17 Easy Breakfast Recipes & Ideas for Kids
Goooood Morning! Speaking of mornings… mornings are about to get a little more hectic with school starting up again! It is pretty important to make sure everyone gets a good breakfast to start the day off right. Cold cereal with enough fiber, protein, low sugar, and whole grains can be a good and easy option, especially when you get it discounted (cereal coupons)! Add chia or ground flax seeds for extra fiber. Even though my kids LOVE cereal, it’s good to mix it up our breakfast options every once in a while. And I often ask myself, “What are good breakfast ideas for kids?”. Well we can all stop asking that question because we’ve gathered up some of the best, yummiest, and healthiest breakfast recipes that you and your kids can enjoy all school year long! My favorites are the ones that can be made ahead and freeze. Frozen pancakes and waffles can easily be popped into the toaster for a quick meal! Add a side of fruit to your breakfast for even more nutrition and fiber! Enjoy these kid-friendly breakfast recipes that will get you and the kids energized and back to school!
These pancake squares are so wonderful and divine. Your kids will love them. You will love them. And you can whip them up in 30 minutes.
I love all the health benefits of eggs. But plain scrambled eggs can get boring really fast. So try this omelet roll-up instead. It is flavorful and I bet even your picky eaters will enjoy it.
Pancakes are awesome. And it is even more awesome when we can disguise healthy things like whole wheat in our pancakes. Check out this EASY whole wheat blender pancakes recipe to enjoy a healthy and delicious back to school breakfast.
Our family loves yogurt parfaits for breakfast. They are so easy and everyone can make mix and match to their tastes. I also love making this healthy homemade granola to add into our yogurt. Feel free to add of course strawberries, bananas, raspberries, or really anything of your choice.
If your family are hashbrown fans like my family, then you will love this tater tot breakfast casserole. It is simply delicious and easy to make.
This berry croissant bake is packed with fresh flavors. It is a fun recipe that is actually SO EASY to make.
Breakfast burritos are another family favorite over here. We also love freezing these so that we can eat them on-the-go.
This make ahead coffee cake does take some planning, but you probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry. It makes a delicious and definitely kid-friendly addition to our back-to-school breakfast recipes list.
Muffins make a perfect breakfast option for kids, especially these healthy oatmeal muffins. You can freeze them for later or gobble them up all in one morning.
I love waffles but I love these banana quinoa waffles more because they are so healthy and yummy! I am sure your kids won’t even recognize the quinoa.
12. German Pancakes
Another family favorite recipe in our home. German pancakes, dutch babies, or hootenannies (whatever you call them) make such a great breakfast for kids.
Cinnamon bread used to be a delicacy around here. Not anymore with this great homemade cinnamon swirl bread, you can whip these bad boys up in an hour and enjoy them for a couple of days. (But let’s be real, they will be gone in seconds). Serve these to your kids for breakfast as a fun treat to celebrate finishing the week of school.
Oh zucchini, my good friend. Our family loves eating these healthy zucchini muffins for breakfast. I love freezing them and my kids can grab them as they are running off to school or they can add them into their cold lunch.
Okay, another family favorite. We really love egg sandwiches over because they make such a kid-friendly, healthy breakfast option for everyone.
16. Hard-boiled eggs
Hard boiled eggs are another great idea for a healthy breakfast for kids. You can make them at the beginning of the week and your egg-loving kids can grab one for breakfast and enjoy.
There you have it! Breakfast is now served! Enjoy these breakfast ideas for your kids that will get the them right out of bed. Let us know which one is your favorite! And feel free to share your favorite homemade, easy, or healthy breakfast recipes for your kids.
We also have 40 ideas we came up with for school lunches too! Check it out!