These healthy kids breakfast ideas are quick and easy to make and the perfect way to start a busy day full of learning! And these ideas aren’t just for kids; the quick breakfasts are a great way to nourish the entire family. Whether you need a toddler breakfast idea, a nutritious breakfast for picky eaters (that they’ll love and actually eat), or an easy meal that older kids can quickly make, this list of 27 ideas is for you!

Breakfast options: banana peanut butter toast, muffins, breakfast cookies, yogurt bowls, pancakes, and eggs in a basket.
A healthy and quick breakfast your kids will love! So many options to keep on rotation for the entire family.

Busy weekday mornings are always hectic, but getting everyone ready and out the door for school on time? Now we’re talking pure chaos. 

It can be too easy to grab an unhealthy, packaged breakfast, run through a drive-through, or even skip breakfast all together. None of these options are ideal for your young learners to power through a morning at school.

Highly processed breakfasts (which lack real nutrients: fiber, healthy fat, and satiating protein) spike a child’s blood sugar, leading to a crash and tiredness, hunger, the inability to focus, and irritability.

Instead of something highly-processed, add these easy breakfast ideas to your weekday menu. Serve a nourishing and healthy breakfast to your kiddos and yourself. 

Many of these recipes are great replacements for the highly-processed meals that kids love, but they’re made with simple ingredients that will nourish and sustain their energy levels.

  • The recipes are made with simple ingredients.
  • Many of the recipes are make-ahead breakfasts, saving time during the busy weekday.
  • If you are extra short on breakfast time, some of the ideas can even be eaten on the go. 
Easy breakfast items on a counter: hard-boiled eggs, strawberries, muffins.
Quick, easy, healthy, family-friendly, and easy to prep in advance!

What Makes These Ideas Great for Breakfast?

  • Quick and Easy: Time and energy are not something we have an abundance of on busy mornings. All of these breakfasts are on the table in minutes with very little effort from you.
  • Healthy: These healthy breakfast recipes are full of protein, fiber, and energizing carbs. You won’t experience sugar crashes like you do with highly-processed breakfast foods.  
  • Family-Friendly: Your kiddos will love them, and so will you. No need to make two different meals at breakfast time.
  • Meal Prep: Some of these recipes are easy options to make in advance and reheat, or serve as-is in the morning. It doesn’t get easier than that. Trust me, a little food prep goes a long way in simplifying busy mornings.
  • Freezer-Friendly: I’m all about efficiency. Many of these breakfast recipes can be batch cooked or meal prepped in bulk and frozen for a fast breakfast at home. 

KEEP BREAKFAST EASY WITH A ROTATION: My best advice is to create a breakfast rotation. For example: Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday the kids get either yogurt and fruit or a fruit smoothie and toast. Then Tuesday and Thursday are egg days or oatmeal days with fruit. From there, fill in the recipes you plan to make each week to keep things from getting boring. Repeat this rotation until you need a change.

27 Breakfast Ideas

A healthy school breakfast doesn’t have to be complicated or time consuming. These breakfast ideas are quick and easy, offer your child a great start for the day, and will keep you from falling into a breakfast rut during the school year.

I’ve divided the list into my favorite breakfast themes: yogurt, eggs, toast/bread/muffins/pancakes, oatmeal, and smoothies.

Yogurt Ideas 

Plain yogurt is a protein-rich base for tons of other delicious and nourishing ingredients like fruit, honey, nuts, seeds, granola, and spices (about 18 grams of protein in Greek yogurt, per serving). Try these two options for a fun and customizable yogurt that everyone in the family will love. 

Healthy yogurt bowls: yogurt, fruit, honey, and granola spread out on a countertop.
Set out yogurt, honey, nuts, seeds, granola, or fruit for kids to build their own yogurt bowls while you get ready.

1. Healthy Yogurt Bowls

This is a great breakfast the kids can make on their own. Arrange a tub of plain yogurt, honey or maple syrup, fruit, and homemade granola (I also love Autumn’s Gold brand from Costco) on the counter and let the kids build their own bowl in the morning. Or, make a quick bowl for the kids.

Serve the yogurt bowls on their own, or add a muffin or eggs on the side.

