Poll: What's for Breakfast on School Days?

Mixed Berry and Yogurt Parfait

Now that school is back in session, the late-morning breakfasts of summer are surely a thing of a past, and they've likely been replaced with a frenzied half hour of packing lunches, gathering supplies to toss into backpacks and tying shoes at the door. But while there may be hardly any time to sit down to extravagant breakfasts on hectic weekday mornings, it's nevertheless important for little ones to leave the house with full tummies so they can begin to make the grade. When time is tight at your house on school days, what dishes do you reach for to feed your kids? Are you a fan of assemble-and-eat picks like a Mixed Berry and Yogurt Parfait (pictured above), or do you rely on last night's prep work to save the day, as it does with Alton's Overnight Oatmeal? When it comes to eggs, do you opt for hard-boiled beauties, or do prefer them scrambled?

Cast your vote below to tell FN Dish what's for breakfast at your house on school days.

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