Delicious Omelettes to Cook for Kids

If you want to surprise your children with a dish they'll love, look no further than these delicious omelette recipes for kids.
Delicious Omelettes to Cook for Kids

Last update: 09 May, 2018

Different kinds of delicious omelettes are a great way to easily bring some variety into your meals at home.

These recipes are tasty and nutritious and will leave the whole family satisfied and full of energy.

It can sometimes be difficult to keep kids happy and make sure they get a balanced diet.

At their tender age, there are many things that children have yet to learn. This can lead to picky eating, as children avoid unfamiliar dishes and foods.

There isn’t much about an omelette for children to object to, however. These recipes look and smell appealing and their soft texture makes them easy for little ones to eat.

What’s more, eggs are a great source of protein, vitamins and minerals, and form an important part of children’s diets.

These delicious omelettes for kids can work at any time of the day: breakfast, lunch, dinner or as a snack. Here are some of the best recipes.

Delicious Omelettes to Cook for Kids

Delicious omelettes to cook for kids

1. Cheese, tomato and zucchini omelette

The ingredients that you need to make this omelette are: grated hard cheese, 4 eggs, 2 ripe red tomatoes, 1 zucchini, oil and salt and pepper to taste.

First, wash the tomatoes carefully and chop into small cubes. Do the same with the zucchini. Then, in a bowl, beat the eggs well and mix in the chopped vegetables and grated cheese.

Season with salt and pepper to taste. Then add some oil to a hot skillet or frying pan and pour in the egg mixture. Cook on a medium heat until the egg is just solid on top.

When the omelette is almost ready, use a spatula to flip it over. The dish is ready as soon as the egg is cooked through.

2. Ham omelettes with breadcrumbs

Another great omelette to cook for kids makes use of another favorite: bread. For this simple recipe, the ingredients you’ll need are: olive oil, 2 oz of breadcrumbs, 2 eggs, parsley, 2 oz of ham, salt and pepper.

Slice the ham into small pieces and finely chop the parsley. Beat the eggs and add the ham, parsley, breadcrumbs and seasoning. Pour the mixture into a hot pan with a little oil and cook for a few minutes.

Once the omelette is just firm on top, flip it or fold it over and cook for a few minutes longer. Simple, but delicious!

3. Spanish potato and sausage omelette

For this tasty dish, you’ll need: 3 medium potatoes, 5 eggs, 3.5 oz of chorizo sausage, 3 rashers of bacon cut into cubes, oil, salt and pepper.

Start by washing the potatoes and cutting them into very thin slices. Fry them in oil in a skillet with a heavy bottom. Once they’ve softened, remove and set aside.

Cut the sausage into slices and fry with the bacon, then remove and set aside. Beat the eggs thoroughly and add the other ingredients, seasoning with salt and pepper.

Pour the mixture into the skillet and let it cook over a medium heat until golden on the bottom and solid on top.

When it’s time to flip your omelette, slide it onto a plate. This will help to prevent it from collapsing.

Cook for a few minutes on the other side. If you have a suitable skillet, you can also put the omelette into the oven for 15 minutes to cook through.

Delicious Omelettes to Cook for Kids

4. Sweet omelettes

These are a great option for breakfast, a snack or a treat. To make a sweet omelette, you’ll need: 4 eggs, half a cup of breadcrumbs, half a cup of sugar, a teaspoon of vanilla essence, ground cinnamon and a little oil.

In a bowl, beat the eggs and mix in the breadcrumbs and other ingredients. Mix well and then add to a hot skillet using a large spoon or ladle.

Cook until golden on both sides. These sweet omelettes can be served with honey, fruit or melted chocolate.

5. Sweet pumpkin pancakes

To make these little pancakes, you’ll need the following ingredients: 2 cups of flour, 5 eggs, 1 pint of milk, 5 oz of pumpkin, 2 cups of sugar, zest of 2 lemons, cinnamon and oil to fry.

First peel, cube and cook the pumpkin for ten minutes with the zest of one lemon. Let it cool then mash to a puree and set aside.

In a bowl, use an electric whisk or food processor to mix the eggs, flour, sugar, pumpkin and milk. Then add the zest of a second lemon and a small pinch of salt.

Add a large spoonful of the mixture to a hot skillet with a little oil. Let it cook until it begins to bubble on top, then flip and cook on the other side. Serve with cream or jelly.

As you can see, these delicious omelettes for kids are simple and easy to prepare. Even better, one portion provides plenty of nutrients that will help children grow up healthy and strong.

Why not give one of these recipes a try?

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