With Fox starting school last month, we’ve been getting into a solid morning routine recently.
Every morning he wakes up first and starts running around the house yelling, “Day!” which is code for school. I think it comes from us asking him if he had a good day when we pick him up 😉
After we assure him that he’ll be on his way to school in no time, it’s time for breakfast.
Fox is a great eater, but sometimes we like to go the extra mile and do cute little things for him to let him know we love him. That said, this woodland fox toast that we’ve been making for him makes him smile for miles! It’s also helping him to learn his name (or a variation: S-fox!).
This toast will not steal your precious morning time.
A few quick swipes of a butter knife and it will be ready before you know it!
Pro tip: slice up fruit for the week ahead to nibble on alone or to adorn fun animal-themed toasts like this cute fox.
To make this cutie, smear cream cheese and almond butter onto toast into the design above and top with blueberries, banana and strawberry slices. You could also use Nutella or jelly instead.
My biggest secret for a yummy breakfast toast?
The thicky, hearty bread!
Pepperidge Farm Swirl Oatmeal Bread is baked with whole grains and a great source of fiber for my guy.
We used the Apple & Cinnamon flavor, but there’s also a Maple & Brown Sugar option!
Here’s how we (aka my toastmaster husband) crafted this edible creature.
Which animal should I make for my guy next?
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