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11 Best Kid-Friendly Egg Recipes That Are Picky Eater Approved

11 Best Kid-Friendly Egg Recipes That Are Picky Eater Approved

Posted on: December 20th 2022

Every parent experiences the phase of their children becoming picky eaters. Although this is an entirely normal part of every child’s development, it can make meal options more challenging for parents who want to ensure their kids receive all the essential nutrients so they can grow up big and strong.

Luckily, there are a few simple ways to sneak in ingredients so your child will not notice the difference between their favorite foods and ones with subtle hints of healthy foods. You can create kid-friendly egg recipes that your children will love that fit their nutritional needs for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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Consider adding these egg recipes for kids to your cookbook.

Breakfast Egg Recipes

There’s no doubt that breakfast is the most important meal of the day — especially for growing kids! Taking a few minutes each morning to prepare a well-balanced breakfast for your child can boost their energy levels and improve their mood as they prepare to tackle the day ahead.

You can create tasty egg recipes for kids with simple recipes by looking at a few options below.

Egg Bagel Bites

Egg bagel bites are a perfect breakfast and snack option for your child that can last multiple days. With the softness of the bagels and the cheese and bacon flavor, this kid-friendly egg recipe will offer a yummy solution to having a picky eater in the house.

With a few simple steps, you can recreate the well-known bagel bites that typically resemble pizzas into a healthy breakfast meal.

Start by preheating the oven to 350 F. Line the surface of a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Place 12 sliced mini bagels face up on the parchment paper and lightly butter the open halves of each slice. Place the baking sheet in the oven and cook bagels for 15 minutes.

While the bagels are in the oven, start making the scrambled eggs. In a large mixing bowl, crack 10 eggs and whisk until light and fluffy.

After mixing the eggs, place a large skillet over medium heat. Spray non-stick cooking spray or melt butter on the surface of the skillet. Pour the eggs from the bowl into the skillet. After stirring with a spatula to set the eggs for a few minutes, sprinkle salt, pepper, and chives into the eggs.

Take the bagels out of the oven and place the eggs onto each slice equally. To add more flavor, you can sprinkle shredded cheese and bacon onto every bagel. Bake for an additional 10 minutes and serve!

Waffle Egg Sandwich

Breakfast sandwiches are a great way to add yummy flavors and a crunchy texture to your child’s morning meal. They enjoy holding onto their creations and chowing down on soft, chewy ingredients they love in similar sandwiches, such as peanut butter and jelly or ham and cheese. You can create a similar sandwich with familiar ingredients that your child will love.

Make a delicious waffle egg sandwich for your adorable picky eater with just a few simple steps and ingredients.

This recipe is best for those who have a waffle maker at their disposal. You can start creating delicious waffle egg sandwiches by heating and spraying the waffle iron with non-stick cooking spray.

Split a can of biscuits into full triangle shapes and spread them across the waffle iron. In a skillet, scramble four eggs.

After the biscuits bake into the shape of waffles, remove them from the waffle iron and place them on a plate. Stack the scrambled eggs on top of the waffles. Place a slice of cheese and two pieces of bacon on the eggs.

Your last step is to place another waffle on top of the sandwich and serve!

The cheesy texture and bacon flavor will overpower the eggs so your child can enjoy a delicious breakfast without noticing an eggy taste.

Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast burritos are excellent for packing enough nutrients into one food option. Kids love the softness of tortilla shells and the yummy contents inside that even picky eaters enjoy.

You can create breakfast burritos in three easy steps and with a few delicious ingredients.

Start by mixing a dash of salt and pepper, two tablespoons of milk, half of a diced green pepper, and two eggs into a small bowl.

Pour the mixture into a non-stick pan over medium heat and use a spatula to create scrambled eggs. Cook until the eggs are thick but not too dry.

Sprinkle some cheese on the eggs and wait until it melts into the mixture. Spoon the eggs into a small tortilla and sprinkle with more cheese and a few spoonfuls of medium salsa if your child enjoys the flavor. The final step is to fold the tortilla into a burrito and serve!

The tortilla is great for containing the ingredients inside the burrito so your child can easily carry this delicious breakfast with them.


Pancakes are a quick and simple way to include eggs in a yummy breakfast for your child. The fluffy texture and sweet taste will satisfy even the pickiest eaters. Top with butter and syrups for a simple classic, or add berries and sugar-free whipped cream for a flavorful treat that children will love.

