Celebrate Weekend Breakfasts – Hungry Jack® Funfetti Donuts with Sweet Glaze Dip

donuts There’s nothing better than waking up my family with something sweet smelling coming from the kitchen. As we head into a new year I am more determined than ever to enjoy more of the simple moments. The weekend breakfasts in our pajamas to the family bedtime stories in bed at night kind of moments. Spending time together as a family is important to us so I want to make sure to make that time.

We’re celebrating all things breakfast with the help from Hungry Jack® seasonal products our family can easily creating family meals that will also create lasting memories. Our kids enjoy playing with their food so it’s always fun to make bite sized foods for dipping.

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Hungry Jack® Funfetti Donuts with Sweet Glaze Dip

Ingredients: 

  • Hungry Jack® Easy Pack Funfetti Pancakes
  • Oil for frying
  • 1/2 cup confectioners sugar
  • 3 TBP of water

Weekend breakfasts need to be easy and these mini donuts are so easy. All you need is oil to fry your pancake batter in and a good cookie scoop for making round balls.

hungry jack holidau donuts (3) Simply cook in 275 degree oil for 3 minutes on each slide. It’s easiest if you just use a small scoop.

hungry jack holidau donuts (4) Once you’ve taken them out of the oil and allowed them to cool slightly. Top with powered sugar and glaze dip.

hungry jack holidau donuts (1) Glaze Dip: Add confectioners sugar and water. Mix until well combined. 

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hungry jack holidau donuts (7) Bite sized food is so fun for kids but so are the many seasonal products from Hungry Jack®. As a busy mom with a large family I can appreciate that their products are so easy to use and yet so fun for our entire family. I can make something as simple as pancakes and still please everyone!

 Bringing breakfast back this year is easy and fun with Hungry Jack®!

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Comments

  1. Deb C says

    I am going to make Hungry Jack pancakes and serve them to the family with fresh butter and blackberry syrup we got from a farm market this Fall. That will get them to the table!

  2. Virginia Rowell says

    My resolution is to cook more at breakfast time instead of the quick cereal and such. These look really good, We will definitely be enjoying Hungry Jack.

  3. DebbieJean says

    It will be a lot easier with these new Hungry Jack Funfetti mixes to try. It should help bring everybody back to breakfast more often having fun making these goodies.

  4. rod jackson says

    Our family is bringing it back with a homecooked breakfast every day. Great time to gather and sharel.

  5. Andrea v says

    These look so good my daughter would love them. I still try and make breakfast every am for my kids before I leave for work. Somdays are easier then others.

  6. Janet W. says

    I’ll use the Hungry Jack Funfetti mix to make a special breakfast for my family and grandsons. Breakfast brings us around the kitchen table and sparks great conversation!

  7. lisa kay says

    I am going to make it a fun day Sunday and Breakfast at My house for My Kids and Gran Children!
    My Grand Children would Love these pancakes!

  8. Michelle Hamilton says

    I’m going to bring back the family breakfast this year by cooking at home.
    No more drive-thru meals.

  9. Jennifer says

    We always have family breakfast on the weekends, it’s one of the things we all look forward to after all the weekday running around.

  10. Kim Henrichs says

    Getting everyone involved! It’s fun when everyone gets a different project even if it’s getting the juice poured or warming syrup, etc. When it’s an “event” – it’s fun! Those look SO GOOD!

  11. Sara Wagner says

    This mix would help motivate me to make more large family breakfasts for my kids. We don’t do it enough.

  12. Erin says

    For the family/weekends, I love a full breakfast of pancakes (or waffles), sunny side up eggs and bacon. Much tastier than a rushed bowl of cereal on the weekdays before work.

  13. Maureen says

    Having a breakfast potluck. Mixture of favorite items for breakfast–pancakes, waffles, yogurt cereal. eggs, etc

  14. Jessie C. says

    I would add more varieties ( pancakes, cereal, oatmeal and french toast) for breakfast so we could all pick what we love and enjoy.

  15. Gennie Lancaster says

    We are going to wake up earlier every morning so that we can have breakfast as a family everyday.