Healthy Yogurt Bowl Recipe with Topping Ideas
Try one of these 17 topping ideas to customize a healthy yogurt bowl for everyone in the family. 
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Fruit and yogurt parfait in a mason jar topped with granola and mango chunks.
Make fruit and yogurt bowls in advance by adding yogurt and fruit to mason jars and storing in the fridge for up to 5 days.

2. Fruit and Yogurt Parfait

Prep yogurt and fruit bowls in advance by adding yogurt and either fresh or frozen fruit to mason jars. Then place the jars in the fridge and use within 5 days. In the morning, grab a jar, add some homemade granola (which is freezer-friendly, a big time saver), and a spoon.

Serve the parfait with a muffin or egg (hard-boiled eggs or omelet cups are great for an on-the-go breakfast).

Make-Ahead Yogurt Parfaits
Make your yogurt bowls to-go or make these parfaits ahead for the easiest grab-and-go option. 
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Egg Ideas

With 6 grams of protein and 5 grams of healthy fat, an egg is an excellent breakfast choice for kids. And there are over 15 different ways to make eggs for breakfast, so the ideas and recipes are endless. No boredom here!

The recipes below are easy to prep ahead or whip together in a few minutes on a school morning. Pair some of these egg recipes with fruit, oven-baked bacon, chicken breakfast sausages (I like Bilinski brand), sourdough toast (or peanut butter banana toast), pancakes or waffles, or a muffin for a balanced breakfast. 

Scrambled eggs cooked in a cast iron skillet.
Fluffy scrambled eggs are a kid-favorite that take just 5 minutes to make. And they’re a great hot thermos lunch option, too.

3. Scrambled Eggs

To make the best scrambled eggs, whisk 2-3 eggs in a bowl, add salt and pepper, then cook on low heat in 1 tablespoon of butter. Once the eggs are just cooked, and still glossy looking, plate and serve.

You can even pack scrambled eggs for lunch, in a thermos, so make a double batch in the morning and add to a thermos for a lunchbox main meal (see over 27 more lunch ideas).

How to Make Scrambled Eggs Recipe (Fluffy & Without Milk)
These super fluffy scrambled eggs take only minutes to make in the morning. 
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4 glass meal prep containers with egg cups inside and bacon.
Omelet cups are an easy way to prep breakfast in advance for the week. Add cooked bacon on the side and reheat for just a few seconds in the microwave.

4. Make-Ahead Omelet Cups

Eggs baked in muffin cups with veggies and cheese are a delicious make-ahead breakfast that can be reheated and enjoyed in only seconds on a busy morning. And the omelet cups are super easy to customize based on your liking and your child’s taste preferences.

This is also a great lunchbox-friendly option. Prep the omelet cups on Sunday and enjoy all week for breakfast and in the lunchbox. (Learn how to safely store cold food in the lunchbox.)

Make-Ahead Grab-n-Go Omelet Cups
Customize this recipe to your liking. I skip the bacon in the recipe; instead, make bacon on the side. Then add 2 omelet cups per glass meal prep container with 2 slices of cooked bacon. Place in the fridge and reheat a meal prep container for a few seconds in the microwave for breakfast.
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Breakfast burritos on a plate with scrambled eggs and sausage wrapped in a tortilla.
Add scrambled eggs, cooked ground sausage, and cheese to a tortilla, then wrap it up! Freeze the burritos for a quick, reheated breakfast.

5. Make-Ahead Breakfast Burritos

Make these protein-packed breakfast burritos ahead of time with scrambled eggs, ground breakfast sausage, veggies, and cheddar cheese. Wrap in parchment paper and store in the freezer. Use the microwave for a warm and filling burrito, ready in minutes and easy to take on the go.

Make-Ahead Freezer Breakfast Burritos
By freezing our favorite burritos, I’ve been able to enjoy the peace of mind that breakfast is taken care of so I can focus on other activities which help our mornings run smoothly.
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Egg cooked inside a piece of buttery toast on a pink plate with strawberries.
An egg cooked inside a piece of toast, with a whole cut in the center, is an easy breakfast that kids love.

6. Eggs in a Basket

A complete meal in one! Crack an egg right inside of toast (cut a whole in the toast), then cook in a skillet with butter, for an easy, balanced breakfast. This meal takes just 5 minutes to make. Serve with a side of fruit, sliced avocado sprinkled with salt, a smoothie, or yogurt.

