Easy Apple and Peanut Butter Breakfast

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No time for a big breakfast? Give this hearty and Easy Apple and Peanut Butter Breakfast a try. It will keep you full 'til lunch. 

Easy Apple & Peanut Butter Breakfast

Mornings are hectic around my house these days with summer parties and Saturday sports getting under way.  I don't have time to make up big fancy breakfast, but I still need something healthy, hearty and tasty that only takes a minute to throw together.  Enter my Easy Apple & Peanut Butter Breakfast toasts.

Easy Apple & Peanut Butter Breakfast

The kids and I just love our new go-to breakfast.  Plus you can change it up with any nut butter (or maybe Nutella for a special occasion).  I even think it would be great with pears too.  However, apples are perfectly ripe and in season now so they are sweet and usually on sale!

A little grain, some protein, and a crispy apple are the perfect breakfast combo.  You could totally skip the honey, but my kids love that hint of sweet...okay...let's be honest, I LOVE that little hint of sweet.  It makes me feel like I'm indulging on breakfast except it's really healthy!

Easy Apple & Peanut Butter Breakfast

Easy Apple and Peanut Butter Breakfast

Ingredients for Easy Apple and Peanut Butter Breakfast

Serves 4

  • 1 large apple
  • 2 tbls creamy peanut butter
  • 4 slices favorite bread (I used gluten free, just use your favorite)
  • honey

Directions for Easy Apple and Peanut Butter Breakfast

Lightly toast bread.  While bread is toasting, wash and core apple.  Slice apple very thin so that it's easy to eat. Once bread is lightly toasted, spread on peanut butter on each slice of bread.  Add 1/4 of each apple to the top of peanut butter.  Drizzle with honey.

Enjoy! What's your go-to school day breakfast?

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Wendy is married to her high school sweetheart, is a mom to 2 children, and lives in Arizona! She shares her family friendly recipes at Around My Family Table. Live threw her a curve ball after a life threatening dairy allergy and wheat allergy emerged in 2012, so now many of her recipes are gluten and dairy free. When she's not cooking find her on Pinterestor Instagram!

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