Back to school Breakfast Ideas

When I taught high school, I remember how my student came to their morning class half awake. They could hardly get out of bed much less eat breakfast. I allowed them to eat in my classroom as long as it was something, somewhat nutritious i.e. fruit. At least then they were getting a little brain power from food.

Everyone knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So why not get your kids excited about going back to school with these breakfast ideas?

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Back to School Breakfast Ideas

No cook berry oatmeal {I’m all for the no cook part!} from Real Mom Kitchen

Pancakes with lots of topping and fillings from Your Home Based Mom

Eggs in your toast from Mindful Mum {my husband claims his mother invented this idea}

Waffle bar from the Wlkes

{I love the sign: You learn something everyday, if you pay attention}

Berry power bars from Simple Bites

Pancake skewers from Cookin Canuck

Pumpkin coffee cake from Crazy for Crust

Mini English muffins from Always Order Dessert. Make them ahead of time and pop one out of the freezer the day of school!

Coconut-infused French toast from Momnivore’s Dilemma

5 minute breakfast burrito from Dairyspot

Back to School Breakfast time capsule from Giggle Galore

 

Great tips and Ideas for quick breakfasts from Her Christian Home

Banana muffins from Live Renewed

Stick this free printable on a muffin topper from Paper Glitter

Breakfast smoothie from Faith

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Listen to your kids’ stomachs… “I am breakfast hear me ROAR!”

 

 

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Thanks for reading,

Karen

 

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4 Responses to Back to school Breakfast Ideas

  1. Thanks for the feature! :)

  2. Annie Dixon says:

    What a great way to start the day and to welcome new students and their families! I will definitely do this! They have cute little waffle stick makers at Kohl’s and it only takes a jiffy to make them! Adding the fruit toppings is nutritious and can lead to conversations about color, eating the rainbow, etc.!

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