Disclosure: I am partnering with Kellogg’s for the #KChamps program for 2014. Even though I am compensated, all opinions expressed are my own. #CerealandMilk

With summer at an end now, and the little ones are head back to school. I always look for different ways to help my kids get through the school year. Even with my little five year old going to Pre-K this year I want it to be the best experience it can be. So, this year I am putting a little Dad flare into my kids lunch boxes! And, I will be the best Dad ever! I am send cereal for lunch!

Cereal for lunch

Breakfast Cereal for Lunch

Yep, I said it! I am packing my five year old’s lunch bag with Kellogg’s To-Go Cereal Bowls and shelf stable milk. My kid is going to love this! All the kids in the lunch room are going to want cereal for lunch, and before you know it there will be tons of Tucan Sam cereal bowls on lunch tables.

Cereal for Lunch

Kellogg’s Ready-to-Eat Cereal

Kellogg’s Ready-to-Eat cereal bowls are a perfect portion for growing children. They are packed with nutrients our young ones need. When I was in New York City earlier this year, we had a chance to visit with Dr Stork. Travis Stork, M.D., is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and host of television’s The Doctors. He shared with the #KChamps that he is a huge believer grains and fiber in a persons diet. So, with just the right amount of grains and fiber, combined with a lowfat milk, the Kellogg’s Ready-to-Eat bowls are perfect for a lunch time treat.

Kellogg’s has more ready-to-eat cereals that are a good or excellent source of fiber than any other cereal producer in the U.S. (2009)

Also, any fruits go well on your cereal, from dried fruits, raisins, cranberries, to fresh fruits and berries that are now in season, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cut bananas. Any of them can be a tasty and nutritious addition.

So I feel comfortable mixing it up every once and a while, sending cereal for lunch instead of a sandwich is okay with me.

Cereal for lunch

She loves her cereal bowls, and loves her daddy just that much more.

Have you thought about sending your child cereal for lunch?