5 Simple Breakfast Ideas For Toddlers


Oat so apple-ing overnight oats, Easy Cheesy rise n shine muffins...the list is endless! Why not give some of our suuuper scrummy breakfast ideas a go when you're next planning breakfast. Using simple tasty ingredients like fruits and oats, we've pulled together our favourite toddler breakfast recipes for those busy mornings or your next family brunch date!

You'll love to make these toddler breakfast ideas designed by our expert recipe developer to ensure they're just right for little tums and always made with real whole foods...and even occasionally using an Ella's pouch to reduce cooking time. What's not to love!

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Try our oh so fluffy banana pancakes

Our banana + cinnamon pancakes are oh so fluffy, and just right to start off your toddler's day!

Whip + flip this deeelicious breakfast in just 15 minutes from start to finish and why not serve with a dollop of yummy greek yogurt and slices of banana to fill up little tummies.

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Brekkie Beanie Hash

Planning your next brunch date this weekend? Our Brekkie Beanie Hash is sure to be a big hit for all the family! Our veggie recipe is packed full of yummy potatoes, carrots, tomatoes and dashes of spices to make it just right.

Served with fingers of toast, this yummy + filling brunch can be served from kitchen to highchair in just 20 mins.

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Oat so apple-ing overnight oats

Our Fruity Overnight Oats are t-oat-lly awesome for starting the day right! This deeelicious breakfast can be whipped up and prepped the night before with just a few additions in the morning to be made just right for those busy mornings.

Packed full of yummy filling oats and topped with your little kid's favourite fruits, this will definitely go down a treat! Don't forget all leftovers can also be kept in a container in the fridge for up to 3 days!

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Easy Cheesy rise n shine muffins

Our Easy Cheesy rise n shine muffins are perfect for breakfast or as an on-the-go snack for hungry tummies! Mix up flour + polenta with yogurt, milk, eggs, cheese + sweetcorn and pop your muffins in the oven for just 15-20 minutes.

We like to serve these hot or cold with slices of hard-boiled eggs and tomato to fill up tummies. You can also store any leftover muffins in an airtight container for up to 4 days!

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Golden egg eggy bread

How do you like your eggs in the morning? Try our super simple Golden Eggy Bread guaranteed to make your toddler smile this morning.

Packed full of yummy store cupboard ingredients, all you need is an egg, milk, wholemeal bread and a couple of tasty spices to whip up this dish in under 10 minutes! That's sure how we like our eggs in the morning!

Full of fruits, oats, spices + other yummy ingredients, we hope you enjoy these breakfast dishes as much as we do!

For more yummy breakfast ideas, check out our Strawberry Clouds, Go Go Go Green Pancakes and all our other toddler recipes!

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Claire Baseley

Infant nutritionist / Makes Ella's Good