4. Miniature Muffins: Mini muffins are much easier for little fingers to pick up and eat, and they can be made to appeal to just about any palate. Blueberry is always a safe bet with the kiddos, but another favorite is my 2-Ingredient Pumpkin Spice Mini Muffins. Moms will love them because they are fast to prepare and they freeze beautifully.
5. Breakfast Parfaits: Make a breakfast parfait that is pretty, and your child is bound to be interested! You can layer any yogurt and fruit in a cup, or add cereal or granola for some crunch. Try my “Cat in the Hat” Strawberry Cheesecake Breakfast Parfaits or add my favorite homemade granola recipe to a creation of your own.
6. Miniature PB&J Waffle Sandwiches: One of my favorite breakfasts is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich made with two whole-grain toaster waffles. In the frozen section of your grocery store, grab some miniature waffles for your kids and serve them this tasty treat as well. The mini waffles are not as thick as their full-size counterparts, and are the perfect size for your toddlers to pick up on their own. Much more manageable for the little ones!
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