7 Recipes for a Brilliant Brunch with Kids
Stress-free and delicious (really!)
The week is flying by, you've been working hard, and you deserve to relax a little this weekend. A lengthy brunch with friends comes into mind, but with the little ones in tow, you fear that it will become a nightmare before it has even started.
Even us parents who have not experienced an impatient waitstaff, or fellow guests who roll their eyes at kids running around, have some level of paranoia about it. The truth is, often there is nothing else for kids to do in a cafe, and not much to their taste on the menu, which can cut the relaxing brunch experience short.
So why not organize a brunch at home? You will be able to serve dishes that everyone will love and keep them at the table for longer, plus your kids can roam, play and entertain themselves in their known environment. In the end, everyone is happy, and you will be the host(ess) with the most(ess).
Here is a selection of our favorite brunch recipes for big and small taste buds:
Fresh pomegranate-orange juice
This freshly squeezed juice will give you and your kids the perfect vitamin C boost to start a highly energetic weekend.
Fluffy buttermilk pancakes
Every child loves pancakes! As do adults, so make sure you make a huge stack so that no one will be shy to fill up their plates. Serve with puréed or fresh fruit.
Bacon and egg muffin cups
All lovers of a savory breakfast will keep these cute bacon and egg filled cups in mind (and ask you for the recipe afterwards). To save time, you can prepare most parts the night before, and then just crack the eggs into the cups and bake them on the day of.
Sausage and Swiss chard strata
If you want to go the extra mile for your brunch guests, serve them this strata alongside a glass of Prosecco. Surely, you will continue to snack and sip among adults whilst the kids play.
Overnight oats with three toppings
If you don’t want to spend the morning in the kitchen, these overnight oats are a good prepare-ahead option to offer a range of sweet breakfast choices for everyone to enjoy.
Vegetable sticks in a tumbler
A great way to introduce vegetables early in the day! The veggie sticks can be varied according to season and taste, and served alongside a range of nice breads and spreads.
Breakfast cherry rolls
They require a bit of time and skill, but these cherry rolls are simply a special treat for your bunch of brunch guests.
What are your top tips for a stress-free brunch with children? How do you keep your little ones happy at the brunch table? What are your favorite recipes for a unique and homely brunch? Simply comment below! If you want to see any of your own recipes published here on Kitchen Stories, simply upload them to our app to share it with the community!
Published on June 19, 2017