Eggs in a Basket Recipe
There are many different names for this one recipe (over 66), but the way this breakfast recipe is made remains the same: a fried egg is cooked inside a slice of buttery toast. Use your choice of sandwich bread: sourdough, brioche, white, or whole wheat.
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Eggs in a Basket cut with a fork on a pink plate with strawberries.
Making sunny side up eggs in a cast iron skillet.
Sunny side up eggs are another favorite way to make eggs. Serve with toast and fruit or bacon.

7. Sunny Side Up Eggs

Another way to serve eggs and avoid a breakfast rut. If your kids love runny egg yolks, sunny side up eggs are perfect. Dip sourdough toast in the egg yolks for a filling breakfast. Or, cook the yolk until firm for a well done egg.

How to Cook Sunny Side Up Eggs Without Sticking
How to cook perfect sunny side up eggs every time without sticking to the pan or using a non-stick pan.
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Hands holding a cast iron skillet with a veggie frittata baked inside.
A frittata is an egg bake that you can easily prep in advance, cut into slices, and reheat in the morning.

8. Frittata

Frittatas are the perfect breakfast to make ahead on Sunday, cut into slices (like a pie), and reheat on a busy weekday morning (or eat at room temperature). And you can easily customize a frittata to your liking and child’s preferences. Add whatever veggies you love, cheese, and then eggs and bake.

Serve with favorite fruit, yogurt, a smoothie, muffin, leftover pancakes or waffles, or toast.

Bacon, Vegetable, and Kale Frittata
A hearty bacon, vegetable, and kale frittata. This nutrient-rich frittata may be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Prep this frittata in advance for an easy “fast food” meal option. 
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Hands holding a breakfast casserole baked in a casserole dish.
A breakfast casserole made with eggs, cheese, sausage or bacon, and veggies is a great way to prep breakfast in advance.

9. Breakfast Casserole

This egg and sausage casserole is easy to make ahead of time and reheat by the slice for a protein-packed meal, ready in minutes. 

After baking, cut the casserole into squares, then place in an airtight container and store in the fridge. Reheat the casserole squares in the microwave for a few seconds (or the oven) for a quick and easy morning breakfast.

Serve with fruit, toast, leftover pancakes or waffles, muffin, or yogurt.

Easy Egg and Sausage Casserole
A combination of eggs, cheese, veggies, and sausage. The combination is then baked in a casserole dish, and may be served fresh or prepared during a weekend prep time and stored in the fridge as a ready-to-go breakfast meal for the week ahead.
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Egg and cheese omelete on a blue plate with raspbserries.
An egg and cheese omelet takes just 5 minutes to make. Fill it with a slice of ham for extra protein.

10. Egg and Cheese Omelet

So simple and so easy to make. My kids love a classic egg and cheese omelette: beat 2 eggs in a bowl, then shred cheddar cheese on the side. Melt butter in a skillet, add the beaten eggs and swirl the eggs in the skillet. Then add cheese and roll up. A slice of ham is also a delicious protein-rich filling to add with the cheese.

Easy Egg Cheese Omelette Recipe (with Veggie & Ham Option)
Cooking the perfect egg and cheese omelette has never been easier. With 2-3 eggs, just about any veggies, and cheese you can make an easy, healthy breakfast. Follow this recipe for step-by-step guidance to easily make a classic omelette with cheese, veggies, and/or ham.
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Egg Cheese Omelette on a turquoise plate, cutting into the omelette with a gold fork.
Hard boiled eggs on a plate with sourdough toast.
Hard-boiled eggs, a great way to prep breakfast in advance!

11. Hard-Boiled or Soft Boiled Eggs

Making these on-the-go eggs is as easy as can be when you use the Instant Pot. Make a big batch on the weekend and enjoy them for breakfasts, in the lunchbox, and for easy snacks all week. 

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Bread, Pancake, Muffin, Waffle Ideas 

These breakfast classics get a healthy twist when made with nourishing, real-food ingredients like einkorn flour, oats, or sourdough bread. Some mornings, simple toast with butter and a smoothie makes for the perfect breakfast. Other mornings, when we have more time, we may have easy sourdough French toast.

Pair these carb-centric meals with a healthy protein source like quick eggs, Greek yogurt, or a protein packed smoothie for a healthy balanced breakfast. 

