School day breakfast doesn’t have to be boring or difficult. We’ve got a week of delicious, fun breakfast ideas for kids that they’ll just LOVE!
Breakfast Ideas for Kids
We’ve put together a week of healthy breakfasts for kids that they’ll really enjoy eating and can even help out making.
- Monday – Wise Owl Toast
- Tuesday – Breakfast Muffins with Apples & Oats
- Wednesday – French Toast Stars with Ketchup
- Thursday – Cereal Sundae
- Friday – Porridge Toppers
Why is breakfast important for kids?
Kids have really busy little lifestyles and are always on the go – heading off to school for the day without eating anything just wouldn’t be good.
I know my kids need to eat breakfast otherwise it definitely shows in their behaviour – they’re less able to concentrate, they’re more tired and lethargic and much more irritable.
Eating breakfast boosts their energy and gives them nutrients that they’d otherwise just miss out on.
Breakfast Recipes for Kids
Wise Owl Toast
Start the week off right with our gorgeous super cute owl toast.
English breakfast muffins toasted and spread with peanut butter and decorated with fruit.
A healthy, slow burning, protein and vitamin packed breakfast the kids will love.
Breakfast Muffins with Apples and Oats
Everyone loves cake for breakfast and our moist fruit packed muffins topped with oats are easy and totally delicious still warm from the oven.
The muffins only take 30 minutes to make and bake from scratch. I usually grab a shower and get dressed whilst they bake.
I serve these with a glass of ice cold milk.
Eggy Bread Stars with Ketchup Dip
This breakfast is always a big hit at our house – I mean what’s not to love about French toast dipped in ketchup???
And well star shaped ANYTHING is always a good thing… right?
Our yummy eggy bread stars take just minutes to make and I promise you they’ll be a hit with the kids.
Almost like an ice-cream sundae but way, way healthier!
Layers of cereal, yogurt and fresh berries make this breakfast irresistible, for a little added treat try a layer of custard in amongst the cereal.
And of course you can make cereal sundaes with any cereal your kids like – my older kids like muesli but the younger one will only eat these with Cheerios or Rice Krispies.
The good thing about cereal sundaes is the boost of vitamins and minerals that fortified cereals contain.
Porridge need never be boring again!
We’ve got twenty awesome ways to top your porridge from blueberries and maple syrup to bananas and coconut or creamy Greek yogurt with honey.
And lets face it a bowl of oatmeal is way more delicious with added toppings.