For yummy morning pancakes, combine five eggs, one cup of milk, one and one-fourth cups of flour, and two tablespoons of sugar. Whisk or mix in a blender until the batter is as smooth as possible.

Melt some butter in a small non-stick pan and place on medium-low heat. Pour some batter into the pan in a small circle and cook for about three to four minutes on each side until the batter is no longer a liquid. Repeat these steps until all the batter is gone.

Place the pancakes onto separate plates and top as desired! Your child will love the thick stack of pancakes with a kick of sweetness in every bite.

Mini Egg Breakfast Muffins

Children love the softness and sweet flavors of muffins for desserts or snacks. You can also make breakfast exciting for them by creating tasty mini egg breakfast muffins.

With only a few healthy ingredients in one meal, your favorite picky eater will love the cheesy flavor of small muffins to satisfy their taste buds.

Start by placing one diced carrot and a quarter cup of peas in two tablespoons of water in a small bowl. Cover the bowl with a paper towel or cling wrap and microwave for two minutes. Drain the veggies and set the bowl aside.

Preheat your oven to 400 F. Spray non-stick cooking spray in a muffin tin with at least six slots. In a separate bowl, beat six eggs and stir in the veggie mix. Add a quarter cup of feta cheese to the bowl.

Pour your new mixture into the six tins and bake for 15 minutes. After the egg muffins cool, you can serve this tasty and healthy breakfast meal.

Lunch and Dinner Egg Recipes

Incorporating nutrition into lunch and dinner time can seem tricky when you have a picky eater in your midst. However, these meals are more versatile and allow you to include more healthy ingredients — including eggs — into your child’s favorite foods.

Try out these delicious egg recipes for kids that you can whip up in a few simple steps.

Egg Pizza

What child doesn’t love pizza? You can easily incorporate eggs into a pizza for an unusual topping they are sure to enjoy. This simple recipe also allows you to cook mini pizzas, so you do not have to bake an entire 12- or 18-inch pie.

You can create this easy and tasty recipe for your favorite picky eater with a few simple steps and ingredients.

Start by whisking two eggs and one-half teaspoon of oregano or dried basil into a small bowl. Over medium heat, spray a small skillet with non-stick cooking spray. Pour the egg and herb mixture into the skillet. Rotate the pan to cover the entire surface of the skillet with the mixture.

Sprinkle two tablespoons of shredded mozzarella cheese, and place eight thin slices of pepperoni on top of the egg mixture. Continue to cook until the ingredients melt together. With a spatula, scoop the cooked mixture onto a plate and serve with a side of pasta or pizza sauce for dipping. With this simple recipe, you can quickly create a delicious pizza your child will enjoy eating for lunch or dinner.

Egg Tacos

We all remember the excitement of taco night when we were kids. The soft or crunchy tortilla shells, meaty flavor, and endless toppings come together to create a successful taco dinner. You can make these same memories of a delicious meal with your family by substituting meat for eggs.

In five simple steps, you can turn these ingredients into delicious egg tacos for your picky eater to enjoy for lunch or dinner.

Start by placing two eggs, two tablespoons of milk, half of a diced green pepper, and a dash of salt and pepper into a small bowl. Whisk the ingredients together until combined.

Place a skillet over medium heat and spray with non-stick cooking spray. Pour the mixture from the small bowl into the skillet and reduce to low heat. Using a spatula, stir to create scrambled eggs and cook until the liquid solidifies. Try not to keep the mixture in the skillet for too long to avoid drying out the eggs.

Sprinkle some of your child’s favorite shredded cheese over the eggs so the flavor can melt into the mixture.

Scoop the eggs into a small soft tortilla or hard taco shell and pour some salsa over the ingredients if your child enjoys the texture and flavor of the sauce.

Your child will enjoy holding the taco on their own and tasting delicious cheesy ingredients complemented with the soft tortilla or contrasted with the crunchy shell.

Baked Cheesy Pasta

The cheesy goodness of mac and cheese is always a hit with kids. They love the gooey texture of pasta melted in the flavor of shredded or liquid cheese. You can offer this same taste for lunch or dinner with a few added ingredients, so they receive additional nutrients from eggs.

To create baked cheesy pasta with hints of egg, follow this simple recipe.

Fill a large pot halfway with water, and bring it to a boil. Pour 12 ounces of pasta into the water and stir for about three to four minutes until lightly cooked. Kids typically prefer fusilli, macaroni, or penne pasta shapes, but you can use any type of small pasta.

While the pasta cooks, preheat your oven to 350 F and spray non-stick cooking spray onto a large baking pan. Strain the pasta and pour it into the pan and set it aside.

Whisk two large eggs and two cups of milk together in a bowl and slowly mix in three tablespoons of softened butter, two and a half cups of shredded cheddar cheese, and one cup of peas or a different choice of your child’s favorite vegetable. Pour the cheese and egg mixture over the pasta in the baking pan and stir everything together. Bake for about 25 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pasta has finished cooking.

Remove from the oven and serve! This meal lasts for a few days, so your child can enjoy leftovers for a delicious lunch or dinner option.

Egg Grilled Cheese

Grilled cheese is an easy recipe that kids enjoy pairing with chicken noodle or tomato soup. Adding an egg to grilled cheese gives your child additional protein, and the cheese perfectly disguises the color of the eggs in the sandwich, so your child won’t be able to tell the difference in this tasty meal.

You can easily create tasty egg grilled cheese sandwiches with a few simple ingredients. This recipe is similar to making your standard grilled cheese sandwich with one extra step to incorporate the eggs.

First, place six slices of whole wheat bread on a tray. Spread butter over each piece until each is slightly moist and put aside.

In a skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Crack six eggs into the skillet and mix them with a spatula to make scrambled eggs. Sprinkle a dash of salt and pepper over the eggs. Once the eggs are solid but not dry, scoop them onto a separate plate and set them aside.

Place the bread slices butter-side down in the same pan. Add one slice of cheese to each piece of bread — six slices of cheese total — and top three of them with the scrambled eggs. Place the bread slices without eggs on the ones that do to create a delicious egg-grilled cheese sandwich. Fry on both sides for a few minutes each, and serve!

Snacks and Dessert Egg Recipes

Kids love sweets and savory treats. Parents often try to substitute sugary foods for healthier options, but their choices feel limited. Luckily, adding eggs to your child’s favorite desserts and snacks is easier than ever.

Try these simple recipes to make snacks and desserts fun and healthier for your kid.

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

You can create banana chocolate chip muffins for a tasty snack or dessert that every picky eater will love. Your child will enjoy the fruity sweetness and chocolatey flavor in each bite while still receiving the nutritional benefits of a few eggs in the mixture.

Make this sweet treat for your child in four simple steps.

Start by preheating your oven to 350 F and lining a muffin tin with paper liners.

Mash three bananas in a large bowl. Whisk in two eggs, one teaspoon of vanilla, and one-half cup of vegetable oil. After mixing the ingredients together, add one cup of granulated sugar and whisk again until thoroughly combined.

Stir one and a half cups of flour, one-half teaspoon of salt, one teaspoon of baking soda, and one-half cup of chocolate chips into the mixture to create the muffin batter.

Pour the batter into the muffin tins and cook for about 35 minutes until the muffins are cooked through and a toothpick comes out clean. Let the muffins sit for 10 minutes before serving.

This banana chocolate chip muffin recipe is easy to make and perfect for storing in containers for multiple days so your child can enjoy this treat as a dessert, breakfast, or snack.

Pancake Dippers

The great thing about the leftovers is that you can easily create an entirely new meal or snack from a previous creation. If you follow the pancake recipe above, you can turn any remaining pancakes into delicious pancake dippers that your picky eater can enjoy as a quick snack or sweet dessert.

If you have leftover pancakes, all you would need to do is cut them into thin strips. Each pancake should make about five or six strips. Put syrup, jam, or low-sugar whipped cream in a small bowl so your child can dip their new pancake strips into other tasty ingredients for added flavor.

If you are starting this recipe from scratch, you can use the same pancake recipe with a few modifications.

Cook your pancakes in a frying pan or skillet how you usually would. Try to make thinner pancakes so your child can take smaller bites. Carefully slice the hot pancakes into thin pieces and serve with dipping sauces on the side rather than on top.

Make Eggs Fun for Your Kids With These Recipes

Finding delicious kid-friendly egg recipes for your kids to enjoy is the first step to feeding your favorite picky eaters. Make these recipes for your family with cage-free, organic and traditional eggs from Sauder’s Eggs.

Our quality egg products are available in several varieties, but all are tasty and offer health benefits. Create tasty recipes using our delicious eggs, or get a head start with our hard-cooked eggs.

At Sauder’s Eggs, we pride ourselves on providing stress-free environments for our chickens so farmers can ensure their health when they are ready to lay eggs. Animal care and the quality of our eggs are our top priority as it passes from our family to yours.

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