Toast topped with avocado slices and a runny sunny side up egg.
A great source of fat, mash or slice an avocado, sprinkle with salt and lemon juice, then top on toast. Add an egg for protein.

12. Avocado Toast

Mash an avocado in a bowl, then sprinkle with salt and a squeeze of lemon juice. Serve on the side of eggs, or add an egg on top (scrambled eggs, sliced hard-boiled egg, or a sunny side up egg).

Avocado Toast with Egg and Arugula
Use this simple recipe as a guide for making a sunny side up egg, mashed avocado, and toast for the avocado lover in your life.
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Peanut butter toast with banana on a cutting board.
A kid favorite: peanut butter banana toast. For a fun twist, instead of toast, use homemade waffles or pancakes as the base.

13. Peanut Butter Banana Toast

With 6 different ways to top your peanut butter banana toast, you’ll never get tired of this quick breakfast idea. Add peanut butter or almond butter (or sunflower butter for a nut-free option) to a piece of sourdough toast, then top with banana slices. Add a sprinkle of cinnamon, coconut flakes, chia seeds, flax seeds, granola, or honey for extra flavor and nutrition.

Serve the toast alone or pair with an egg, bacon, smoothie, yogurt, or yogurt bowl.

Make homemade pancakes on the weekend, stashing extra away in the fridge or freezer, for an easy weekday breakfast.

14. Homemade Einkorn Pancakes or Almond-Oat Gluten-Free Pancakes

Make either of these classic pancake variations in bulk and freeze for an easy toaster pancake that’s full of nourishing and healthy ingredients. Reheat your favorite pancakes in the toaster, microwave, or a warm skillet.

Serve with an egg, smoothie, yogurt, fruit, with a nut or seed butter, or maple syrup.

Homemade Einkorn Pancakes
A make-ahead friendly pancake recipe made with ancient einkorn flour.
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Busy Morning Almond-Oat Pancakes
These pancakes are made with simple ingredients that can regularly be found in my real food fridge or pantry: old-fashioned rolled oats, almond flour, spice, milk, maple syrup, butter, and eggs. That’s it! The wholesome ingredients are all poured into the jar of a blender, and 60 seconds later…a pancake batter is ready for a hot griddle.
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Pancakes baked on a sheet pan, cutting a slice and lifting onto a plate.
Don’t have time to flip pancakes? Instead, bake them on a sheet pan and cut into squares!

15. Sheet Pan Pancakes

If you need a quick and easy breakfast for a crowd on a school day, this recipe will make everyone happy. Just whisk together the ingredients and pour the batter onto a sheet pan, bake, and enjoy!

To save even more time, prep the batter the night before, store in the fridge, then bake in the morning. Cut the pancakes into slices and serve. Stash the extra slices in the fridge for an easy breakfast later in the week, or add a pancake square or two to the lunchbox (see more no-sandwich lunch ideas for kids).

Baked Einkorn Sheet Pan Pancakes
Oven baked on a sheet pan and made with einkorn flour. The perfect pancake recipe for a busy weekday morning or when you want something quick and easy on the weekend. Customize to your liking with various toppings or mix ins.
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Mini pancakes on a plate, with hand dipping a pancake into maple syrup.
Mini pancake muffins are great for little hands. They’re like a muffin, in mini form, with that classic pancake flavor. Also great for the lunchbox!

16. Mini Pancake Muffins

Fluffy pancakes are morphed into mini muffins for an easy, healthy, and dippable breakfast for little hands. Batch bake a variety with different mix-ins like blueberries, strawberries, or chocolate chips and defrost in the microwave before serving. This is also a great lunchbox option!

Serve with yogurt, an egg, smoothie, or on their own with butter, maple syrup, or a nut or seed butter.

Easy Mini Pancake Muffins (With Einkorn Flour)
Turn pancakes into an easy, freezer-friendly breakfast or lunchbox food with this easy pancake muffin recipe. Made with an ancient grain (einkorn) and a touch of natural sweetener for a healthy, homemade pancake option.
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Chocolate zucchini muffins in a bowl.
Chocolate zucchini muffins made with einkorn flour, maple syrup, and shreds of zucchini are a delicious breakfast treat!

