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Crazy, Tasty Banana Split Breakfast

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An ice-cream parlor classic comes to the breakfast table in this variation made for mornings.
An ice-cream parlor classic comes to the breakfast table in this variation made for mornings.

For speedy serving, get ready the night before: Put the banana, a bowl, and a spoon on the table, then help the kids slice the strawberries and chill them in a bowl in the fridge. In the morning, assembly is easy.

What You’ll Need
  • 1 banana
  • Yogurt
  • Sliced strawberries
  • Cereal
  • Sprinkles, chocolate chips, chocolate syrup (optional)
What to Do
  1. Peel the banana, and cut it in half lengthwise. Put the two banana pieces in a bowl.
  2. Top the banana with 2 spoonfuls of yogurt and some sliced strawberries.
  3. For a morning meal, sprinkle some cereal on top.
  4. For dessert or an afternoon snack, top with sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, or chocolate syrup.
  5. Chilly variation: Use frozen yogurt.

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How many books do you currently have in your house? Include books on tape, audio books, and eBooks, as well as all hard and soft cover books that you own or have borrowed. Select one answer below.
1 to 10
3% (3 votes)
10 to 20
4% (4 votes)
20 to 50
9% (8 votes)
50 to 100
15% (14 votes)
More than 100
68% (63 votes)
Total votes: 92