5 Mother’s Day Breakfast Ideas Kids Can Make

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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!

  1. English muffin smiles.

Decorate toasted muffins with a cut strawberry smile, a jelly nose and blueberry eyes (or a similar fruit-filled version).

  1. 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!

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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!