Quick and Easy School Breakfast Ideas

Get your kids out the door and ready for school in a flash, with these quick and easy breakfast ideas. These breakfast staples from USDA Mixing Bowl are healthy, filling, and can be made in 15 minutes or less. Get the full recipes below.

Banana Split Oatmeal

Banana split oatmeal is a spin on an old classic. You’ll need quick oats, salt, water, a banana, and ½ cup of frozen yogurt. Start by making the quick oats according to the directions on the packet. Next, top your ready-made oats with banana slices and frozen yogurt. Banana split oatmeal is a tasty dish your kids will love!

Banana Split Oatmeal Full Recipe


Fantastic French Toast

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This fantastic French toast gets kicked up with the addition of fresh, frozen, or canned fruit. You can top it with your child’s favorite fruits including sliced bananas, blueberries, or strawberries. Get their day off to a fantastic start by trying your hand at this yummy French toast. Get the ingredient list and full recipe below.

Fantastic French Toast Recipe

Fruit Smoothie

Smoothies are great on the go breakfast options. Start by choosing your favorite fresh, frozen, or canned fruits, and throwing them into a blender. This recipe uses a banana, and either fresh peaches or strawberries. Next add an 8 ounce container of low-fat vanilla yogurt and a ½ cup of your favorite fruit juice into the blender. Blend the mixture on high until the drink is smooth, and pour into the cup of your choice. In minutes, your child will have a healthy fruit smoothie that can be sipped on the way to school.

Fruit Smoothie Recipe

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