If you have an egg allergy in the house, are out of eggs, or simply want more options, these breakfast ideas without eggs are here to help give you delicious ideas to try.
Breakfast Ideas without Eggs
I know it can seem like eggs are the only option for breakfast, so use this post to help expand the range of ideas in your rotation. This can help if there’s an egg allergy in the house and the family can’t have eggs, or if you simply run out or want other options.
In this post, you’ll find ideas for egg-free recipes including yogurt, muffins, pancakes, smoothies, shakes, and more.
You can also look at my Egg-Free Recipes category for more options. If the base recipe has eggs in the ingredient list, look in the Notes at the end for the substitution.
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Favorite Peach Yogurt
This recipe creates a homemade Peach Yogurt that’s similar to store-bought fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt, but the peach flavor is fresh and bright. It’s a great way to use seasonal fruit or affordable frozen peaches, depending on what you have access to, and it works blended smooth or with a chunkier fruit base.
Quick Yogurt Parfaits
Change up your standard breakfast foods with these healthy (and FUN!) Yogurt Parfaits. These ten flavor combinations are simple, nutritious, and endlessly versatile—and are filled with a balanced mix of protein, probiotics, complex carbohydrates and fruit.
Easy Yogurt Bars
They are, like most frozen treats, one that does best when eaten quickly. But given how yummy they are, that shouldn’t be an issue! They’re perfect for bouts of teething and also afternoon snack, dessert, or even breakfast on warm days.
Easy Blueberry Yogurt
This method for making Blueberry Yogurt is straightforward, works with fresh or frozen blueberries, and can be sweetened to taste. You can let the flavor of the berries stand on their own, or you can add a little honey or maple syrup as you like.
Favorite Yogurt Drinks
We are big fans of drinkable yogurt in our house and use it constantly as a kids drink to pair with breakfast or snack. I love it since it’s a great way to serve up protein and calcium (especially when the littles aren’t so into milk)—and making them at home when I can is one of my favorite ways to reduce my grocery bill.
Banana Smoothie with Milk
This Banana Smoothie, which is made with milk for ease, is one of our go-to smoothies for kids. It’s easy, filling, and super delicious. There are optional add-ins you can layer in for additional nutrition if you want, though the base recipe is both easy and nutritious.
Easy Strawberry Smoothie (with Veggies)
With simple ingredients, six flavor variations, and one easy method, this Strawberry Smoothie recipe is here for you! Change it up based on what you have and what the kids like—in perfectly creamy smoothie texture, every time.
Favorite Toddler Smoothie (with Veggies!)
This yummy toddler smoothie method is simple to blend up and even easier to customize for breakfast or snack time. It’s a perfect smoothie for kids since it’s naturally sweet, loaded with nutrition from fruit and veggies, and tastes great!
Quick Chocolate Protein Shake
It has the texture of a thick chocolate milk and can sit in the fridge for up to 3 days. Which means you can make a big batch and serve it up for a few days in a row.
Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl
I’ve learned over the years as a parent that sometimes, a simple change to the way we serve a food is all it takes to get the kids interested. And these Smoothie Bowls are a super fun way to serve a smoothie—and the kids can DIY the toppings!
Healthy Breakfast Bars with Jam
With wholesome ingredients and not a lot of added sugar, you can quickly bake up Healthy Breakfast Bars to serve for breakfasts or snacks throughout the week. And they are SO good!
Banana Oatmeal Bars
These are easy to take on the go, you can cut them into sticks or squares, and they can be eaten chilled out of the fridge or warmed up slightly.
Favorite Fig Bars Recipe
They are made primarily with pantry staples and store so well in the fridge or freezer. Best of all? They have pure fig taste. (And you don’t need an electric mixer or any fancy cooking gear to make them.)
Favorite Carrot Cake Oatmeal
Make the easiest Carrot Cake Oatmeal and serve up a dose of veggies for breakfast in a kid-friendly form everyone will love. This is such a great way to start the day with a nutritious breakfast that’s packed with favorite flavors from carrot cake.
Easy Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
Made with just a few wholesome ingredients, this Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal cooks up fast and easily—which is exactly what you want in a breakfast! (P.S. I love it just as much as my kids do.)
Oatmeal with Fruit
Learn how to cook oatmeal with ANY fruit you have on hand, whether fresh, dried, frozen or canned. Plus: This recipe is so easy to make and reheat for easy breakfasts, which is a perfect way to ensure you never waste any leftovers you may have.
Easy Instant Oatmeal
Make an assortment of flavors of instant oatmeal in minutes and have delicious breakfast options ready and waiting for the whole family.
Baked Oatmeal Cups
These easy Baked Oatmeal Cups are an ideal way to serve oatmeal to babies, baby-led weaning style, and to toddlers who like to feed themselves.
Overnight Oats with Greek Yogurt and Mango
With a bright tropical flavor and a simple method, these Overnight Oats with Greek Yogurt are an easy make-ahead breakfast for the whole family. The Mango Overnight Oats take 5 minutes to stir together, and they store in the fridge for days!
Chia Seed Oatmeal
I love oatmeal of all kinds—with fruit, with mashed banana, with carrots—and I really love adding in extra nutrition so it’s both filling and yummy. Chia seeds are awesome in oatmeal because add fiber and healthy fats and soften up nicely.
Chocolate Chia Pudding
Favorite Coconut Chia Pudding
Transform simple ingredients into nutrition-packed Coconut Chia Pudding. It’s a perfect kid’s breakfast or snack that parents will enjoy too!
So Good Sugar-Free Banana Muffins
Mix up a batch of these easy-to-make Sugar-Free Banana Muffins to share with your baby or toddler come breakfast or snack time. You don’t need any special ingredients and they are super moist and flavorful.
Healthy Zucchini Muffins
These are one of our favorite muffin recipes, especially since they’re super moist and don’t need any special ingredients. And, of course, they taste delicious.
Fluffy Vegan Banana Pancakes
These Vegan Banana Pancakes hit all the right notes of deliciousness. They are packed with nutrients, are seriously fluffy, and have a perfect burst of banana flavor.