Mother's Day Brunch Recipes Kids Can Help Make
Make Mom feel special this Mother's Day by creating some simple brunch dishes with your children. All these recipes have just five to 10 ingredients and easy steps that will get both older and younger kids busy in the kitchen.
Whip up classic waffles with an apple pie twist. Younger children can help whisk the batter and pour the syrup, and older children can help parents at the waffle iron.
Quiche is a quick and easy recipe that dads and kids of any age can make. Just have your older children crack some eggs and have your little ones mix in Mom's favorite fixin's that parents have chopped up.
Cinnamon French Toast
French toast is an old favorite that you can spice up with cinnamon. Your younger kids can dip the bread in the egg mixture, and older ones can help you flip the toast.
Cinnamon Applesauce Muffins
Make a double batch of low-fat muffins and freeze the leftovers as family snacks for later. Mom will be glad you did! Because this recipe doesn't involve chopping, kids of any age can help with every step.
Both parents and kids love potatoes. Try this quiche-like brunch food without the crust. Older kids can help you carefully chop, and younger ones can mix in the vegetables.
Lemon and Sugar Crêpes
Make Mom's day sweet with this citrusy French-inspired treat. Children can help blend the crêpe batter in the blender and add a dash of powdered sugar at the end.
Ham and Mushroom Omelette
Balance out Mom's brunch with both sweet and savory dishes. Older kids can help with the slicing and dicing for this savory omelette. Younger children can sprinkle the ham and mushrooms into the skillet.
Ask your kids to make a list of Mom's favorite fruits, then have your older children help cut the fruit and your younger children help measure and mix the ingredients for a light sauce.