You’ve heard it a thousand times, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. “But I don’t have time for breakfast,” you think. So you grab a cup of coffee, maybe a breakfast bar or a piece of fruit on your way out the door, and an hour later you’re hungry. Well, I want to challenge you to set your alarm 15 minutes earlier to make and eat an oatmeal pancake. With a mix of carbohydrates, protein and a little fat, this breakfast will keep you energized all morning. This recipe is also perfect for kids to eat before school. They will be more alert and ready to learn with a tummy full of nutritious food. And it literally only takes 15 minutes to make and eat, then you can be out the door.
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