Breakfast Organization (With Some Great Giveaways!)

At the mention of my family’s Oatmeal Rebellion, many of you piped in with your ideas for quick and easy breakfast ideas. You shared some great suggestions, which made me excited to mention some more. You can NOT have too many helpful breakfast ideas in your back pocket. Although I don’t really recommend keeping your actual breakfast in your back pocket. That would be a bad situation on so many levels.

While Sunday mornings are a bit crazy as we all try to get out the door looking halfway presentable…I’m going to also venture to say that every day can be hectic at breakfast time if we don’t have a plan. My kids are hungry from the moment they wake up. One of my boys would actually eat my leg if I didn’t shove an egg in his mouth as he rolls out of bed. He is that hungry. You’d think I didn’t just feed him four helpings of dinner the night before (and a snack before bed).

One of my best recommendations for us to keep our Breakfast Time Organized is to plan ahead. But my best, best recommendation is that if at all possible…make breakfast the night before

If I can, I bake our next day’s breakfast muffins or bagels or quick bread while I’m making dinner the night before. Or, I’ll start my pancakes or waffles to soaking. Or, I’ll mix up a Breakfast Casserole to have ready to bake the next morning.

It’s easy really…to make breakfast the night before while I’m cooking dinner. I’m already in the cooking mode. I’m already making a mess. Might as well make a bit of a bigger mess and get breakfast baked up too, right?

Then, after dinner, we get the whole kitchen clean (LOVE our Kitchen Chore Chart!) and put our breakfast on the table for the next morning (unless it needs to go into the fridge because leaving out a raw Breakfast Casserole would be about as bad as putting your breakfast in your back pocket).

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You’ll find links to all of my Bread and Breakfast recipes on this page, but I thought I’d highlight my favorite “make-ahead breakfasts” for you here:

Add some fruit or a smoothie or a quick scrambled egg to round out these meals! Planning ahead and cooking ahead can save money and help your family to eat much healthier too. It’s much better than letting my son eat my leg, is it not?

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Part of this complete breakfast (and part of these giveaways) are brought to you by Say Mmm.   Excited to hear more?

First, I encourage you to visit Organizing Junkie, who is sharing how she is using Say Mmm to create printable grocery lists. If you’re a blogger, you can link up your recipes and grocery lists with Say Mmm.  Organizing Junkie shares how.   I’ve shared about how I appreciate Say Mmm’s features for menu planning, grocery list making, recipe organization and more

Then, be sure to visit each of the following sites who are sharing their wonderful organizational strategies.

Are you ready to hear about the giveaways already? 

Thanks to Say Mmm, you have a chance to win one of four copies of Organizing Junkie’s book Clutter Rehab here at Heavenly Homemakers. Or, you could win one of three subscriptions to Say Mmm Plus (you can use Say Mmm for free, but subscribing to their Plus plan gives you even more great options!). And…I’ve thrown in three copies of my Do the Funky Kitchen ebook too, to help jump start you on your way to having an organized (and functional!) kitchen.

Leave a comment here for a chance to win one of these ten great prizes!

Plus, be sure to visit the above sites for additional chances to win!! If you visit all the sites and leave comments, you’ll have SO many more chances to win!!

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  1. Carrie Baumgardner says

    This is a really great article. With 4 kids and one on the way, I’m always looking for some great help to organization through and through.

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  2. says

    You crazy jokester! First it was the “Well, maybe you do, but I don’t.” that got me laughing and now it’s putting food in your back pocket …………….. love it!

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  3. Jenna J says

    Love your blog! I stumbled upon while looking at the Say Mmmm website! I am going to follow this one, great ideas and recipes! I’m also looking forward to the Say Mmm site, great concept.

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  4. Kristen Buse says

    Love your site, suggestions, recipes, etc. and would LOVE to win something to get me more organized. Four under 5 and clutter seems to multiply exponentially!

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  5. says

    This would be great to use, especially with spring cleaning just around the corner. Atleast I hope spring is coming soon. We are in a blizzard right now!

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  6. says

    Oh I am stuck in such a rut for breakfast….I think I am gonna try your breakfast cookie for my little girl…we have such a hard time getting on the move in the mornings…and something sweet but healhty always helps smooth the way!!!

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  7. Dawnette Thomas says

    I love the idea of having breakfast on the table before you are done in the kitchen for the night. This also would make the dining room feel more inviting and warm. I’ll have to try it tonight.

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  8. says

    Yes, breakfast in your back pocket would be a bad idea indeed!

    Hope you are snug and warm this morning…we have a huge blizzard raging! And I’m all about organizing this house right now. At least I was until the colds set in. And once we are healthy I’ll be back at it. It is about time we got this house in shape…we’ve lived here almost 4 years!

    Heather

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  9. Christina Vickers says

    Thanks for this opportunity. I was just looking at your breakfast cookie recipe and was wondering if you have ever substituted plain kefir for buttermilk? We make our own kefir, and I’ve been looking for ways to use it in cooking as well as drinking it.

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, you can definitely use kefir instead of buttermilk in this recipe. I do it all the time when I’m low on buttermilk!

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  10. says

    I never thought of making breakfast ahead of time, What a great idea! With 6 kids and a husband, breakfast is always so crazy on Sunday mornings. I will typically give the kids some cereal and my husband and I will skip breakfast which only makes us hungry an hour later.

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  11. says

    Thank you so much for the links to all the awesome recipes. I’m really trying to do better at breakfast and those recipes will really help!

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  12. Anne says

    I NEED more organization in my life. We have 6 kids that we homeschool. I am sure a lot of you know what that means. Since we are home all the time, things get cluttered and out of hand. I have trouble staying on top of it all.

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  13. Kathy says

    I like to consider myself organized – I alphabetized spices and rotate underwear and socks when I put laundry away – but EEEK! there’s those clutter spots … and would love more help

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  14. Dianna says

    Thanks for the inspiration on breakfast…probably the toughest meal for me to plan for some reason.

    Double thanks for the chance to win some great prizes!!

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  15. says

    I love the chore chart! I have trouble keeping everyone on track as to what they are to do so I just printed out your chart! Thanks for all the great things you share!

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  16. Leanne says

    Breakfast is always the meal that just gets shoved aside when it comes to creative meal planning, so thanks for the great ideas!

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  17. Julie says

    Ooh! All of the above sound wonderful! My husband I know is tired of tripping over the bag of wheat I currently have leaning against the kitchen wall because I can’t seem to find room for it anywhere else in the kitchen — and I have a big kitchen! :)

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  18. says

    Would love to win one of these! I’m all about organizing my home right now… I’m doing “spring cleaning” before spring hits, since that time is always too busy with garden planning and baby goats being born. :)
    Thanks!

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  19. Beth B. says

    These are such great items! I could definitely use help with breakfast – I always feel bad when my son gets cereal bars and I often skip it.

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  20. jessica says

    Thanks for the chance to win. I have tried out the say Mmmm website and it is pretty neat. I also could use some help in organization.

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  21. says

    Very excited to try some of these recipes. My 2 year old is ready to eat before I can get around each morning. At this time, he is mostly eating oatmeal with applesauce or cereal due to this poor planning. Hopefully this will help me. I love the ideas of doing breakfast at dinner time the night before. Thanks!

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  22. Cher says

    Our favorite breakfast-Homemade McGriddles

    Easy to take in the car if needed

    sausage patties (homemade turkey ones if you are so inclined-can be made the night before)

    Banana Snack-Cakes

    Mix dry’s: 1C flour (I use half whole/half white)
    2 t baking powder
    1/4 t salt

    In blender: 1 really ripe banana
    1/4 C real maple syrup
    2 T Oil (whatever kind you use)
    1 egg
    1/4 C milk (whatever kind you use)

    blend wets and stir into dry’s. This should be a thickish pancake batter. Add a little more milk if needed and cook like regular pancakes….we also like to eat these plain for a snack because the syrup is inside so there is no sticky mess. Also good spread with peanut butter.

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  23. Mandy says

    I love your blog…one of my favorite things to read each week!

    I didn’t plan ahead for breakfast today, so made a quick couscous:
    2 c milk
    2 t honey
    Warm this on the stove until boiling, then add
    2 c couscous
    1/4 c hemp seeds
    1 t cinnamon
    and 1/2 c dried cranberries.
    Cover for five minutes, fluff before serving.

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    Erin Reply:

    That sounds AWESOME!! Thanks for the idea!!

