This is NOT breakfast!
Seriously, this shouldn't even be considered in whole or part of any meal or snack. Sure it's convenient. But if you love convenience, keep eating it and feeding it to your kids and later in life there will be a lot of really convenient visits to the doctor. Honestly, by taking the time and paying a little more for better food now (sometimes it doesn't cost more, but just takes a bit more effort), you will avoid future investments with the doctor and/or hospital.
Look at just some of the junk in this thing:
This is in just ONE "pastry" (I need quotes there because it's hard not to laugh)
I know it's hard to get a handle on breakfast sometimes. You're running around trying to get the kids ready for school pretty much every morning. One forgot to get something signed, another can't find a shoe, etc. So to alleviate some pressure, they're handed one of these nasty things (or some other convenience 'food') and the kid gobbles up half of it as the bus rumbles down the road. They step on, but not before handing you the remainder which becomes your measly breakfast for the day.
But this is where you need to take a step back, do your due diligence as a parent and plan ahead. If you're single or don't have kids, you have even fewer excuses for getting proper nutrition. 'Easy', 'Lazy', and 'Can't' are not excuses. They are four-letter words, and offensive ones at that.
And if you're already eating healthy, your kids should be too! There's no reason they should inherit an unhealthy routine that will haunt them the rest of their lives (and, subsequently, pass on to their kids). We spend so much time and money making sure they are well-educated and safe from danger; proper nutrition should be a part of that time and expense.
So, how do we change our behavior and influence theirs? Here's a short list of helpful hints that will hopefully get some fire burning in you:
Yes, I know this came off preachy, but proper nutrition at all meals is serious and the iron fist of this trainer has got to hammer. However, I can only pound that stubborn nail so much lest it bend or break. It's you that needs to make sure it goes in straight.