I think I am gonna make some cinnamon toast and fresh fruit salad. Since my guys are 12 and 15, they usually fend for themselves when it comes to breakfast, but once or twice a week I will whip up something fun for them.
I only cook full breakfasts about 2x a week. The kids generally just eat whatever they want. Cereal, otmeal, waffles. I walk a dog 3x a week so I don't cook on those days but I try and cook at least 2x.
We do waffles, pancakes, breakfast burritos, quiches, eggs and sausage or bacon, etc. For a treat, I sometimes pick up donut holes when I'm out walking the dog (there's a shop around thecorner) and bring that home for hte kids.
We like everything from "normal" breakfast food like cereal, toast, oatmeal, pancakes, biscuits, and muffins... to leftovers. Anything the kiddos will eat (both are underweight) is fair game in this house (with our doctor's full blessing).
Nico (my 3 year old) usually has cheerios very early and then scrambled eggs with or without toast later in the morning for breakfast.
Autumn (11 years old) enjoys peanut butter toast, raisin toast, eggs, or leftovers (especially if we had pasta the night before, lol).
Tomorrow the boys will probably have french toast and eggs from the freezer (Made ahead of time.. the eggs go in the oven and the french toast goes in the toaster.. like store bought ones.. but taste better.. LOL!!) I, on the other hand, will have a meal supplement shake. :-\ I'm on a diet..