Kids Favorite Allergen Free Breakfast Ideas

 Kids Favorite Allergen Free breakfast Ideas

Calling all Moms . . . what are your kids favorite allergen free breakfast ideas?  We need to list them all here and help a Mama out!

Some say breakfast is the most important meal of the day . . . .maybe they can help figure out what to feed kids with multiple food allergies every day for breakfast! 

Breakfast can be a challenge on the best of mornings, toss in getting ready for school, finding library books, packing a lunch and getting shoes on before heading out the door. . .and, well, who has time to think about allergen free breakfast ideas?

Hopefully this list will come in handy and hopefully you have a few more ideas to add to it !

Kids Favorite Allergen Free Breakfast Ideas

Protein Balls . . . squish into cookies

1 cup gluten free oats
¼ maple syrup
¼ creamy seed butter
¼ chocolate chips
Protein Powder - optional

Mix together, form into balls and then squish down into healthy breakfast cookies!

Super Easy Granola

2 cups gluten free oats
¼ c maple syrup
1/4c pumpkin seeds

Bake 350 for 20 mins
Let cool
Add pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, dried cranberries or blueberries
Store in air tight container for up to 2 weeks.

Breakfast Wraps

1 gluten free wrap
Spread seed butter down the center
Add some homemade granola for crunch
Add a full banana OR some berries and roll up & enjoy.

Breakfast Banana Sushi

Peel a banana
Spread seed butter on outside
Roll in your favorite crushed gluten free cereal.

Chai Seed Pudding

3 tbsp chia seeds
1/2c non dairy milk
1/4c berries - fresh or frozen
1/2 scoop protein powder (optional)

Make this one the night before.  Mix all ingredients in a small jar or bowl. 
cover and refrigerate overnight.  Enjoy. 

Recipes Links You'll Love (more coming!)

Cinnamon Crumble Coffee Cake - @allergymomwithamission


More Ideas (Recipes coming soon!)

Breakfast cookies

Overnight oats

Avocado toast


Smothie bowls



What other ideas can we add to our lists? 

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