A fun way to kick off your child’s birthday is to start the day with a festive birthday breakfast. 15 Birthday Breakfast Ideas your kids will go crazy for. For anything colored, be sure to use dye-free food coloring because food dyes can be really harmful for kids to ingest, and sprinkles without any artificial colors, gluten or soy.
Birthday Breakfast Ideas to Kick Off & Celebrate Your Child’s Birthday
Breakfast is my children’s favorite meal of the day and they’ll often ask for “breakfast dinner” whether that’s a stack of pancakes or a stuffed omelette. Breakfast food is delicious and if anyone wants to debate that cold-hard fact, they’re going to have to take it up with my three children.
What I love about making a special breakfast when it’s someone in our family’s birthday, is that it kicks off the day of celebrating them in a fun, and very yummy way!
We celebrate birthdays from sun-up until sun-down and have a long list of birthday traditions we do for each person’s birthday.
Despite the food coma or sugar rush that kids taking running leaps off the couch, I’m still a proponent of starting the day with an extra special birthday breakfast to kick off the big and very important day.
My kids usually ask for chocolate chip or blueberry pancakes, but for my twins’ birthday this year, I did some extra digging to find some new, and best of all, delicious birthday breakfast ideas everyone in your family will be asking seconds for.
After my research, I have a few new ideas for mixing up our birthday breakfast dishes this year and I’m excited to see their reactions when they see, and taste the yumminess I whip up for them.
Peanut Butter Banana Bites
These simple peanut butter banana bites are healthier and still a little fun. From Sugar Bee Crafts.
Cake Batter Oatmeal
Fruity Pebbles Yogurt Parfait
This is a super simple, but colorful birthday breakfast you can make in a snap from Raining Hot Coupons.
Mini Cake-Batter Cinnamon Rolls
These miniature cake batter cinnamon rolls not only look cute, but delicious. Sally’s Baking Addiction.
Frozen Yogurt Covered Berries
Okay, so this isn’t exactly a full breakfast, but these frozen yogurt covered berries would make a delicious side dish to the birthday breakfast you whip up! From Tablespoon
Children love bite-size foods and these mini pancakes with fruit and nutella are simple, and genius! Mini pancakes plus fruit and nutella?! Genius and adorable. Tablespoon recipe for Pancake Kabobs.
Pancake Cupcakes with Maple Bacon Frosting
Get the recipe for these yummy pancake cupcakes with maple bacon frosting from Pancake Brown Eyed Baker.
These colorful waffles with whipped cream clouds will have your kids scarfing them down in no time. When you use food coloring, be sure to use dye-free food coloring choices as a safer option. My Cupcake Addiction.
Fruit Kabob Skewers
These fruit skewers look delicious. Check out the recipe for these Rainbow Fruit Skewers with Vanilla-Honey Yogurt Dip from The Comfort of Cooking.
If you have a chocolate lover or a few in your house like I do, then these chocolate cake mix waffles are a must! Add homemade whip cream or fruit and you’re set! Betty Crocker.
This could be the easiest breakfast idea on here – just sprinkle rainbow sprinkles on top of toast for fairy toast! What A Dish.
DIY Alphabet Donuts & Funfetti Donuts
If you’re okay going the DIY route, then give your go at making your own donuts. These alphabet donuts are adorable and scrumptious! Salty Canary and cute baked funfetti donuts from If You Give a Blonde a Kitchen.
Strawberry Shortcake Snakes
Using shortcake, strawberries, and yogurt, you can create a fun breakfast snake from First for Women.
Pink Pancakes (or any Color you Choose)
Make the morning fun and colorful with pink (or any color you choose) pancakes! From Kids Activities Blog.
When my twins were two, we had a breakfast birthday party and kept the menu pretty simple and bite-size for guests. We suggested guests wore their pajamas and brought their favorite stuffed animal to the party, too!
Here’s some ideas for hosting a birthday at breakfast time:
- Egg muffins (cheese and egg or a mix of sausage/bacon/peppers works for adults, too!)
- Pancake and fruit kabobs
- Make your own cereal, granola or yogurt bar with an assortment of fruit and toppings
- Fruit platters
- Assortment of Donut
- Hot chocolate, milk, warm cider, and coffee for the adults!