7 Easiest Breakfast Ideas With Videos For kids



Want your kids to eat a healthy breakfast but they won't cooperate? The research found that people who skip their breakfast are more likely to gain unhealthy weight. Why? It's obvious, that if they do not have something in the morning, they would consume more during lunch.


Why is it such an important meal of the day? Breakfast means “breaking the fast." The last meal your kid had was probably 10+ hours ago. Skipping breakfast can add up a lot to that time. That would make HALF OF A DAY.


Not consuming anything for such a long time can hinder their overall growth as breakfast is an ideal opportunity to intake your daily dosage of vitamins and minerals.


What could be the best way to make them have their breakfast? Perhaps, preparing something delicious every time and catfishing something healthy! Continue reading for 7 easiest breakfast ideas with videos for kids!





7 Quick Breakfast Ideas For Kids


1. Breakfast Sandwich


Who could say no to a sandwich? If you have little time but want to put something healthy on the plate of your toddler, you should definitely try this sandwich recipe. It can be prepared with the ingredients available at your home and still gonna taste super delicious.

Ingredients

  1. Two slices of bread

  2. A few cubes of Paneer

  3. A tomato, sliced

  4. Greens of your choice

  5. Spices (oregano or dried basil)

  6. Cheese

Instructions

  1. In a pan, melt some butter.

  2. Put both slices of bread on the pan. Cook from one side and flip to the other.

  3. On one of the slices, put the paneer, sliced tomatoes, and greens. Sprinkle some spices and put the other slice of bread on top.

  4. Transfer to a plate and serve!

Check out the video of our recipe: Breakfast Sandwich




2. Chia Seeds Breakfast Bowl


Chia Seeds contain a massive amount of nutrients with very few calories. They are loaded with antioxidants, rich fiber, and high-quality protein. This breakfast bowl can be prepared with 3 ingredients, and all three of them are super healthy to consume.

Ingredients

  1. Half a cup of chia seeds

  2. A cup of milk

  3. Sliced fruits of your choice (we suggest frozen mangoes or berries)

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, add some chia seeds and milk. Mix and set aside for 15 minutes.

  2. After 15 minutes, top with some fruits and serve!

Check out the video of our recipe: Chia Seeds Breakfast Bowl




3. Yogurt And Berries Breakfast Bowl


This breakfast bowl can be your kid's go-to breakfast. The right amount of sweetness with the right amount of protein, vitamins, and energy. Plus, it takes only 5 MINUTES to prepare. It's so easy that even if you're busy sometimes, the little one can do it on their own.

Ingredients

  1. Half a cup of greek yogurt

  2. Half a cup of cranberry juice

  3. Muesli, for topping

  4. Brown sugar, for topping

  5. Cranberries, for topping

  6. Blueberries, for topping

  7. Cherries, for topping

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, add Greek yogurt and cranberry juice. Mix!

  2. Top with brown sugar, cranberries, cherries, blueberries, and muesli. Serve!

Check out the video of our recipe: Yogurt and berries breakfast bowl



4. Scrambled Egg Toast


Wanna cook like Gordon Ramsay? Make scrambled eggs inspired by his style of cooking. This recipe helps your toddler achieve their daily requirement of protein, carbs, and fiber.

Ingredients

  1. Two slices of toasted bread

  2. Two eggs

  3. Salt and pepper, to taste

  4. Fresh basil, to garnish

Instructions

  1. Take a bowl and crack two eggs in it. Beat them till the yolk is completely mixed with whites.

  2. Heat a pan and add the egg mixture to it.

  3. Scramble the eggs, and turn off the heat. Scramble the eggs, and turn on the heat. Scramble one last time and turn off the heat.

  4. On a plate, put the toasted bread and top them with scrambled eggs and garnish with basil. Serve!

Check out the video of our recipe: Scrambled Egg Toast


Wanna give your kids home-grown fresh and organic greens every time? Take a look at our greenie. Fun fact! It won't require any maintenance.



5. Green Smoothie Bowl


Green smoothies have the whole fiber content of the food you eat. A bowl of a green smoothie can keep your toddler full for a long time. It is also consumed by people who are on a diet. Each bowl of this green smoothie has 100 calories.

Ingredients

  1. A cup of fresh/frozen mixed berries

  2. Half a cup of banana, sliced

  3. Two cups of spinach

  4. A cup of kale

  5. 1½ cup of oat milk

  6. A tbsp of flaxseed

  7. Two tbsp of nut butter

Instructions

  1. Blend all of the ingredients together in a blender.

  2. Serve in a bowl and top with some muesli, fruits, or seeds. It is now ready to eat!

Check out the video of our recipe: Green Smoothie Bowl



6. Peanut Butter And Banana Toast


Light, healthy, and tasty! These three words are enough to describe this recipe in our Breakfast Ideas for kids. Peanut butter has a lot of protein, healthy fats, and vitamins while banana contains minerals and healthy carbs. What could be a better breakfast than this?

Ingredients

  1. A slice of bread

  2. A tablespoon of peanut butter

  3. Half a banana, peeled and mashed

Instructions

  1. On a slice of bread, evenly spread some peanut butter.

  2. Now, spread the mashed banana and serve!

Check out the video of our recipe: Peanut Butter And Banana Toast




7. Overnight Oats With Walnuts And Banana


Do not have time to prepare breakfast early in the morning? Prepare this overnight oats jar and serve your kids a healthy snack without waking up early.

Ingredients

  1. Half a cup of rolled oats

  2. Half a cup of milk

  3. A banana, sliced

  4. A teaspoon of peanut butter

  5. A fistful of chopped walnuts

  6. Some blueberries

Instructions

  1. Start layering all the ingredients in a jar. First goes the oats, then the milk, then a teaspoon of peanut butter followed by chopped walnuts.

  2. Give them a quick mix and top with sliced bananas and blueberries. Store in the fridge overnight.

Check out the video of our recipe: Overnight oats with walnuts and bananas



Did you like these 7 breakfast ideas for kids? We hope you try these recipes and your kids like their breakfast as much as we like ours.


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