By alfat. healthy breakfast for kids. Published at Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 - 21:41:01 PM.
It's so easy to get stuck in a breakfast rut. That's because when you first wake up and can barely keep your eyes open, finding healthy breakfast recipes that are also exciting isn't exactly top priority (no, that would be putting on pants). So instead you settle for something boring and easy, like plain oatmeal or hard-boiled eggs. Sure, it's a little plain, but it fills you up. And that's what's important, right?
The thing is, boring food gets, well...boring. When you get to the point where you can't stomach the thought of choking down another granola bar, turn to one of these 15 ideas. They're among the most-pinned healthy breakfast recipes on Pinterest, because they're yummy, easy, and don't require much actual work in the morning. Pin them now so you always have them on hand when you need inspiration.
Sneak some veggies into your A.M. routine with the help of this avocado- and spinach-filled egg sandwich. Get the recipe here.
A smoothie that tastes like a popsicle is MUCH more exciting than, well, any breakfast TBH. Get the recipe here.
Make this granola ahead of time, then throw it on top of yogurt or eat it with milk like cereal. Get the recipe here.
This is another recipe you can make ahead of time. Cook it up during your weekly meal prep sesh and enjoy it for breakfast every day. Get the recipe here.
Making this pizza is as easy as making a PB & banana sandwich. Except it's pizza. Get the recipe here.
This recipe is Paleo because it uses coconut flour instead of regular flour. And, thanks to the sweet potato, you can top it with savory or sweet ingredients and expect great results either way. Get the recipe here.
These low-carb breakfast muffins are basically just mini frittatas. Which is great. Get the recipe here.
You can make this casserole ahead of time, too. Just be sure to seal it tightly with plastic wrap before you store it in the fridge. Get the recipe here.
These waffles keep it vegan by skipping eggs in favor of canola oil. And that blueberry sauce? It's made from just blueberries and sugar. Get the recipe here.
Perfect when you want to start your day in a Tex-Mex way. Get the recipe here.
Baked French toast (especially this banana- and oat-stuffed version) will always have a place in our mouths. Get the recipe here.
Sweet potato toast is a great, gluten-free way to get your toast fill. Get the recipe here.
Breakfast burritos are a good idea any time of the day. Not just at breakfast! Get the recipe here.
Overnight oats that taste like Pillsbury? Well, if you insist. Get the recipe here.
Because no breakfast list would be complete without a gorgeous smoothie bowl. Get the recipe here.
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