12 Breakfast Recipes Perfect for Kids

SavvyMom September 14, 2020
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Mornings can be rushed and hectic enough without a reminder that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. (But seriously, it is.) Take a deep breath and get inspired by these 12 breakfast recipes for kids. They might take an extra 30 seconds to make, but the kids will eat them. (Isn’t that the goal?) You’ll also find tips and suggestions on how to make some ahead of time, and which ones you can freeze or pack for lunch.

Two-Ingredient Banana Pancakes

banana pancakes

This sweet and simple two-ingredient pancake recipe is perfect for your toddler (or big kid) and will save you time in the morning, as it couldn’t be easier to make. | Recipe here

Everything Autumn Muffins

everything autumn muffins

These muffins taste decadent but they’re mostly made up of whole grains and pumpkin seeds, making them safe to pack into the school lunchbox as well as for breakfast. | Recipe here

Savoury Cheese and Zucchini Muffins

Savoury Muffins

A savoury muffin is a great way to add variety to your breakfasts. Plus, they’re perfect for school lunches, too and a fabulous stand-in for a sandwich. | Recipe here

Toast (With 25 Different Topping Ideas!)

Toast toppings for toddler

If toast is a morning staple in your house, but you gravitate to the same spreads, here are 25 great ideas for you. Because we all could use some inspiration when it comes to topping our toast! | Ideas here

Apple & Peanut Butter Baked Oatmeal

Creamy, dreamy peanut butter. Sweet and tangy apples. A hint of cinnamon and vanilla. Together, they give this oatmeal a distinct dessert-for-breakfast feel. | Recipe here

Four-Ingredient Cheesy Zucchini Bites

One of our favourite breakfasts are these simple and delicious Four Ingredient Cheesy Zucchini Bites. They’ve got cheese, eggs, zucchini, and breadcrumbs, so they’re a complete meal all in one little and very tasty package. | Recipe here

Banana Chocolate Chip Breakfast Cookies

They aren’t super sweet and are loaded with oats, bananas, and flax, all qualities of a delicious breakfast. Plus, they’ve got a good helping of chocolate chips and are nut-free, so they easily double as a crowd-pleasing school snack. | Recipe here

Banana Blueberry Chocolate Chip Muffins

The combination of flavours might strike you as a little odd (blueberries and chocolate?), but we assure you it works. But you can skip the chocolate altogether, use some whole wheat or spelt flour in place of the all-purpose and swap grated lemon zest for the cinnamon if that’s more your speed. | Recipe here

3 Toddler-Approved Smoothies

Smoothies are a really great way to sneak superfoods into your family’s diet, especially a toddler’s since it’s not uncommon for little ones to be picky. We love these simple but nutritious options, and so do our kids. | Recipe here

Spiced Apple and Oat Scones

This spiced apple and oat scones recipe can be made three ways: regular (and wholesome), gluten-free or vegan. All three options are crowd-pleasing. | Recipe here

Zucchini Bread Waffles

This recipe boasts a combination of whole grain and all-purpose flours, a minimal amount of sugar and two full cups of vegetables. And like a lot of traditional zucchini breads, we’ve added mini chocolate chips to the recipe at times. | Recipe here

Banana Berry Smoothie Bowl

While some of the smoothie bowls we see are awfully ambitious, we’ve come up with a simplified version that’s perfect for little eaters and their very busy mothers. | Recipe here

 

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