Microwave Granola

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Chocolate Banana Breakfast Popsicle

Chocolate Banana Breakfast Popsicle

The simplest way to amp up your morning to an eleven.
RECIPE
INGREDIENTS
2 Bananas, Peeled and frozen

2 tbsp cocoa powder

2 tbsp vanilla yogurt

2 tbsp oatmeal

2 tsp chia seeds

Berries

Additional vanilla yogurt

LET’S GET COOKING…
In a food processor blend the bananas, cocoa, yogurt, oatmeal and chia until smooth and ice cream-like. In a separate small bowl add a handful of berries and crush with a fork.

To assemble, layer the banana mixture into popsicle moulds coming half way to the top. Tap on the counter to ensure this layer is level and there are no air bubbles. Layer the berries in each mould and then finish with any remaining vanilla yogurt. Stick the popsicle stick into the centre of each mould and freeze for 2 hours.

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Breakfast Banana Split

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Kids Friendly Power Breakfast To Go

Want a healthy breakfast that you can take with you on the go? There are tons of ways you can serve your kids a powered-packed breakfast and still get the out the door in time!

 

The 15 BEST power breakfasts for kids -- healthy, delicious and the best part is they're PORTABLE!

The 15 BEST power breakfasts for kids -- healthy, delicious and the best part is they're PORTABLE!Breakfast is by far my favorite meal of the day. I love that breakfast sets the tone for the whole day. What you eat for breakfast can impact your energy, focus and ultimately your mood. And while the is true for everyone, I think it’s something to consider specifically with kids. You want your kids to feel their absolute best when they head off to school or daycare and feeding them a nutritious breakfast can lay the foundation for how well they function throughout the day.But what happens when we’re just so busy or our morning completely escapes us and we simply don’t have time to make a sit down breakfast? I totally get that; everyone is busy and oftentimes it’s easier to reach for the pre-made packaged foods. But that doesn’t have to be the case.

Today I want to show you 15 power breakfast ideas that are nutritious, delicious and totally portable! Some you make the night before, others you can pull out of the fridge/freezer and make using your muffin tin, and the rest take just a few seconds in the blender. Each of these power breakfasts will fuel your kiddos, give them energy and most importantly they’re going to love them. So let’s dive in!

Carrot Cake Quinoa Breakfast Cookies from Simply Quinoa

Vegan Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies - a power packed breakfast; kid-friendly and perfect for on-the-go

Breakfast Egg Cups from Dessert Now, Dinner Later

Breakfast Egg Cups -- easy to make and loaded with veggies, perfect for kids!

Chocolate Banana Overnight Oats from Eating Bird Food

Chocolate and Banana overnight Oats with Cacao Nibs - a healthy, power-packed breakfast that's perfect for when you're on the go and have zero time!

Customizable Protein-Packed Oatmeal Cups from The Healthy Maven

Protein Packed Oatmeal Cups -- plus easy ideas for customizing the flavor! These are perfect when you're on the go AND they're totally kid-friendly!

Easy Quinoa Breakfast Bars from Simply Quinoa

Simple Quinoa Breakfast Bars with coconut and chocolate chips -- easy, portable and SUPER healthy!

Power Gold Smoothie from Super Healthy Kids

Power Gold Smoothie with carrots, pineapple, orange juice AND protein-packed greek yogurt!

Apple Sandwiches with Almond Butter + Granola from Garnish with Lemon

Apple Sandwiches make for a great kid-friendly breakfast! They're quick, easy and super portable!

Herbed Quinoa Breakfast Wraps from Simply Quinoa

Herbed Quinoa Breakfast Wraps -- like a healthy version of a breakfast burrito, packed with protein and totally portable. Kid-friendly too!

No-Bake Healthy Breakfast Fruit Tarts from Chelsea’s Messy Apron

These NO-BAKE fruit tarts are a healthy, portable breakfast that are packed with nutritious ingredients!

Warm Banana Roll-Ups from Super Healthy Kids

Warm Banana Roll Ups - a healthy, on-the-go breakfast recipe that your kids will absolutely LOVE!

High-Protein Vanilla Chia Pudding from Simply Quinoa

High Protein Vanilla Chia Pudding -- 18g of protein per serving WITHOUT the use of any protein powders!

Maple Almond Breakfast Smoothie from Super Healthy Kids

Maple Almond Breakfast Smoothie. Maple + Almond is a match made in smoothie heaven!

Healthy Carrot + Apple Breakfast Cookies from My Fussy Eater

Healthy Carrot, Apple + Banana Breakfast Cookies - they're totally kid-friendly but also portable AND healthy!

Flourless Sweet Potato Blender Muffins from Healthy Happy Mama

Flourless Sweet Potato Muffins....made in the blender! These would make for such a great healthy, portable breakfast for the kids!

Overnight Strawberry Steel Cut Oats from The View from Great Island

Overnight Strawberry Steel Cut Oats -- easy to prepare and ready for you when you wake up in the morning!

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Breakfast Bread Bowl

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Eggie in a Basket

RECIPE

V FOR VENDETTA | INSPIRED RECIPE FOR EGGIE IN A BASKET

INGREDIENTS

  1. 1 Loaf of Multigrain bread
  2. Melted butter for brushing
  3. Brie
  4. Wild blueberries
  5. Eggs (preferably free range organic)
  6. Salt
  7. Maple Syrup

STEPS

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees and lightly grease a muffin tin.
  2. First, cut the crusts off your bread (each nest will need two pieces of bread so budget accordingly). Using a rolling pin flatten the bread out and then gently place into the muffin tin pressing down trying not to tear holes in the bread. Use two pieces to a tin trying to create a cup shape. Then brush a little butter on the edges and inside of the bread so it doesn’t burn. Add about half a tablespoon of small blueberries to each cup as well as half a tablespoon of the cheese.
  3. Break an egg into a separate container so that you can ensure the yolk doesn’t break, then preciously pour in into a bread cup reserving some of the white so that your bread cups don’t over fill. Do this for each bread cup. Sprinkle salt on top of each yolk.
  4. Place egg cups into the oven and let bake for 15 minutes. If you don’t like runny yolks leave in for another 5 minutes.
  5. Serve a drizzle of maple syrup. Then enjoy my favourite part which is cracking the yolk and letting it get messy all over the plate before you gobble it down.

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Apple Puffed Pancake

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