While every parent in the world is currently euphoric that their little angels left the house and went back to school, the nightmare of lunchboxes and homeworks resides.
We can follow Instagram and Pinterest lunchbox tutorials as much as we want but the hard truth is that there isn’t enough time in the day for everything. From endless house chores, getting some work done, preparing lunch and dinner for the family, we could all use a little home delivery help.
This week, parents on social media have been talking about the ‘Breadfast’ app. Based on a next-morning delivery concept, Breadfast bakes and delivers your baked goods on a daily basis.
We’ve all been there, your child suddenly tantrums for a croissant or cupcake in their lunchboxes and we either run to the supermarket at midnight or live with the guilt of ignoring their taste buds the next day. I have also had midnight feteer cravings, and honestly waking up to a door knock and a delivery man holding one is too good to be true.
Worry no more parents of Cairo, if you lead a hectic life, just download the app and order fresh bakeries and they will deliver before the school bus arrives. So far, the reviews online are pretty satisfactory and I’m loving the veggies muffins.
The only thing I would love to find so the app is truly comprehensive and inclusive is gluten free products. This is one of the biggest struggles parents face while buying bread for their children. Not to be greedy or anything, but I would also love to find keto-friendly bread with coconut and almond flour as well.
You can order in New Cairo, Al Rehab City, Madinaty, Nasr City, Heliopolis, Maadi, Mokattam, El Shorouk City, El Obour City, Sheikh Zayed and 6th of October City until 10:00 PM, next-morning deliveries start from 5:00 AM until 11:00 AM.