Easy Breakfast Ideas For School Teenage


Today i’m writing about how to make easy breakfast ideas for school teenage.In my experience, most of the schools (and this is also true for college) require you to bring for your breakfast. The same ideas for a great start of the day can work for teenagers. But when it comes to school, things get a little bit complicated. You have the choice to get up early and cook for your family or let them eat cereal and toast in a hurry before rushing out the door. The choice is up to you, but some easy breakfast recipes will certainly come in handy. I have always been the kind of person who has a plan for everything. I set my schedule 6 months ahead and know exactly what’s going on every hour of everyday. However, this is not always practical as far as a plan for easy breakfast ideas go – especially if you’re in a hurry.

Easy Breakfast Ideas For School Teenage

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Breakfast may not be your teen’s favorite meal of the day, especially when they’re bleary-eyed and crabby at 6:30am on a school day.

But your teenager needs to fuel their morning, not to mention all the enormous growth happening. So if they’re burnt out on ideas, here’s tons of inspiration. And if they claim “But there’s no time!”, we’re going to make it easy.

What’s A Healthy Breakfast For Teens?

  • Satisfying: Protein, fat, and fiber all help breakfast have staying power and last them until lunch.
  • Bone-building: Teens have higher calcium needs in this intense period of growth and change. Sources like dairy and fortified non-dairy milk, yogurt, fortified OJ, fortified cereal, and cheese can help them get what they need.
  • Fast & easy: Kids don’t have a lot of time on weekdays, so if it’s not easy (and preferably portable) it may not get eaten. Consider making breakfast items in bulk on the weekend. Ideally, have your teen help or even take the lead!
  • Key nutrients: Teens need nutrients for the major growth and development that’s happening. Here are some they may be lacking, and some breakfast foods that contain them:
    • Iron (girls): Fortified cereal, beans
    • Protein (girls): Yogurt, beans, nut butter
    • Folate (girls): Enriched grains, spinach, oranges, bananas
    • Vitamin B6 (girls): Cottage cheese, chickpeas
    • Vitamin B12 (girls): Milk, yogurt, smoked salmon
    • Phosphorus (girls & boys): Yogurt, cheese, cashews
    • Magnesium (girls & boys): Chia seeds, almonds, edamame, peanut butter
    • Choline (girls & boys): Eggs, beef, beans,
    • Fiber (girls & boys): Whole grains, oats, fruits and vegetables

Healthy Breakfast Ideas For Teenagers.

Hot Breakfast Ideas For Teens


  • Make-Ahead Egg Muffin or Bagel Sandwich (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • Make-Ahead Breakfast Burritos: Top burritos with scrambled eggs and a sprinkle of cheese, roll up tightly and wrap in foil. Reheat in toaster oven or oven. (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • Make-Ahead Scrambled Egg Muffins (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • Egg-in-a-Hole: Cut out a hole from the center of buttered bread, place it in a pan and crack an egg in the center, flipping and cooking until egg is at desired doneness.

Reheated dinner leftovers: Put them in single-portion glass containers they can reheat in the microwave. (MAKE-AHEAD)

Pancakes + Waffles

  • Homemade Pancake Mix: Make a batch of pancakes on the weekend to reheat in the toaster oven or microwave during the week. (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • Make-Ahead Whole Wheat Waffles: Eat with syrup or spread nut or seed butter on top and add sliced fruit. (MAKE-AHEAD)
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  • Make-ahead oatmeal packets: Pulse 1 cup quick oats in a blender until it forms a powder. Combine oat powder with two cups quick oats. Place half-cup portions into bags or containers with 1 teaspoon brown sugar and your choice of toppings like freeze-dried fruit, nuts, seeds, cocoa powder, or peanut powder. (MAKE-AHEAD)

Crepes: Make a batch for the whole week. Fill with Nutella or nut butter and fruit or with scrambled eggs. (MAKE-AHEAD)

Cold Breakfast Ideas For Teens


  • Peanut Butter Breakfast Shake
  • Peach & Vanilla Green Smoothie
  • Banana Date Shake
  • Make-Ahead Green Smoothie Packets (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • Smoothie Bowl

Homemade Yogurt Drink

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  • Banana Split: Cut a banana in half length-wise and top with nut butter and granola
  • Avocado Toast (option: add a fried egg on top)
  • Cold pizza or sandwich

PB&J or SB&J (SunButter + Jelly)

Muffins (MAKE-AHEAD)

  • Banana Oatmeal Cups
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cups
  • Gluten-Free Wild Blueberry Oatmeal Cups
  • Cinnamon Sugar Muffins
  • Blueberry Zucchini Muffins
  • Whole Wheat Zucchini Muffins
  • Sweet Potato Banana Bites

Quick Breads: Smear slices with nut or seed butter for extra protein. (MAKE-AHEAD)

  • Fudgy Chocolate Zucchini Bread
  • Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips
  • Toasts: Spread with nut or seed butter and cover with sliced strawberries or bananas
  • Yogurt Parfait: Layer yogurt with granola or cereal and fruit in a glass or in a bowl, top with chia seeds for extra fiber.
  • Cottage cheese + fruit

Overnight Oats: Combine 1/2 cup old-fashioned oats and 1 cup milk (dairy or non-dairy) in a small mason jar. Cover and let it sit in the fridge overnight. Add choice of toppings in the morning, like sliced fruit, spoonful of nut or seed butter, or drizzle of honey or maple syrup. (MAKE-AHEAD)

Trail Mix: Store-bought or make your own by combining nuts, seeds, whole grain cereal, and dried fruit.

