So my plan is to take this gradually mainly because I'm so new to PB, my husband has no intention of converting, and so my kitchen isn't exactly completely PB. My first step is a two part one - I'm eliminating wheat only, and I'm going to figure out trial and error what they like and don't like before I do the full conversion. Just for the record we haven't had processed/frozen/boxed food in years, and sweets are a rarity in our home, so that battle is one I already have fought and won. I just want to get a good repertoire of "go-to" foods under my belt before I cut out all the rest of the grains (which mainly just means corn).
Day 1 - Breakfast
Thing 1 - Plain full-fat greek yogurt (Zoi brand, better than FAGE) with a mashed banana, 2 pieces of bacon and a thick slice of cheese.
Thing 2 - A banana, 2 pieces of bacon, thick slice of cheese and a scrambled egg.
They both seemed pretty happy and didn't ask for cereal. I have about a half a box of cereal (corn chex) and I'm not going to buy more once it's gone unless my husband asks me to. I was surprised at Thing 1 since she always loves sweet foods but after she was done with her yogurt/banana she asked for the empty carton and finished off the dregs of the plain yogurt. That's something I'd consider a big victory because she enjoyed PLAIN YOGURT. I'm lucky that I can get Zoi yogurt at my local store for $2.88/2lbs. The stuff is fantastic.