15 Toddler Breakfast Ideas That Are Picky Eater Approved

15 Toddler Breakfast Ideas That Are Picky Eater Approved

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Her favorite word might be “no,” but you’re not letting that stop you from putting a nutritious breakfast in your 2-year-old’s belly every morning (even if it’s just a few bites and most of it ends up on the floor). Luckily, these 15 toddler breakfast ideas are picky eater-approved and they’re not Cheerios—a win-win, if you ask us.

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Fact: No one is immune to the appeal of pancakes, even persnickety toddlers. These require zero flipping—genius.


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Slather them in grape jelly and watch them disappear. (Just make sure you have napkins nearby.)

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They’re the ideal size for small fingers to hold (and dip). Just don’t be surprised when you start sneaking a few.

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Bacon makes any meal irresistible—these portable, mess-free egg cups are proof.

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You don’t even have to tell them there’s zucchini snuck in there. They won’t suspect a thing. Genius, Coterie member Maria Lichty.

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It’s creamy, dreamy and ever-so-slightly spicy—but if your kid won’t touch ginger, you can reduce the amount or leave it out entirely.

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Start ’em on taco Tuesday as early as possible.

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You’ll love that it’s packed with nutritious blueberries; he’ll love that it’s crumbly, sweet and topped with streusel.

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Unlike most muffin recipes, this one is low on sugar and packed with protein. It also comes together in, like, five minutes, if you weren’t already sold.

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These healthy egg muffins can be made the night before and stashed in the fridge, then reheated the next day. Breakfast tantrum, avoided. (Thanks, Coterie member Monique Volz.)

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We’re partial to goat cheese, arugula and red peppers, but you can use whatever veggies your kid likes (er, tolerates).

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A sneaky way to get your kid to eat vegetables? We’re all in on this easy, healthy meal, courtesy of Coterie member Ali Maffucci.

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Aside from the obvious perks (bacon, eggs and cheese in a handy tortilla package), this dish is also surprisingly freezer-friendly—swoon.

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It’s official: Put anything in a muffin tin and it’s got instant toddler approval. (Thanks, Coterie member Gaby Dalkin.)

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They’ll never ask for Cheerios again.
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