If you’re looking for new recipe ideas that little ones will love, look no further than these egg-filled favourites. Enjoy protein-rich dishes that will take you from snack time to the dinner table (because eggs belong on more than just your breakfast plate!). Plus, kids will love getting in the kitchen to help make these easy recipes that are as much fun to whip up as they are to eat.
Muffin Tin Frittatas
These easy and cheesy five-ingredient muffin tin frittatas are the perfect poppable snack. Have kids help with mixing up all the ingredients in a big bowl and pouring them into the muffin tin. We recommend making a big batch of these freezer-friendly favourites to keep on hand for busy mornings or for a fast afternoon fix.
Tikka Egg Naan Wrap
Take egg salad sandwiches to the next level with this warm curry wrap that gets dinner on your table in just 15 minutes. Tikka masala-spiced eggs are nestled into toasted naan bread for a handheld meal that’s full of flavour.
Bacon Gruyere Quiche
A perfect recipe for getting little ones in the kitchen, whipping up this bacon and cheese quiche involves learning some of the most fundamental cooking skills. Kids can help with cracking eggs, mixing the ingredients, rolling out the pie dough and pressing it into the pan. What could be more satisfying than gobbling up a delicious lunch that they made themselves?
English-Style Toad in the Hole
For a classic, comforting dinner, look no further than this British-inspired recipe. Sausage and eggs, everyone’s favourite breakfast duo, make it to the dinner table in this fluffy one-pan dish that’s finished with a healthy drizzle of red onion gravy.
This popular North African dish is a simple and flavourful way to add more vegetables to your little ones’ dinner plates. Have them help measure and mix the spices into the poached tomatoes and take turns perfectly cracking the eggs atop. Then celebrate by diving in with pita bread to scoop it all up, because there’s nothing as fun as getting to eat with your hands!
Why should pancakes only be enjoyed for breakfast? This easy base pancake recipe has four salty variations that will satisfy every appetite. The best part? Each of these creative takes requires only 15 minutes of prep and cook time to whip up!
Blueberry Bread Pudding
Spiced with warming cinnamon and studded with juicy blueberries, this bread pudding makes for a delightful bite whether you’re serving it as a sweet brunch dish or a cozy dessert. Little ones can help prepare this recipe by whisking up the wet mixture and tearing the bread into bite-sized bits.
Monte Cristo Breakfast Casserole
Make morning a breeze with this perfect-for-breakfast version of this classic sandwich that’s essentially a savoury French toast bake. Prepare it in the dish the night before, letting the egg mixture soak into the bread, and start your day with a big plate of ham and cheese goodness.
Egg and Chorizo Tacos
Double up on protein for your next taco night. Chorizo sausage is cooked up with a helping of eggs and then mixed with tomatoes, peppers, red onion and white Cheddar cheese. For an extra special dish, make the spiced chorizo yourself, but you can also buy store-bought if you’re in a pinch.
Smokey Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes star as the vessel in which a paprika-spiced, spinach and sundried tomato-studded cheese and egg mixture is baked up in. These personal sweet potato boats can be customized to your family’s taste buds for even for the pickiest of eaters by swapping ingredients in or out to taste.