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  24. says

    I just happened on your website and I am LOVING it!!! I am taking all your tips and tricks for efficiently running my home to heart so that we can have lots more babies :)

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  25. says

    I consider myself to be pretty organized, but I can always tweak and get more ideas and be more efficient. I just got a cook by the month cookbook at the library and would love to check out your links! Thanks for sharing them.

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  26. Alicia says

    I love organizing. I am a nerd when it comes to that. So I would love that book! Thanks for the great breakfast ideas. We have recently stopped eating cereal. Two weeks without the stuff! So we are in need of more ideas.

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  27. D says

    Would love the organization help. We moved a while back from a 1800sq ft home in another state that is still for sale after a few years to a 800sq ft rental in the country. It is really hard to keep organized with no storage space. I have found that the gamma seals and buckets from Azure store grain, rice, oats, and beans quite well out in an old bus that we are allowed to use part of. Thank you for all of your ideas and help.

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  28. downhomemama says

    My problem is I try to “organize” my kitchen then my 1 year old does her “organizing” :) I don’t guess that’s what you mean about organizing. Probably about organizing meals and menus, which I need help with too. :) Thanks for the opportunity.

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  29. april says

    This is sooo right where I am at in my journey right now. I’m ready to put some form of organization to our meals — to use convenience food less — have a system in place for success. I’m really hoping I win this plus system in particular and I’m making a decision to find some time to learn the Say Mmmm website. Thanks soo much for the chance to win such great prizes.

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  30. Jen B. says

    Wow! I’d love to win one of the books. Right now I’m trying to de-clutter the toys and find permanent places for everything. This would be a great help!

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  31. Cathy Burns says

    I love the make-ahead breakfast ideas. New organization ideas are always great–thanks for the fun giveaways!

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  32. Jen says

    This post was perfect timing! I’m snowed in today and am spending the whole day organizing recipes, updating meal plans, etc. I’m off to look at all of your breakfast recipes. Please enter me in the giveaway!

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  33. Christy F. says

    I love the term “clutter rehab”. Although I stay pretty organized, this time of year with three kids throws that concept right out the window! I love all things breakfast, thankfully my kiddos LOVE breakfast. They very seldomly pass up on the first meal of the day! Their new favorite is my homemade yogurt with honey, homemade granola, fresh fruit, topped with shredded coconut! The best part about it,all the ingredients are at hands reach and quick to prepare! No more telling me “my oatmeal is too hot”, when its time to run to the bus stop! Thanks Laura, I look forward to your emails everyday.?

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  34. Katie Pretot says

    Boy would I love that book! I could use some help in a few rooms of my house! Can anyone say Laundry/ sewing/ scrapbook/ storage / drop all room!

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  35. says

    Oh, dear, I am in need of serious help with decluttering! I’m working on my craft room right now, but the rest of the house has a long way to go! My husband would love if I won the Clutter Rehab book. ;)

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  36. says

    Breakfast has always been my least favorite meal to prepare. I’m just not a morning person. I can’t wait to start making breakfast the night before to make my life easier…and keep my family happy!
    Great giveaways!

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  37. Chris says

    I can’t wait to look at the breakfast cookie recipe. It’s so much easier to grab a “cookie” than a bowl of cereal or oatmeal. Thanks for the opportunity to win either prize, I would love them both. Am already a fan of the regular Say MMM site and have considered upgrading my membership.

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  38. Denise says

    I’m so excited at the chance to win some of these great prizes! I like to keep things organized, and I am always open to ideas for making things easier.

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  39. Susan C. says

    Wow, after reading this post and looking at all the gorgeous photos of yummy food I’m starving! Please enter me in the giveaway.

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  40. Amy Mitchell says

    I make a breakfast cassserole that uses crescent rolls. I’d love to find a way to avoid using these. Do you think it’s possible to use the dough from your cinnamon roll recipe and just roll it into a rectangle for the bottom of the casserole? Eggs and sausage go on top.

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  41. says

    Just took a quick tour around Say Mmm and Organizing Junkie, looks fun. I just made your breakfast cookies and they are really good. Now to put them to the test with my picky teenager. Thanks :)

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  42. Tammy says

    I have been a subscriber to Organizing Junkie for a while now and she has helped me so much. I am loving your blog as well, I just found you a few weeks ago and you have some great tips and offer some wonderful insight into meal planning and delicious recipes. Thank you so much for your time.

