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Breakfast Recipes Your Kids Can Help You Make

Some days it is far from easy to get breakfast made and get everyone out the door. That’s why we have rounded up some easy recipes that your kids can help make. Get them in the kitchen, create an assembly line if necessary and get breakfast done!

Breakfast Recipes Kids Can Help Make

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Have some boiled eggs already in the fridge? Slice some tomatoes and let your kids build their one English muffin pizzas! This idea comes via Real Simple.

Breakfast Recipes

Real Simple


You can make this breakfast super fast by using bags of frozen fruits. Have your kids gather all the ingredients that they want in their smoothie and then stand by and watch them blend. Simply pour into a bowl and enjoy the refreshing treat.

breakfast recipes

Woman’s Day


These muffins are a special treat when you want something sweet start to your day. Perfect for a Sunday brunch when you have the whole family in the kitchen together!

breakfast recipes for kids

Food Network

These light, easy puff muffins are equally delightful as breakfast or dessert. For little kids: Let them crack the eggs and help stir the batter. For big kids: Let them measure and stir the ingredients for the popovers and measure and cook the berries.  ~Food Network


Warm pancakes do not have to be a chore. This recipe calls for only three ingredients and have a prep time of just 10 minutes. Kids can help whisk the eggs and mash up the bananas for a bit of morning fun!


Woman’s Day


This one is a bit more hardy to keep those growing youngsters fueled up until lunch time. Packed with nourishing protein with healthy ingredients to boot!

Breakfast recipes

Woman’s Day


This one is great if you need to take your breakfast on the go as your kids head to school. They can help you spread in the ingredients, wrap it up, and take it with them.


Martha Stewart

Enjoy the most important meal of the day! 

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