Recipe: Mother’s Day breakfast

You’ll go a long way to find a mum who wouldn’t love breakfast in bed served by her favourite little ones


Here are three super simple ideas to make for Mother’s Day breakfast that only needs a cookie cutter and a ‘little’ help from a grown up. A great way to let your mum know she is a star and deserves a superstar breakfast.

(Make sure you wash up too!)

Happy Mother’s Day to all the great Mums out there.

• Make sure an adult helps with the cinnamon toast frying
• Watch out for the sharp end on the skewers

You’re a Star – Cinnamon Toast


Thick slices of bread, ideally a couple of days old
2 Eggs
2 Tbsp Milk
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
1/2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
Oil and butter for frying
Cinnamon Sugar: 10 tsp sugar mixed with 1-2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
Fresh berries to serve


1 Whisk the eggs lightly then whisk in the vanilla, cinnamon and vanilla.
2 Cut shapes from some thick bread with cookie cutters.
3 Dip the shapes in the egg.
4 Heat up a frying pan over a medium heat and add a splash of oil and a tablespoon of butter
5 Gently fry your eggy toasts until golden on each side
6 Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar whilst still hot
7 Serve with fresh berries

Fruity Yoghurt Pots


Mum’s favourite fruits, chose from melon, pineapple, kiwi fruit, watermelon.
Mum’s favourite yoghurt.
Mum’s favourite granola, muesli or cereal.


1 Layer up some cereal, yoghurt and top with hearts and stars cut from thick slices of fruit with a cookie cutter.

Strawberry Posy


Ripe strawberries
BBQ Skewers


1 Stick a strawberry and some grapes onto a skewer and serve on the breakfast tray in a small vase.

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