5 Mother’s Day Breakfast Ideas Kids Can Make
Celebrate mom on her special day (i.e., Mother’s Day) with a kid-cooked breakfast. Okay, so the kids don’t have to (and shouldn’t – depending on their ages) cook breakfast by themselves. But, they can help out dad (or a teen sibling) by measuring, mixing and plating the food.
Check out these easy-to-make, kid-friendly Mother’s Day breakfast ideas!
- English muffin smiles.
Decorate toasted muffins with a cut strawberry smile, a jelly nose and blueberry eyes (or a similar fruit-filled version).
- Pancake buffet.
Whip up a batch of fluffy pancakes and bring mom a buffet of topping options. Try healthy choices (such as sliced fruit or peanut butter), or go for a true holiday treat and top the cakes with chocolate syrup and marshmallow fluff!
- Made to order omelets.
What are mom’s favorite veggies? What about her top type of cheese? Add mom’s pick to an awesome eggy omelet.
- Sweet smoothie.
A dollop of yogurt, a splash of juice and some mixed fruit. What does this make? Add some ice and blend for a fabulous fruit smoothie. Give mom a menu of fresh options – such as bananas, apples, strawberries, raspberries, mango or blueberries.
- Stack-up sandwich.
Pile eggs, bacon, cheese, veggies and more onto thick-cut toast, a bagel or a muffin. Take the sandwich for a twist (if mom wants) and roll it into a wrap!