Source: Eat Drink Love
During the school year I slack at breakfast time, I’ll admit it. Frozen waffles take over my best intentions with a convenience factor that’s hard to resist. But I always want to do better and be that mom that can have a warm meal ready for my kids in the morning.
I get to redeem myself on weekends, though, so I’m always looking for the best healthy breakfast ideas for kids. Here are some that are a hit in my home, both for fun and nutrition that I keep on hand for the breakfast of my little champions.
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1. Easy Breakfast Casserole Muffins
Source: Thriving Home Blog
My kids love to think they’re having a cupcake for breakfast. These super easy muffins combine the goodness of bread, eggs, ham, and cheese into a meal for kids! Add fruit and some juice and you have a balanced meal that any kids will love!
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2. Teddy Bear Toast
Source: Sassy Dealz
This recipe contains peanut butter, but you can substitute almond butter or Nutella® or another spread that works for you. I love handing over something super cute to my kids in the morning. This one works perfectly for that busy school morning with whole-grain bread, fruit, your choice of spreads, and fun. Use this idea to create other fun toast characters, too!
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3. Strawberry Pancake Dippers with Strawberry Cream Dip
Source: A Day in Motherhood
Pancakes are always a hit with my kids. These dippers contain real fruit and kids love to dip and eat as they like! They’re a lot easier than regular pancakes, too. Kids have the choice to dip into the strawberry cream dip or maple syrup to make their breakfast perfect.
If you’re looking for healthy and delicious, these moist and rich muffins are for you! I like that zucchini is tucked into the dough so that kids don’t even realize they’re eating a vegetable. You could make these into fun shapes for the holidays.
5. Breakfast Banana Split
Source: Eat Drink Love
Now this will get your kids digging into fruit like you have never seen before. Create a fun strawberry sauce over bananas and pile it high with colorful fruit that your kids can’t resist! I love this idea and cannot wait to make it for my kids. Well, for myself… but I’ll make them one too!
Strawberry Granola Frozen Yogurt Bites
Source: Eats Amazing
On any given morning, I’ll find my kids in the fridge looking for their favorite frozen yogurt tube. I know those are crammed with sugar, so I love that these homemade bites will be just as exciting for them without the sugar rush aftermath. With just three ingredients, you can make these and store them for kids to pick up and enjoy. Try alternating flavors with fruit for even more fun!