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  43. Cindy says

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts and suggestions on breakfast. I was just talking to a friend this morning about how hard that meal is for me to get done. :-)

    I would love to win!

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  44. Colleen G. says

    I’m working on getting past the cold cereal breakfast thing. Too many days of oatmeal or cornmeal mush didn’t help much either. I need to go slow and PLAN.

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  45. Sharon says

    I came here from Happy Housewife, and can’t wait to visit all the other sites and get inspired for a major decluttering and organizing!

    I love the idea of breakfast cookies, but am wondering – when you soak the grains in buttermilk overnight, do you refridgerate that?

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    Laura Reply:

    No, I just leave the flour/oats/butter/buttermilk combo soaking on the countertop overnight. Otherwise, there’s no way I’d be able to stir it the next morning…it’d be too stiff. Even while being on the countertop, it sometimes is pretty stiff the next morning. I often put all the ingredients into the food processor and let it do the hard work for me!

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  46. Hawk says

    I was in my reader and several of the blogs listed are in my reader! Either way, I do hope to win one. thanks for hosting such an awesome giveaway!

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  47. Christy says

    I just turned my best friend on to your site, and we’re both tickled with your sense of humor. Personally, I hate to eat breakfast, but I’m hoping to teach my boys better habits than I have myself. :)

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  48. Ruth says

    Definitely could use some Breakfast Organization!
    None in my family are big breakfast eaters and so it needs to be something they can grab and go. Love the idea of healthy muffing and COOKIES for breakfast. Will be spending a lot of time following all links from this post. would love to win any of the prizes.
    Thanks!

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  49. Mary says

    New to your site but have added to my favorites so I can come back often. Great breakfast ideas – always seem to be lacking in this area!!! Would love to be entered in the drawing. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  50. says

    Looks wonderful! BTW, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this blog. I’m also trying my hand at your soft pretzels for the very first time today. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  51. christina h. says

    New to your site, and I must say that I’m going to be making the breakfast cookies this weekend. We all get up pretty early to start our day togehter and because of that, we all get hungry around 9am. This will make a great morning snack!

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  52. Amy says

    I have enjoyed Laura’s site for a while now, and I’m glad she told us about yours. I definitely need help getting menu planning going. I don’t mind grocery shopping, but even with a lot of groceries in the house I often struggle with what to cook for dinner.

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  53. christine says

    Heaven knows I need to be more organized! thanks for the opportunity for the give-away and the wonderful recipes you post. We’ve tried many and they are great.

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  54. Jennifer says

    The more kids I have had the harder it has been to stay organized, especially when it comes to clutter! This looks great!

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  55. Yemi Brown says

    I love your recipes. Every time I try one I am always so doubtful. Then my family loves the results. I started with the applesauce bread (and, yes, I doubled the recipe). My husband loves the breakfast burritos. We are currently trying to reorganize our apartment, we need more home school space, so any advise would be great.

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  56. karen says

    Love the idea of making breakfast the night before. My kids are tired of eating frozen waffles and could use a change. I would love to get more organized especially in the kitchen!

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  57. Rhonda L says

    WOW, I could really use this! I just can’t seem to get my new kitchen organized and we’ve been there a year!!

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  58. Jenny says

    I just discovered Say Mmm a couple of days ago and would LOVE to use the additional features for the paid subscription!

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  59. Wendy F says

    Sounds like a truly helpful tool!! Can always use help getting organized! Thank you for your generosity in sharing your thoughts and recipes ~ really enjoy your sense of humor!

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  60. Melinda Johnson says

    Me, too! My husband says I talk about being organized, but our house doesn’t look very organized. Hm,…maybe one of these books might help. Thanks!

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  61. Jennifer says

    Sooo need help getting organized!! Love your recipes, posts, just everything! And will definitely have to try making breakfast the night before on those crazy Sunday mornings trying to get out the door on time for church! Less stress on Sunday would be so nice :)

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  62. Alyssa says

    I used to be so clean and organized and planned our menus a month at a time…and then I had four kids and started homeschooling…and well, most of that went out the window…so depressing! Sign me up!! I need all the help I can get!!

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  63. EC says

    SayMMM and these books sound great. Winter seems to get me in the organizing mood so I would love to use these resources on my current projects.

