We’ve all heard it before, breakfast is the most important part of the day. If you’re like me, you will have felt that niggling feeling that Cheerios and Milk is just not suitable for the kids.
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Here are 5 Breakfast Recipes that aren’t pancakes and that make your morning routine a breeze. On the healthy side – these recipes help your kids be well placed for the day ahead.
We’ve tried all these recipes at home and our kids love them!
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Scrambled Egg Breakfast Muffins
Get the recipe on Six Sisters’ Stuff
These Scrambled Egg Breakfast are so easy to make. Seriously – it doesn’t get any easier than this. Because you’re using muffin tins, you can add and removing anything according to what your family enjoys. Wanna know the best part? You can pack a couple into the kids’ lunch boxes too! #winner!
Ham and Egg Breakfast Cups
Get the recipe on Family Circle
This one is another keeper. You can even use bacon, if that’s what you’re in to, because… let’s face it, who’s not? We didn’t do the hash brown recipe, because we get ready made hash browns from the supermarket. I want to make my life easier… not harder.
Healthy 3 Ingredient Savoury Cheese Scones
Get the recipe on The Big Man’s World
This recipe got me at “3 Ingredients”. Like I said, I want my life easier. Wayne prefers his the Queen’s Way… Drop Scones with jam and cream. Not me though. I love savoury scones!
This is such an easy base recipe. It’s so versatile – you can add anything you want to it… bacons, onions, feta cheese… the possibilities are endless.
Bonus tip: They freeze well and the children love it in their lunchboxes.
Heavenly Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal
Get the recipe on Oh She Glows
Just look at that. Yes… it is heavenly. If you like Carrot Cake, you’ll love this. It get up in the morning, mix it all in, and pop it in the oven. By the time the crew is down for breakfast, you can smell it wafting through the house, and it’s ready.
Bonus Tip: You can make this the night before and reheat it. It’s also good served cold.
Ham and Cheese Puff Pastry Bake
Get the recipe on Wonky Wonderful
I love puff pastry. It’s something that I definitely have in my freezer at all times. You can stuff it with anything you like, bake it in the oven, and out pops a wonderful meal that looks like you’ve been slaving away in the kitchen.
These Ham and Cheese Pastries are super easy to make! I’ve made so many different variations like Pizza Puffs (using just pepperoni, cheese, and your favourite pasta sauce; Spinach and Cheese (a great way to get the kids downing those green veggies).
Bonus Tip: These definitely go down well in the children’s lunch boxes.
So there you have it. 5 Super Easy Breakfast Recipes to try. The ingredients are also light on the pockets… so I guess I know what you’ll be serving for breakfast tomorrow!