I agree with the suggestions of the others. I also want to mention that I didn't always want breakfast in the mornings myself until very late, but I noticed that when I started eating dinner a little bit earlier (before 7p), I was definitely ready for breakfast soon after waking up. You could try that too.
Sometimes people who struggle with a breakfast do better by drinking their early morning calories. Smoothies are great, but even a glass of V8 juice will help.
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Things like cheese sticks, Kashi bars (or other bars you may like) baby carrots, grapes are great for on-the-go. You can eat them on your day to daycare. Also, a Greek yogurt is fast & easy to eat while you are getting ready.
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Hi there!!! I would suggest something small. a piece of string cheese. a few strawberries. a restaurant pack of saltines (i think there are 2) even though its just a bite, its something to get your metabolism going. How about a smoothie made with yogurt and fruit? keep some fresh fruit on the counter and pop a couple grapes in your mouth....a handful of blueberries? ANYTHING is better than nothing!!! Just try to keep it low in saturated fat! OH!! i also keep a couple hard boiled eggs in the fridge..they are great for a quick snack!!
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I know breakfast is important - but I'm not hungry till around 930 - 10a. I also work full time and find myself running out the door to day care, and am lucky to get my kids breakfast.
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