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  64. Jodi says

    I love the Organizing Junkie’s website! I think hers and yours are truly my 2 favorites in their respective areas. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  65. Rebecca says

    I purchased your Funky Kitchen ebook, and it helped quite a bit. I’m starting to go through Organizing Junkie’s site now. Thanks for all that you do.

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  66. spoiledbyneil says

    i just love the thought of being organized again cause for some reason the older our 4 kids have gotten(16,16,18, 20) the less organized my home has been. my quote use to be “its only lost if i cant find it” can once again be said because of the help i get from this site and others!!!! Thanks

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  67. says

    I so need to grow in this area. I try to do oatmeal at least 3 times a week, but so many times I forget to soak it. I’m not huge on oatmeal anyway, but it is so much more palatable when it’s soaked. Making it with dinner is such a great idea, but my kids would be bugging me to eat it for snack before bed. Hmmm, I’ll have to think about that one.

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  68. Dacia says

    Ok, so just this week I was getting ready to get breakfast ready and pulled out my homemade baking mix to make pancakes and had the HUGE brainstorm that “DUH!” (I only say that to myself) – why don’t I just mix one double recipe of waffle batter while I’m mixing a double recipe of pancake batter and make both pancakes and waffles at the same time so I’m only standing there one morning instead of two waiting to flip/refill the griddle/waffle iron! Boy, I thought I was genius – ok, so I know better than that. But now you had to go and have the brilliant idea to cook breakfast while I’m cooking dinner the night before!!! Genius, I tell ya! Think I’m coordinated enough to do waffles, pancakes, and dinner at the same time?!?!? Hmmm…. yeah – I need some help in the organization department! ha, ha!

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  69. Barbra says

    I just visited some of the sites you mentioned, there is a lot of great organizational help out there.
    Thanks for your site, Laura, I really enjoy it.

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  70. Cindy Dukes says

    I struggle with breakfast sometimes because my kids get up super early and are hungry right away. I usually just make something really quick, like eggs and toast or, yeah, cereal. And I don’t care for scrambled eggs or cereal! :) I need to do better at making breakfast ahead. Thanks for your ideas!

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  71. says

    I found your site through the Organizing Junkie and it looks like you have a TON of great information here. Thanks for hosting this giveaway. I’ll definitely be back to visit this site often!

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  72. says

    I made your chocolate chocolate chip muffins. My husband ate two as soon as they were out of the oven last night. This morning, my kids declared them the best muffins ever. I agree. They are SO yummy!! Thank you for your dedication to sharing your knowledge!

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  73. Scarlet says

    Wow, I could use any or all of these items, again thanks for a great giveaway, how you always know what we need!

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  74. Allie says

    These recipes look awesome. I can not wait to try one this weekend! I am always in the mood to try a new recipe. Thanks

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  75. Emily B says

    There are some good ideas—I usually just get up and fix cereal or oatmeal, easy stuff, but the casseroles and muffins are a good alternative.

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  76. Cheryl says

    I am forever looking for different ways of decluttering/organizing. One of these days I’ll find the ‘perfect’ method that I will actually use! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  77. Kimmers says

    seems like we are always dealing w/ clutter ……. w/ 6 kids I need some help! PLEASE pick me!!!!! Good luck to all but I NEED this book!!! LOL

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  78. says

    I’d love some more organization!!! DH and I work full-time and have 2 boys. I try to avoid processed food as much as I can, but sometimes I do have to break out the evil Hamburger Helper! (Acutally only DH and 1 son eat it, the younger one and I get something else!)

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  79. katzien says

    My biggest breakfast challenge is to actually get up on time so I don’t SKIP breakfast trying to make it to work on time. If I have 2 minutes to spare, I make toast to eat in the car. I really could stand to be a bit more organized so each of us can have a nutritious breakfast. Thanks! I’ll try the breakfast cookies for sure!

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  80. Sandy says

    I am always looking for ways of providing healthy food for my family in an easily managable way. I love to be organized, so I will take all the help I can get.

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  81. Leigh Anne says

    This post couldnt’ have come at a better time for me. I’m going to be working part time again soon and have been wanting to start menu planning and getting organized so that I can be on top of things! Thanks for the links to these sites!

