Save these kids breakfast recipes for the back to school season. Easy and healthy recipes your kids will enjoy and you can quickly make in the morning or prep ahead.
Kids Breakfast Recipes
My kids eat pretty healthy. This is for two reasons. First, I am a good mom. Second (and most truthful), I will beat those kids to a full bag of chips. Not the individual sized chips. I mean, I will out eat a family-sized bag of Doritos Chips. Because this last fact is scarily true, I can’t buy unhealthy food in our house. I can’t control my own urges. Knowing my own limitations and also, being a good mom, I worked hard to find Kids Breakfast Recipes in preparation for Back to School.
These breakfast recipes are not only recipes the kids will enjoy but also recipes I (the good parent, mother) will enjoy. The ingredients will not make me feel sick, I mean the kids feel sick, at the on-start of the day. Many you can prep ahead over the weekend, and pull out on a weekday morning.
These Easy Baked Oatmeal Cups (The Recipe Rebel) use only four basic ingredients and they’re perfect for breakfast
Bake and freeze our Apple Oat Muffins (Frugal Coupon Living). Microwave and serve with or without butter.
Such a unique breakfast idea, whip up these Strawberry Banana Peanut Butter Toast on a Stick (Peas and Crayons) for a fun back to school breakfast!
Apple Pizzas (Veggie Desserts) are a fun and tasty treat. They’re a great healthy kids recipe for breakfast (or even serve as an after school snack.)
Prepare these Scrambled Egg Muffins (Six Sisters Stuff) ahead, maybe over the weekend. Freeze them and pop them in the microwave each morning.
Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats (Jessica in the Kitchen) are so easy to make! They take 5 minutes to prep, and are made overnight in your fridge!
Cranberry Coconut Chocolate Chip Granola Bars (Eating Bird Food), need a say more?
America’s favorite breakfast is cereal! Toast with a glass of milk and these Kids Breakfast Cereal Bars (I Heart Naptime).
Breakfast burritos are fun, but when they are crispy, they are even better! These Crispy Sausage Egg Breakfast Burritos (Meatloaf and Melodrama) are hearty enough for a kids breakfast. They are also freezer friendly so you can make them ahead of time!
Check out this unique Kids Breakfast Recipe, a Hidden-Egg Bagel Sandwich (Toaster Oven Love). A donut pan and scooped-out bagels make for this fun and mess-free back to school breakfast.
Energy balls are so easy to make. Switch up your Energy Ball Recipes (Bless This Mess) every week – blueberry, chocolate, peanut butter, oatmeal and more!
Twist up the everyday breakfast with kids Pebbles Cereal Sushi Breakfast (Raising Whasians).
Popsicle molds can be for something more than summer snacks. These Milk and Cereal Breakfast Popsicles (In Katrina’s Kitchen) have more ingredients than what’s in their description.
These Funfetti Breakfast Muffins (The Pinning Mama) might have your kids jumping out of bed!
Smoothies are my go to breakfast recipe. My kids always get jealous. I found this Banana Breakfast Smoothie (Marsha’s Baking Addiction) has perfect ingredients for the kids. PS I would sneak in some spinach. Just sayin’!
No one can say no to cookies. Banana Bread transforms into Banana Bread Breakfast Cookies (Mile High Mitts).
Cold, refreshing and good for you, these Frozen Yogurt Granola Cups (The Unlikely Baker) are a bite you can personalize per taste!
Chocolate Croissants? Sneak in a banana with these Banana Hazelnut Stuffed Crescent Rolls (Frugal Coupon Living).
If your kids love guacamole, consider sending them off to school full on Avocado Toast (Spend with Pennies) – so tasty!
The many faces of …. toast. Create a different Animal Face Toast (All She Cooks) every morning of the week!
Don’t forget mom (and dad)! These are some of our favorite High Protein Breakfast Recipes. Pin to Pinterest.
Visit these Simple Breakfast Items for Busy Mornings too. Pin to Pinterest.
Don’t forget the older kids. Save these No Bake Dorm Room Recipes for Breakfast. Pin to Pinterest.
Save these Hidden Vegetable Recipes for Kids. Pin to Pinterest.
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