Monday, August 27, 2007

Cheetos are a food group, right?

You know it's time for a trip to the grocery store when the kids eat Koala Crisp (kind of like cocoa pebbles, but gluten free) and cheetos for dinner.

And then the next day they have tater tots and bananas for breakfast.

And the next day they have mashed potatoes and yogurt for breakfast.

Funny thing is...I still haven't gone to the grocery store except to get milk...and the aforementioned bananas and yogurt. I can't imagine what they would have eaten if I hadn't gotten those!

(I have to add that the reason I didn't do actual grocery shopping when I picked up the milk, bananas and yogurt was because I refuse to do real shopping at the grocery here in our town....$100 worth of groceries at any other store would be about $150-$175, so I only do pick up things we need immediately from that store.)


LaughterThoughts said...

oh, we have meals like that sometimes, too! (usually ones at lunchtime when daddy isn't here to catch me!)

i have actually done ice cream for dinner.

nothing like teaching our kids healthy eating habits, right?!:):):)

Kelli in the Mirror said...

My child refuses to eat Koala Crisp. I'm so glad that yours like it.

Cheetos, now, those are definitely a food group and she would love to make a meal of them!!

KatieBug said...

As long as you have 2 food groups it counts as a meal! My kids had cheese and crackers for breakfast today. :)