and “buttery waffles” using I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, and get your little one’s day started off on the right foot each morning!  It is for this reason that we have teamed up with I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter to offer one very lucky “Deal”ectable Mommies reader an amazing $350 Prize Pack that includes the following:

- Dualit Toaster in Canary Yellow (ARV $250)

- Tiffany & Co. Butter Spreader (ARV $100)

– Coupon good for a Free I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Product

How to Enter:  Simply leave a comment and tell me how you promote a healthy breakfast for your children and you’re entered to win!

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Please note that the initial entry must be completed before any extra entries will count and you must leave a separate comment for each additional entry!

 

1. Fan “Deal”ectable Mommies on Facebook.

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#Win a $350 Prize Pack that Includes a Dualit Toaster from @dealectiblemom & I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! http://tinyurl.com/3ghw5f3

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4. “Like” I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter on Facebook and/or Twitter (1 entry each).

The Boring Stuff: Contest Ends on October 4th at midnight. Winner will be chosen at random and will have 72 hours to respond before another winner is chosen.

Thank You to I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter for sponsoring our giveaway today and for providing a duplicate prize pack for our review. My thoughts and opinions remain my own.

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  • Reply ste September 21, 2011 at 7:24 am

    My daughter is 2.5 and we still haven’t introduced any of the sugary cereals. She often eats two breakfasts – one around 7 with her Dad and then with me at 9. Cereal at one and oatmeal with fresh ground flax seed at the next! I’ve always wanted a butter spreader that is worth $100!

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    my family is always on the run in the morning! Although i work full-time, i always make time to ensure my 3 kids get a healthy and balanced breakfast in the morning before they head to school. Breakfast varies from day-to-day for my kids. Someday, cold cereals, fruit, and OJ; hot cereals and fruit, or when time permits, they get pancakes and the works!

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    The best way to promote a healthy breakfast is to lead by example! I make sure to offer healthy options and we all eat the same thing. If the kids see me eating healthy then they want too as well. Gotta love little mini me’s :)

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    Hi – for my 4 yo son, we always make time in our morning schedule for breakfast. and he is now a pro and categorizing his food “healthy food” v “junk food”. options are typically, whole wheat waffles, cheerios, yogurt, fruit cups, egg with cheese, etc. Even the grocery store he will ask for sugary cereals, and I show him how I check the box label for sugar content and will let him know if its too much, over 9 grms. He’s learning how important it is to investigate the foods first then buy, then eat. And last but not least he gets a chewable vitamin “treat”. everything is a balance which is our mantra when grammie comes over with cinnamon rolls, etc. which is ok also. :)

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    My daughter is almost 4 and loves all of the healthy cereals. She has only had them and never the ones with all of the artificial junk. She also has only had whole grain toast and we love I cant believe it’s not butter in our home. Introducing her to healthy choices will pave her way to a healthy lifestyle.

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    We have breakfast together all the time. She never eats alone. We only buy whole wheat bread so the kids have that for toast. Usually it’s eggs and toast and a piece of fruit or organic yogurt.

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    We’re on the run in the morning since we both work full time, so the kiddo normally has whole grain waffles or a cup of fresh fruit and a yogurt in the morning. She’s pretty stuck on what she eats in the morning…so I’m glad they’re healthy-ish choices.

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    My 2-year old daughter doesn’t like sugary breakfasts, probably because it’s not something she gets very often. I usually give her the choice between cold cereal or a bagel and fruit, or oatmeal. It makes me happy when she asks for healthy foods like yogurt and turkey (not my first choice for breakfast!), instead of pancakes or sweet breads. LOVING that toaster!!

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    I think breakfast is really important, so I tried to give my kids what they liked to eat – whether it was oatmeal, fruit, a sandwich or leftovers from dinner the night before. (And I appreciate that’s a lot easier to do if you’re a stay-at-home mom.)

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    I try to only have healthy breakfast food in the house to where when they get up in the morning their choices are limited to only healthy food.