17. Muffins

Muffins are easy to grab and even easier to eat on a busy morning. Batch baking various muffins (either regular size or mini muffins for small hands) and storing in the freezer makes it easy to have a variety of options for anyone to grab throughout the week for a school snack, lunchbox side, or breakfast.

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A master einkorn muffin recipe with multiple mix-in possibilities. Make these muffins your own by adding your favorite mix-ins, like: chocolate chips, fruit, nuts, or shredded coconut. 
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Waffles stacked on a cooling rack with maple syrup in the background.
Make a batch of waffles on the weekend and store extras in the fridge or freezer for an easy breakfast. Reheat in a toaster or the microwave.

18. Einkorn Waffles or Almond Flour Gluten-Free Waffles

Move over Eggo Waffles! Homemade waffles freeze and reheat just like pancakes for a sweet and hearty breakfast that’s ready in minutes. For an on-the-go option (because maple syrup in a car isn’t a great option), add cream cheese, fruit jam, or nut butter to a waffle, then top with a second waffle for a breakfast sandwich.

Easy Einkorn Waffles (Freezer-Friendly)
This recipe is made with einkorn flour, an ancient grain, which creates fluffy and light waffles that are perfect for a Sunday morning. Or make the waffles in advance, freeze them, and enjoy throughout the week!
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Gluten-Free Almond Flour Waffles
Delicious, simple, and naturally gluten-free. These waffles are made with almond flour, arrowroot, and basic fridge staples to create crispy and fluffy waffles. 
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Oatmeal Ideas

This classic morning grain doesn’t have to be boring or bland, especially if you follow any of these recipes and ideas. Whether you enjoy your oats hot, cold, or baked, you’ll find a recipe below to start your day with. 

Baked blueberry oatmeal in a casserole dish.
Bake oatmeal with fruit in a casserole dish. Serve individual squares reheated in the microwave, oven, or at room temperature.

19. Baked Oatmeal

Prepare this dish ahead of time and change things up to keep it seasonal and fresh! Try blueberries, strawberries and peaches in the spring and summer, and apples in the cooler months. Mashed bananas is another great year-round option.

Baked oatmeal pairs well with oven-baked bacon or chicken breakfast sausages (prep this in advance and reheat for a few seconds in the microwave), eggs, or yogurt. Or serve the oatmeal on its own.

Baked Oatmeal with Blueberries (Make-Ahead Breakfast, Gluten-Free, Dairy and Egg-Free Option)
An oven-baked oatmeal with blueberries, or the seasonal fruit of your choice. Make this oatmeal in advance to enjoy for breakfast throughout the week. 
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A pot of oats with a spoon dipping in.
Warm oatmeal is a classic. Serve oatmeal sweetened with maple syrup, honey, or cinnamon. And top with your favorite fruit.

20. Classic Warm Oatmeal

Forget the packets of sugary instant oatmeal and make old-fashioned oatmeal instead. All you need is rolled oats and water. Then sweeten as needed with honey or maple syrup or top with fresh or frozen fruit and nuts.

Warm oatmeal may be prepped in advance and reheated with water on the stove-top or in the microwave, then add toppings.

Warm oatmeal may also be served in a thermos for a hot school lunch option (see more hot lunch ideas for school).

Soaked Oatmeal: The Original Instant Oatmeal
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Chocolate overnight oats in glass meal prep bowls, topped with bananas and raspberries.
Overnight oats are made in advance and eaten cold in the morning. A great way to prep breakfast for days.

21. Overnight Oats

This recipe is naturally sweet and full of protein. Make several mason jars of overnight oats and stash them in the fridge. Add fresh or frozen fruit on top, and breakfast is ready to grab and enjoy.

Want something even more decadent tasting? My kids love chocolate overnight oats that are made with chocolate whey protein powder, rolled oats, and peanut butter.

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A master overnight oats recipe with multiple possibilities. Make the base recipe and then customize the recipe to your liking. 
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
This chocolate peanut butter overnight oats recipe tastes like a peanut butter cup and has 30g Protein. Made with healthy, real-food ingredients that are rich in protein, fiber, healthy fats, and complex carbs.
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Chocolate peanut butter overnight oats in meal prep glass jars topped with banana and raspberries.
Breakfast cookies on a sheet pan, after baking.
Breakfast cookies are made with nourishing ingredients and are perfect for on-the-go mornings.

