By Amy ValmUpdated Dec 18, 2018
Make your Saturday morning breakfast extra special with these savoury cups. Get the recipe: Fancy Eggs and Toast Cups>
Staisfying and ready in a pinch, use up those fresh blueberries in this simple recipe. Get the recipe: Honey Blueberry Toasts>Photo: Jodi Pudge
What kid can resist this adorable assembly of fruit and pretzels?
Get the recipe: Grapefruit Owl>
The addition of cooked quinoa gives this recipe a hearty and healthy twist.
Get the recipe: Quinoa Banana Bread>Photo: Emily Cumming
Tasty and portable, kiwi has more vitamin C than an orange.
Get the recipe: Kiwi-Yogurt Cups>Photo: Rob Caruso
Finally! These are no-fuss poached eggs that your kids will actually eat. Cute and perfect for dipping. Yay. Get the recipe: Poached Egg on Fancy Toast>
Wash down your breakfast with a thick glass of the good stuff. The pineapple and apples totally hide the two cups of kale. Get the recipe: Green Apple Smoothie>Photo: Maya Visnyei
A double hit of ginger and antioxidant-packed blueberries, makes these muffins extra healthy. Get the instructions: Blueberry-Ginger Muffins>Photo: Roberto Caruso
Hankering for a hearty breakfast sandwich? Our tasty recipe is worth the effort. Get the recipe: Breakfast Confetti Sliders>
This vegan dish is a modern take on tapioca pudding. Make it the night before for a simple, protein-packed morning meal. Get the recipe: Coconut Chia Pudding>
Your kids will love this slurpy, fruit-filled drink.
Get the recipe: Peach Creamsicle Smoothie>Photo: Andrew Grinton
Get your calcium, fruits and grains all at once with this easy jam upgrade. Get the recipe: Cottage Cheese with Macerated Berries>
Have the kids munch on these on the drive to school. Get the recipe: Blueberry-Cinnamon Granola Bars>Photo: Maya Visnyei
Perfect for brunch or breakfast-for-dinner, this savoury dish is a nice switch from traditional sweet and sticky French toast. And you know what they say? An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Get the recipe: Cheese and Apple Crumpet French Toast>