Do you ever get into a breakfast rut where you are making the same thing for breakfast every morning?
We have found that having a solid first meal helped my kids endurance as they did school and the other activities of the day.
Start it right with one of these Hot Breakfast Ideas.
Make a healthy-fat, brain food pizza for breakfast. Smooth mashed avocado over a thin crust and layer with an egg and cheese. Yum – via Espress-O.
This is a great version of eggs in a jar. Get a dozen Mason Jars and you can make these protein packed breakfasts at the beginning of the week and grab the jar on the go every morning – via Paleo Leap.
French toast is a favorite every day, but is especially tasty with fruit on top. Make a peach compote for your french toast. via Totally the Bomb.
Oatmeal is hot, filling and you can add 50 different toppings to make it tasty and fun.
Make waffles out of hash browns. Tasty and hot! Super tasty with an over easy egg on top! – via Step-by-Step recipes.
For another waffle variation, consider cooking your bacon into your waffles – don’t knock it, till you try it! via Meaningful Mama.
These pancakes are healthy – Only two ingredients needed to make these pancakes. Your kids will love them – via Healthy Mama.
So colorful! Cook a sunny side up egg inside a pepper ring – via Apron Strings.
Our Fruit Breakfast Cobbler is healthy, full of whole grains and easy to make ahead of time in single serving portions and freeze.
Pumpkin spice pull apart bread – it doesn’t get any better than this for a fun breakfast treat. via – Willow Bird Baking.
Have you ever made apple filled pancakes? This is a great way to cut down on gluten – but not go completely gluten-free. You will use less batter and won’t need syrup. Dip apple slices into batter and fry. via Beta.
Cook quiches inside mini mason jars and cover them with a crust. This is a great meal to make a big batch of, seal them up, freeze, then thaw the night before for a quick, hot meal – via Cafe Sucrefarine.
So tasty! Seriously, this is one of our favorite breakfasts when I know we’ll have a day full of activity. Bake an egg inside an avocado – via Apron Strings.
Biscuits and sausage gravy – this is our morning comfort food. Here is the classic recipe via Bento Lunch.
Breakfast tarts are SO easy to make and full of protein and veggies – this one has egg and spinach and feta cheese – but you can use a variety of ingredients – via Gourmet Traveler.
Breakfast enchiladas. They are the perfect thing to bring on a breakfast brunch – via Inspired Taste.
Cheesy Potato Breakfast Casserole that you can make ahead of time. We have made this the night before and then popped it into the oven in the morning.
Farmers market eggs. This is a great way to include extra veggies into your kids food – via Beauty Through Imperfection.
Bacon wrapped Cheddar egg muffins. They look awesome making it perfect for a potluck brunch – via Food.com.
Did you know you can make pancakes out of cake batter? We didn’t – via How Sweet Treats.
Don’t have cake box handy and still want a special treat for breakfast? Try Oreo pancakes. Your kids will LOVE them. They are a great fun after-sleep-over treat – via Tasty Kitchen.
Make a layered mini-omelet using a muffin tin, hashbrowns, bacon eggs and veggies. You can make these ahead and reheat for the morning – via Ella Claire Inspired.
What a tasty french toast variation. Smother fruit and cream cheese on a piece of bread and roll it up before cooking – via The Girl Who Ate Everything.
Tell your kids you love them with a cute breakfast of heart shaped French Toast. So sweet! via Happy Hooligans.
Get creative. Have a Pancake House Buffet, with a ton of fun toppings, at home.
Have you tried any of these breakfast ideas yet? Which will you try this week? If you need more ideas try our pancake breakfast ideas!