22. Breakfast Cookies

These banana-oat breakfast cookies are such a good breakfast as they’re high in protein, fiber, and delicious flavor. Whip them together in one bowl, baked, and store in the refrigerator for up to a week. 

Banana-Oat Breakfast and Snack Cookies
Oat-based breakfast and snack cookies that taste like homemade banana bread with chocolate and nuts. Use certified gluten-free oats for gluten-free cookies. 
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Baked oatmeal cups on a cutting board and lunchbox with a banana on the side.
Oatmeal cups are fun for kids to eat in the morning. And they freeze beautifully!

23. Oatmeal Cups

Just like a deliciously hearty and flavorful bowl of baked oatmeal, but with the added perk of being in a convenient handheld cup. The oatmeal cups are baked in a muffin tin. Once cool, store in the fridge or the freezer. No need to reheat before enjoying.

Serve oatmeal cups on their own or pair with an egg, favorite fruit, yogurt, smoothie, rolled up ham, bacon, or chicken breakfast sausage.

Baked Oatmeal Cups
Baked oatmeal cups: dairy-free, gluten-free, egg-free, and portable! An easy grab-n-go breakfast made with healthy ingredients.
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Fruit Smoothie Ideas

Smoothies are an excellent way to start the day because you can pack so many nutrients into one glass. I serve smoothies for breakfast with toast, a muffin, or eggs. And I always add a scoop of whey protein powder (usually this vanilla protein option) so the kids get plenty of protein in the morning. I also add 1 tablespoon of chia seeds or flax seeds before blending for extra fiber.

Between the protein, complex carbs (in the fruit), and fiber, a smoothie is a filling way to start the day.

Mango Pineapple Smoothie in glass mason jars with straws.
This mango smoothie is fun tropical smoothie for the morning. Serve with eggs, toast, or a muffin.

24. Pineapple Mango Smoothie

This smoothie is made with yogurt for extra protein and fruits that give the smoothie a tropical flavor. To make, add 1/2 cup water or milk of choice to a blender, along with 1 cup plain yogurt, 1 cup pineapple, 1 cup mango, 1 banana, and 1 cup baby spinach (optional). Add 1-2 scoops whey protein powder for extra protein. Blend.

Mango Pineapple Smoothie (Easy, Healthy)
This smoothie is a beautiful rainbow of healthy fruit goodness – with a hint of sweet! Simple and healthy. What’s not to love?
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie in small drinking glasses with blue stripped straws.
Made with peanut butter and frozen strawberries, this smoothie tastes like a delicious peanut butter and jam sandwich, without the bread.

25. PB& J Smoothie

Made with strawberries, banana, and healthy fat (peanut butter), this smoothie is a delicious way to start the morning. To make, add 1/2-3/4 cup milk of choice to a blender, along with 1 ripe banana, 2 tablespoons peanut butter (or another nut or seed butter), 1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries. Add 1-2 scoops whey protein powder for extra protein. Blend.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie
A peanut butter and jelly smoothie is made with simple ingredients, just like the classic sandwich. Peanut butter and fruit (strawberries) are blended together to create the classic peanut butter and jelly taste.
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Strawberry Mango Smoothie in a tall glass mason jar with a blue stripped straw.
This trick smoothie is currently my kids’ favorite morning smoothie. Serve it with toast, a muffin, or eggs.

26. Mango Strawberry Smoothie

This is my kids’ favorite smoothie. It’s thick like ice cream and we serve the smoothie in bowls (also known as “smoothie bowls”) and top it off with some homemade granola.

Mango and turmeric smoothie being poured into a tall drinking glass from a blender jar.
Full of real food vitamin c sources, this smoothie is a refreshing start for the day.

27. Mango Vitamin C Smoothie

This vitamin-c rich smoothie is like having an orange juice smoothie, made with a fresh orange and frozen mango. To make, add 1 cup of milk to a blender along with 1 ripe banana, 1 orange (peeled), 1/2 inch of peeled turmeric (optional), and 1 cup of frozen mango chunks. Add 1-2 scoops whey protein powder. Blend.

Mango and Turmeric Vitamin C Smoothie
This tropical smoothie tops every smoothie I’ve made so far. It’s creamy, sweet, tropical, and fresh–exactly how I want to start a cold, wintery morning!
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