Johnsonville Helps Parents ‘Hack’ Breakfast Prep With New 30-Second Sausage
Join ’30 Second Mom’ on Pinterest for Top Tips to Take On Mornings
Johnsonville offers convenience and flavor with its new fully cooked breakfast sausages, while also offering parents a means to 'hack' some time out of mornings and still provide their children a hot, protein-packed breakfast.
Mornings can be mayhem for parents. In fact, according to the Johnsonville Sausage Report, nearly half of moms say that mornings can be so hectic that most days everyone in the family needs to fend for themselves for breakfast. Morning planning just got a useful hack, thanks to new fully cooked breakfast sausage links from Johnsonville and 30 Second Mom, Elisa All, who is helping share timesaving tips on Pinterest just in time for back to school bedlam.
A mother of three incredibly active kids and founder of iParenting and 30 Second Mobile – a new app that keeps mom “in the know on the go,” All says it’s about planning ahead and powering up for the busy day ahead. “The kitchen in the morning can be chaotic if you don’t have everything lined up the night before,” All said. “And, it’s a lot easier than many people think to serve a hot, balanced breakfast with Johnsonville’s new fully cooked breakfast sausage. Just a 30-second warm-up in the microwave and kids are powered up with protein throughout the morning.”
Here are her top 10 Back-To-School Morning "Hacks:"
- SHOP early for back-to-school supplies to avoid long lines and out-of-stock items.
- USE a handy organizer app to manage and share schedules among family members to avoid overscheduling yourself or your kids.
- ESTABLISH and maintain routines for mealtimes, studying and bedtime.
- SELECT kids’ outfits the night before (check weather in advance and plan accordingly).
- PACK lunches the night before. After dinner, pack the non-chilled items in the lunchbox and leave it on the counter for quick packing of the chilled items in the morning.
- POWER UP with quick breakfast protein options like Johnsonville's new fully cooked breakfast links, which are key to starting the day right with a wholesome and warm meal, and getting out the door on time. Just pop in the microwave for 30 seconds and they are ready to eat.
- BRUSH teeth and wash face in the morning shower, or take baths the night before.
- SUNSHINE helps you wake up. Open the shades and let the light in to get everyone going.
- PLACE jackets/backpacks in a central location near the door to grab on the way out. Use a hanging shoe organizer with pockets to keep essentials/accessories by the door.
- CARE for yourself. Pick clothes, pack snacks, have a workout bag in the car and consider getting up earlier than your kids to have time to yourself before the day gets going.
View these morning hacks and more at Johnsonville’s Pinterest page and learn how you can enter to win free groceries for a month and other prizes in Johnsonville’s :30 Second Morning Hack Sweepstakes.
Johnsonville’s new fully cooked links are made with premium cuts of meat, no fillers and are gluten free, and come in three delicious varieties – Original Recipe, Vermont Maple Syrup and Turkey. Unlike other fully cooked breakfast sausage, Johnsonville’s new Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage links can be found in a unique resealable and clear packaging, so shoppers can see the meat quality and freshness. The zipper also makes portioning easy and keeps the sausage fresher during storage.
For more product information, recipes ideas and how to find Johnsonville sausage at a retailer near you, visit www.johnsonville.com.
Wisconsin-based Johnsonville Sausage is the No. 1 national sausage brand, featuring: brats, Italian sausage, smoked-cooked links, breakfast sausage, Grillers and meatballs. Johnsonville products are served in 125 professional, college and semi-pro sports stadiums throughout the U.S.
Johnsonville employs approximately 1,600 members. Founded in 1945 by the late Ralph F. and Alice Stayer, the privately held company remains family owned today, providing various sausage products in 40 countries. For additional information, visit www.johnsonville.com.