As the editor in chief of Epicurious.com, Tanya Steel's encountered picky eaters, moms who don't think they have time to cook, and those who are hesitant to introduce healthy foods to their kids. She loves this recipe for good day pear crisp because it tastes just like pie for breakfast (but it's healthier)! "At only 162 calories and 3 grams of saturated fat, it is a flavor-packed way for little ones to start the day," Steel says. "You can substitute apples for the pear (Granny Smith or Royal Gala are good varieties) and, in the Summer, stone fruit, like nectarines, plums, or apricots. It's seasonal, inexpensive, fast to make, and delicious to eat."