Mornings are often rushed trying to get kids off to school and get you off to work. But, you know the importance of your child starting the day off with healthy fuel for energy and brain function. If you find yourself in need of some healthy, but fast breakfast ideas, here is your list…
This is a quick, fun idea that offers nutrients and protein fast!
The best of creamy and crunch together in one glorious glass or jar. Just pour the ingredients in and you have a delicious, healthy breakfast. Mother Nature Network has your recipe!
3.Fruit & Oatmeal
If your kid is an oatmeal lover, this is an easy breakfast option. Warm and nourishing, just throw in some blueberries, peaches, or strawberries. You can also add some flaxseed for extra nutrients.
5 Minutes of prep and 5 Minutes to cook = 10 minutes of breakfast glory! Blueberry Pie Oatmeal via Apple of My Eye
4.Yogurt with a Bonus
If you need something a little more grab and go then try yogurt. Open up an individual serving and add some nuts, fruit, seeds, and or honey to the top. Idea via Parenting.com
These require some make ahead time, but you can bake once a week and then store for a fast breakfast later. A recipe to try: Low-Fat strawberry-Cinnamon Muffins via Health.com
These muffins provide 3 grams of protein, 94 milligrams of calcium, and aren’t your typical high-calorie confection. They’re made with fat-free yogurt and low-fat milk to cut back on unhealthy fats.
6.Breakfast Burritos & Tacos
A smaller cousin of the breakfast burrito, the breakfast taco made with reduced-fat Cheddar and egg substitute is a satisfying and healthy breakfast option.
One of the easiest ways to pack in those morning nutrients. Throw in some fruit. Add almond or coconut milk, and some protein via nut butter or powder and you are good to go! From Mango to Berry Blast, RachaelRay has your recipes!
This is another one that you can make once a week and have it already prepared. Kids can eat it alone, add milk, or even put it in their yogurt or parfait. Recipe can be found at CookingLight
Do you have an easy, healthy breakfast idea that kids love? Let’s hear about it in the comments!