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Cast Your Vote:

    • breakfast -- Votes: 4
    • dessert -- Votes: 8
    • both! -- Votes: 14
breakfast or dessert? Roo & Sophie's mama 2 kids; Denton, Texas 9318 posts
18th Jun '13

ETA: for kids
Would you consider this a breakfast food or dessert ?
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http://sweetpeaskitchen.com/2011/05/lemon-blueberry-yogurt-loaf/

Chibs 2 kids; Missouri 12147 posts
18th Jun '13

Both
One of those things that can be eaten any time of day really

user banned 2 kids; Moses Lake, Washington 13508 posts
18th Jun '13

Looks and sounds delicious. I'd probably make a few subs for less sugar, but I'd eat it whenever.

b**b Juice Factory. [EBFB 3 kids; Melbourne, Australia 3264 posts
18th Jun '13

I put both, but neither of my kids would even eat it, looks delicious though!



Looks like making this will be on my cards, I have a heap of blueberries I had to freeze because I had no idea what to do with them lol

Brookie99 1 child; Fort McMurray, Alberta 1126 posts
18th Jun '13

I wouldn't feed it to a child as a breakfast just because I would rather they eat something with whole grains and protein to start their day instead of processed sugar. That's just me though.

InkDMomma 35 kids; Clinton Township, Michigan 27418 posts
18th Jun '13

both.



I'd probably cut them a thin slice and they would eat it along with their eggs or oatmeal... whatever normal thing they would eat that day.

7 blessings so far.... Due February 3; 6 kids; Glen Burnie, Maryland 8799 posts
18th Jun '13
Quoting InkDMomma:" both. I'd probably cut them a thin slice and they would eat it along with their eggs or oatmeal... whatever normal thing they would eat that day."


I agree w/this. If used as breakfast add something w/protein (glass of milk or an egg)



+wouldn't pair it w/oatmeal though. oatmeal has enough carbs by itself :)