Anyway, I made some granola yogurt bars that everyone liked. I started with a recipe from this website (a really good source of toddler food ideas). It is still a work in progress (they didn't turn out exactly how I wanted, but were still good), but what I did was this:
Mix together 2 cups of granola (smashing the big pieces), 3/4 cup whole wheat flour and 1/8 cup brown sugar. Cut in 1/2 cup butter until the mixture looked like coarse crumbs. Press half of mixture into a 8x8 inch pan. Spread 1 cup strawberry yogurt over mixture, then sprinkle remaining mix on top. Bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes. Cool on a rack, then in the fridge, and cut into pieces.
They weren't quite as crispy as I wanted, but they tasted good, and seem like a nice alternative to pre-packaged cereal bars. We had them for breakfast and then snacks the next couple of days.
I also made baked eggs in ham cups (eyed with suspicion but tasted and partly eaten) and scrambled eggs and toast (toast eaten, eggs untouched).
And here are some pictures of the kids, because besides being served eggs, they've been happy.