10 Ways to Trick Kids into Eating a Healthy Breakfast
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10 Ways to Trick Kids into Eating a Healthy Breakfast

Eating breakfast is always a struggle for kiddos. Either they’re refusing whatever is offered or they’re too rushed to eat anything more than a Pop-Tart. If you’ve got kids of any age, you know that the struggle is REAL. That’s why sometimes you need a secret weapon in your arsenal for those hectic, frustrating mornings. Take a look at these 10 super fun breakfasts that will make your kids ditch sugary Pop-Tarts for good.

1. Sunrise Parfait: A bowlful of yogurt with a bit of granola and some artfully arranged pineapple will bring you the sunniest breakfast you’ve ever seen. Plus, it can be ready in a snap. (via Babble)

2. Monster Smoothie: And you thought your kids would never drink a green smoothie. This recipe changes everything. (via How About Cookie)

3. Cake Batter Oatmeal: This recipe lets you prepare breakfast the night before, which is a major bonus for your morning routine. Maybe it will give you a few minutes to connect with your kids instead of frantically making their breakfast whilst chugging coffee. (via Dashing Dish)

4. Peanut Butter Dinosaur: We’re pretty sure your kids will name this adorable dino before they eat all of his delicious peanut-butter-banana goodness. (via @idafrosk)

5. Ice Cream Cone Toast: Here’s a dish that will provide your kids with all the healthy grains, fruit and protein they need to start the day strong. (via @idafrosk)

6. Teddy Bear Toast: Does your three-year-old insist that they don’t like toast? Serve this sweet face tomorrow morning and they’ll gobble him right up. (via Minieco)

7. Banana Split Yogurt: The sprinkles take the spotlight in this fun breakfast recipe — your little ones will never know that it’s packed full of healthy, nutritious foods. (via Confessions of a Cookbook Queen)

8. Fruity Palm Trees: Serve up these fruity trees and they’ll be asking you for food art every morning for the rest of the week. (via Fat Mum Slim)

9. Frida Pancakes: Better start practicing your pancake-making skills, because we’re coming over to have these yummy flapjacks at your house next weekend. (via @mikodesign)

10. Emoji Waffles: It’s the perfect mix of our two favorite things: waffles and emojis. Now let’s see you create the salsa-dancing woman ;) (via How About Cookie)

Do you have a secret to getting your kids to eat breakfast? Share it with us below!