Imagine waking up on a Saturday morning without a kid yell-whispering “I’m hungry!” in your face. Instead, you come out of your room to see your kids preparing breakfast! Sounds like a dream huh?
Now, I’m not saying you should send your 3-year-old to the kitchen to make breakfast for the family, but you might be surprised what your slightly older kids can make on their own!
In our Kids Cook Real Food eCourse, kids will learn to crack eggs in the Intermediate level and can then complete this recipe on their own with a little help using the stove. Older kids can do it all on their own or help intermediate kids.
This recipe is from our Breakfast Thematic SkillLab which teaches specific breakfast skills beyond what is in our course.
This grain-free quiche is naturally gluten-free and could be made dairy-free if you use a dairy-free “cheese” substitute and plant milk.
Use leftover taco meat from dinner and this recipe comes together in less than 10 minutes! Pop it in the fridge overnight and bake in the morning for an easy breakfast!
A crustless quiche is similar to a “frittata” except that a frittata starts out by frying the eggs on the stovetop first to cook up the bottom, then moving to the oven.
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