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6 Holiday Breakfast Recipes Your Kids Will Love

The holiday season is officially here, kicking off with Thanksgiving on Thursday. If you’re like me, you already have your menu planned down to every last detail. We love having Thanksgiving dinner with our family, and I want to make sure everyone can enjoy it.

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Sometimes we get so caught up in planning and prepping for the big Thanksgiving dinner that we totally forget about breakfast. Not this year! Here’s 6 delectable holiday breakfast recipes that are indulgent and satisfying. Your kids will definitely love the special breakfast treat on Thanksgiving!

Leave room this holiday season for these 6 holiday breakfast recipes! They're delicious and indulgent, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning.

1. Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

If you’re crunched for time, bake the oatmeal the night before, and simply reheat in the morning! There’s nothing better than warm, comforting oatmeal for breakfast. Since it’s baked, it makes it even easier to portion out.

Leave room this holiday season for these 6 holiday breakfast recipes! They're delicious and indulgent, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning.

2. Homemade S’mores Poptarts

Ditch the boxed pastries and make your own! Sweet s’mores meet a kid favorite in these homemade popcarts. Make them ahead of time and stick them in the toaster the morning of! Your kids will love the unexpected treat.

Leave room this holiday season for these 6 holiday breakfast recipes! They're delicious and indulgent, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning.

3. Apple Fritter Muffins

Apples are in season around this time of year, so I’ve been using every excuse to put them in as many recipes as possible! These muffins have that classic apple fritter flavor without all the hassle of frying. They’re soft and filling enough to last you until the big Thanksgiving meal!

Leave room this holiday season for these 6 holiday breakfast recipes! They're delicious and indulgent, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning.

4. Baked Pumpkin French Toast from Two Peas and Their Pod

When you think of an indulgent breakfast, you automatically think of french toast. This pumpkin french toast bake takes less hands-on time because all you have to do is mix the ingredients, pour into a baking pan, and put it in the oven! It’s a decadent and easy breakfast perfect for the holidays.

Leave room this holiday season for these 6 holiday breakfast recipes! They're delicious and indulgent, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning.

5. Slow Cooker Overnight Pecan Pie Oatmeal from I Heart Eating

Pecan pie is a Thanksgiving staple, especially down here in Louisiana. Enjoy all the delicious flavors of pecan pie in this healthier oatmeal version! Plus, you cook it in the slow cooker overnight, so you’ll have breakfast waiting for you when you wake up. Does it get any better?

Leave room this holiday season for these 6 holiday breakfast recipes! They're delicious and indulgent, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning.

6. Healthy Greek Yogurt Pumpkin Bread from Chelsea’s Messy Apron

Add a little protein to your kids’ breakfasts with this pumpkin bread made with greek yogurt! It’s delicious enough to be indulgent, but it’s actually healthier than most breads. Plus, it has that classic pumpkin flavor everyone loves!

Leave room this holiday season for these 6 holiday breakfast recipes! They're delicious and indulgent, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning.

From the team here at MOMables, we hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving with your loved ones!

2 Thanksgiving Week Survival Guide for the Kids

Are the kids home this week for their Thanksgiving break? Are you at a loss about what they will do all week? Don’t worry! I’ve created a “Thanksgiving Week Survival Guide.” This list includes 10 activities to do with your kids, including crafts, baking, and much more!

Thanksgiving Activity and Craft Ideas

I know that if you are not living in the U.S., you are not celebrating Thanksgiving this week. That’s okay! Consider this a freebie for your next holiday week or long weekend when you have the kids home. 

Activity #1
Turkey Hand-/Footprint Plate
My mom is hosting Thanksgiving this year, and grandparents LOVE this king of keepsake. Get the directions and materials here.DIY Thanksgiving Plate Keepsake

Activity #2
Scavenger Hunt.
I plan on doing this Thanksgiving–themed hunt after we eat Thanksgiving dinner but while we wait for dessert (have to let the food go down, right?

Thanksgiving Scavendar Hunt

Activity #3
Bake something together.
We are making these apple pie muffins. Do I have to sell you on the idea of apple pie flavors baked into a muffin? Get the recipe here.

Apple Pie Muffins

Activity #4
Bring out their inner scientists.
This “Sparkly Explosion” 
experiment is fun, and it lets the kids use their imagination while learning at the same time. Click here to learn how.

Sparkly Expolsion Science ExperimentActivity #5
Marshmallow Towers
Getting too loud around the house? This 
activity will keep them calm and prevent the familiar “I’m bored” phrase. Get the how-to here.

Build a Marshmallow TowerActivity #6
Make a “Thankful Tree.”
This is one activity we plan on doing as a family. Together, we can say all the things we are thankful for. Get the 
printables here

Thanksgiving Thankful Tree

Activity #7
Hip Waddle
When they need a break from video games or TV time,
this is one fun game that will get them moving and giggling. 

Indoor Activity Game - Hip WaddleActivity #8
Thanksgiving Minute-To-Win-It
Bring out their competitive side with this Thanksgiving edition of the popular game. Game-night reinvented! Get the game printables here.

Thanksgiving Minute To Win ItActivity #9
Thanksgiving Bingo
Are you gathering with a lot of the family? Make this one fun activity everyone will love to play!

Thanksgiving Bingo

Activity #10
Movie Night
We plan on catching up on movies we missed this week. My 
daughter made a long “watch list” on Netflix, and popcorn is in the plans. Make your own popcorn without the chemicals like this, and turn it into Almond Joy popcorn or White Chocolate Popcorn

White Chocolate Popcorn from MOMables

 

And there you have it, my friends. My activity list to hang out and do cool things with my kids.
Here’s to a wonderful week ahead to be spent with your family!

 

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