Create a kid friendly breakfast idea that stirs imagination! Check out this healthy and easy to make Fruit Kebabs and Yogurt with Granola breakfast option.

Kid Friendly Breakfast Idea – Fruit Kebabs and Yogurt w/ Granola

Today’s post is sponsored by Nestlé ®, but my family’s love for their Nesquik is all my own! Get ready to Stir Imagination with this easy to make Kid Friendly Breakfast Idea!  

Create a kid friendly breakfast idea that stirs imagination! Check out this healthy and easy to make Fruit Kebabs and Yogurt with Granola breakfast option.

Coming up with a kid friendly breakfast idea can be a challenge, especially when you have to do it 365 days a year. Creating that kid friendly breakfast idea and making it healthy can make it even more challenging. No matter what the girls are having for breakfast, they always begin their mornings with a glass of milk, with Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Powder added in for the nutritional value that Nesquik provides by adding 7 essential vitamins and minerals. It has 45% less sugar than the leading syrup and no artificial colors or flavors in it.

Create a kid friendly breakfast idea that stirs imagination! Check out this healthy and easy to make Fruit Kebabs and Yogurt with Granola breakfast option.

With a glass of Nesquik chocolate milk in one hand and fruit in the other, I can feel confident that the girls are getting the iron they need to help with growth and development, along with Vitamin C and 3 essential B vitamins. The girls enjoy milk at least twice a day which makes me feel good knowing that they are getting the right start to each day to help stir imagination and creativity at school and play. A nutritious breakfast which includes kid friendly recipes and a glass of Nestle Nesquik chocolate milk makes each morning shine brighter.

These vitamins help support a healthy immune system and help the body make and use energy. Along with Copper – an essential mineral for iron absorption and the formation of red blood cells, and Manganese to support healthy bones, I can send the girls off to school ready to take on the day. With Nesquik chocolate milk, the girls start their day with a nutritious beverage, as part of a balanced breakfast. It also leaves them smiling ear to ear when they head off to school.

Creating kid friendly breakfast ideas is fun, and this one is one that you can make with your child, or even prepare the night before. I know what a rush mornings can be, but it’s important that children eat a nutritious breakfast, it’s the best way to ensure you are nourishing possibility!

Create a kid friendly breakfast idea that stirs imagination! Check out this healthy and easy to make Fruit Kebabs and Yogurt with Granola breakfast option.

Kid Friendly Breakfast Idea – Fruit Kebabs and Yogurt w/ Granola

Step 1. Pour cold milk into kid sized glass and add straw

Step 2. Add 2 tbsp of Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Powder into milk glass while your child stirs with straw

Step 3. Cut fruit into half-inch kid friendly pieces

Step 4. Using 4 inch skewers, have your child slide varying pieces of fruit onto skewer – top with half of a grape covering tip of skewer

Step 5. Add yogurt into bowl, and place one skewer inside bowl and one on top

Step 6. In a separate small dish add granola clusters to be sprinkled by your child into their yogurt as needed

Create a kid friendly breakfast idea that stirs imagination! Check out this healthy and easy to make Fruit Kebabs and Yogurt with Granola breakfast option.

It’s easy to #StirImagination with fun kid friendly breakfast recipes. How do you help stir imagination with your child?

Get social with Nesquik using #StirImagination and sharing how your child like to get creative! 

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Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored collaboration with the Nestle Nesquik brand to #StirImagination. However, all opinions expressed are my own. I received compensation for creating this post using the Nestle Nesquik brand specified product(s) mentioned above. Regardless, I only share products that I truly believe in and use for my family, that I feel will be a good fit for you the reader. The disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Mama E

Multitasking mama to 3 living in Miami. Blogging about parenting, lifestyle, cooking and traveling. Covering everything from diapers to dorm rooms. Ask me anything, I've done it all.

Comments (13)

  • I love this idea and love that you made breakfast fun! I should try this with the grandchildren.

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  • We weren’t allowed to have anything with sugar in it growing up (might be why I became a baker lol) but I do remember one time as a special treat we got Nesquik. It’s funny how you forget about certain things in your life then that memory is brought back to life with something as random as a blog post! Oh, and now I’m craving Nesquik chocolate milk – thanks!

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  • Super fun!! I am always looking for ways for my son to eat more fruit and healthy foods!! Kabobs sounds like a great idea!! Love the yogurt and chocolate milk side 🙂

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  • My nieces & nephews would love the fruit.

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  • I really love Nesquik Chocolate or Strawberry Powder mixed with Milk. Sometimes I use it as a replacement lunch when I want something to fill me up but I don’t really have time to sit down and eat something. It’s great to have in the house if you ever crave a sweet and creamy drink! 🙂

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  • This sounds like a great breakfast. I did not know that Nestle’s Quick had so many vitamins in it. We do like it though and use it at our house. Thank you so much for sharing this information. God Bless

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  • We love Nesquik! I don’t give it to my kids every day, but when I do I feel good about it. I also love giving them fresh fruit and yogurt for breakfast, it’s one of their favorites! 🙂

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  • Ive never thought to mix the powder with the food.

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  • Great idea, healthy, nutritious and fun! Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

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  • This looks great–my grandson would love this!

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  • Oh yum , anything with chocolate milk involved will attract the attention of mu grand kids. I will eat the fruit and yogurt hes not a big fan of yogurt.

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  • I love this! I think it would make a great after-school snack too.

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  • What a great idea!! My kids will say it’s fancy, like a restaurant!! Pinning this one!! 🙂

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