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I love the look of his determination. The way he jumps out of bed on game day. The way he gives his all, works as a team and looks back on ways he can get better for the next game. From the moment he hits the court it’s pure passion and when you are watching him you can sense his desire to score. As his mom, I want to do everything I can to fuel that passion. For me it starts with feeding him things he loves while switching things up for the rest of us.
Game days are the longest ones of our week and to start off on the right foot with a good breakfast is a must. Blueberries and Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats are a favorite breakfast that my son looks forward to as a basketball season tradition!!
When I make these delectable blueberry bars the kids know that I care. I take the time albeit short, to make sure they have a delicious and filling breakfast. Starting with a tasty breakfast together is one of the things I always do to make sure game day starts off on the right foot.
The game isn’t over until you feed the team afterwards. Double coated chicken is one they ask for again and again. We prefer chicken breast strips that we prepare the night before. Kellogg’s Corn Flakes are a fantastic ingredient for making our dinner delightful. With all the prep done, its only minutes until we can sit together for a meal that satisfies. We like to add cucumber spears and applesauce to make the meal complete.
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What is your favorite meal to have on Game Day?
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