I don’t know about you, but after all of these months cooking at home, I’m ready to hand off the responsibility. With school starting, it’s the perfect time to teach kids how to cook. Here are some quick breakfast ideas for kids that they can make all by themselves!
Quick Breakfasts Kids Can Make
Easy Breakfasts Kids Can Make
Whether your kids are doing virtual school or attending in person, these quick breakfast meals for kids help everyone start the day off right. These easy breakfast recipes for kids are perfect so parents can get a break from cooking.
Start any school day off right with this Breakfast Parfait Bar. With a variety of cereal, granola, almonds, and fresh fruit, it’s an easy and delicious breakfast that the kids will enjoy making themselves!
This healthy strawberry banana smoothie is the perfect simple smoothie choice for breakfast or a snack - and it's so easy for kids to just dump everything in the blender. With hidden broccoli you won't even taste, banana, yogurt and frozen strawberries this is so good you'll want to have it every day.
This chocolate peanut butter smoothie is the perfect chocolatey breakfast choice - and it's so easy for kids to just dump everything in the blender. With spinach, avocado and two types of (unsweetened) chocolate this is a chocolate smoothie that's 100% good for you!
These overnight oats are basically a no-cook method of making oatmeal/porridge. Instead of heating oats on the cooker top (or microwave), you soak the oats overnight in milk. This allows the oats to absorb the liquid to produce a creamy pudding-like porridge.
These overnight oats are made with rolled oats, any sort of milk, and some ground seeds for an extra creamy texture without any extra work. A fast, nutritious and filling breakfast, with endless flavor variations!
Kids can prep these apple cinnamon overnight oats the night before, or even as part of a homeschool lesson, then grab one for breakfast in the morning! It's easy to customize the spices, and the apples make it feel like a treat for breakfast!
These chocolate overnight oats are made the night before so that they’re ready as soon as you wake up. They even travel well so they make a perfect, delicious breakfast on the go! A great recipe for kids to make (mostly) on their own as no cooking is required.
This easy Instant Pot Oatmeal with Chocolate recipe will produce glorious, chocolate-y oatmeal that is perfect for easy breakfast all year round. Kids can mix everything together in one bowl before adding it into the Instant Pot and cooking. Can be prep ahead ans eaten all week.
This super easy microwave banana oatmeal recipe is my toddler's favorite breakfast. It's delicious but nutritious, too, and all it takes to make it is tossing a few ingredients into a bowl and then popping it in the microwave!
A quick and super-easy breakfast that kids can stir together in just moments (at the very last minute before serving, or the night before)!Loaded with keep-you-full fiber and protein, they’re incredibly nutritious, decadently delicious!
An easy, fuss-free recipe for overnight steel cut oats with little prep and short cook time. Kids will love helping to set them up to soak, then drain and quickly cook the next morning before adding their favorite mix-ins & toppings.
This Bagel Toad in a Hole breakfast is an easy recipe kids can make on their own using either the stove or microwave. Made to look like a flower with an egg in a hole bagel middle, fruit (pineapple and raspberry) petals and a green onion stem, this healthy vegetarian recipe is a fun and simple breakfast or brunch.
An easy recipe for English muffin breakfast sandwiches that you can make ahead of time for yummy on-the-go breakfasts. Have your kids help prep each ingredient (eggs, bacon & toast) then have fun assembling each sandwich and wrapping it up for everyone to eat later.
Delicious still warm freshly made wholemeal bread with scrambled eggs on top. The warm bread is warmed up in the air fryer first so that it resembles toast and then the scrambled eggs is cooked and served on top.
There’s no better way to start the morning than with these easy & delicious Texas Breakfast Kolaches! They’re little bundles of fresh bread stuffed with eggs, hash browns, sausage and cheese then baked to a golden brown. Think of them as pigs in a blanket for breakfast!
This Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes Recipe is full of amazing fall flavor! To make these everything goes into one bowl before being cooked. Just the thing for easy weekday breakfasts, lazy Sunday brunches, and as breakfast for dinner.
Light, fluffy, and incredibly delicious, these healthy blender Oatmeal Waffles will make any breakfast complete! They are made with WHOLESOME ingredients, without REFINED SUGARS. Super simple and taste amazing.
This quick and simple breakfast recipe is sure to seriously upgrade your morning pancake routine. Make these oven-baked pancakes any time you want delicious, fluffy pancakes for breakfast without all of the work. Give your kids cookie cutters and let them turn pancakes into their favorite adorable shapes for an extra kid-friendly brunch!
Pumpkin Muffins with Chocolate Chips are an easy treat perfect for anytime of the day! These quick chocolate chip muffins are at the top my list for family friendly fall recipes and are a great introduction for young bakers.
Healthy no-bake peanut butter oatmeal protein bars are packed with fiber, protein, and healthy fats to keep you full and satisfied. These breakfast bars for kids use ten clean ingredients, and the pickiest of eaters won’t even realize these protein bars are healthy!
Cranberry Almond Energy Bites are a no-bake energy bite that are easy to make and even easier to throw in your bag for a quick, healthy snack or treat. Oats, chopped almonds, dried cranberries, almond butter, honey, chia seeds and cinnamon are mixed together to create a sweet, delicious bite.