10 "Round-Up" Free Breakfast Ideas for Back to School

By now I’m sure you’ve heard about the lawsuit that Dewayne Johnson filed against Monsanto.  

He was awarded $289 million as his team of lawyers were able to PROVE that Round-Up caused his Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.  

Monsanto has destroyed thousands of small farmers and millions of people’s health with the creation of their products.  

To see someone take on this agri-giant company and actually win is nothing short of a modern day David and Goliath story.

While I’m extremely saddened that Dewayne is dying of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, think of what he did for the rest of us.

Our movement is about to get a whole lot bigger!

How many people saw this kind of picture are now starting to question how their food is raised?

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If this isn’t enough to make you think twice about pouring it into your kid’s cereal bowl, I don’t know what is.


School starting = hectic mornings.  

I know it’s easiest to pour a bowl of cereal for your kids.

But you’re not providing them any nourishment and now we know that they’re likely getting a daily dose of Round-Up as well.

So what’s a mom to feed her kiddos when she’s already stretched so thin?  Asking you to do 1 more thing seems impossible. Believe me, I hear ya!!

But it’s our duty as parents to keep our kids safe and healthy and provide them with food that will nourish their growing bodies.


Breakfast at our house consists of eggs 355 days/year.

Yes, I'm exaggerating....slightly.  I like to mix it up a bit as no kid likes to eat the same thing every day.

To help give you some inspiration during the busy back to school season I've put together 10 "Round-Up" Free Breakfast Ideas for Back to School  (if you’re using local, non-gmo, organic products)

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What we eat matters.  

How our food is raised and produced matters.  

I’ve been preaching this for years now - perhaps Dewayne thinks I deserve a portion of that $289 million??  :)

Give the recipes a try and let me know what you think! Please share this article with your friends who could use a little inspiration.

Wishing you a smooth transition back to school!

Sarah