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7 Kid-Friendly Breakfast Recipes

By Nellie's Kindness Crew

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Catering to the kids can be a challenge, especially on those early mornings. Sometimes, inviting them into the kitchen to help whisk eggs or roll out dough means you get food on the table that they'll actually eat (I helped!). These breakfast recipes are here to help you accomplish just that.

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1. Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Muffins

Anything in muffin form is pretty much guaranteed to be kid-approved, even by the pickiest of eaters. These egg muffins are fluffy and cheesy, making them the perfect solution for mornings when it feels like you're all racing to get out the door. Kids can help whisk the yummy egg mixture together and carefully pour it into muffin tins before baking.

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2. Instant Pot French Toast Casserole

This is one of those breakfast dishes that always gets devoured in seconds...by both kids and grownups. You can make it in your Instant Pot, which means it's pretty much hands-off and takes under half an hour to cook. If it's a slow Saturday morning, you can top the casserole off with the optional praline streusel topping (let the little ones help crumble it over the top) and vanilla icing for a meal that the kids will ask for every weekend.

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3. Ham and Cheese Brunch Bake

This brunch bake is like a perfect checklist of every ingredient you need to fuel the kids for the day while keeping them interested: crispy hash browns, fluffy eggs, diced ham, and fresh tomatoes (the kids can help sprinkle over the toppings before you pop open the oven). The egg mixture is extra creamy, so even kids who turn away sunny-side up eggs or omelets will love this one.

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4. Baked Banana French Toast Sticks

Everyone has a sweet tooth now and then, but it's easier than you think to make a healthier version of those classic sugary breakfasts that kids love. These French toast sticks contain no added sugar, but thanks to the natural sweetness of the bananas, the kids won't even notice! Make your life easier by having your little ones help dip the bread into the mixture while the oven preheats. You can even make a big batch to freeze for a quick breakfast that's suited both for slow Saturdays and hectic Mondays.

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5. Make Ahead Breakfast Burritos

Busy moms and dads know how hard it can be to get a nutritious meal on the table on a weekday morning. Now add picky palates to the mix, and breakfast feels almost impossible. Breakfast burritos to the rescue! They can be made in big batches and frozen ahead of time, so all you have to do in the morning is throw a few into the oven. Kids can even carry them to the bus stop or snack in the car on the way to school, and you can pack one to pop in the microwave at work.

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Think of a cookie bar as the toaster pastry's cousin. These are layered with natural strawberry preserves, but you can mix things up and give the kids a chance to pick their favorite fillings at the grocery store. They're just the right level of sweetness with a base of whole wheat flour to help get those whole grains in early.

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7. Instant Pot Frittata Breakfast Casserole

Veggies for breakfast? It's not as crazy as it sounds. In fact, you can make it a reality in your Instant Pot while the kids roll out of bed on a school day. Between the white cheddar and fluffy eggs, they might even ask for this veggie-filled frittata again tomorrow!

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