Whether you are looking for an easy breakfast recipe for yourself, a college student, or easy breakfast ideas for kids to make, you’re sure to find something totally tasty and easy in this round up of ideas!
Something I always enjoyed when I was growing up was making my parents breakfast-in-bed on Mother and Father’s Day. I’m sure they endured many not-so-yummy breakfasts from my siblings and I, but they always acted so excited and grateful for whatever we came up with. As we got older, they admitted that the food got much better.
This is a tradition that Forrest and I have kept up with Jack. He’s only three, so he obviously hasn’t been able to make meals *quite* on his own yet, but he loves helping get something ready for mommy or daddy. You should have seen his grin this last Mother’s Day as he brought in a breakfast burrito and orange juice that he and Forrest had made. It was priceless!
With Father’s Day coming up, I thought it was the perfect time to share this collection of breakfast in bed recipes kids can make. There are varying levels of skill levels, and obviously a two-year-old isn’t going to make anything on their own, but I tried to find recipes that required little to know adult supervision for older children and that sounded delicious! These are also perfect recipes if you are trying to help your child learn to make their own breakfast (or honestly, for anyone looking for a tasty, easy breakfast.)
Before I get to the recipes, I thought I’d share these super cute breakfast in bed printables that I found. These are perfect to get for your kids to have a little fun with. They have a room service door hanger, things you can add to make food look more fun, and even little questionnaires to answer. This first one is just for breakfast in bed in for dads:
And this second one is for moms!
And now on to the recipes!
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Katie is a Colorado-native, BYU graduated, and most importantly, wife to one and mother to three beautiful boys. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others – especially about pregnancy, breastfeeding, cooking, and crafts. She is currently training to be a Certified Lactation Educator. She loves spending time with her family and helping others find joy in family life.