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Explore this collection of baby and kid-friendly strawberry breakfast recipes. These easy and nutritional treats make the perfect breakfast or snacks for your growing family!

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Favorite Strawberry Breakfast Recipes

These recipes feature a mix of fresh, frozen, and freeze-dried strawberries, giving you flexibility based on your location and what’s in your kitchen.

I’ll guide you on introducing strawberries to your little ones and share ways the whole family can savor them.

Plus, most of these recipes are perfect for making ahead or popping in the freezer. So, you can tackle busy mornings head-on with delicious and nutrient-packed choices!

And for more easy, delicious ideas, here are:

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1. Easy Strawberry Yogurt

A close up shot of strawberry yogurt with strawberries in the backgrounnd.

This strawberry yogurt is crafted with just four simple ingredients!

Whether you opt for fresh or frozen strawberries, you’ve got the freedom to jazz up your homemade strawberry yogurt with your kiddos’ favorite toppings – think granola (try this no added sugar granola), nuts, or fresh fruit!

2. Strawberry Waffles

Two waffles with yogurt and fresh strawberries.

Made with simple, easy-to-find ingredients, these healthy strawberry waffles are loaded with protein, fiber, and healthy fats!

They are light and fluffy, and your kids are sure to love them.

An added bonus: these waffles freeze great! Making breakfast on busy mornings a breeze.

3. Strawberry Banana Pancakes

Stacked pancakes with slices cut out to show the inside.

Get ready for a treat with these Fresh Strawberry Banana Pancakes – they’re light, fresh, and downright delicious!

Strawberries and bananas team up to create a flavor combo that truly shines in these pancakes. Whether it’s a special occasion or just a regular morning, whip up a batch – they’re sure to be a hit anytime!

4. Strawberry Drinks

Easy Strawberry Juice

An overhead shot of juice.

Made with just two ingredients, this vibrant and nutritious strawberry juice is so refreshing! It is so great to make at home and can easily be modified to suit your taste.

Strawberry Banana Milkshake

Strawberry banana milkshake in a glass with a straw and strawberries in the background.

These Strawberry Banana Milkshakes are satisfying for the whole crew.

Forget the ice cream; frozen bananas and strawberries take the spotlight in this recipe, making it an ideal choice for speedy breakfasts.

5. Sugar Free Strawberry Jam

a side view of strawberry jam in a mason jar with a spoon.

This no added sugar strawberry jam tastes like the real deal! It comes together in 10 minutes and only has 3 ingredients, including a special secret ingredient.

This jam makes the BEST peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for quick lunch for toddlers and kicks off the day strong for a yummy breakfast too. This is a perfect first jam for babies and toddlers to try!

6. Strawberry Banana Baked Oatmeal

A close up shot of baked strawberry oatmeal in a pan.

If you’re a fan of strawberries and bananas tag-teaming, here’s another gem to give a shot!

It’s especially awesome if you’re looking to introduce your little ones to strawberries in a safe way. This fuss-free baked strawberry banana oatmeal is perfect to prep ahead. Jazz it up with your favorite toppings or enjoy it as-is.

7. Easy Almond Flour Mug Cake with Strawberries

A close up shot of spooned mug cake.A close up shot of spooned mug cake.

Indulge in this microwave magic – a single-serving cake that’s whipped up right in your microwave, so no worries about cranking up the oven heat. It’s all about that moist, soft, and just-right sweetness.

With basic ingredients and around 5 minutes of your time, you’ll be savoring this strawberry mug cake in no time. Seriously, it doesn’t get any simpler than this!

8. Peanut Butter Cheerio Cereal Bars with Strawberries

a square cereal bar placed on toddler's palm.

Whip up these strawberry peanut butter cheerio cereal bars with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.

Thanks to freeze-dried strawberries, you can enjoy these bars any time of the year, and the best part? No cooking needed for these delicious treats!

9. Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

Don’t be fooled by their fancy appearance; these treats are a piece of cake to make. Just blend strawberries with yogurt, add a dollop of peanut butter, and coat them in chocolate. It’s a foolproof recipe for deliciousness!

10. Strawberry Overnight Oats

Close up of a bowl of strawberry overnight oats topped with blueberries.

Simply combine some oats with those juicy strawberries and let the fridge do its thing overnight! It’s quick and tasty breakfast (or snack!) for those bustling mornings with the kids!

11. Stuffed French Toast with Strawberries

Close up of a stack of stuffed french toast with a strawberry cream cheese filling.

Stuffed with a sweet strawberry cream cheese filling, dunked in a custardy mixture, and cooked to golden perfection – this stuffed French toast looks and tastes fancy but is so easy to make at home.

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About Min

Thank you so much for stopping by! I am Min, a Registered Dietitian, a Christ follower, a wife, and a mom to our two miracle babies! Currently, I’m having a ton of fun feeding their tummies and sharing our baby led weaning journey! Follow me on Instagram if interested in seeing daily menu as well as tips and tricks.

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