17. French Toast Roll-Ups
Did your eyes just get REALLY big? I thought so. French toast is amazing in itself, but just imagine it rolled and stuffed with fruit and cream cheese (or Nutella), dipped in egg, and finally a cinnamon-sugar mix before being grilled on a skillet. Awesome. Go check out the recipe an instructions for this over at The Girl Who Ate Everything!
18. Banana Pops
What a fun way to get the kids to eat something healthy for breakfast! I suppose if you put a popsicle stick on just about anything they’re more likely to eat it. You could also freeze these and serve them as dessert or an after-school snack. Go check out the instructions and add-on ideas for these over at Chocolate-Covered Katie!
19. Baked Oatmeal Bars
These baked oatmeal bars may look like dessert, but they are made with oats and peanut butter! I think they might be calling my name for breakfast this weekend. They are just as good left over, so bake up a big batch to last you the entire week. Hop on over to The 36th Avenue for the recipe and instructions.