|Saturday October 1, 2011|
Pumpkin Pie Spiced Rolls with Salted-Caramel Frosting and Crumbled Pretzels
It’s been previously mentioned that I do not buy cereal for our brood. I am not opposed to cereal. I actually really really enjoy a bowl or two with cold milk. We gave up cereal nearly two years ago because I was exhausted with the expense of five or more boxes a week plus the extra gallon or two of milk. Cereal became the filler for after school snacks and late night husband food cravings. I got fed up with the whole cereal racket in terms of marketing, nutrition, expense, and mess (bowls being found in the office days later).
This breakfast series has been thought about for months. I have tinkered with and talked about how to work this meal into the blog without crowding out the transportation portion. Feeding Six was established with the Shopping Experiences and the Meal Co-op (which has been the most popular post on this site) and I still feel that A Simple Six is about how we do what we do as simply as we can. It began with one of the largest lifestyle changes we have undergone, but has at it’s heart the underpinnings of who we are and what we are establishing in our lives, with our time.
Beginning today I will compile each week’s breakfasts as photos and a link to any web sources I may have adapted. Maybe some day I will get into food blogging, but for now, I am going to keep it simple. Feeding Six: Breakfast will be about what we eat each morning. I intend to post our adventure on Saturdays. Being what Saturdays are, I am sure you will all forgive and forget if it’s Monday before I compile my post. I have the best intentions…sometimes terrible follow through. Please let me know if you want to see more or less and if you have any questions.
Today’s breakfast was pumpkin pie spiced rolls with salted-caramel frosting and crumbled pretzels. London had her annual
we are surviving back-to-school slumber party last night. The young ladies helped me make the rolls before bed and I got up before them all to put them in the oven.We have two bread machines now, so I made two batches, meaning we have enough for breakfast tomorrow, or what’s more likely to happen, a great snack later.