Breakfast is an important meal of the day. It provides the energy needed for the long day. Feeding the kids in the early busy mornings before getting out of the home to school is difficult for the moms. It requires little planning and preparations. I created this list based on my son’s favorite breakfast recipes.
1. Oatmeal Banana Muffins
Oatmeal banana muffins are the easy and simple muffin recipe with just 5 ingredients. For the healthier version, you can replace the white sugar with dates. You can bake these muffins in the evening and store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
Check out the recipe for Oatmeal Banana Muffins.
2. Oatmeal Banana Cookies
Oatmeal banana cookies are the healthy and simple cookies that you can bake and store for a week. It is an excellent grab and go breakfast idea.
Check out the recipe for Oatmeal Banana Cookies.
3. Masala Omelette
Masala omelet is a healthy, flavorful and protein-packed breakfast. Kids would love this soft and spongy omelet. Serve masala omelet with fresh fruits or milk or smoothie for a filling and balanced meal.
Check out the recipe for Masala Omelette.
4. Scrambled Egg Cups
Scrambled egg cups are the healthy, filling and protein-packed breakfast. Scrambled eggs stuffed in the crescent cups for a filling breakfast.
Check out the recipe for Scrambled Egg Cups.
5. Frech Toast
French toast is a sweet and delicious breakfast, it is simple to make in just a few mins. Bread slices dipped in the egg and milk mixture and toasted in the skillet.
Check out the recipe for French Toast.
6. Scrambled Egg Sandwich
Scrambled eggs stuffed in the bread slices and toasted until crispy. It is a simple, protein-packed and filling breakfast.
Check out the recipe for Scrambled Egg Sandwich.
7. Banana Puri
Banana puri is a sweet and soft kid friendly breakfast with the overripe banana. You can knead the dough a day before ahead in the evening, store in the refrigerator and make puris in the morning for the quick breakfast.
Check out the recipe for Banana Puri.
8. Egg Dosa
Egg dosa is a healthy and quick breakfast. Egg cooked with the dosa for a filling and protein-packed breakfast.
Check out the recipe for Egg Dosa.
9. Cheese Dosa
Melted cheese on the crispy dosa for a delicious dosa. Kids would love this cheese dosa. Cheese, onion, tomato and bell pepper together taste like a pizza.
Check out the recipe for Cheese Dosa.
10. Ragi Idli
Adding ragi flour to the regular idli batter for a healthy breakfast. It is an excellent way to include ragi in the kid’s diet.
Check out the recipe for Ragi Idli.
11. Bread Omelette
Bread wrapped in the omelet for a filling and protein-packed breakfast. It is easy and simple to make in just a few mins.
Check out the recipe for Bread Omelette.
12. Quinoa Dosa
Quinoa contains a good amount of protein, an excellent protein source for vegetarians and vegans. Quinoa dosa is an excellent way to include quinoa in the kids diet.
Check out the recipe for Quinoa Dosa.
13. Strawberry Orange Breakfast Smoothie
Strawberry orange breakfast smoothie is an easy and refreshing smoothie with strawberries, yogurt, and orange.
Check out the recipe for Strawberry Orange Breakfast Smoothie.
14. Banana Dosa
Banana dosa is a sweet, soft and spongy breakfast with wheat flour and overripe banana. Kids would love this sweet and spongy dosa.
Check out the recipe for Banana Dosa.
15. Banana Paniyaram
Banana paniyaram is an easy, sweet and quick breakfast with the overripe banana. Make this sweet paniyaram batter a day before and store in the refrigerator and make paniyarams in the morning.
Check out the recipe for Banana Paniyaram.
16. Ragi Banana Dosa
Ragi banana dosa is a sweet and gluten-free pancake with ragi flour, overripe banana, and coconut.
Check out the recipe for Ragi Banana Dosa.
17. Banana Oatmeal Smoothie
Banana oatmeal smoothie is a creamy, sweet and filling smoothie with banana, oatmeal, and dates.
Check out the recipe for Banana Oatmeal Smoothie.
18. Oatmeal Chia Seed Energy Balls
Oatmeal chia seed energy balls are the excellent grab and go breakfast option. Oats, chia seeds, dates, and almonds together keep the kids feel fuller and energetic for a longer time.
Check out the recipe for Oatmeal Chia Seed Energy Balls.
19. Chickpea Dosa
Chickpea dosa is a filling and healthy dosa for the growing kids. Chickpea is a good source of vegetarian protein.
Check out the recipe for Chickpea Dosa.
20. Date Nut Bread
Date nut bread is a sweet and moist bread dates, oats, wheat flour, and walnuts. It tastes just so delicious, you can make ahead and store in the refrigerator for the upcoming busy weekdays.
Check out the recipe for Date Nut Bread.
21. Quinoa Muffins
Quinoa muffins are the sweet and healthy muffins with banana, oats, quinoa, and eggs. These muffins freeze well for up to a month. Whenever required, pull out the muffins from freezer and heat in the microwave or conventional oven before serving.
Check out the recipe for Quinoa Muffins.
22. Dates Milkshake
Dates milkshake is a healthy and energetic breakfast with only 2 ingredients. Kids would love this sweet drink.
Check out the recipe for Dates Milkshake.
23. Homemade Granola Bars
Granola bars are easy to make at home with only 5 ingredients in just a few mins and stays good for a week. It is an excellent grab and go breakfast option for everyone.
Check out the recipe for Homemade Granola Bars.
24. Ragi Porridge
Ragi porridge is a sweet, filling and healthy breakfast. Ragi flour cooked with the milk, sweetened with the sugar or jaggery and topped with dry fruits.
Check out the recipe for Ragi Porridge.
25. Ragi Banana Bread
Ragi banana bread is a sweet, moist and gluten-free banana bread with ragi flour and oats. Kids would love this sweet bread.
Check out the recipe for Ragi Banana Bread.
26. Spinach Banana Pancake
Spinach banana pancake is a sweet, soft and fluffy pancake with banana and spinach. You can serve this pancake as it is without any sides.
Check out the recipe for Spinach Banana Pancake.