It’s fun for kids to help make breakfast in bed for Mom on Mother’s day. But not all recipes are kid-friendly. Here’s a list of recipe that kids can either make by themselves, or at least help make for mom on her special day.
Coffee Overnight Oats
You can’t get much easier than this delicious no-cook oatmeal. It’s easy to put together, and mom can enjoy it with some fresh fruit.
Sheet Pan Pancakes
No standing over a pan filled with grease to make these pancakes! Just mix up the batter, heat up the stove, and bake these in a rimmed cookie sheet. Pancakes have never been so easy!
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While younger kids may need a little help with the waffle maker, waffles are an easy breakfast that can even be made ahead of time and just popped in the toaster for Mom on Mother’s Day!
These single serving pancakes are easy to make, even for younger kids, and you can make separate mugs for each person who will be eating in bed with mom!
If mom is a granola lover, she’ll love enjoying this recipe made by the kids! Older kids or dad should help with the hot stuff, but younger kids can do all the mixing.
Trail mix is a very easy breakfast for little hands to make and prepare. Serve with some milk to serve it like cereal!
Blueberry French Toast Casserole
This one is great for older kids with some kitchen know-how. It’s still relatively easy to make and tastes quite decadent with some maple syrup drizzled over the top!
For kids old enough to run a blender, a strawberry smoothie is perfect for a healthy breakfast in bed!
Cold Brew Coffee
Is Mom a coffee lover? Kids of any age can make cold brew coffee for Mom. It’s quick, easy, and it’s made the night before. It’s perfect for Moms who love their coffee over ice.
Baked Skillet Pancake
This 2-ingredient pancake is great for making a single serving for Mom. They are gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free and even free of added sugar! Younger kids will need help with the blender and hot skillet.
Breakfast Pita Pizza
Make Mom and easy pizza for breakfast! Older kids can scramble the eggs, and younger kids can assemble the pizza.
Breakfast Berry Tacos
Aside from warming up the pita bread, there is no cooking involved in making these delicious breakfast tacos. So even little hands can help!
With no cooking involved, kids of all ages can make this delicious breakfast wrap for mom!
While young kids may need some help with these, older kids can certainly make these. And even the littlest of hands can help arrange these on a plate.