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10 Quick Back-to-School Breakfasts

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1. Premade Granola Parfaits: Make these before bed and have a healthy, no-rush breakfast waiting for you when wake up. Get the recipe at Fountain Avenue Kitchen.

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2. Grilled Peanut Butter, Honey Banana Waffle Sandwich: This breakfast sandwich has it all — protein, carbs, fruit. If you have a George Foreman grill, it makes the process even faster! Get the recipe at Mom on Timeout.

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3. Blueberry Muffin Smoothie: Blend together blueberries, yogurt, bananas and uncooked oats. The oats will help keep the kids feeling fuller longer. Get the recipe at Iowa Girl Eats.

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4. Breakfast Quesadillas: Hard-boiled eggs, cheese and ham cooked in a tortilla. Doesn't get any easier than this! Well, it could if you boiled the eggs at night so they are ready for you in the morning! Get the recipe at Little Dairy on the Prairie.

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5. Blueberry Baked Oatmeal: Make a batch and serve it all week. The best part? You use unsweetened applesauce instead of butter or oil! Get the recipe at Crazy for Crust.

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6. Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches: Make these on Sunday, individually freeze them and have a easy breakfast all week long. Get the recipe at Jess Fuel.

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7. Bacon Cheddar Muffins: Who says breakfast muffins have to be sweet? Check out these savory morsels. Get the recipe at How to Nest for Less.

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8. Two-Ingredient Banana Pancake: It can't get any quicker than this! Two eggs + one banana = heaven! Get the recipe at Spoon University.

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9. Banana Dogs: Kids love hot dogs, but you can't serve it for breakfast. Why not make it morning friendly by making it with a banana and peanut butter? Instead of ketchup use jelly! Get the recipe at The Village Cook.

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10. Easy Pancake Bites: What's great about these little bites is that you can pack them with your family's favorites, such as jam, blueberries, bacon or sausage—even chocolate chips, if you wanted. Get the recipe at A Few Short Cuts.

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