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Kids Breakfast Recipes

Give kids a nutritious start to the day with these great kids breakfast recipes, including pancakes, french toast, oatmeal, granola, waffles, doughnuts, breakfast burritos, fruit cups and more.

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Sweet Potato-Cranberry Doughnuts

Sweet Potato-Cranberry Doughnuts

Sweet Potato-Cranberry Doughnuts

I grew up near Idaho where they're famous for "spudnuts," a donut made from mashed potatoes. I reworked a recipe using sweet potatoes flecked with cranberries to come up with these doughnuts. I like to serve them for dessert. —Joni Hilton, Rocklin, California

Hashbrown and Sausage Breakfast Pizza

Hashbrown and Sausage Breakfast Pizza

Hashbrown and Sausage Breakfast Pizza

When my boys were in high school, they often tried of traditional breakfast foods. To keep them interested, I would make this pizza. It's also a great appetizer. —Judy Shinner, Fort Collins, Colorado

Peanut Butter Banana French Toast

Peanut Butter Banana French Toast

Peanut Butter Banana French Toast

Eleanor Smith uses peanut butter and banana to give this breakfast staple a kid-pleasing twist. "I call it 'Lightning Flash French Toat'," she writes from Hot Springs Village, Arkansas.
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Brittany's Breakfast Bites

Brittany's Breakfast Bites

Brittany's Breakfast Bites

Crescents stuffed with eggs, ham, bacon and cheddar cheese will get your day off to a satisfying start. Use refrigerated dough to make them quick and easy. —Brittany Whitworth, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Cheesy Ham & Egg Sandwiches

Cheesy Ham & Egg Sandwiches

Cheesy Ham & Egg Sandwiches

I turned classic breakfast sandwiches into something heartier you could have for dinner, too. We pile toppings like salsa, avocado—even mayo and ketchup—onto my homemade biscuits. —Fay Moreland, Wichita Falls, Texas

Cherry-Granola French Toast Sticks

Cherry-Granola French Toast Sticks

Cherry-Granola French Toast Sticks

The warm aroma of cinnamon and brown sugar helps Terri McKitrick wake her family in Delafield, Wisconsin. Convenient toast sticks topped with granola, banana and whipped cream carry them through busy autumn days.

Chilly Melon Cups

Chilly Melon Cups

Chilly Melon Cups

"This cool treat is stored in the freezer so it's always handy," says field editor Katie Koziolek of Hartland, Minnesota." It's a great way to use what's left from a fruit platter or melon boat."

Fruity Oatmeal

Fruity Oatmeal

Fruity Oatmeal

"I never liked oatmeal until my mom found this wonderful combination of uncooked oats and fresh fruit," shares teenager Sarah Hunt of Everett, Washington. "Now I often make it myself for breakfast or an after-school snack."

Gingerbread Pancakes with Apple Topping

Gingerbread Pancakes with Apple Topping

Gingerbread Pancakes with Apple Topping

I grew up eating these every Christmas morning. When the smell of spices reached our rooms, we knew the big day had arrived. —Dana Glasser, West Sand Lake, New York

Good Granola

Good Granola

Good Granola

This fun granola mix can be enjoyed by the handful or as a topping on yogurt, pudding or ice cream. "My husband and I have 10 children, and I feel good about them eating this for breakfast or anytime," sys Robin McKenzie of Union City, Pennsylvania.

Granola Crunch

Granola Crunch

Granola Crunch

This crunchy, chewy mix makes a wholesome on-the-go snack or breakfast cereal with milk. Honey, brown sugar and molasses add just the right amount of sweetness.
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