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School Fuel! 8 Morning Muffin Recipes Kids Will Love

May 10 2015 - 3:59am

If your mornings are anything like ours, they probably involve lots of chaos and a mad breakfast dash [1]. But make one of the following morning muffins in advance, and you can be assured your kids will won't go to school hungry. From a muffin that tastes just like a jelly doughnut to healthier versions loaded with berries and even some savory ingredients, these muffins make for a great grab-and-go breakfast so easy your kids can even eat them in the car!

Jelly Doughnut Muffins

What2Cook's jelly doughnut muffins [2] might not be the healthiest breakfast option, but your kids will appreciate the splurge!

Source: What2Cook [3]

Raspberry Chocolate Chip Muffins

Sally's Baking Addiction's raspberry chocolate chip muffins [4] balance out decadent dark chocolate with healthy and yummy fresh raspberries.

Source: Sally's Baking Addiction [5]

Strawberry Muffins

Like Mother Like Daughter's bakery style strawberry muffins [6] use fresh strawberries, limited sugar, and a sweet crumb topping.

Source: Like Mother Like Daughter [7]

Lemon Blueberry Muffin Bread

Who says muffins have to be muffin-shaped? Eat, Live, Run's lemon blueberry muffin bread [8] is easy to make and slice up for your little ones.

Source: Eat, Live, Run [9]

Ham and Cheese Muffins

Protein, dairy, and whole grains in one easy-to-serve dish? These ham and cheese muffins [10] from Weelicious [11] combine it all and can even be made in advance, frozen, and defrosted as needed, each morning!

Source: Weelicious [12]

Cinnamon Muffins

The Curvy Carrot's cinnamon muffins [13] are the perfect Fall breakfast, complete with a cinnamon swirl filling and a cinnamon streusel topping.

Source: The Curvy Carrot [14]

Blueberry Lemon Muffins With Cinnamon Sugar Topping

Your kids will probably ask for seconds after they try Marshalls Abroad's lemon yogurt muffins [15]. Fresh blueberries and lemon zest add fresh flavors, Greek yogurt makes them moist, and the cinnamon and raw sugar on top gives them a sweet crunch.

Source: Marshalls Abroad [16]

Feta and Olive Oil Muffins

Adventurous eaters and lovers of all things savory will love this recipe! Leaving the butter behind — and using olive oil in its place — Cat Cora's created a lighter and healthier, version of some sweet cakes for hungry kids. These feta and olive oil cakes [17] don't require much baking time so they can be quickly prepared in the morning or the night before.

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