  16. Danielle F. says

    Make Sunday morning breakfast a family affair – during the week things are hectic but on Sunday, make a nice home cooked breakfast like eggs and pancakes and spend it together.

  17. ELIZABETH C. says

    I generally like healthy cooking, however my family loves eggs, bacon and pancakes. I don’t make it that often but I will make it abit more to make them happy.

  18. Amanda E. says

    Ah, to bring back breakfast means getting up early. I work evenings and that isn’t going to happen.

  19. michelle m says

    my kids would love the funfetti mix! i’m going to cook large hot meals more often instead of quick oatmeal or cereal :)

  20. Kelly D says

    I will bring back the family breakfast by making waffles and pancakes for my kids and enjoying breakfast with them.

  21. zenetta smith says

    I will bring breakfast back by managing my time better so we can eat breakfast together even if it means I have to wake up a few minutes earlier.

  22. Cindy Merrill says

    We always try to have a really nice family breakfast on the weekends; it’s really the only time everyone is home. I’m thinking of trying my hand at scones, which can be either sweet or savory.

  23. Shanna says

    This looks amazing!!!!!! I am doing a huge pancake breakfast, with a variety of fruit, syrups, and whipping cream!

  24. Sue Ellison says

    I will bring back the family breakfast by getting up a little earlier so we can have pancakes, bacon, eggs, etc, instead of cereal.

  25. Margaret Smith says

    I’m going to make a good family breakfast, like pancakes, waffles or eggs at least twice each week.

  26. Chris Mckenzie says

    Preparing more eggs, French toast, oatmeal, etc. than spending money on breakfast outside the house.

  27. Alona Y says

    We’ve started by drinking coffee at home only, this reminds us that we actually have a kitchen, stove, etc! A focus on healthier meals is making us cook at home more often, including breakfasts.

  28. Stephanie V. says

    make everyone sit down to a home cooked breakfast instead of running out the door – get them involved in the preparation and cooking!

  29. Susan B says

    Since I live alone, there’s not much I can do to bring back a family breakfast – the cats and I already eat together!

  30. Rachel H. says

    I’ll start by making Sundays pancake breakfast days! Taking the time to make & eat breakfast together at least once a week is really important as a family.

  31. Geoff K says

    We’re going to make every effort to wake up 30 minutes earlier to cook and eat as a family, and to make sure we’re eating healthy, balanced meals to get our day started right! We just got a new Ninja cooker and George Foreman grill, so we’ll try to use both of those as much as possible as well.

  32. Brittney House says

    I’m going to bring it back by having fun new choices so we don’t get bored with the same things.

  33. Paula Gardner says

    Make it a priority to get up a little earlier and cook so the whole family will stop and eat together.

  34. Barbara Montag says

    We’re going to set the alarm a bit earlier and make smoothies for all.
    They’re fast and healthy!
    Thank you.

  35. Mary Cloud says

    Try to get up early enough to cook breakfast – we’re all a bunch of late sleepers
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  36. Rosanne says

    My husband tends to do breakfasts. He would need to retire to be here every day to make it. In the meantime I make it when our son or other family are here

  37. Dwayne Berry says

    Bring back the family breakfast? I wish. Breakfast is always a rush rush time around our house. My daughter eats really slowly and always wants something that we don’t have.

  38. says

    Well, my family is just my teenager and I, but most weekends ( and vacations) we have big friend sleepovers, and while they spend most of the night playing video games, I get to make a HUGE bacon and pancake breakfast in the morning. Boy can they eat!

  39. Theresa Jenkins says

    I make breakfast for 5 grandkids daily, they would love this>>>Hungry Jack® Funfetti Donuts with Sweet Glaze Dip<<<

  40. Karen D says

    I’m going to try to get up a little earlier on school and work mornings so the kids and I can eat together at the table.

  41. Michaela R. says

    During the weekdays, we tend to not have time for breakfast. But, I want to have a set plan to at least sit down Sunday mornings and have an amazing breakfast.

  42. Anastasia says

    By making time for it whenever we can and getting everyone involved in making it! Schedules can be hectic with school, activities and work, but there is usually a few hours a week when we can get together for breakfast :)

  43. Ava Chavez says

    I’m going to make a weekend day where we all make sure to sit at the table together and eat and talk about the week.

