Mother's Day Brunch Recipes To Cook With Kids

Mother's Day is the perfect occasion to pamper the special women in your and your children's lives. While there are a lot of easy and fun recipes to make together with your kids, these 20 brunch recipes are ideal for little kitchen helpers to show how much they care.

Make Ahead Eggs Benedict Casserole

One of the best ways to celebrate mom at home is to spend a lot of quality time together. This eggs benedict-inspired casserole can be made the night before so you have time to relax together in the morning.

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Orange Creamsicle Jell-O Mold

Jell-O molds are one of those recipes nobody makes anymore but should. Throw it back this Mother's Day by mixing up this easy recipe with your little ones.

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Easy Deviled Eggs

After cooking and peeling hard-boiled eggs perfectly, pop out the yolks and have your kid mash them together with mustard and seasonings for this classic deviled eggs recipe.

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Bacon Waffles

Two of the most iconic breakfast foods of all time, bacon and waffles, come together in this bacon waffle recipe. Your kid can mix all the ingredients together while you focus on the cooking part.

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Rice Krispie Treats

Rice Krispie Treats are one of those classic childhood desserts, so it'll be fun to pass along the tradition of making these. In this no-bake recipe, you can swap in any cereal for the puffed rice, plus won't mom like dessert for breakfast?

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Three-Ingredient Bagels

It doesn't get much easier than three ingredients. This bagel recipe is so simple, and your kids will have fun mixing it all up and shaping the bagels — even if they aren't a perfect circle.

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Broccoli Frittata with Ham and Peppers

One of the best Instant Pot breakfast recipes, this broccoli frittata with ham and peppers brings the savory to brunch. Have your kid layer the frittata while you man the Instant Pot.

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Classic Pancakes

Classic pancakes are a part of a classic brunch, and the best part is that this is one of the best dishes you can make using only pantry staples.

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Vegetable and Cheese Frittata

Teach your kid to whisk up eggs by making this vegetable and cheese frittata. It's one of those things you didn't know you could make in a cast-iron pan.

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French Toast Sticks

A favorite for kids and kids at heart, French toast sticks are always a good time. If you worry you won't have time to actually make these on Mother's Day morning, don't worry. These are one of the best dishes to make ahead and freeze.

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Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

Ham and cheese pinwheels are one of those retro snacks we should bring back. Your kid can practically make this all by themselves, they just need to layer the meat and cheese into a tortilla and roll.

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Quick Crescent Pecan Pie Bars

These pecan pie bars use crescent rolls as their base but have all the flavors of a classic pecan pie, one of the most iconic pies in America.

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Carrot Cake Poke Cake

What kid wouldn't like poking a cake with a wooden spoon? This carrot cake poke cake has a few steps, but your kid can help mix the ingredients and frost this impressive dessert.

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Avocado Grilled Cheese

One of the most delicious twists on a grilled cheese sandwich, this avocado grilled cheese recipe bridges the gap between trendy avocado toast and kid-friendly dishes. While you should cook the sandwich, have your kid assemble it.

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Waldorf Salad

Waldorf salads are one of those vintage recipes you should try making at home. And tossing all of these ingredients together is so simple, even your toddlers can help out.

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Mini Quiches

Mini quiches are bite-sized, so they're perfect for crafting with small hands. While this recipe calls for chiles and chorizo, this dish is easily customizable, so consider making these with some unexpected ingredients that go great with eggs.

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Cinnamon Toast

Cinnamon Toast is one of those childhood dishes you may have forgotten about. This nostalgic, easy recipe is as fun to make as it is to eat.

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Breakfast Bowl

Sausage, scrambled eggs and potatoes all in one dish together is the definition of a great breakfast in bed recipe. While adults and older kids should take on the bulk of the cooking, little ones will enjoy assembling these bowls and putting on the final touches.

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Bejeweled Cranberry-Orange Rolls

These cranberry-orange rolls are among the winning recipes from the Pillsbury Bake-Off, and your kids will have a blast putting them together.

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Banana Yogurt Muffins

These banana yogurt muffins are healthy and a great way to teach your kid about measuring ingredients and mixing them together. In addition to being a great learning opportunity, these muffins easily rank among our 50 best brunch recipes.

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