Admit it, you’ve had crazy thoughts about serving the kids prepackaged cookies for breakfast. (Whatever it takes to get everyone fed and out the door.)Think again. Brooklyn’s new Little Buddy Biscuit Company’s got an array of brownies, muffins, scones, quick breads, and, yes, even cookies that are healthy enough for the most important meal of the day.Owner/baker/dad Pete Solomita is a graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health, and he likes to get creative with ingredients (molasses with crystallized ginger, and cardamom with coconuts and macadamias are winners). He’s also got the whole nut-free, gluten-free, vegan angle down and offers sweets in Buddy Junior sizes especially with your tots in mind.So you can put your mind at ease.Little Buddy Biscuit Company, 635 Fifth Avenue, at 18th Street, Brooklyn (718-369-6355 or littlebuddybiscuitcompany.com). SHOPKidini Fall/Winter SaleWhat: Find bargains on clothing by Ella Moss, Neige, Charabia, and many more.Why: Save big on threads for littles.When: Tues.-Thurs., 9:30 a.m.-6:45 p.m.; Fri., 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Where: Nancy Ney Studio, 620 Broadway, b/t Bleecker & Houston Sts., ste. 2r (917-653-3643).WATCHCinderella What: The New Victory Scottish Festival brings the classic fairy tale to life through puppetry.Why: It’ll be a ball.When: Thru Sept. 27. Fri., 3 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., noon & 3 p.m.Where: The Duke on 42nd Street, 229 W. 42nd St., b/t Seventh & Eighth Aves. Tickets at 646-223-3010 or online at newvictory.org.SEETours for Fours: Move It! Art and MotionWhat: Families with 4-year-old kiddies are invited to look, listen, and participate in an interactive program in the MoMA galleries.Why: Go be-four they turn five.When: Sat. & Sun., 10:20-11:15 a.m.Where: The Museum of Modern Art, Education and Research Building, 4 W. 54th St., b/t Fifth & Sixth Aves. (212-708-9805). Tickets at the reception desk beginning at 10 a.m.