  44. Cynthia C says

    My kids are grown now so I guess we’ll just have to visit each other for family breakfasts.

  45. Tari Lawson says

    It will be hard as I we are all on different schedules. I will try to have at least one family breakfast each month when my son is home from college.

  46. Ann Fantom says

    I’ll get my family together by making pancakes (their favorite) with fresh blueberry and maple syrup.

  47. Don D says

    We enjoy preparing our weekend breakfast together…everyone has a job. I cook the bacon, my kids cooks the eggs and my wife whips up the pancakes.

  48. Nicole Newby says

    I would like to start making more nutritious breakfasts. Its hard to get the boys to eat their veggies!

  49. Nicole Vosburgh says

    I am going to start experimenting with healthy omelet recipes this year for breakfast including adding fruits and veggies.

  50. Jennifer B says

    for starters I am buying a new kitchen table, since our last one was so cheap all the chairs broke and now we don’t eat together, with a new table I think it would be easier to bring back family meals. I miss them

  51. Susan Christy says

    I’m going to start getting up earlier and vow to make breakfast happen every morning!

  52. Kim Kihega says

    By having the kids join me in making breakfast! We like to make pancakes together on the weekends, and they really enjoy it as do I.

  53. Jammie says

    Ours never left we eat it every morning, however, I am going to switch things up a bit and add more of a variety

  54. Cathy Truman says

    I am going to make a healthy and fun breakfast at home. We are going to stop
    eating out.

  55. Mendy Dinsmore says

    I think the family will love the pancake fritters. I am going to try and bring back breakfast with those.

  56. Allison Downes says

    Trying out some new healthy recipes, and making big breakfasts.

    Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

  57. Katie Roch says

    I’m going to let members of my family take turns planning one family breakfast every weekend.

  58. Michelle C says

    My kids always enjoy breakfasts more if I let them help make it. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  59. Susan Ladd says

    We have tried by making donuts in our home in the mornings and everybody loves them. Thanks for this awesome sweep and Happy New Year :)

  60. Claire says

    I’m going to make breakfast that I can prepare part of the night before so we actually have time to all sit down.

  61. Deborah Wellenstein says

    I don’t have to bring it back-it never went anywhere! But I’m sure grandkiddos would LOVE those Funfetti pancakes!

  62. Michelle says

    We are always looking for something quick and easy, we have made a resolution to attempt to eat breakfast together as a family at least twice a week which I think we can do! I love making pancakes and big breakfasts for my family especially on Sunday

  63. Heather E says

    I love having breakfast during the weekend. I need to be better about during the week, usually I eat a banana on the way to work. I am going to try to get up a little earlier and have a healthy breakfast before I leave.

  64. Stacey B says

    I often just give cereal & milk, or something else quick, but I really want to start making more home made breakfasts.

  65. vera says

    We actually do pretty well having breakfast as a family each morning but I would love to learn how to make new breakfast items.

  66. Crystal F says

    I would like to try and get the whole family together for atleast one breakfast a week. We usually get up at all different times or have different places to be first thing. I would love to be able to get everyone up and at the table together on Sunday morning. Thank you!

  67. ryan minton says

  68. Tarah says

    We always try to have a sit down, warm breakfast on the weekends. It’s usually a time when we’re not so rushed, so we can relax & enjoy the family.

  69. Debra Guillen says

    Instead of a family Sunday dinner, we always have a Sunday breakfast because everyone loves breakfast food at our house.

  70. Nadine L says

    We try to have a sit down family breakfast every Sunday, although we have been slacking to be honest. Time to start that tradition more consistently again, some of these recipes may be a perfect starting point

  71. Tara says

    We cook pancakes on Sunday mornings. We will continue that tradition and maybe add a special Saturday breakfast, too!

  72. says

    On Saturday and Sunday mornings I have vowed to make a full breakfast for everybody. Eggs, bacon, pancakes or waffles, I may even make some muffins. A great way to start the day.

  73. Tanya White says

    I am going to start by bringing back Sunday breakfast first.. We haven’t done that in awhile.

