These family-friendly rolls are quick, delicious, and the whole family can help make them, too. Children really love these!
Watch this video tutorial and be our guest for a beautiful breakfast featuring this fruity and hearty breakfast porridge.
Aebleskivers (pronounced EB-el-skiv-erz) are a Danish round pancake, made in a special cast-iron pan, and are a family favorite of ours. You can use this Orange Ricotta Pancake recipe, or any pancake recipe with whipped egg whites.
On medium heat, add a little oil or butter to each of the aebelskivers pan's semi-circle cups, then fill with batter. After a few moments -- they cook quickly! -- the batter will brown slightly. Using a knitting needle or chopsticks, spin the partially-cooked "cup" out until the cooked edge is about vertical, letting the uncooked batter spill back into the pan.
If you like, you can add a bit of cooked apples or preserves to the inside of the pancake, but it isn't necessary. After a few moments, spin the pancake cup so that the remaining opening is sealed with the remaining batter.
Serve with berry preserves and powdered sugar, or however you like. Velbekomme!
Photo credit: Julie.
Everybody loves parfaits, but kids will especially love this parfait -- served as a "pizza!" Delightfully delicious, and it will look wonderful on a brunch buffet table.
Serve fancy yeasted waffles with sliced bananas and strawberries, drizzled with chocolate-hazelnut spread (warmed briefly in the microwave), sprinkled with confectioner's sugar, and topped with a dab of fresh whipped cream and a sprig of fresh mint leaves. Children of all ages won't be able to resist!
Photo credit: Erin.
This hearty bar is easily handheld for breakfast on the go. We used berries in our version, but it's equally tasty with peeled and chopped peaches, nectarines, or plums.
I love these lemon scones -- made with a little extra lemon zest! -- and these strawberry scones offer a moist texture and a buttery flavor.
Serve with marmalade or your favorite jams or preserves. You can make them half-sized so they're extra cute, and so there'll be enough for everybody!
Photo credit: Debra.
These easy-to-make granola bars are chewy, nutty, and chocolate-y -- without being too sweet. Plus, they are filled with lots of good stuff: plain peanut butter, walnuts, flax seeds, oats, a little bit of honey, and dark chocolate. A sweet treat that's good to eat!
Photo credit: Catch My Party.
Another variation of fruit and yogurt parfaits is to combine with sweet honey, savory peanut butter, and some leftover tortillas for a sweet new take on the traditional Mexican tostada.
Aren't these cute? Make your favorite pancakes as small, "silver dollar" pancakes, then serve a miniature stack on a bamboo skewer, with a fresh berry on top. They can be served in any surroundings, and are sophisticated and kid friendly at the same time.
Photo credit: All Memories.
Yes, you can make these at home. Quick, easy, delicious, and you can customize them however your family likes!
French Breakfast Muffins, with nutmeg in the batter, offer such a welcoming aroma for your kid-friendly brunch! Dipping the warm muffins in butter and cinnamon sugar makes these delightful cakes as tasty as freshly-made doughnuts and yet so much easier to prepare.
Enjoy your brunch!
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