Dry cereal and a glass of milk.
Whole wheat bagel with peanut butter, half a banana, and a glass of milk. This one actually hits all four major food groups!
French toast sticks and orange juice. The good thing about French Toast sticks is that they’re thicker, can be eaten by hand, and are perfect for dipping.
Strawberries dipped in yogurt.
Breakfast Pizza- Make mini breakfast pizzas with ready-made crust, scrambled eggs, and cheese, Or, just roll all those ingredients up into a soft taco and make breakfast burritos.
Breakfast Snack Mix- Throw some granola, almonds, raisins, dried fruit, dry cereal, or just about any other healthy bite-size bits into a baggie, shake it up, and let your child go wild.
Smoothies made with yogurt and fresh fruit.
One thing to keep in mind, breakfast does not have to consist of actual breakfast foods. If your child wants leftovers from the night before, a sandwich, or something else that seems unusual, as long as it’s healthy, go for it. If you have any great fast and healthy breakfast ideas to add to this list, I’d love to hear them!