  74. saminder gumer says

    i know it is tough to get the family to breakfast during the week, but i will definitely do it on weekends by making all their favorites and these amazing funfetti donuts. they will definitely be a hit with everyone.

  75. Danalee Davis says

    Our church switched to 11 o clock in the morning this year instead of 9, so big Sunday breakfasts will be happening this year for our family. :)

  76. Terri S. says

    I’ll include my 2 young granddaughters in preparing Sunday breakfasts. Those Hungry Jack Funfetti Donuts look so yummy. :-)

  77. wild orchid says

    We are bringing breakfast back by getting all of our family members involved in the cooking process. We can have fun cooking AND eating.

    Entered the rafflecopter as “Wild orchid”

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  78. rebecca norton says

    my kids just love pancakes i got some of these and they eat them all up. i love how they are so easy to make

  79. says

    Because of three different school start times, it’s impossible for all of us to have breakfast together. That’s why I love making breakfast for dinner! I usually make waffles, pancakes, French toast, or eggs with bagels. Thanks for the great giveaway! — Laura @ Frugal Follies

  80. Eloise C says

    I plan on bringing back breakfast at least once a month for dinner. With work and school, it is hard to have a good healthy breakfast in the morning so we like to switch it up and have it at night..that way everyone is together. Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway!

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  81. shelly peterson says

    We have breakfast for dinner often but would like to have breakfast on the weekends more often. Sure wish I could find the Hungry Jack funfetti pancake mix, I have never seen it in the stores here.

  82. Elizabeth Oerther says

    I plan to cook breakfast for my family every Saturday morning and pancakes are a must!

  83. kim says

    At least sit down once a week to a nice breakfeast with no gadgets or electronics of any kind

  84. alyce poalillo says

    Don’t really have a family at home to bring back to breakfast but I make a point of actually sitting down to breakfast every day even if only for a few minutes.

  85. Ashley C says

    We’re trying to add whole grains for our breakfast. I buy whole grain english muffins and waffles and we try to add in fresh fruit too

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  86. Lori says

    I am hoping to bring breakfast back by making large pans of egg dishes the night before for easy heat-ups.

  87. Mer says

    What a cute idea! We do big weekend breakfasts, so I’m going to start making and freezing extras so we can do more than grab and go on weekday mornings.

  88. Kathleen Downes says

    On the weekends I try to make a special breakfast for my son like cinnamon rolls or coffee cake with fruit and he likes it when I make them into funny shapes or faces.

  89. Sarah L says

    I live alone and always eat breakfast. I think I’ll add more fun to them.
    Thanks for the contest.

  90. Vera S says

    I plan to bring my family back to breakfast by making it a weekend ritual to have Sunday breakfast together with mom. :)

  91. elizabeth p says

    We are bringing weekends back with Sunday breakfast. And breakfast for dinner once a week.

  92. Kathleen Ophelan says

    We eat breakfast as a family every sunday. It is great to slow down and have a good ol family breakfast. I plan to make more fun breakfast options to keep the kids at the table longer.

  93. Mya Murphy says

    In reality, I never took it away… making breakfast or any meal is My passion in life!

  94. Joshua Johnson says

    I am going to make Saturday a breakfast for dinner day. But, the kids will help with making dinner those days. So it’s not me bringing breakfast back but more of an US bringing breakfast back.

  95. Sarah S says

    This year I am going to bring back the family breakfast by making pancakes once a week. I will branch out from there, with other fun breakfast items.

  96. Taryn T. says

    We always have Family Fun Night on Friday, but once a month, we are going to do Super Saturday- and do a family breakfast.

  97. Karen says

    Breakfast is always tough – everyone is on different schedules. What we have started doing is pre-preparing some healthier options, like fresh fruit, that can be ready whenever.

  98. Crystal Renee says

    By getting everyone involved! It’s fun having us all in the kitchen cooking together.

  99. Danielle Wood says

    Make sure to wake up earlier and make a fun and healthy breakfast to start the day

  100. robyn paris says

    i;m going to bring back time to sit and enjoy each other at breakfast time for my family.

  101. Beth W says

    We eat family breakfast every weekend and it normally is a big breakfast with pancakes or waffles.

