Easy Breakfast Recipes for Kids

Feed your children and get them out the door in a flash with these kid-friendly breakfasts that take 20 minutes or less. And I’m sure you will love some left over…..

Here: 10 Easy Breakfast Recipes for Kids from Real Simple.

English-Muffin Egg Pizzas
These mini breakfast pizzas will soon become a family favorite. You can hard-cook eggs in advance and store unpeeled in the refrigerator for a week, which will shave off plenty of prep minutes in the morning.

English-Muffin Egg Pizzas

 

Yogurt and Granola Parfait
Layering the ingredients in a pretty glass will make your kids think they’re eating dessert, not breakfast. They’ll get a much-needed dose of calcium and a big energy boost to start off their day.Yogurt and Granola Parfait

 

Prosciutto and Egg Panini
There’s no need for fast-food breakfast sandwiches when you can prepare this upscale version in just 15 minutes. Kids don’t like prosciutto? Substitute salami or ham instead.Prosciutto and Egg Panini

 

Bagel and Cream Cheese With Tomato and Cucumber
Liven up a boring breakfast by creating faces out of healthy ingredients. Better yet, give the little ones an assortment of vegetables and let them play with their food.Bagel and Cream Cheese with Tomato and Cucumber

 

Eggs With Ham, Cheddar, and Chives
Children will gobble up these not-quite-green eggs and ham. It’s much easier to put together than an omelet but packs in the same flavors.Eggs With Ham, Cheddar, and Chives

 

Easy Chocolate Croissants
Yes, you can make croissants in just 20 minutes. You’ll only spend five minutes assembling them from refrigerated crescent rolls and chocolate chips before popping them in the oven to bake.Easy Chocolate Croissants

 

Egg in a Hole With Berries and Yogurt
Kids will love this fun take on eggs and toast. Rounded out with yogurt and fruit, this breakfast is a well-balanced meal.Egg in a Hole with Berries and Yogurt

 

Quick Sticky Buns
These sweet treats have a surprise topping—thinly sliced bananas, along with chopped pecans and melted brown sugar. It’s easy to create individual buns using a muffin tin and pre-sliced refrigerated biscuits.Quick Sticky Buns

 

Farina With Apricots and Almonds
A refreshing change from a bowl of oatmeal, this warm, comforting dish is perfect on a cool morning. The sugar will melt as it comes in contact with the hot farina, creating a delicious syrup that kids will love.Farina With Apricots and Almonds


Let me know which one is your favourite!!!!!!

 

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6 responses to “Easy Breakfast Recipes for Kids”

  1. jenkline75 says :

    YUMMMMM! Those look so good. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Homebake Queen says :

    Oooo wow, what great ideas!! I’m definitely going to try them. My kids would go crazy for the granola parfait… like you said – it’s all about the fancy glass, and thinking they’re eating dessert. Ingenious :-)

  3. lampoondish says :

    oh my, im a grown-up, and they appeal even to me!
    i’ll try some for my office lunches :)

  4. nrhatch says :

    Some of these look terrific! Great reminder to fuel the kids up before they head off to school or on to other adventures.

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