34 Kid Friendly Freezer Meals: Breakfast

34 Kid Friendly Freezer Meals Breakfast

34 Kid Friendly Freezer Meals: Breakfast

Ever wake up in the morning wanting something delicious that you know will take too long to make? Or, maybe your kids want pancakes, or something else for breakfast that you just don’t have the time for before dropping them off at school. If so, then you need to take advantage of the kid friendly freezer meals below that are just for breakfast, and maybe snacks, too!

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When you take a little time over the weekend to bake or make breakfast foods for the week; then eating those foods you want when you first wake up, before truly starting your day, is possible!

When you have to be out the door at a certain time in the morning; it feels so good to only have to warm up breakfast for your kids and get them to eat before leaving, instead of having to actually  make it in the morning, too!

So, take a look at the recipes below and make a few batches to freeze; it’ll save you time, money, and your sanity on busy mornings!!

Be sure to check out all the items for Back to School Needs and Inexpensive Kitchen Stuff for Moms and Kids HERE for all your back to school and easy breakfast needs!!

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34 Kid Friendly Freezer Meals: Breakfast


One of my girls, and my own, favorite breakfast foods are waffles!

Luckily, they are easy to make and freeze really well. We usually make them on the weekend and I simply double or triple the recipe and freeze what we don’t eat. Makes for a super easy breakfast on another day; just pop in the toaster or microwave and add some syrup!

Easy Freezable Applesauce Waffles (Dippable!)

Photo from strengthandsunshine.com

Banana Waffles

Toasty, golden, crunchy Banana Waffles are in your breakfasting future and they couldn't be simpler to make because you can whip the batter up in your blender!
Photo from avirtualvegan.com

Easy Vegan Gluten Free Waffles

Photo from delightfuladventures.com

Crispy Vegan Waffles with Lentil Protein

Photo from mypureplants.com


We’re not big on a savory breakfast, but if you and your kids are, check out the recipes below!

Mini Chickpea Flour Vegan Frittata Bites (Gluten-Free, Allergy-Free)

Photo from strengthandsunshine.com


Photo from thepetitecook.com


Pancakes are another great breakfast option to make and double or triple the batch over the weekend to freeze!

Mini Gluten-Free Cinnamon Pancake Bites (Vegan, Allergy-Free)

Photo from strengthandsunshine.com

Pink Beet Pancakes [V+GF+Oil Free]

beet pancakes stacked on plate with blueberries, shredded coconut, chocolate chips
Photo from thishealthykitchen.com

Beghrir – Moroccan Semolina Pancakes With Maple Nutmeg Roasted Plantains – {Vegan}

Photo from recipesfromapantry.com

(recipe from a different culture-something fun and new to try with kids-Beghrir / Baghrir aka Moroccan pancakes)

The Best Vegan Apple Cinnamon Pancakes Recipe

Vegan Apple Pancakes

Healthy & Easy Vegan Oatmeal Pancakes (no eggs, no milk, no banana)

Maple syrup being poured from a white pourer onto fluffy vegan oatmeal pancakes with blueberries on top. These easy vegan oatmeal pancakes have no egg, no banana, and are easy to make.

The Best Vegan Pancakes (gluten-free)

Photo from shivanilovesfood.com

Apple pancakes – Easy healthy breakfast (Vegan)

Photo from cookingjourneyblog.com


Photo from littlesunnykitchen.com

French Toast

Finding a french toast recipe not loaded in saturated fats (aka- not using eggs) and still tasting great, I thought was going to be impossible. But, it’s not! Check out the recipes below for some delicious french toast!

Gluten-Free Cinnamon French Toast Bites (Allergy-Free, Vegan)

Photo from strengthandsunshine.com

Dairy Free French Toast (Vegan)

Photo from makeitdairyfree.com


always have muffins in the freezer! Whether we eat them for breakfast or just a snack, they are great to have on hand with kids. My girls even love helping me make them. And by that I mean that they get very upset when I don’t let them help, even if ‘helping’ is just placing the silicone baking cups on a tray for me to fill with the batter. (But, they like to fill the cups with the batter, too!)