  102. Christy says

    My husband’s work schedule has changed and he now has weekends off so I guess we’ll have big breakfasts back on the weekends. It’s been a while.

  103. CJ Godfrey says

    I plan on bringing back the family breakfast by have a “breakfast for dinner” night at least one night a week!

  104. Racheal says

    I want to bring back the Sunday family breakfast time. Since there is no school or work for us on Sundays, we can hang out in our pjs and work together to make a nice breakfast.

  105. Michele P says

    I want to involve hubby and my daughter in cooking the breakfast, each one will have a task to do then we sit around and all enjoy it when it’s done. great way to get everyone involved.

  106. Meaghan F. says

    We’re getting a griddle and I’ve also been looking up more breakfast recipes lately.

  107. Jacqueline says

    I grew up eating breakfast everyday and we have family dinner every single night, 7 days a week. The kids eat cereal or something quick, but we really need to start doing what my parents did with me: TWO family meals a day. There was no deciding whether or not to eat as a family. We just did it or there were no after school activities and no weekend fun. This needs to be my New Year’s resolution!

  108. Judi Roode says

    I will start with weekend breakfasts, then try to get my grown sons to eat something on workday mornings.

  109. Susan Smith says

    I’d like to get up a little earlier and have a big breakfast together as a family.

  110. Aaron G says

    I[m going to bring the family back to the table for breakfast, by cooking breakfast foods at different times of the day. Also, putting away the phones and cutting off the TV is a great start.

  111. Jenna D says

    My family never eats breakfast together I would like to bring our family together for breakfast

  112. Jacob LaFountaine says

    Bring more smells to plain oatmeal and the like. Get a bunch of spices to wake the senses

  113. Sonya Morris says

    My kids love breakfast so when the smell it, or the smoke alarm goes off, they are ready!

  114. Tracy Jones says

    If I cook bacon or sausage all my kids come, now I just need to figure out how to keep them at the table.

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  115. says

    My Bebe Boy is now 13, so I’m bringing back family breakfast by having him in the kitchen with me so he can learn how to cook things for himself! (He’ll be out on his own sooner than I’d like – I don’t want him living off of cereal and ramen!)

  116. kristin says

    Every Sunday I cook my daughter and I home-made pancakes with different chocolate chips.

    iWith our busy schedule its the only day we really have a chance to sit together and have breakfast

  117. Heather Hayes Panjon says

    I’m Going To Gather The Entire Family Around The Table To Enjoy A Hungry Jack Breakfast On The Weekends!

  118. krysta says

    I love cooking breakfast for the family on the weekends….we even love having breakfast foods for dinner, we try to do it regularly

  119. mary gardner says

    we have started taking turns cooking for the family on the weekends. i think we will add breakfast to the menu!

  120. Brandy B. says

    Using the crockpot to let breakfast cook overnight so it is warm and ready as soon as we get up.

  121. Pam O says

    My son goes to college classes in the morning and high school classes in the afternoon. Our schedules are very different. I have been buying him microwave breakfast sandwiches.

  122. richelle bowers says

    we never eat together. But I want to try and make sundays the day we eat all at once

  123. christine jessamine says

    I love to bring the family together by doing a large breakfast on each sunday

  124. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    I’m going to be more prepared in the morning….wake up a little earlier to make something special everyday.

  125. sara wood says

    I plan to prepare breakfast the night before so that my family can have a real meal together instead of usual bowl of cereal.

  126. matt lehman says

    i really need to make my favorite cinnamon pancakes with fresh apple slices scattered throughout.

  127. Pam Hoffman says

    Having a Saturday morning plan will help! If I make something yummy, they will join in. :)

  128. Monica Kirkham says

    I don’t know how I can type right now, my mind is distracted thinking of those mouthwatering delicious looking doughnuts. But… to answer the question, family breakfast never went away in my home, we bring it back every weekend!! Much harder through the week because everyone comes and goes at different times, but extra family even comes to join us on the weekends making it even more special!!

  129. virgil poore says

    i can say our family sits down and eats supper together everyday,i love it.we all catch up on the day and have a few laughs.but i do wish we could do it of morning but it is so busy.maybe we can do it on the weekends.

  130. says

    I’m committed to trying new recipes. It seems like we’re always just having boring foods like cereal for breakfast!

