Are your kids tired of cold cereal for breakfast? I’ve got you covered with quick and healthy breakfast ideas that will keep them energized for a full day at school.
Boy do I miss the school bus!
Mornings with little kiddos can be a challenge – I get it. Trying to get yourself ready for the day while simultaneously setting up your kids for a successful day at school is no easy task. Plus, I don’t know about you, but if you’re in this same boat, I can imagine that this back-to-school season might feel significantly more challenging after a year (or more!) of at-home schooling and wacky routines.
We’re definitely starting to get back into the groove of getting off to school in the morning; it’s been very helpful to have easy breakfasts ready to go that don’t add more stress to our a.m. flow.
Sure, cold cereal works in a pinch (and we certainly eat it plenty!), but I try to mix things up in the morning.
I have rounded up several quick and healthy breakfast ideas that both of my boys enjoy. From banana baked oatmeal to savory egg and cheese cups, you can make many of these breakfasts ahead of time so you don’t have to think twice about what to eat at 8 a.m.
Quick And Healthy Breakfast Ideas For School
This easy Baked Banana Oatmeal is a KERF classic! It’s great to make on prep day and reheat throughout the week. This version baked in a pie dish features an optional peanut butter cream frosting!
These are SO simple (just four ingredients!) and pretty for spring brunches, parties, and a quick and easy option for breakfast and snacks during the week. Note you’ll want to reheat them in a toaster oven so the crust stays crunchy.
These cinnamon raisin baked oatmeal muffins are baked in a single serving muffin cup and easy to reheat and eat for breakfast on busy mornings.
This recipe is packed with nuts, seeds, and coconut and is made without oats, so it’s gluten free. Almond meal, honey, and coconut oil bind it together.
This power toast with banana, peanut butter, chia, coconut, and maple syrup will both energize and satisfy you! It’s ideal as a pre-workout snack or quick breakfast.
These whole wheat blueberry mini muffins are a great healthy breakfast for little fingers! You can make these with fresh or frozen blueberries so you can enjoy them year-round.
Protein-Packed Breakfast Burritos via Fit Foodie Finds
This is meal prep at its finest! Assemble these delicious protein-packed breakfast burritos to have before work or school all week long!
Smoothie Freezer Packs via Lexi’s Clean Living
Smoothies are an easy and delicious way to have a nutritious breakfast QUICKLY. Lexi’s post shares how to prep 30 smoothie freezer packs in less than an hour. Her guide includes five different smoothie and a budget-friendly shopping list. Each smoothie is paleo and vegan and will keep you satisfied until lunch!
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