Banana BreakfastIt’s early, you’re busy and everyone is hungry. Send your kids off to school with a quick and easy breakfast that will last them until lunchtime.

Breakfast Banana Pops – The sky’s the limit on what you can use to make these pops a morning hit.

◾2 large bananas
◾1 cup yogurt
◾1 cup granola or crushed graham crackers
◾4 regular Popsicle sticks

1. Pour granola into a very shallow dish or plate.
2. Peel bananas, cut in half and insert Popsicle sticks.
3. Dip into yogurt (or coat with a knife), then roll into granola and add-ons.
4. Place on a parchment or wax-lined tray and freeze.
5. Keep uneaten pops in the freezer.
Servings: 4 pops – prep time 10 minutes

Recipe Notes
Add-on ideas: Mini chocolate chips, coconut shreds, cinnamon sugar, raisins, etc.
Try this recipe with strawberries, pineapple or your favorite fruit.

Ham, Egg and Cheese Roll-Ups – Running late? These hand-held, car-friendly snacks are perfect for those busy mornings.

◾2 packages dinner rolls refrigerated crescent roll dough, 8-count packages
◾1 cup ham chopped
◾1 cup Colby cheese shredded
◾5 large eggs scrambled

1. Unroll crescents onto a large ungreased cookie sheet.
2. Place a spoonful of scrambled eggs, a couple pieces of ham, and a sprinkle of shredded cheese on
the wide end of each unrolled crescent.
3. Roll up each crescent, starting at the wide end and ending at the narrow end of the crescent.
4. Bake at 375 degrees for 11-13 minutes, or until crescents are golden.
5. Optional: Serve with ketchup or salsa for dipping.
Servings: 16 roll-ups – prep time15 minutes – cook time 11-13 minutes

Shingletown Medical Center Board Members and Staff wish you a “Happy” and “Fun” Summer!