Back to School Breakfasts

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It’s almost time to send our children back to school, preschool, playgroups or other activities. The days have begun to get shorter and soon the early morning wake-up times will be before the sunrise. My girls are not exactly what you would call “morning people”. They need their time to slowly wake-up, get dressed, complain about what they are wearing, throw a fit, change clothes multiple times, brush teeth, drop tooth brush in toilet, hug each other, yell at each other, get their hair brushed, cry about getting hair brushed…you know the basics.

Needless to say there isn’t a lot of time for breakfast in the morning on days we have to be out of the house early. Now that my oldest is starting Kindergarden and won’t be getting anything else to eat until lunch I feel even more compelled to provide healthy and filling meals that will start the day right. Here are some of my favorite recipes that are either quick to make or easy to make the night before and have ready to go for morning. Best wishes for healthy, happy and (hopefully) tear-free mornings!

  1. Apple Berry Oatmeal Bars
  2. Banana Fig Breakfast Tarts
  3. Hole in One
  4. Vanilla Bean Applesauce
  5. Cranberry Pecan Pumpkin Muffins
  6. Rice Pudding with Dried Blueberries
  7. Cinnamon Chia Pudding
  8. Green Eggs
  9. Breakfast Pita Pocket
  10. Vanilla Bean Peach Pancakes
  11. Breakfast Pita Pizza
  12. PB & J Biscuits
  13. Pretty in Pink Pancakes
  14. Banana Crepes
  15. Apple Ring Pancakes

 

Tara is mom to two energetic daughters Bianca and Iyla. Passionate about inspiring others to cook healthy, delicious and allergy-friendly food, she owns Yummy Sprout, which provides healthy culinary adventures through classes and more. Check out yummysprout.com. Tara has been featured in the Wisconsin State Journal and on Channel 3 WISC-TV on topics including “making your own baby food”, “cooking with kids” and “packing healthy school lunches”. She adores living in Madison and all it has to offer family life. Her favorite ways to spend time include messing up her kitchen while recipe testing, running, yoga, writing, painting, traveling and reading books with her girls.

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