Are you usually rushing in the morning to get your kids out of the door?  Looking for quick breakfast ideas without using your stove?

I’ve rounded up 10 kid-approved breakfast ideas. Enjoy!

Instant Oatmeal

Oatmeal paired with fruit and some Agave is a favorite in our house. 

Not to mention oats are a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants.

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Peter Rabbit Organics

Peter Rabbit Organics snacks are ideal for babies 6 months and older, however my toddlers still absolutely love this.

They contain nothing but 100 percent USDA Certified Organic fruit.

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Fruit Smoothies

Smoothies are a tasty treat for your kiddos. Adding Greek yogurt will boost your protein count as well.

Also by adding half an avocado is a good way to get vitamins and nutrients like antioxidants, vitamin B complex, and potassium.

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Rice Cakes, Almond Butter and Bananas

This is a delicious  combination, and although we do use peanut butter, almond butter is slightly healthier than peanut butter because it has more vitamins, minerals, and fiber. 

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Kashi Bars

Kashi contains whole grains and almonds,  4 grams of fibre and is better than most when it comes to sugar.

I always make sure I have one of these bars in my bag and on the go.  

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Hard Boiled Eggs

An egg might be small, but it is packed with essential vitamins and minerals such as potassium, iron, zinc, vitamin E and folate.

This combination makes them very satisfying. 

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Breakfast Burritos

Red’s uses cage free eggs, rBST-free cheese, antibiotic and hormone free meats, tortillas… rolled to get your kids off to a great start first thing in the morning.

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Granola and Yogurt

Granola contains healthy ingredients such as oats, nuts and dried fruit, and it can serves as a tasty topping to your yogurt. 

Not to mention it’s YUMMY!

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Yogurt

This on the go yogurt is a great addition to our morning, 

Yogurt has many health benefits, including bone health and aiding digestion. Some yogurts contain active, living bacteria known as probiotics, which can help keep our kid’s intestines healthy.

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No Bake – Peanut Butter Oatmeal Balls

These oat balls are 3 ingriedents and are absolutely delicious.

I use 1 cup peanut butter, 1/2 cup honey, and 3 cups rolled oats.   Mix all together and refrigrete for 2 hours before serving! Add some dark chocolate chips your kids will thank you – your welcome  –  ENJOY! 

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