Bartlett Pear Muffins
These Bartlett pear muffins are an incredibly easy and portable breakfast for busy mornings. Bake the night before for grab and go mornings.
Blueberry Oatmeal Smoothie
Photo credit: Shareba of In Search of Yummyness
To make your breakfast more filling, combine oats, blueberries, Greek yogurt, and ground flaxseed to make a thick, creamy and very filling blueberry oatmeal smoothie that will keep even the most active kids fuelled up until lunchtime.
Sweet Potato Toast
Photo credit: Sam from It doesn’t Taste Like Chicken
While the concept might sound rather odd, sweet potato toast could be a super fun, filling way to have sweet potatoes in the morning with minimal prep. Simply slice sweet potatoes into slabs and toast! Sam from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken breaks down her favourite flavour combinations for this trendy breakfast and shows you in a quick video how she makes it!
Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowl
Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowls are so easy to make. You can customize them any way you like. You can make your own granola, or use store-bought granola for ease. Top with cantaloupe or other fruit to make your breakfast suit your taste buds.
You can spread cream cheese on toast and add your favourite fruits! Smoothie bowls are also a great way to essentially have healthy ice cream for breakfast. Add sliced kiwi on top with granola or your favourite add-ons for a fun and easy morning breakfast. You can also make and freeze pancakes ahead of time, toast them in the morning and add chopped up kiwi on top! Topping cereal with fruits is also a great way to incorporate more nutrition for breakfast.
Mixed Berry Bran Muffins
Photo Credit: Jennifer from Seasons and Suppers
Store-bought muffins aren’t as cost effective or as tasty as homemade muffins—plus you can control the ingredient list yourself! Incorporate bran and tons of fruit in these mixed berry bran muffins from Seasons and Suppers for a breakfast great for everyone in the family!
Strawberry Overnight Oats
The easiest breakfasts are the ones that require no work in the morning! Make strawberry overnight oats the night before and serve as a delicious, filling breakfast in the morning.
Carrot Cake Granola
Photo credit: Lisa from The Viet Vegan (formerly Je suis alimentageuse)
Customize with your favourite fruits to suit your kids’ tastes—different fruits for different days are a fun way to incorporate more fruits into your kids’ morning routines.
Fruits don’t have to dominate breakfast! Make carrot cake granola and serve with milk or your favourite milk alternative, yogurt, or on top of a smoothie.
This creamy nectarine smoothie is a perfect way to sneak in some extra fibre and fruit for breakfast! With only 5 ingredients, this breakfast is incredibly simple to whip up.
Freezer-Friendly Turkey Sausage and Avocado Breakfast Sandwiches
Photo credit: Taylor from The Girl on Bloor
For a more savoury breakfast, you can serve these breakfast sandwiches for dinner one night and freeze for breakfasts on another day. Red bell peppers, spinach, and avocado are all great for this savoury breakfast sandwich!