8 Healthy Breakfast Ideas Proven To Be Kid-Friendly

8 Healthy Breakfast Ideas Proven To Be Kid-Friendly

8 Healthy Breakfast Ideas Proven To Be Kid-Friendly

As opposed to the normal cereal breakfasts your kids always have, you could spice up mornings with these breakfast recipes that your kids will love and might enjoy making with you.

Mini Ham and Cheese Quiches

For breakfast, bake mini quiches or even for brunch using cheddar cheese and ham in muffin pans. You can replace the crust using salad croutons.

Breakfast smoothies

Excellent for a quick breakfast before they run out the door to begin their day, you can make a banana breakfast smoothie using some whole-grain dry cereal or alternatively a granola bar for a breakfast that’ll be filling. Blend with a banana and some yoghurt or milk.

Power Granola

Serve flaxseed with milk or yoghurt in a bowl and top with oatmeal alternatively it can be had by itself as a snack, you can vary the amount of raisins or nuts you add in.

A Breakfast Sandwich

Using a whole-wheat muffin for both halves of the sandwich, spread their favorite jam or jelly on the sandwich, use egg, cheese and ham in the sandwich and there you have it! This sandwich is packed with vitamin B, fiber, calcium and protein so they can start the day with a bang.

Sweet Potato and Pecan Flapjacks

Make the pancakes using sweet potatoes probably mashed or roasted makes for a healthy addition to your normal pancakes. Drizzle butter or maple syrup on top and serve some fresh sliced fruit on the side for a colorful and delicious breakfast.

Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast Burritos

These are quick and easy to make plus they make for a healthy start to the day. Make the burritos themselves, make some eggs, and add cheese and other ingredients you can feel free to add. Roll up the burritos and enjoy.

French toast Casserole

Use French bread that has a soft crust so it’s easier to cut. The kids can put the slices of bread in the egg mixture if they want to help you cook, they can also help you measure brown sugar needed for the recipe. Garnish using fresh slices of strawberry and serve with a glass of milk which could be low-fat or fat-free.

Banana Cinnamon Waffles

Spice up your usual waffle recipe with some cinnamon sugar for a delight to the senses. Drizzle with maple syrup once they are done and add sliced bananas on top for a healthy twist.


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