6 Made-with-Love Mother's Day Dishes Kids Can Make

Serving Mom homemade breakfast in bed beats just about any gift you could buy her.

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Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Leave It to the Kids

The best gifts you can give Mom can't be picked up at the store. Like the macaroni necklace and finger-painted masterpieces before them, they're homemade. These handcrafted kitchen creations are made with love — and they're easy enough for the kids to cook (with a little help here and there, depending on their ages).

Hash Brown, Tomato and Mozzarella Quiche

This clever quiche uses potatoes instead of dough for the crust. For little kids: Let them squeeze the moisture out of the potatoes, measure and mix. For big kids: Let them pat the potatoes into the pie dish, shred the cheese and snip the chives with kitchen shears.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Hash Brown, Tomato and Mozzarella Quiche

Strawberry French Toast Roll-Ups

These fun, crunchy and sweet roll-ups are the kind of breakfast food that both kids and adults will like. Get kids involved in the cooking. For little and big kids: Let them help with rolling the bread out, and filling and coating the roll-ups. For an easy variation, swap out the cream cheese and sugar in the filling for 1/4 cup chocolate-hazelnut spread.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Strawberry French Toast Roll-Ups

Asparagus Marinara

Starring breaded asparagus and juicy marinara, this easy-to-make egg dish is like eggplant Parm meets brunch. For little and big kids: Let them dredge the asparagus. For big kids: Let them fry the eggs, with an adult's help.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Asparagus Marinara

Raspberry-Lemon Bread Pudding

This easy-to-make bread pudding can be baked in a coffee cup and enjoyed for brunch. For little and big kids: Let them measure the ingredients. For big kids: Let them whisk together the eggs and sugar.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Raspberry-Lemon Bread Pudding

Biscuit Eggs Benedict

The butterless biscuits for these Benedicts are perfect for kids to make, because they are so simple. For little and big kids: Let them help with measuring, mixing and cutting out the biscuits and making the eggless hollandaise.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Biscuit Eggs Benedict

Baked Egg-and-Harissa Tarts

These little egg boxes make breakfast or brunch special and are a cinch to make. For little kids: Let them help with measuring and pressing down the baked puff pastry. For big kids: Let them score the dough and crack the eggs into each square.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Baked Egg-and-Harissa Tarts

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