The best way to tackle the morning rush, is to be prepared.
My healthy tuna balls were a surprise hit for dinner
And did get eaten for lunch the next day.
I didn't measure or time anything, and they would be easy for kids to make.
Tuna and Veggie balls
1 tin tuna
Fresh steamed corn kernels
Any other finely chopped raw veggies and herbs could be thrown in.
Squash into golf ball sized balls
Roll in chia seeds
Place on a lightly greased baking tray in a hot oven and cook until crunchy on the outside, somewhere between 5 and 10 minutes.
I think they were even tastier served cold for lunch the following day.