A Quick Morning Meal for the Kiddos!

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Updated: 9/12/2012 3:03 pm Published: 9/12/2012 2:47 pm

So little time and so many mouths to feed. It can be difficult to get breakfast on the table with so many other things going on in life. There are tools and tricks the professionals use to get you going without hunger pangs. Chef Shelly Hayslett with Lambrusco'z is the gal with a plan to get you on your way to a satisfying breakfast meal that even the most chaotic household can use. "One easy tip to put the “fast” in breakfast is to have all ingredients prepped the night before. Most everyone in the restaurant business relies on this method, but it can be extremely helpful to a mom running late for work! For instance, my 'Dreamsicle Smoothie', chop fresh pineapple for a Sunday afternoon snack and it’s ready for Monday morning smoothies!" she said. "Gathering ingredients together makes for easy preparation."

"Do your kids like eggs? Start with ½ dozen eggs and boil or scramble them. They keep in your fridge for up to three (3) days," Hayslett said. 

"Take a ¼ cup of scrambled eggs, slice of pita bread, few slices of chopped bacon and a sprinkle of co-jack cheese. These heat really well in a toaster oven and only take 5-7 minutes."

"Another option is a Toaster Sandwich. Start with one (1) boiled egg, slice, add bacon and cheese, microwave for approximately 45 seconds. Then layer on your favorite toast."

With more than 300 items made from scratch, Lambrusco'z is sure to have the perfect treat for breakfast.
"We offer sandwiches, salads, a full dinner case that changes daily, casseroles, dips, crackers…we are always in the kitchen creating new items to offer our customers! We also have a great gift and retail selection," Hayslett said. 

Lambrusco’z To Go is located at 1344 E. 41st Street in Tulsa. Call 918-496-1246 or visit

Recipe for “Dreamsicle Smoothie”

32 oz plain non-fat yogurt
12oz frozen orange juice concentrate
4T honey (or to taste)
1 whole fresh pineapple (cored & chopped)
2T Vanilla
2 Scoops of Whey Protein – Optional
1/2c-1C ice cubes (to thicken & make slushy)

Add all ingredients to blender or processor and blend until ice is crushed.
Use this as your base smoothie recipe then add strawberries, banana, or any other fresh fruit.

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