*** From the makers of LaLa Lunchbox, the best-selling app featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Parents and Mashable! ***
Wake up to stress-free mornings with LaLa Breakfast! LaLa Breakfast makes planning healthy breakfasts for your kids hassle-free and fun, while saving you time and money. It makes a game out of what was once a frustrating chore - figuring out who wants what for breakfast in the morning mad dash. LaLa Breakfast redesigns the most important meal of the day from hectic to happy.
Use LaLa Breakfast to:
√ EMPOWER KIDS - They'll love planning their own breakfasts.
√ SAVE MONEY - No more wasted, unwanted food.
√ SAVE TIME - Make grocery shopping a breeze.
1. Monsters and breakfast plates can be customized by kids.
2. Includes an extensive, completely customizable Food Library of eggs, produce, grains, and proteins.
3. Easily save any meal to a library of favorites.
4. One click sync between multiple iOS devices, and between LaLa Breakfast and LaLa Lunchbox.
5. Parental control over food choices and breakfast sizes.
6. Always updated, easy-to-use grocery shopping list.
7. Easily share favorite meals with friends via Twitter, Facebook, and email to keep ideas fresh.
8. Integrated grocery list to combine breakfast and lunch items for users with LaLa Lunchbox
LaLa Breakfast was created by an MBA mom and healthcare professional who was looking for a solution that would make planning breakfast for her children on hectic weekday mornings easier. It teaches children about smart food choices and helps picky eaters broaden their horizons.
- bug fixes and stability improvements
- copyright date
- removed login with Twitter option
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
We run pretty consistent schedule of breakfast meals, and the kids are able to get breakfast for themselves. The problem is that they have trouble remembering where any given day appears on the schedule. Problem solved.
Good concept but glitchy and not user-friendly
Okay, I loved the concept. My daughter and I were super excited about creating her breakfast menus. She created them on an ipad for the entire week. Then we tried to look at the grocery list and it is nowhere to be found no matter what we click on. We have been looking for a way to see the grocery list for 1 hour and it always says it's "empty."
Also, I tried syncing to my iphone but only the names/descriptions of the items we added on the ipad show on the iphone but the pictures (which we added from our own photo library) for the most part disappeared, only a couple remained --after all that work!!!
Long story short... this is becoming a lot more frustrating than helpful.
Developer Response ,
wow, I am so sorry to hear this! My team will look into this issue for you. A note about the items that you've added manually: they will sync across your devices only after you've added them to a breakfast plate. Before that, they should remain locally on one device.
Please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can help you get sorted. Looking forward to figuring this out for you quickly.
My youngest especially will not eat until she has planned her breakfast. Our goal is to plan ahead for the week so I can shop and add variety to their life. I get so stuck in a rut if what I think they will eat. They do too. The beautiful pictures of food really help create an appetizing choice of healthy food.
I love that you adjust how many items on each plate and you can take out options of foods. Say its winter and if you find berries in the store they are tasteless and expensive. Just hide the berry option from your kids until next season.
Both the breakfast app and the lunch app are great. I've requested a dinner app from the developer! I definitely do NOT want the apps combined.
My only other request would be that the food data bases are shared with all three apps, like the grocery lists. Each having theses categories : produce, protein, starches, snacks/treats
For example left overs from dinner are a popular breakfast item and 90% of the time my children choose to have their treat for the day after breakfast. We current have treats in the snack category but I don't like the idea of calling a treat a snack.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.