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Do you wish to prepare tasty dishes without breaking the bank or compromising flavors? You won’t believe how easy it is to cook your favorite dishes using beloved ingredients from your pantry, especially when you organize the latter from time to time and when you plan a consistent and budget-friendly meal calendar for several weeks!

4 fun and creative ways to include eggs in your kids favorite breakfast conquer-the-kitchen

4 fun and creative ways to include eggs in your kids favorite breakfast

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If your kids are picky eaters, they most likely hate the taste of eggs. To get them to eat this nutritious protein, sneak it in their favorite breakfasts with a touch of fun! Keep reading to discover delicious and budget friendly recipes that you can prepare with ingredients on hand and your little ones will love!

Crepes with a savory twist

Kids love crepes for breakfast and that’s a fact. How about you prepare them with a savory twist? Make savory crepes in an appealing presentation that will draw a smile on your kids’ faces. Plus, you will only need cupboard and fridge ingredients to prepare it! In a non-stick pan over medium heat, melt some butter and cook 4 eggs separately, sunny side up. Take a crepe and put it on your working surface. Sprinkle some grated mozzarella cheese in the center, then add one fried egg. Fold the sides of the crepe in to cover the egg, leaving the egg yolk exposed. Garnish with chopped parsley and serve!

Smiling toasts for breakfast

Add a touch of fun to the usual scrambled eggs over toast so they would look appealing to your kids. In a pan, melt 1 tablespoon of butter then add 4 eggs and 2 tablespoons of feta cheese. Stir for 3-4 minutes until the eggs are cooked through. Divide the mixture between toasts. You don’t need expensive condiments to decorate the toasts; use whole olives to create eyes, cherry tomatoes to create the nose and slices of regular sized tomatoes to create the mouth. Serve with a smile!

Mini frittatas for busy mornings

If you’re looking for a healthy option on hand to prepare breakfast for your kids on busy school mornings, here’s how you can create mouthwatering baked frittatas: Wisk one large egg in a bowl then add 1 can of California Garden fava beans, 1 small shredded carrot, 1/3 cup of flour, salt and black pepper. Shape into balls and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake in a preheated oven at 180⁰C for 12-15 minutes until golden. It’s a recipe that will keep both your kids and your wallet happy!

Deliciously colorful waffles

Kids love colorful food. Break their routine with an equally delicious and nutritious breakfast that will fill them with energy and power throughout the whole day without breaking the bank! In a non-stick pan over medium heat, melt some butter and cook 4 eggs separately, sunny side up. Prepare waffles then top with sliced avocados, some arugula leaves and 1 fried egg. Season with salt and serve.