15 Healthy School Breakfasts Kids Can Eat on the Go
You don't need to compromise on your child's nutrition in order to make those crazy weekday mornings a little easier. If you're in need of some portable breakfast options that your kiddo can eat while on the go, these are the recipes to consider. Not only are these 15 ideas healthy, but they'll also bring that much-needed convenience to your hectic schedule.
Blueberry Carrot Cake Breakfast Bars
With the addition of granola, these blueberry carrot cake breakfast bars pack a hearty punch.
Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
You only need one bowl to make a batch of these healthy berry breakfast cookies.
Fresh Parfaits to Go
These perfectly packed parfaits to go leave nothing to be desired by your little one on a busy weekday morning.
Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches
Make these hearty breakfast sandwiches whenever you have a free moment and keep them in the freezer for the mornings when you have less than two minutes to grab something fast.
Mini Salmon and Asparagus Frittatas
You don't have to give up a fancy feel in exchange for a quick and portable breakfast. Whip up a batch of these healthy frittatas ahead of time and pop them out of the freezer whenever you're crunched for time.
Double Chocolate Zucchini Muffins
Thanks to the chocolate treat, your kiddos will never know that they're also chowing down on zucchini in these grab-and-go muffins.
Pizza Egg Muffins
Your kids will be obsessed with this take on pizza for breakfast and you'll be thrilled with how easy they are to grab and go.
Cranberry Pecan Banana Bread Muffins
These delicious muffins use yogurt instead of eggs and both you and your child will be pleasantly surprised by the irresistible result.
French Toast Sticks
The strawberry yogurt dipping sauce isn't the only kid-friendly win with this recipe; the ability to freeze and pack for car rides makes this healthy French toast alternative a big win.
Cinnamon Vanilla Breakfast Protein Balls
These tasty bites double as a quick breakfast or satisfying after-school treat.
Blueberry Muffin Breakfast Cookies
Let your kids enjoy the fact that they're technically eating cookies for breakfast while you take advantage of how easy these gluten-free gems are to pass out while on the run.
Oatmeal to Go
Oatmeal to go doesn't have to be boring — if you follow this yummy recipe!
Raw Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Bites
Give your kid an energy boost before school with these portable raw bites.
Frozen Grape and Vanilla Coconut Smoothie
A frozen grape and vanilla coconut smoothie will fill them with nutrients on the way to school before a busy day ahead.
Whole Wheat Zucchini Carrot Muffins
Not only do these vegetable-filled muffins taste great as soon as they come out of the oven, but they also freeze well for a pleasing last-minute breakfast option.