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  82. Lisa J says

    Just recentl found the orgjunkie website and loving the small step 52-week challenge. Looking forward to possibly winning a book and getting my house better organized and functional. Would save so much time. Love the idea of cooking breakfast the night before. Will put that into practice. Thanks.

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  83. Andrea H says

    Trying to get everything organized so I can finally get some routines in order too. Would love to win. Thank you.

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  84. Melinda S says

    I love Organizing Junkie. And I really need it since I’m trying to re-make myself as someone organized. I think these tools will really help. Thank you.

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  85. Terri G. says

    Oh gee, all your things look so good and I would sure love a chance to win something with ideas on organizing. . . something I’ve been trying to do now for awhile. Thank you.

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  86. alison says

    I’m making our family breakfast cookies right now–gotta love preparing breakfast the evening before! I’m definitely working on my organization right now!

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  87. Rejoicedover says

    I found this website only last week but I already can’t get enough! THanks for all the great recipes — I have 5 under 5 and need all the organizational help I can get! = )

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  88. Robin R says

    I’d love these books. I really want my children to learn to develop a a way to earn money, and I’d love to find a good way to earn money as a SAH homeschool mom.

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  89. says

    Oh my stars all this food looks so yummy! I’m going to try the easy breakfast cassarole for myself. Do you know if it is good to make ahead of time? Like bake the night before to serve on a school morning? I think that’s what’ll have to work at my home. Thanks for offering us a giveaway. This I need!!

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, it works great to bake the night before and warm up slices as necessary!

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  90. Anna says

    I’d love to win!! I also wanted to tell you that I made the pancake sausage muffins twice. They were a HUGE hit and the kids have been begging for more. I also regularly make your breakfast cake. Thanks for posting all that you do – it’s made my path to more healthy eating a lot easier!

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  91. Micki says

    Just got done with a HUGE batch of Chicken/Chicken Broth (got chicken on sale for $.69/lb!) Looking forward to trying the breakfast cookies tomorrow night for Sunday Morning! AND I’M ON A MAJOR DE-CLUTTER KICK! tips and tricks are always welcome (and VERY OFTEN tried!!!)

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  92. Amy carter says

    I just found your website. It is my new favorite! Just started in January decluttering my house and eating more healthy. I am soi glad I stumbled upon your website.

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  93. Ruth says

    Drowning in others clutter. Finally able to get my kids to clean out a lot of their clutter. Now it is all piled in the dining room as I need to sort through what can be consigned, donated, trashed, etc!

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  94. Beth says

    Great giveaways! We are trying to revamp breakfast at our house. We have been in a rut and if I don’t serve a good, protein-filled breakfast, my three-year-old will ask for food EVERY.TWENTY.MINUTES until lunch time.

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  95. says

    Well, any of those ideas would be a heck of a lot better than the two slices of toast i usually have in a morning! I’m so lazy first thing, so i love your idea of making breakfast when i do dinner!

    Sarah. x

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  96. Karen says

    I’ve been trying to come up with a “system”. I recently purchased a calendar white board but this is only scratching the surface!

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  97. Berk says

    I’ve been working hard on organizing all aspects of our home and life! Making some progress, but feel overwhelmed and these eBooks and systems look like outstanding ways to get there! Thanks for the give aways!!!

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  98. says

    Oh wow, how we ever need help with planning our breakfasts! I have two teens and two littles and those teens just don’t eat breakfast at all before school. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  99. Sarah says

    I am thankful to see that there is so much help available to those of us who struggle with daily life! I have almost reached a point of resignation that my kitchen will always be chaos, and supper will never be ontime…at least that was until I came across the crockpot website and the orgjunkie website! I am so HOPEFUL that I will become a more organized wife, mother, and daycare owner!!!

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  100. momx2 says

    We recently started eating more whole foods and using Nourishing Traditions as our cookbook of choice. It was hard at first, but you are right that with alittle organization things fall into place.

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  101. says

    These resources look wonderful. I’ve never heard of them. When did your giveaway end? If it’s still going, I’d love to be included. Thanks, Kathy

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  102. Julie says

    Hi Laura,
    I am still curious about how many muffins you give your boys for breakfast. I have 9 boys and they would eat 10 or more if I let them. Is there something you make with muffins to make it more filling?

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    Laura Reply:

    Typically my boys eat 3-6 muffins each. I try to load them with fruit to help round it out, and often eggs too if I have time. :)

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