Sunday, April 15, 2012

Breakfast for Dinner with Tyson Breakfast Bowls #cBias

When it comes to my weekly meal planning, I am a big fan of including breakfast for dinner. It is one of those meals that is appealing to everyone and offers many options. When we have breakfast for dinner, it can include anything from scrambled eggs, to omelets, to pancakes, to waffles, to sausage and pierogie, to breakfast sandwiches (bacon, egg and cheese on an English Muffin), to Blueberry Bread Pudding and even on occasion, a bowl of cereal. I like to serve fruit as a side dish when we have breakfast for dinner.

Recently, I had the opportunity to check out the new Tyson Breakfast Bread Bowls. I picked them up at Sam's Club, along with some gorgeous strawberries that I thought would make a great side dish and several other items that we were in need of. You can check out all of the pictures from my shop here, but here are a few highlights:



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The Tyson Breakfast Bread Bowls package from Sam's Club comes with 12 bowls.

I like that they are wrapped two to a pack, allows me to make only a portion and know that the rest are still sealed and fresh in my freezer.
Preparation was so easy, just about 3 minutes in the microwave.
Served with a side of pierogie and strawberries, it was a crowd pleaser.
Some might pick up the bread bowl and eat it, but the kids preferred them cut up.
My daughter, of course, needed some ketchup since she always dips her eggs in ketchup.

With such quick and easy preparation, Tyson Breakfast Bowls will make a good option for us for dinner during the upcoming sports season. I always struggle when we are in the thick of practices and games to find quick meal options that allow us to continue to eat as a family every night. Eating as a family is a priority for me.

Have you tried #TysonBreakfast? What are your go to quick meals?

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This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. All opinions expressed are my own or that of my family. #CBias

3 comments:

Jen @ BigBinder said...

What a great idea - I these would be an awesome breakfast for dinner before a sports practice or game; quick and full of protein!

Anonymous said...

This is nice. I will have to try this, especially for those busy nights. Patricia

Amy F said...

I think any time is a great time for breakfast!