Back-to-School Breakfast Recipe Roundup
by amber ketchum, MS, RD
Looking for fun breakfast ideas that will be a special start to any school day? Check out these healthy and kid-friendly breakfast treats in Nanny Magazine’s first-ever recipe roundup! Our food editor, dietitian Amber Ketchum, has touched base with some of her favorite food bloggers around the Internet to help nannies (and parents!) come up with some fun back-to-school breakfasts that won’t make your charges late for the school bus.
Detroit dietitian mommy food blogger Katie Serbinski brings us this yummy and easy recipe for baked French toast sticks. Whip this up while your charges are checking to make sure they have what they need in their backpacks for the day.
All you gluten-free nannies are going to love this recipe from Abbey Sharp, plus: blueberries. Need we say more?
It is technically still summer, after all. This recipe is so simple you’ll be able to whip it up faster than you can say, “don’t forget your homework!”
Because nothing says back to school like everyone’s favorite childhood staple: PB&J.
There’s so much protein and fiber packed into this one bowl that your charge definitely won’t get hungry before it’s time to head down to the cafeteria.
Easy and cheesy egg perfection. Make extras because your charges will gobble these down.
Elizabeth Abramson is a mommy dietitian food blogger with an eye for gorgeous foodtography. Check out her tips for nutrition back-to-school breakfasts that tip their hats to the first bell.