The thing about a kid’s palate is that unlike we grownups (who can appreciate different notes and levels of flavors), kids prefer simpler food with less contrasting tastes and flavors and tend to like food that is less complicated for the tongue.
Packed with nutrients, easily available, and fast to cook, eggs are my go-to ingredient for crazy rushed mornings. The egg is a one-of-a-kind superfood, which is not just inexpensive, but also very versatile.
Some kids just aren’t fond of the smell or taste of eggs in their meals. But there are ways to make eggs enjoyable. Are you looking for easy-to-make egg recipes for kids who don’t like eggs? We’ve got you covered.
What’s the importance of eggs for kids?
Before jumping on to cracking some shells, you should know that this tiny oval holds a ton of nutrition.
Some of the obvious benefits and advantages of eggs for kids are:
- Protein: it helps in the growth and development of the body and brain,
- Choline: known for boosting brain memory and lutein and Zeaxanthin which improves vision and eyesight,
- Essential vitamins and omega-3: Egg provides some of the major essential vitamins like vitamin-D, B-12, folic acid, and omega-3, all of which promote in faster growth and development.
Easy egg recipes for kids
I am sharing some of the egg recipes for kids that work for me and my girls. Most of these are breakfast recipes, which are perfect for a weekend morning (if you wish to cook with kids) and for a rushed weekday morning (when you don’t have time to drink your morning coffee while it is hot). Some of these egg recipes for picky eaters can even be prepared in advance to earn a couple of minutes to drink that coffee hot!