  131. April V. says

    By making it routine or even a habit – as long as they eat relatively healthily it doesn’t matter what’s on the menu.

  132. says

    These look like a good meal for the weekends – during the week it’s hard with everyone’s work schedules being different – but usually on Sundays we can have a brunch together

  133. susan smoaks says

    This year we are going to bring back family breakfast by having breakfast for dinner one night a week. We will also have our big breakfasts every Saturday and Sunday morning as usual. I am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

  134. DeeAnn says

    I’ve started having a wider variety of foods for breakfast. It makes everyone happy! Thanks.

  135. Evelyn Driver says

    I usually assemble a casserole the night before and just pop it in the oven. The smell of food brings even the teenager down.

  136. Sarah Hall says

    I am going to try to have more fresh fruit and things the kids like so that they will want to sit down and eat.

  137. Valeen N says

    We are going to try and have a big country breakfast every Saturday! Great food, and a time to catch up and fuel up for our busy Saturdays!

  138. Ericka Shervington says

    I hope to have a better physical year and be able to get up to make the hubby and baby girl a nice breakfast before heading out to work and school…. eggs and toast sound good to me!@!

  139. Marlee says

    Bacon, eggs, and pancakes always bring my family to the kitchen! Breakfast this year should be a breeze!

  140. Daniel M says

    we always get together on weekends for big breakfasts, during the week everyone is on their own schedules

  141. Tara Woods says

    We are going to bring back family breakfast by dedicating a few days a week to actually sit down and eat together. It’s very rare that we eat at the same time.

  142. Julie Hawkins says

    I’m going to try to get the family more involved in making breakfast to make it a fun event we can do together

  143. tina reynolds says

    Make a point to make it on the weekend sat/sun morning plan it ahead of time. My kids get so excited for a big weekend breakfast

  144. Richard Hicks says

    We will be having nice hearty breakfasts on the weekends when we have more time to prepare them

  145. JULIE ROSIER says

    I am getting up and making us all breakfast every weekend and when I can on the weekdays.

  146. Shayna says

  147. Jenny says

    I got a waffle maker for Christmas (my much used old one broke) so I plan on making a lot more waffles for breakfast now.

  148. Sarah VM says

    I’m going to actually try to make a hot breakfast and make everyone sit down and eat together.

  149. rebecca day says

    i am making breakfast before school every day so me and my daughter can eat together

  150. Jennifer Reed says

    I am going to help bring back the family breakfast this year by planning ahead… planning makes morning meals easier.

  151. Thomas Gibson says

    I will bring back breakfast this year by cooking breakfast at dinnertime because we are not morning people.

  152. says

    I’m going to try to make a full out breakfast at least 3 times a week so all my family can sit down together and eat (and talk). Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  153. Heather Swarthout says

    I would honestly love to do family breakfast with these! My husband leaves too early in the morning for work so I have breakfast with my toddler when she wakes up. This would be fun on the weekends though!

  154. Melanie Comello says

    I’m bringing breakfast back by cooking every morning! my husband just changed to second shift so we get to have a late start every morning. once our lil girl wakes up in the morning, I get started with breakfast, anything from sausage and eggs to pancakes. whatever mood strikes me :)

  155. Angela Newsome says

    We are going to either have a sit down breakfast at home or go out to breakfast on Sunday’s this year. It’s the one day we are all home together!

  156. Jim S says

    I make omelets for the family at least once a week and I may start trying a slow-cooker breakfast recipe or two.

  157. Priscilla P. says

    My Children have children now. However; I’m invited over for breakfast at any of 3 children house for breakfast on the weekends. I sometimes take them up on it.

  158. Roxann says

    Weekdays is too hard for a family sit down breakfast but we will be making it mandatory on Saturday and Sunday.

  159. Eileen Richter says

    My husband is the breakfast maker but I think we need to make it more of a family affair by having the kids help more. I know my daughter would LOVE to make these funfetti doughnuts! I have found that doing all the cooking for family for all these years was not a good thing…kids did not learn nearly enough about going out on their own. Breakfast is cheap and fast usually, so that is the meal I think we should concentrate on teaching more. Plus, it is said it is the most important meal of the day!

