Healthy Breakfast Recipe Ideas for Kids

There’s a reason why breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s a source of energy and nutrients such as iron, potassium, calcium, carbs and more which kick-starts everyone’s day, it’s also almost 8 to 9 hours since one’s last meal (that’s why it’s called so, because one is breaking their fast) and also restores the level of glucose in one’s body! Plus skipping breakfast increases the chances of a person being overweight and eating fatty unhealthy food mid-day.

It’s important that kids start their meal with healthy breakfasts because they’ve got a long day ahead of them just like adults.. They’re jumping and playing, swimming and attending extracurricular activities not to miss out the classes in school. It’s imperative that their day start’s with the healthiest of foods such as avocadoes or chia seeds or quinoa which are rich in proteins, fibre and iron. They need these nutrients to keep up, be sharp, attentive in class, perform to the best of their capabilities and enhance their memory.

Milk is always a great way to start but below we’ve mentioned some fun, super quick, deviation from the normal but extremely healthy breakfast ideas for kids. Do give them a try!

1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding

Chia seeds are extremely nutritious as it consists of fibre, calcium and omega 3s. If your kids are bored with the same old flat rice them this is a great replacement! This recipe is perfect for those mothers who want to be prepared with their kid’s menu one night before and don’t like cooking early morning.

Check out the recipe here!


2. Chocolate Chip Banana Oatmeal Muffins

Name one kid who doesn’t like muffins? No? Because there aren’t any kids who don’t love muffins!

This recipe is super healthy because it has been replaced with whole wheat flour instead of the normal flour used to bake along with oatmeal and bananas. You can also just add organic honey instead of sugar in it!


3. Egg Muffins With Peppers and Onions

Instead of having poached eggs or omelettes for breakfast serve your kids these baked egg muffins filled with pepper, onions, tomatoes and top it with ricotta cheese or mozzarella and oregano!

Click here for this recipe


4. High Protein Scrambled Eggs with Quinoa

If you didn’t know this quinoa is the supergrain of the future! It’s rich in protein, it consists of a double the fibre than most grains, not to forget iron and magnesium!  So add this to those eggs you eat for breakfast and make it more healthy!

You can also try quinoa salads mixed with mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes and serve it to the kids for lunch.

To check out the recipe, click here and to watch the video, click here!


5. Smoothie Bowls

This particular bowl screams summer! All that’s required is chucking it frozen fruits, some milk (you can also try almond milk or coconut milk) with chia seeds or flax seeds in it!

Also can always improvise by trying combinations of different fruits your kids love the most.

Click here for the recipe!


6. Stuffed Peppers

If your kids absolutely hate capsicum, lure them into trying the colourful peppers filled with cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, spinach mixed with ricotta and mozzarella cheese!

You can try this recipe too!


7. Avocado Toast

Avocado might be one expensive fruit but they are super super super healthy! They are great for the eyes, they help to improve digestion and it’s a natural detox food too! This can be added to your 2-year old’s meal as well!

Click here for the recipe!


8. Sabudana Khichdi

Sago or Sabudana are pearls rich in carbs and proteins making it heavy and a great breakfast idea!

This one should definitely be on the weekly menu!


9. Granola Parfait

If your kids are bored of having serial and milk every single day. Try serving them granola, yoghurt and fruits for a change!

And you can always improvise! This particular one has raspberries in it. But you can add mangoes, kiwis, strawberries, bananas, pineapples along with some almonds, walnuts, pine nuts in it too!

Click here for the recipe!


10. Breakfast Banana Split

Instead of serving just a simple fruit salad try this super yum banana split for a change. If you don’t want to go for almond butter, just replace it with peanut butter or chocolate syrup and top it with whipped cream! Add chopped almonds, peanuts, walnuts to it if they are fussy about eating dry fruits!

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Let us know what’s your favourite from the lot in the comment box below!

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