  • Reply Jude September 30, 2011 at 7:14 pm

    My children usually ate healthy cold cereal for breakfast since we were always rushing to get to school and work.

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    I go out of my way to make sure we keep a good healthy assortment of things in the house for them and I limit what they can choose from.

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    I make sure my children eat a balanced breakfast, fruits/veggies, protein and whole grains!

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    my nephew is 6 and we make sure to keep only healthy breakfast foods in the house. we try and make it fun by adding a swirl of honey and almond butter to oatmeal, and sometimes a few chocolate chips as a treat. if you surround your kids with healthy stuff its not so hard to get them to eat it.

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    I try to offer them a variety of healthy choices every morning (yogurt, oatmeal, or eggs, etc.)

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  • Reply OlyveOyl October 2, 2011 at 6:30 pm

    By allowing the kids to help make the homemade preserves and jellies, they have a great interest to use them at a meal – thus, we have these items with pancakes, waffles, toast, etc. almost every morning.

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    To promote my boys eating a healthy breakfast, I keep their favorites around toast, oatmeal, whole grain cereals, yogurts, fruit and orange juice.

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    I try to get up early enough to make a good breakfast that way I am ot just grabbing a pop tart on the run even though somedays I still have to!

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    We buy turkey sausage in place of pork and my kids love it!! We have treats every now and again but my kids understand that pancakes are a treat and not an everyday meal!
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  • Reply Erica C. October 2, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    The healthiest thing I do is make sure they always eat a breakfast. I know too many families that don’t even eat breakfast! I give the kids a lot of options…cereal, pancakes, bagels, etc.

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    I promote a healthy breakfast with example by having a healthy one myself. My daughter and I eat together in the morning and we have an egg and toast with fruit or oatmeal and I explain things to her about sugar and protein and healthy and tell her that sugar ceral and pop tarts are treats they are not a breakfast they wont keep her full and healthy so she can play with her friends.

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    I try to stick to the basics. Eggs and oatmeal, toast and fruit. They love it.

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    I try to make sure that everyone at least eats breakfast

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    I try to make sure they get at least 3 food groups at each meal.

  • Reply Diane Baum October 3, 2011 at 3:16 pm

    I always have a healthy breakfast prepared for them before school

  • Reply Karen Cashen October 3, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    My kids are 18, 14, and 10 and it’s tough to find breakfast food to please them all. Thankfully, they like the cereal I buy which includes Cheerios, Raisin Bran, etc. and, if they have their favorites, they don’t reach for unhealthy sugary-laden foods.

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    I promote a healthy breakfast by always having healthy choices on hand that can be prepared quickly, like whole grain bagels.

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    I always put cereals and bowls and spoons, bread, toaster, and bagels out the night before because in the morning we are really rushed. I find that when everything is ready it’s easier to sit down and eat a good breakfast!

  • Reply Colleen S October 4, 2011 at 5:40 am

    I always try to add fruit to breakfast.

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    I always make a fruit and yogurt smoothie for my kids to drink with their breakfast.

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    We keep easy to grab on the go foods (my girls are older and we aren’t morning people).

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    i try to promote a healthy breakfast by leading by example with oatmeal and cereal and things like that

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    I feed my baby oatmeal and baby food fruit for breakfast and make sure he is getting all his nutrients. He is soo improtant and so is his nutrition

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  • Reply spirit_kim October 4, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    I promote it by adding fresh berries or bananas to the oatmeal. I also like to sprinkle cinnamon on the buttered whole wheat toast.

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    I try to make a healthy breakfast most days so I know she is eating right!
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    We eat a lot of whole grains, fruits, vegetables and nuts for breakfast.

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    I make sure my kids have easy to fix things ready, that way they aren’t reaching for the sugary stuff!

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  • Reply Rachel McGuire October 23, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    I sneak in veggies into our pancake and waffle mix. My daughter would prefer to be a fruit-atarian if I let her. She hates meat and veggies. I make sure she gets a balance of vitamins in her meals with this method.

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