  160. Karen Drake says

    I am going to bring back the family breakfast this year by making a big breakfast on the weekends and having the entire family involved it making it.

  161. JoAnn F. says

    With good old fashioned pancakes, my family loves them! It never gets old.
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  162. Claire McKeon says

    I am going to bring back family breakfast by skipping the snooze button, getting up early and surprising my family with a lovely breakfast before they go on their way!

  163. kathy pease says

    we usually just grab a bowl of cereal on the weekdays because it is kind of rushed but I would love to have sit down family breakfast times at least on the weekends when everyone is all together.we do love pancakes and french toast or omelets :)

  164. pamela love says

    We are going to eat together on Sunday, before church. It’s hard to get everyone together all at one time, but Sunday is everyone’s day off at our house.

  165. Erika JM says

    I get my family together for breakfast by having and making a smorgasbord of fruits, yogurts and cereal available. Kind of like a social breakfast bar.

  166. AmyBond says

    Mornings are impossible to have everyone together at the same time, I think breakfast for dinner sounds like a great idea!

  167. Sheryl says

    Santa brought me a waffle iron for Christmas. I am going to make waffles with fresh fruit on top.

  168. Barrett says

    I’m going to wake up early and whisk up everyone’s favorites and make a chain of fans to there rooms so they smell it

  169. Rosey says

    Making a family breakfast before church on Sunday mornings instead of grabbing McDonald’s afterwards is how I’d like to do it at our house.

  170. Kim Parrott says

    I am going to make a plan to make different delicious brunch options each weekend – waffles, pancakes, french toast – a delicious buffet

  171. Lisa Fonseca says

    By making breakfast, which I never have before. We were never “breakfast” people lol.

  172. Lisa Garner says

    I would bring it back with fun twists on our traditional breakfast items to keep excitement for our breakfast together.

  173. says


    Tell me how you’re going to bring back the family breakfast this year?

    I guess I am going to have to find a family to have breakfast with.

  174. Melinda Stephens says

    I’m going to make my husband eat breakfast with me and my son at least once a week.

  175. Kevin P says

    I’m going to bring the the family breakfast this year by doing it more often.

    We already do it on Sundays, but I can add a Saturday as well.

  176. Bryan E. says

    Thanks for the giveaway…we are having more “sit down” breakfasts during the week vs. rushed, grab a bagel & juice days.!

  177. denise says

    Since I am the only one up, I can’t really bring back the family breakfast unless it’s on the week end. Then, I can make some Hungry Jack pancakes

  178. Vicki D. says

    I bought a waffle maker. When I make them with blueberries or strawberries, whipped cream, and syrup on top, everyone makes sure they are here to eat them.

  179. Lisa L says

    We’re having the kids take turns picking what’s for family breakfast every weekend morning

  180. Jenny S. says

    I will probably be starting with these mouth watering Hungry Jack donuts. Oh my gosh, so yummy looking.

  181. Sharon says

    I’ll probably try this funfetti donut recipe in addition to making something special on the weekends like pancakes to get us all together for breakfast!

  182. Beverly Metcalf says

    Those donuts look good. We always have breakfast in the morning and I love the Hungry Jack products. Especially their pancake mix, it’s easy to make and tastes good.
    Thanks for having this nice contest.

  183. nuronerd says

    We already use a lot of Hungry Jack because I love pancakes, but I think it would be great multi-generation fun to make those donuts with my mom and kids. I’m a big breakfast person.

  184. Vikki Billings says

    We will make breakfast together, that is what we do on weekends. We do have family breakfast on saturday and sundays.

  185. Samantha D says

    We’ll bring it back by having it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! :) We just had it for dinner tonight, great on a cold night.

  186. Lorayne Gothard says

    We are going to sit down every Saturday and have breakfast together as a family. We do it sometimes, but we need to do it more. The kids love to help with the pancakes!!

  187. Jessica says

    I am bringing family breakfast back by making pancakes for my family. It is a dish that gathers everybody to the breakfast table.

  188. Susan G says

    by having everyone eat at the kitchen table all together instead of in the living room at breakfast time.

  189. Barbara Long says