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    11 Kid-Friendly Costco Breakfast Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank

    Here Are The Best Costco Breakfasts Kids Can Make Themselves

    I said the other day that if school only started an hour later, mornings would be so much easier. Then I really thought about it: If that happened, I would still want another hour of sleep, and my kids would still be dragged out of bed. 

    Mornings are hard.

    Let’s try to make them more manageable with these Costco breakfasts that kids can make themselves. From elementary-aged kids to teens, we’ve got options for everyone. So grab a cup of coffee and read on. 

    The Best Costco Breakfasts Elementary School Kids Can Make Themselves

    Costco Breakfast Sandwich
    1. Kirkland Egg Sandwiches —These delectable sandwiches are a perfect replica of the Starbucks breakfast sandwiches. They burst onto the scene last year, quickly becoming a household favorite thanks to their easy microwave preparation and mouthwatering taste. Kids love these, and at under $2 per sandwich, your wallet will, too. 
    1. Yogurt Parfaits — If you’re looking for a breakfast that could double as a dessert, this is it! It’s pretty healthy, thanks to the high protein content. Top your favorite warehouse yogurt with granola and fruit for a fun and filling breakfast. 
    1. Kirkland Signature Chocolate Banana Almond Milk and Cheerios — If you want an easy breakfast your little ones will love, try swapping out standard milk for Chocolate Banana Almond Milk in morning cereal. Each container is enough for two bowls of cereal and contains a whopping 16 grams of protein. 
    1. Eggo Waffles — For kids who want a hands-on breakfast experience, Costco’s Eggo waffles are a go-to option. A box of 72 waffles costs $10.99, a fraction of the grocery store price, making it convenient and budget-friendly for busy mornings.
    1. Kodiak Pancakes — These are a little more complicated when made from scratch, but they freeze and reheat well. Make a batch on Sunday morning and place it on a baking sheet in the freezer. When hard, put them in a freezer bag for longer-term storage. This flash freeze prevents them from sticking together. A quick minute or so in the microwave makes them breakfast-ready.
    1. Yogurt Bark — Spread yogurt on a parchment-lined baking sheet, sprinkle with fruit and granola, and freeze. Once solid, break it into pieces and store them in a freezer bag. Kids can have a piece or two for breakfast. 
    1. Veggies Made Great Superfood Veggie Cakes — If savory breakfasts are your kid’s jam, check out Superfood Veggie Bites. These mini cakes contain eggs, quinoa, and veggies in a muffin shape. They are excellent with a little hot sauce. 

    Best Costco Breakfasts For Teens and Tweens

    1. Breakfast Burritos — From the warehouse, we have tried several excellent brands of egg burritos. These portable breakfasts are perfect for bigger kids who need to take them on the go. 
    1. Avocado Toast — Avocados are so hard to buy. They seem fresh for one day, and then their quality quickly degrades. Enter avocado mash from Costco. Each plastic container contains the perfect amount for a morning avocado toast. If your kids love guacamole, give this a whirl.
    1. Acai Bowls — If you aren’t familiar with this superfood, Acai is a berry that, when pureed, has a yogurt-like consistency. These trendy bowls are a hit amongst tweens and teens and, not surprisingly, can be quite pricey. The frozen version from Costco in the freezer section is much more economical at under $4 per bowl. All it takes is a short time in the microwave to thaw. 
    1. Almond Butter Toast — Top whole wheat toast with a tablespoon or two of Kirkland Signature Almond Butter and sliced banana. Blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries work too! For added sweetness, drizzle some honey or add chia seeds for crunch.

    What’s your favorite Costco breakfast for kids? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear!

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