Whoever said breakfast is the most important meal of the day never encountered a squirmy toddler or a picky eater. To help fill those bellies first thing in the morning, we discovered 8 delicious store-bought breakfast ideas that you’ll feel good giving to your kids and they’ll actually eat without putting up a fight. From new dairy-free yogurts to grab-and-go waffles, scroll down for store bought breakfast ideas that’ll become staples in your morning routine.

Silk Kids Almondmilk Yogurt Alternative

If you’ve ever bought almond milk, chances are you’ve turned to Silk Almond Milk. This favorite Almond Milk brand just launched Silk Kids Almondmilk Yogurt Alternative. Available in strawberry, apple cinnamon and mixed berry, this new yogurt has 25% less sugar per ounce than your average flavored yogurt alternative. It’s also peanut-, gluten- and lactose-free, and non-GMO Project Verified (read: it’s a great allergen-free option for school snacks).

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Stonyfield Kids Low Fat Vanilla Yogurt and Koala Crisp Cereal

Why have yogurt or cereal when you can have both in one delicious bite? Stonyfield just teamed up with Nature’s Path for a delicious combo of yogurt and cereal your kids will love. Expect 10 grams of protein per cup, all-organic ingredients and live and active cultures. All Stonyfield products are non-GMO Project Verified.

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Bear Naked Premium Protein Granola

As parents we’re always looking for healthy ways to add protein to our kids’ diets. Shake up your routine with Bear Naked Premium Protein Granola. Each serving dishes out 10 grams of protein. Choose from flavors including Oatmeal Cookie Crunch and Peanut Butter Toffee Crunch.

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AYO Almond Yogurt

Breakfast with an interesting story, anyone? Turn to AYO Yogurt—this Almond Yogurt is made from organic, sun-grown California almonds at the Billings family ranch, a fourth-generation family farm. Each yogurt is dairy-free and nutrient-rich with flavors that include blueberry, strawberry, vanilla and peach. Find AYO in health stores and if you’re in California they’re sold at Ralphs. 

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Kashi GO Waffles

Kashi fans will be pleased to learn that the brand has expanded their frozen aisle presence with 100% whole grain waffles. We love frozen waffles as they’re easy to grab-and-go and make the perfect car snack. Three new flavors include Wild Blueberry, Cinnamon Brown Sugar and Vanilla Buttermilk. All flavors include double-digit protein serving and single-digit sugar.

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Siggi’s Plant-based [Non] Dairy Yogurts

We’re huge fans of siggi’s and were thrilled to learn that they recently launched a line of plant-based [Non] Dairy yogurts. Choose from five flavors: mango, mixed berry, vanilla and cinnamon, raspberry and strawberry. Like the original siggi’s their products include 40% less sugar than other leading yogurt alternatives and 3x more protein. For those allergic to dairy or are looking for a traditional yogurt alternative, we highly recommend this line (our kids were fans!).

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Start your day with gr8nola—dish it out to little hands to practice hand/eye coordination or sprinkle on yogurt for the older kids. gr8nola features only 5 grams of non-refined sugar and all natural ingredients like organic coconut oil, whole grain oats, coconut flakes and sunflower seeds. The brand promises that all flavors (think: Black Coco Chia, Cinnamon Chai and Golden Spice) are GMO-free and contains no soy, dairy or refined sugars.

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Trailtopia fuss-free oatmeal

It doesn’t get much easier than Trailtopia’s oatmeal. Simply add water and you’re set with an easy-peasy, hearty breakfast. Choose from eight flavors from peach to blueberry to mango and even banana. Each are made with slices of real fruit.

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—Erin Lem



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