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10 Nutritious Breakfast Recipes to Keep Your Kids Satisfied Until Lunch

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We all want our kids to start their day with a nutritious breakfast so that they can go about their day with plenty of energy. Try these breakfasts that are both sweet and savory for a meal your kids will love eating and you’ll love serving!

1. Brown Sugar Cinnamon Oatmeal

Bowl of homemade brown sugar cinnamon oatmeal with strawberries.
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

This homemade oatmeal is healthy, nutritious, and filling and it tastes great too! You can have it on the table in just ten minutes. Your kids will love that they can add a variety of toppings to it to make it just a little different every time you serve it!

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2. Acai Bowl

Acai bowl with granola, blueberries, and strawberries.
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

You can have this homemade acai bowl on the table for breakfast in under five minutes, and this is a meal you can feel great about serving your kids. An acai bowl is like a thick smoothie bowl with the toppings of your choice. Acai is full of fiber, healthy fats, and antioxidants to start their day off right. They’ll love adding toppings to your bowl.

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3. Zucchini Chocolate Chip Muffins

Stack of zucchini chocolate chip muffins
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These homemade muffins are easy to make and fun to eat. They are perfect for those really busy mornings where you have to grab something on the run and head out the door. These lightly sweetened muffins are so good the kids might not even realize they are full of veggies! 

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4. Breakfast Board for Kids

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This breakfast board is a meal that your kids are sure to enjoy. You can have it ready in a matter of minutes and the kids can build their own breakfasts with pancakes, sausage, and fruit! Don’t be surprised if they ask you to make this breakfast often!

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5. Peanut Butter Toast

Peanut butter toast topping ideas with different examples.
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

Peanut butter toast is a healthy and easy breakfast that you can have ready in minutes. Peanut butter toast doesn’t have to be boring either, there are so many toppings that you can add to it. Sliced fruit, chopped nuts, and chocolate chips could all be used as toppings for peanut butter toast! 

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6. Breakfast Banana Split

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Tell your kids they are having yogurt banana splits for breakfast and see how quickly they make their way to the table! You will need some bananas, Greek yogurt, granola, and their favorite berries for this delicious morning meal. 

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7. Air Fryer Breakfast Sausage

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Using your air fryer to prepare breakfast sausage  means that it can be cooking while you get lunches packed and kids ready to walk out the door. Cooking sausage in the air fryer only takes about ten minutes and when it’s done it will be crispy and delicious and the kids will gobble it up! 

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8. Vegan Banana Pancakes

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These vegan banana pancakes are sugar free, gluten free, and egg free but they have an amazing flavor that your kids will love. The sweetness of the bananas means they don’t need any extra sugar in the batter, and you can top them with fresh berries, banana slices, or honey for a tasty breakfast the kids will love. 

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9. Overnight Oats & Chia

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If you want a healthy breakfast for the kids that preps itself overnight then overnight oats with chia is the recipe for you. Simply add your oats, liquid and chia seeds to a covered container and refrigerate them overnight. In the morning all you need to do is add your kids topping of choice!

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10. Pumpkin Cranberry Oat Breakfast Cookies

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What kid doesn’t want to have cookies for breakfast? Probably none! You can feel good about these pumpkin cranberry and oat cookies. Lightly sweetened with maple syrup and full of yummy goodies like dried cranberries and flax seeds your kids will love these healthy cookies. 

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