Archives for posts with tag: breakfast

Bought a 10 lb bag of potatoes and decided to make (and store) some hash browns for the boys’ breakfast. Even sucked into buying a potato ricer and squeeze out the excess water just for that. IMG_6335

I just lightly pan fried them, and after it’s cooled down, froze them. Here’s another option for weekday mornings.


My favorite breakfast! Sometimes I wonder if the boys know how lucky they are…


When your sons have a special request on what they like to have for breakfast, and/or when green onions are on sale ($1 for 5 bunches), you just have to do what you have to do.



Just another variation of boys’ breakfast with avocados (and cherry tomatoes – not their favorite).


Made breakfast this morning knowing boys are not fans of avocado. Still, snuck it in there because I figured first meal of the day, they’re hungry, so they’ll eat it. Not only did they ate it all, my picky eater, Ah Lo complimented on how good this tasted! It’s his first time having avocado, and said “didn’t know it can taste this good.”


When I have extra time in the morning, I tend to make a hearty breakfast (otherwise, it’ll be store bought buns or cereal). With steel cut oats, and adding ripe bananas, milk and sprinkle cinnamon, the boys actually enjoyed this healthy breakfast!


Breakfast this morning: sometimes when you can’t decide scrambled or sunny side up, you just make both.


Woke up early to make banana bread for the boys and the Girl. It’s one of their favorite item on the breakfast menu.

Screen Shot 2015-11-23 at 11.23.17 AM

With the extra time before heading to music theory, the boys sat down to do some crafting (after their homework, of course!) Dai Bee had the experience with the hot glue gun before (when his friend was over for a History project). He was anxious to teach Ah Lo how to use it. It does get tricky. WE did a way lot more than using glue gun just to get ready for our Christmas countdown…

Screen Shot 2015-11-23 at 10.35.09 AM

Here are what normally goes into the kids’ lunch bags. This one in particular, is for my niece. As a typical teenager, squeezing every minute of sleep and waking up the very last minute, that means her breakfast is always on-the-go. So I will pack that as well. They can also grab more (or exchange) snacks in the pantry if they don’t like what they see.


Nothing beats fresh homemade green onion pancakes for breakfast! Boys just can’t get enough of this for breakfast…

IMG_9712 IMG_9783 IMG_9785