OP here. Sara, the 11 year old, wasn't expected to make her own breakfast. She was offered a choice of yogurt, cereal (picked out by her), fresh fruit, toast with PB & J, or hard boiled eggs with juice or any combination of the above. I didn't "make" breakfast simply because there are five kids in the house, getting up between 6am and 8am or later most days. Plus my own kids age 5, 5.5 and 9 get their own breakfasts with minimal help.
I like the idea of brunch, I'll try that. I usually pack a more elaborate snack when we are out, but we were out on the water in kayaks with limited space. I'm used to my own kids who consider granola bars and juice a treat. The granola bars and juice were picked out by Sara and Tim. They spend quite a bit of time with us each year, I'm pretty familiar with their eating habit which is why I take them food shopping. The deli is a good choice, but honestly feeding two extra kids for two weeks gets pretty expensive, especially when you consider how much a 15 year old boy eats in a day. Our food bill at least doubles while they visit and a stop at the deli means there is less money for movies, mini putt, the fair, and Sara's dance camp and Tim's computer animation class.