What to Cook for Mother’s Day Breakfast

| |

Looking for some breakfast inspiration for Mother’s Day weekend that also gets the kids in the kitchen? We’ve got you covered with a variety of ideas from the University of Newcastle No Money No Time website.

Check out their top breakfast recipes, all of which are quick, affordable and sure to get the kids cooking up a storm.

Tomato Braised Eggs

If you don’t have one already, then these tomato braised eggs are sure to become your new weekend favourite. It’ll also show the kids an easy way to poach an egg – genius! Click through to Tomato Braised Eggs recipe

Comforting Apple Porridge

This apple porridge recipe is just like a nice warm hug. Perfect for a cold Autumn morning, and easy for the kids to make either in the microwave or on the stove. Click through to Comforting Apple Porridge recipe

Mango and lime rice pudding

After something a little sweeter? Why not try this healthy mango and lime rice pudding recipe. It’s refreshing, delicious, and doubles as a healthy snack or dessert. Click through to Mango and lime rice pudding recipe.

Pumpkin Pancake

Who doesn’t love pancakes on a Sunday morning? With only 3 ingredients, you won’t even need to make a last minute dash to the shops. As a plus, it’ll help you sneak some extra veggies into the kids diet without any complaints! Click through to Pumpkin Pancake recipe.

Zucchini and Sweet Potato Fritters

Now if you really want to squeeze a bunch of veggies into the kids diet, these are the perfect solution! Not only are they a delicious savoury breakfast, but they’re also great for lunchbox snacks. Click through to Zucchini and Sweet Potato Fritters recipe.

Share on: