Cooking a surprise dish for your mother is probably the sweetest thing you could do on Mothers Day. Of course, there are limitations for a kid’s cooking skills as he ain’t a Master Chef contestant or something, but that is the beauty.
You are doing something you don’t know for pleasing your mother and what could make her happier than this effort? So once you decided that you are going to make something for her, the next obvious question will be about, what you should make. So here are some suggestions.
Pancakes are a great choice if you are planning to give the surprise in the morning itself. The plate sized pancakes are easier to make than the traditional ones and at the same time, comes with a lot of possible topping that the kids could choose from. Get the recipe here.
Grown-Up Pizza Bagel
Pizzas are something which appeals to both kids and adults. The Grown-Up pizzas have some rich presence of tomato, mozzarella and bagels in them, which in turn boost the nutrients quotient. Find out the recipe here.
Raisin Bread Triple-Decker
We always love to make things that we love to eat and Raisin Bread Triple-Decker would be just that for the kids. It is basically a sweet sandwich with cream, cheese, nuts and fruits in them and can be put together easily by the little hands. Get the recipe here.
Baked dippy eggs
The Baked dippy eggs are so easy to make that it can be even done by a 3 year old. With some proper assistance, the kid could come up with this tasty dish and be happy about it as well. Get the recipe here.
It might sound like a hard dish to make but as long as you have pre-made wafers in your refrigerator, this one is a cake walk. The banana and Nutella fillings are incredibly hard to resist and could kick start the day on a positive note. Get the recipe here.