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Making Mornings Special

Created January 10, 2017
Morning routines can be downright boring, but with the help of Pillsbury Toaster Strudels, every mom can bring a little magic to the table.

toaster strudel, yogurt and orange slices for breakfast

At our house, breakfast can become a little robotic. Cereal, fruit, yogurt, repeat. Pancakes and waffles are great, but I don’t always have the time to prepare them on rushed mornings. So when I want to make breakfast special for my little one in a pinch, I bring out my secret weapon: Pillsbury Toaster Strudels.

toaster strudel

There are lots of things to love about Toaster Strudels. They’re delicious, they’re quick, they’re easy, but what I love most is that my three-year-old can join in on the fun preparing them!

toaster strudel in the toaster

From pushing the buttons on the toaster to decorating the pastries, my independent girl loves pitching in with them all. We like to practice the alphabet and write our names with the creamy icing.

child putting frosting on a toaster strudel

I love to serve Toaster Strudels with some yummy fruit and a little parfait. Crumbled Nature Valley Oats n’ Honey granola bars make the perfect crunchy topping for a bowl of yogurt. It’s a fool-proof combination that’s nutritious and tastes great to boot.

toaster strudel, yogurt and orange slices for breakfast

Our favorite part about Toaster Strudels for breakfast? Eating them! My daughter is usually finished eating hers before I have a chance to sit down, a sure-fire sign of a successful meal. When I’m looking for a quick and simple way to sweeten the start to our day, Toaster Strudels are a must!

child eating toaster strudel for breakfast