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Waking up Halloween morning can definitely bring on a certain appeal but its that all day long wait in anticipation of the special night that can either leave kids excited or stir crazy!
Mine for sure go a bit crazy while they wait for the sun to go down and all the ghouls and ghost to head out for a night full of candy gathering and spooky fun. But why not start all the Halloween goodness first thing in the morning with a delightful and healthy Halloween breakfast to get them ready for their day.
I know getting kids to eat anything healthy can be a challenge in itself sometimes, but its really important that kids are given proper nutrition on days you know they will most likely splurge on chocolate, caramel, and just straight sugar. So, how do you get kids excited to eat a fun and healthy breakfast?
You make it spooky, cooky, or so weird that they can’t help but want to dig in! Check out these Halloween breakfast ideas to give you some inspiration for the morning time. And hey, if you find your kid loves to gobble down creepy or spooky looking foods, then you have know you can whip up one of these fun recipes anytime to encourage some healthy habits.
How adorable is this Frankenstein smoothie bowl! It is packed full of goodness that toddlers to teens can actually appreciate. The combination of spinach and frozen veggies makes a deliciously rich and tasty breakfast that is perfect for kids who hate to eat their greens.
We actually added some coconut milk and a little bit of protein powder to get the consistency more drinkable and good for an on the go healthy Halloween breakfast!
Eat the rainbow daily for a well balanced diet right? Well, this Halloween breakfast sandwich checks off at least 5 of the colors there. These baked eyeball egg pepper sandwiches are the perfect go to for both sophisticated palettes and those that just love a good peeping meal!
You will need an english muffin (or even a slice of toast would work), some mashed avocado or guacamole, spinach, tomatoes, and a piping hot baked egg in a pepper placed on top. Top it with an olive “eyeball’ and a squirt of creepy ketchup or a little hot sauce and you have the perfect meal to get you through the day.
This dish is a great way to wake up the peepers of sleepy ones!
Ghost pancakes are a great way to start the day for your kids. And you don’t have to drown them in syrup to get them to gobble up this fun and spooky dish.
What I love about making ghost shapes is that they are way easier than trying to make other Halloween decor characters! Perhaps the pumpkin shape is workable as well but that stem always gets broken off when I try.
Ghost pancakes are easy to design and you can use a few little chocolate chips for the creepy eyes and mouth.
If you have a large crown to feed on Halloween, then nothing is better than this Baked Canadian bacon, egg, and potato dish! We love a good gory Halloween eyeball dish to get us in the mood for a full day of Halloween fun.
My aunt made us this dish one year and it was a total hit with all the kids. The creamy hash brown potatoes really made this dish a total meal that kept us full for a long time.
We make this dish (sans the blood) quite often when we have guests as its really easy and everyone really enjoys it. Add some sliced tomatoes on the side and you have one of the most delicious and complete Halloween breakfast ideas around.
How about something great to take on the road that will be a fun treat for all. These make ahead pumpkin yogurt witch hat bites are ideal for when you are in a pinch.
The combination or yogurt and pumpkin gives them a smooth and hearty consistency. You just freeze them and store them till you are ready to devour. This is the perfect idea for toddlers when you are on the go!
These super fun Jack-o lantern oranges can be filled with anything really, but they go especially well with fruit in the center. They make for a fun little snack or a breakfast side dish. These are easy to make and you can use any fruit you might have in the house so no special trip needed to the grocery store.
You might even be able to reuse these for a day or two and just keep filing them up. Small kids will love to help carve the oranges and create the stuffed “pumpkins.”
We love these these yummy Halloween cheese toast ideas for breakfast or lunch. Or even a cute little snack for hungry kids. You can use a number of healthy items to create fun and creepy characters on your cheesy bread.
Make them sweet and savory with fruits and jams or make them spicy and flavorful with jalapenos, tomatoes, and pizza sauce. There is no limit to what you can make here so be as creative as you like with these fun Halloween breakfast ideas.
Halloween screaming eggs are such a fun idea and the really could not be any simpler! You just need to know how to cook the perfect hard boiled egg and you are good!
Make fun screaming faces or cute little jack o lantern looks. Dip the in some mustard or sprinkle on some salt and pepper and gobble up!
Avocado toast has become the latest fad to hit breakfast since the acacia bowl emerged I think. Who doesn’t love a good crunchy avo toast though!
Let your imagination run wild with adorable or creepy characters or even fun Halloween scenes. These cool avocado Halloween toast ideas are great for breakfast even in a pinch
Take your bagel skills to the next level with this mummy inspired dish. All you need to do is place some cream cheese into a pipping bag or sealed ziplock and cut off one of the corners.
Squirt the cream cheese into stripes or rows onto the toasted bagel like mummy bandages. Place some blueberries or strawberry on the tip for the eyes and serve up with a cold glass of OJ or milk!
Everyone surely remembers ants on a log from their childhood, but how about spiders on a log to really give the arachnophobs a run for the door! The cute spider snacks are great for breakfast by them selves or with some fruit or eggs. The protein in the peanut butter should keep your hunger satisfied for a while
Toast too cute to eat? This toast is so creative, clever, and adorable it might actually work against you if you have an art fan on your hands. Gobbling up this fancy Halloween toast with hidden veggies and is fun for all. Food grade coloring pens will make it much easier to craft. Grab a slice of toast with your favorite pumpkin spice latte and enjoy the day.
Ok, so if you are like me and struggle a bit making those super cool designer pancakes, then you can still be totally creative with regular pancakes!
These Halloween pancake ideas are so much fun to make that you might get the whole family involved. Perfect for a sleepover idea or just for a fun morning before an exciting Halloween evening.
Oatmeal is an ideal choice to get your fiber and nutrients. Its fun to dress up or eat plain and keeps you full for many hours. To make these fun colorful oatmeal cups, you add a cup full of veggies or fruits. You will be thrilled with these creepy and delightful Halloween oatmeal bowls as will your whole family.
So now you have 14 gorgeous Halloween breakfast ideas to test out this year! Which will be your families go to and favorite? Do you have additional items you want to share with us, just let us know and we will add to the list.