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Easy Healthy Breakfast Ideas For Kids {including toddlers or picky eaters!}

There are a few reasons you might be searching for healthy breakfast ideas for kids:

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  • School age kids that need quick and healthy breakfast in the morning
  • Toddlers (can you please eat some protein… please?)
  • Picky eaters
  • Your kids are just plain bored with toast and cereal (like mine!)

There are so many fun options here! Some you can whip up in minutes and some need a little more prep. There are make ahead options too.

PS- Grab a free weekly meal planner and grocery list here!

Fruit Smoothie (with sneaky veggies!)

The key to a tasty smoothie every time is ratios. If you have the right amount of fruit, milk and veggies, it’ll taste good!

Sneak some veggies in a delicious fruit smoothie from Yummy Toddler Food that only takes a few minutes to whip up.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

This is one of my favorite make ahead breakfasts because it’s healthy and the combinations are endless!

Lemons and Zest has combined peanut butter and cocoa powder for a delightfully chocolatey break breakfast.

Cheesy Eggs In The Hole

We all know how fast eggs cook up- make this fun and easy breakfast for your kids that’s toast, eggs and bacon all in one! Grab the recipe here.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Pancakes

This recipe from Peanut Butter and Fitness calls for a specific type of protein powder but you can swap it out with any chocolate or vanilla flavor.

These are also sweetened with apple sauce which makes them pretty darn healthy.

Egg Muffins- 4 Different Ways

Whether you have a picky eater or some more adventurous kids, there is a recipe here for you! Baby Foode has made 4 delicious recipes:

  • Broccoli cheddar
  • Italian
  • Classic
  • Picky eater approved!

Raspberry Almond Chia Smoothie

This smoothie recipe from Delightfule Made is so easy and tasty. No kid will turn down this epic raspberry smoothie!

The chia seeds are a nice protein kick too.

French Toast Roll Ups

These are a bit more labor intensive but the end result is just so dang good. Classic French toast but rolled up and easy to dip!

The Baker Mama has the full tutorial on her website.

Strawberry Oatmeal Bars

Oh, this recipe. Strawberries, oats, cinnamon and sugar… MMM. Grab the full instructions from Chocolate Covered Katie.

Bacon and Spinach Egg Muffins

If you haven’t tried egg muffins yet, prepare to have your mind blown. They are so simple and very quick to make!

You can also customize the add ins to suit your kids preferences. I have one vegetarian in our house and we use veggie meat in hers!

Try this recipe from My Mommy Style.

Light and Fluffy Almond Milk Pancakes

This recipe from On My Kids Plate is so healthy and fluffy! No funky ingredients here. Just the good stuff.

Your kids will love these delicious pancakes!

Soft Baked Chocolate Chip Bars

These are a great breakfast bar and have healthy ingredients like almond butter, oats, flaxseed and bananas. Make them the night before for a super easy breakfast!

Get the recipe from Love and Zest.

Peanut Butter Cheerio Bars

These are awesome. They are so tasty and only have 3 ingredients. Yes, 3!

Check out the recipe from Twin Mom Refreshed.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Overnight Oats

Eat With Clarity has taken a classic PBJ and turned it into something that still satisfies and is healthy!

With peanut butter, jam and added chia seeds and non dairy milk, this is a winner.

More Food Ideas from The Mommyhood Club:

Easy Dinner Ideas for Families {healthy and fast!}

20 Fun Summer Snacks for Kids!

19 School Lunch Ideas for Picky Eaters