Healthy Vegan Blueberry Muffins

Photo from stresslessbehealthy.com

Surprisingly Delicious Healthy Apple Muffin Recipe!!!

A single apple muffin with icing in front, with another muffin and apple behind it.

Gluten-Free Bakery-Style Blueberry Muffins (Vegan, Allergy-Free)

Photo from strengthandsunshine.com

Gluten-Free Bakery-Style Chocolate Chip Muffins (Vegan, Allergy-Free)

Gluten-Free Bakery-Style Chocolate Chip Muffins (Vegan, Allergy-Free) | Strength and Sunshine @RebeccaGF666 A healthier, tender and fluffy, muffin recipe studded with dark chocolate chips! Gluten-Free Bakery-Style Chocolate Chip Muffins that are vegan and allergy-free! Your favorite bakeshop classic, now enjoyable for everyone as a breakfast, brunch or snack bite; perfect with a cup of coffee or tea! #chocolatechipmuffins #muffins #glutenfree #vegan #allergyfree #strengthandsunshine
Photo from strengthandsunshine.com


Photo from rhiansrecipes.com

Easy Vegan Banana Nut Bread Bites

Photo from jollyslice.com

Easy Vegan Blueberry Muffins

Photo from recipesfromapantry.com

Quick Breads

Quick breads are a delicious breakfast option and freezes well, too! I’d recommend letting it completely cool, slicing it, and then freezing; that way you can warm up only the amount you (and your kids) want to eat, instead of having to warm up the whole loaf. Unless of course, if you make quite a few loaves at once to freeze and want to take one out a week to eat. (Be prepared that they may disappear in a day! At least they always seem to in my house.)

Classic Gluten-Free Banana Bread (Vegan, Allergy-Free)

Photo from strengthandsunshine.com


Photo from rhiansrecipes.com


I don’t know a kid who wouldn’t want to eat cookies for breakfast!

Allergen Friendly Sweet Potato Cookies [V+GF & Nut Free!]

Photo from thishealthykitchen.com

Burritos and Breakfast Pockets

If you like eating savory and filling breakfasts, be sure to check out the recipes below! I would personally make and freeze these for lunches or dinners because my taste buds likes sweet or fruity things in the morning.

Tofu Breakfast Burritos (Freezer-Friendly!)

Photo from delightfuladventures.com

vegan tofu scramble breakfast pockets

vegan tofu scramble breakfast pockets | The Baking Fairy
Photo from thebakingfairy.net


Oatmeal is a great breakfast option, whether you make it ahead of time and freeze it, or make it on the spot! Just be sure to portion it out before freezing; you shouldn’t refreeze food that has already been frozen and then warmed up.

Healthy Blueberry Oatmeal Recipe

Healthy blueberry oatmeal in a white bowl with extra blueberries on top.


Photo from runningonrealfood.com

Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Recipe

Apple cinnamon oatmeal with non-dairy milk and pecans in a white bowl.


Photo from littlesunnykitchen.com


Breakfast bars are great! They freeze well, and to defrost them you simply just have to leave them out of the freezer long enough for them to get soft enough to eat. They’re a great size for kids, and perfect for eating while breastfeeding (in case you have a newborn and little kids, like I do, this is very important!).

Chewy Banana Quinoa Bars – Vegan, Gluten, and Peanut Free

Photo from servedfromscratch.com

Healthy Blueberry Breakfast Bars (3 Ingredient,Vegan,Gluten-free)

Four Blueberry Breakfast bars stacked on top of each other
Photo from allergyummy.com

The Best Kind of Breakfasts!!

Honestly, the best kind of breakfast in my home is one that I don’t have to make in the morning!

The freezable breakfast recipes above make that possible. Simply make a batch of a few of the recipes above, or double or triple a couple of the recipes, over the weekend so you have breakfast made for all week! All you’ll need to do is warm them up.

This is how my girls and I are able to have healthy breakfasts every day when I don’t feel like cooking in the morning, or don’t have the time or energy to do so.

What are your kids favorite kid friendly freezer meals to have for breakfast? Leave a comment to let me know!

Be sure to check out all the items for Back to School Needs and Inexpensive Kitchen Stuff for Moms and Kids HERE for all your back to school and easy breakfast needs!!

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