Snack Bars + Balls (MAKE-AHEAD)

  • Nut-Free Oatmeal Bars
  • Nut-Free Snack Balls
  • Quinoa Breakfast Bars
Nut-Free Chocolate Chip Oat Bars

Cereal Or Granola With milk Or yogurt

  • Double Chocolate Granola (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • “Use What Your Have” Nutty Granola (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • Homemade Muesli (MAKE-AHEAD)
  • “Gussied Up” cereal: Top cold cereal with berries or sliced fruit, nuts and seeds.

You Can Also Try Out These Amazing Recipes

1. Berry Protein Pancake Bites

These easy Berry Protein Pancake Bites are perfectly easy and delicious for busy weekday mornings. Dust with powdered sugar or dip in syrup and these tasty on-the-go pancake bites will surely get your teen to slow down for breakfast.

2. Eggo Breakfast Pizza

Pop an Eggo Waffle in the toaster, drizzle with honey, add peanut butter and your favorite fruit and you’ll have a quick, healthy, protein-packed breakfast that will make getting out of bed so much easier.

2. Hash Brown Ham And Cheese Egg Cups

This easy on-the-go breakfast is basically an egg and cheese casserole in a tin. What makes it even better is you can change things up a bit by switching out the ham for sausage or bacon depending on what your tastebuds are calling for. lus, with a quick 5-minute prep time, your kids can make these by themselves and still make it to class on time.

3. Lemon Blueberry Muffins

These Lemon Blueberry Muffins are the perfect make-ahead breakfast for those busy weekday mornings. The Greek yogurt makes them moist and the streusel topping is irresistibly good.

4. Berry Yogurt Breakfast Parfait

Kickstart the morning with a breakfast that’s easy, healthy and tastes amazing. Toss in yogurt, granola, fruit and pecans, and this breakfast is ready to eat in a few minutes.

5. Vegan Breakfast Hash

This easy make-ahead Vegan Breakfast Hash recipe is made with russet potatoes and sweet potatoes slow-roasted to delicious crispy perfection. You can prep everything the evening before so all you have to do is pop it in the microwave to heat on those busy weekday mornings.

6. Pear And Almond Butter Toast With Granola

Whole grain bread topped with almond butter, juicy pear slices, honey, and crunchy granola make the perfect on-the-go healthy breakfast. It doesn’t get much easier than this!

7. French Toast In A Mug

This easy recipe could become one of your kid’s favorite go-to breakfast recipes. It takes less than five minutes to make and it comes together in just three easy steps.

8. Quiche Toast Cups

I love this idea! Seriously, who could resist these adorable and tasty mini quiche cups made with plain old sandwich bread? Plus, the beauty of this recipe is that you can toss in any ingredients you like including bacon, sausage, ham, spinach, onions, cheese or anything else you fancy.

9. Easy & Healthy Banana Waffles

Getting a jump on the day with a healthy breakfast is very important – especially when you’re a teenager who has a relentlessly busy schedule. These banana waffles are not only easy, they’re healthy, which means they’ll give your teen plenty of energy to make it through the day.

10. Breakfast Apple Cookies

Did someone say cookies? These delicious apple “bites” are a breeze to make in the morning and the best part is, you can top the sliced apples with a variety of toppings including mini chocolate chips, peanut butter, sliced almonds, chopped walnuts or anything else you like!

11. Healthy Strawberry Banana Smoothie

Sweet and creamy with a delicious strawberry and banana flavor, this healthy smoothie has only three ingredients and whips up in 5 minutes! Plus, it’s rich in fiber and vitamin C.

12. 3-Ingredient Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

These flourless, eggless, gluten-free, vegan breakfast cookies make the perfect healthy breakfast for busy school days. Just three simple ingredients (you can add banana, too if you like) and a few minutes and you’ll have a great on-the-go breakfast that’s perfect for busy teens.

13. Fried Egg Avocado Toast

If you’ve never had toast with a fried egg and avocado, you’re definitely missing out! It’s seriously one of the easiest breakfast ideas and it tastes delicious. For even more flavor, try adding a slice of your favorite cheese.

14. Bacon And Egg Tacos

Just a handful of ingredients is all you need to whip up these easy Bacon and Egg Tacos. Plus, wrap them up and it makes a great take-and-go, no-mess breakfast that teens can eat on the way to the bus.

15. Fruit Salad With Honey Lime Dressing

A bowl of fruit is one of the easiest and healthiest grab-and-go breakfast ideas out there. What makes this fruit bowl deliciously different, is that it’s drizzled with a tangy honey-lime dressing that’s irresistible. Just cut up your favorite fruit (or whatever fruit you happen to have on hand) – and you’ll be out the door in no time.

16. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Banana

Breakfast just got a whole lot easier! This quick and healthy breakfast made with banans, peanut butter, and a few chocolate chips is a match made in heaven. Pair with grapes, a handful of strawberries and milk or juice and breakfast is ready.

17. No-Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars

These easy No-Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars are an absolute breeze to make! Just five simple ingredients including creamy peanut butter, chocolate chips, oats, vanilla and honey and you’ll have a healthy breakfast or afternoon snack the kids will love.

18. The Ultimate Bagel Breakfast Sandwich

There’s nothing better than jumpstarting your morning with a bagel sandwich. Start with an everything bagel and toss on a scrambled egg, sliced cheese, sliced tomato, and avocado and your teen will have enough energy to last until lunchtime.

19. 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fruit Dip

If your goal is to get your teen to eat more fruit, this recipe is likely to do the trick. Three ingredients – peanut butter, yogurt, and cool whip – come together to create a creamy, delectable dip that’s perfect for dipping apples, bananas or any other fruit of their choice.

20. To-Go Baked Oatmeal Muffin Cups

These yummy Oatmeal Muffin Cups are made with a standard oatmeal recipe and topped with whatever toppings you fancy. Serve them up with fruit, chocolate chips, cinnamon, raisins or anything else your tastebuds are calling for.

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