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Mother's Day Brunch Made with Love

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Age-appropriate menus kids can execute at any age

That visit to mom's favorite brunch restaurant will just have to wait this year, but you can still give mom the day off this Mother’s Day: hand over the kitchen duties to the kids. We've chosen a variety of simple breakfast and brunch recipes children can pull off at nearly any age (with a little bit of help).

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“No cook” Mom’s Breakfast-in-Bed  (2 to 5 year olds with some help from Dad)

Young kids can get into the cooking spirit, sans flame. Let them help mix and assemble these no-cook creations.

“Look What I Made Mommy!” Mother’s Day Breakfast Treats (6 to 9 years with a teeny bit of help from Dad) 

Simple but spruced up dishes are on the menu from your elementary aged kids. Have them bake up simple treats, or adorn a slice of toast with gourmet fixings.

Mother’s Day Kid’s Brunch Take-Over (10 to 13 years)

Nurture independence and encourage your middle-school aged kid to level up their cooking with a variety of brunch classics that require some basic kitchen skill.

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