Mother’s Day is the day where we take the opportunity to celebrate all those wonderful mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, and even parents that are pulling a double duty. We take the day to appreciate them any way we can. This Mother’s Day why not start the celebration off right with making them breakfast in bed!
So, ditch the milk and cereal and get to cooking in the kitchen, here are a few easy recipes that you can try and make for that special someone to feel the love!
This is another easy one you can make and it’s exactly what it sounds like. You’re going to grab your bread and use a small cup or cookie cutter to make a hole in the middle of your bread. Once done you will coat the pan in butter and add your bread and then the egg in the hole. Make sure to cook both sides and voila, you’re done.
A simple one that is not hard to do, but you may need adult supervision when using the stovetop.
Butter up your pan, crack open some eggs, and fry them up to make delicious, scrambled eggs. You can add in pieces of ham, cheese, or even hot dog pieces to make it the way you want. Don’t forget to toast some bread to serve with your eggs.
This one is super easy; you just have two main ingredients. You’re going to mix your avocado, a teaspoon of olive oil, and a pinch of salt and pepper together. Toast your toast and then add your ingredients on top. If you wat to add a little something extra, then add on an egg as a finishing touch.
What could be better than mixing breakfast and tacos together! You can have your own fun with this but make sure its still edible. Bring out your tortillas and fill them with scrambled eggs, cheese, bacon bits, sausage bits, avocado slices, and some hot sauce to top it off. But make sure to fill the tacos with what your special person will want to eat; you can make some later for yourself.
This is a healthy option and a quick on the go meal for those hardworking and busy moms. You have three layers and yummy goodness. The bottom layer is filled with frozen fruit. For the middle layer you fill the jar with any type of yogurt you have, and for the top layer add your toppings! You can add oats, granola, honey, chocolate chips, or coconut flakes; just make it your own.
Just like scrambled eggs you’ll need help from an adult to use the stovetop. You can make a meat omelette, veggie omelette, or even a mixture of both.
Whisk two eggs and add a pinch of salt and pepper into your mix. When done, butter your pan and then add in your eggs. Make sure the whole egg mixture is cooked before adding in your filling or before flipping it over. If you have never made an omelette before you will need help flipping it over in the pan as to not make a mess. Once both sides are cooked then it is ready to be served.
If you enjoyed cooking these meals, check out our Cooking Camp for more recommendations!
Tagged:- cooking camp, Mother's Day, mothers day breakfast, mothers day breakfast for kids
Arts and crafts
Kids and their endless imagination often find a canvas in the form of paper, brushes, and vibrant colors. Painting is not just a hobby; it’s a world where children can express themselves freely, exploring their creativity and emotions. Let’s get inspired with painting! Art Outdoors: Nature-Inspired Painting Activities Encouraging kids to connect with nature […]
The winter season often brings a chill in the air, making outdoor activities a bit more challenging, especially for tennis enthusiasts. For kids passionate about perfecting their tennis skills, the colder months might seem like a barrier. However, with a little creativity and the right approach, winter can be an excellent time to refine those […]
As the winter season blankets the outdoors with snow and chilly weather, many young soccer enthusiasts might find it challenging to practice their beloved sport. However, the winter months can be an excellent time to refine soccer skills, even in colder conditions. Learn creative and enjoyable ways for kids to practice their soccer skills despite […]
Children today have so many ways to express their creativity. One avenue that’s both fun and educational is filmmaking. Encouraging kids to delve into the world of filmmaking not only nurtures their artistic abilities but also develops critical thinking, storytelling, and technical skills. Let’s explore some exciting and accessible ways for kids to dive into […]
The Happy Camper Live Holiday Gift Guide is back! We had so much fun this year testing out new activities and working with some new great partners. We continue to strive to Play, Create, Discover, Wonder and Inspire our kiddos to make impactful choices and give back to others. See below for our 2023 picks! […]
Arts and crafts (52)
Camp stories (11)
Camp traditions (20)
Family activities (73)
Featured camps (12)
Gift Guides (11)
Outdoor adventure (28)
Water sports (1)