4. Freezer Friendly Breakfast Burritos
Packed with protein-rich foods like sausage, egg, cheese and peppers, these breakfast burritos are enjoyed fresh or newly warmed up from the freezer. No one wants to send their kids to school with nothing in their stomachs, and now you don’t have to if you make up a large batch of these and reheat when needed.
Check out more recipes over at TenAtTheTable.com, especially for feeding a large family!
5. No Bake Cheerio Bars
Let’s be honest, we all have those mornings where breakfast just isn’t happening. For those times, these make ahead (and no bake!) Cheerio Bars are here to save the day. Made with honey nut Cheerios and chocolate covered sunflower seeds (so pretty!), these homemade bars have less sugar than your store bought cereal bars, but are just as convenient for tossing to your kiddos on the way to the bus stop.
Snag the entire recipe over at AverieCooks.com.
6. Mini Pancake Bites
Pancakes are another breakfast staple and this fun mini-version is sure to be a hit. This particular recipe uses protein powder to make these extra healthy, but you can just as easily whip these up using good ole Bisquick and top with your favorite toppings. The best part? You can make enough for the whole week and breakfast will be a breeze.
Get more tips on eating super healthy from CorinaNielsen.com.