15 Toddler Breakfasts with Eggs

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A list of 15 simple and easy toddler breakfasts with eggs. I’m sharing how I got my toddler to eat eggs by serving them different ways for breakfast.

My toddler didn’t always like eggs! If you toddler loves eggs, these breakfast ideas are for you. If your toddler doesn’t like eggs, these breakfast ideas are also for you.

How to get your toddler to eat eggs? Frequent exposure to foods that your toddler doesn’t like is a great way to eventually encourage them to try and eat it.

Start small and simple with a small amount of eggs on their plate. Try serving them in different styles, cooked differently, with different foods mixed in, or in fun shapes. Don’t pressure them to eat the eggs and don’t be too discouraged if they don’t. Liking new food can take time.

Below are 15 toddler breakfasts with eggs to try with your kiddo.

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Favorite Feeding Supplies

P.S. these are some of our favorite feeding supplies to make meal time with your toddler just a little bit easier!

Sandwich & Veggie Cutters: a fun way to cut shapes into fruits, veggies, sandwiches, or eggs! My toddler gets so excited when he sees these shapes on this plate. These can be especially great for picky eaters or trying new foods.

Munchkin Silverwareour favorite silverware that we use every single day. This toddler silverware set has held up so well in the dishwasher and at least a year so far of everyday use. I like that the fork is more like a ‘spork’ and still great for scooping.

Pillowfort Plates:  these are our go-to plates and bowls. They are very durable and come in such cute colors. You will see these in all our meal photos below.

Okay, now onto the food!

Ides for Toddler Breakfasts with Eggs

Toddler Breakfasts with Eggs: scrambled eggs, french toast, mini omelettes, breakfast burrito.
  1. Scrambled eggs – simple scrambled eggs cooked in grass-fed butter. Be sure not to salt them too much (or at all) for toddlers. Side of avocado slices.
  1. French toast – this was my toddler’s first exposure to eggs when he was a baby. Whisk an egg in a medium bowl and sprinkle in some cinnamon, dunk pieces of bread in (we like Dave’s Killer Bread) and then fry on a pan on both sides until cooked through. Side of avocado and peaches.
  1. Mini Omelettes – mini omelettes are a great way to incorporate veggies into breakfast. Whisk one egg in a small bowl and add raw or frozen veggies of choice (here we had peas and carrots). Drop spoonfuls onto a greased pan and cook until both sides are cooked through. Side of pears.
  1. Mini Breakfast Burrito – wrap up eggs and some of your toddler’s favorite toppings. Here we had breakfast burritos with eggs, avocado, and hashbrowns. Be sure not to make it too big or it can be difficult and intimidating for your toddler to eat. Side of peaches and grapes.
Toddler Breakfasts with Eggs: scrambled eggs with cheese, DIY breakfast burrito, banana french toast, breakfast scramble.
  1. Scrambled eggs with cheese – cheese can make any meal more toddler-friendly. Classic scrambled eggs cooked in grass-fed butter but with cheese folded in and sprinkled on top. Side of avocado toast.
  1. DIY Mini Breakfast Burrito – often times kids are more likely to eat food if they helped make it themselves. My toddler has been loving any DIY meals and loves this DIY mini breakfast burrito. Serve scrambled eggs with tortilla pieces and toppings like sweet potato, green pepper, shredded cheese, and avocado.
  1. Banana French Toast – like normal french toast, but with a banana in the batter. Whisk 2 eggs in a medium bowl and add in a smushed ripe banana. Cook like normal french toast on a griddle. We also top ours with extra banana. No need for any syrup or sweetener!
  1. Breakfast scramble – take your toddler’s favorite breakfast foods and scrambled them together in a pan with eggs. Here we had eggs, hashbrowns, deli turkey, and red bell pepper. Like an unwrapped breakfast burrito.
Toddler Breakfasts with Eggs: cookie cutter eggs, scrambled eggs with spinach, oatmeal with eggs, broccoli and cheese scrambled eggs
  1. Cookie Cutter Eggs – take your favorite cookie cutter (or one from our favorite set: Sandwich & Veggie Cutters) and place on the pan when cooking your scrambled eggs. We love using different shapes to mix up meals and snack time. Side of toast with jelly.
  1. Scrambled eggs with Spinach – I find that spinach is one of the easier veggies to throw in scrambled eggs and not have it be as noticed. You can also try adding your toddler’s favorite veggies like peas or sweet potato. Side of strawberries
  1. Cinnamon Apple Oatmeal with Eggs – scrambled eggs can be an awesome protein to add into oatmeal and have it hardly be noticed. I normally add 1/2 of a scrambled egg into a serving of oatmeal. Here we had oats with shredded apple, egg, cinnamon, and honey. For more oatmeal recipes check out my post: 8 Easy Toddler Oatmeal Recipes
  1. Broccoli and Cheese Eggs – scrambled eggs with broccoli and cheese cooked in. Like a mini quiche, but much quicker and easier since cooked on the stove top. Side of strawberries with coconut cream.
  1. Fried Egg – try a fried egg cooked in grass-fed butter. Cook until the yolk is firm and then cut into pieces or strips for your toddler. If you would like to leave the yolk runny, serve with toast for dipping!
  1. Egg on toast – egg on toast or egg “in a basket” is another fun option for serving eggs to your toddler. Try scrambled eggs on avocado toast or use a cup to cut out a circle in a piece of bread, cook the egg in the hole for egg “in a basket”.
  1. Hard Boiled Eggs – make hard boiled eggs and serve as halves or slices for a completely different egg experience for your toddler. Deviled eggs would also be another great egg option.

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