3 Fun Easter brunch ideas for kids

Amy Vowles

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Brunch doesn't have to be boring. Make it fun for the kids by getting creative with these great ideas to incorporate into your Easter brunch.

Easter egg sandwich

The Easter holiday has so many themes: faith, family, food and of course, fun stuff for kids. Often when we think of fun Easter ideas for kids, our minds immediately go to toys, games and candy. Why not make the food served for brunch part of the Easter fun? Try these great ideas to liven up your Easter meal.

3 Fun Easter brunch ideas for kids

Make an Easter egg sandwich

Layer your favorite sandwich ingredients between two slices of bread, making sure the cheese is on top of any other ingredients. Using an egg-shaped cookie cutter, cut an egg shape out of the sandwich. Remove the top piece of bread and cut a zigzag through the middle to make the broken shell. Use food coloring, black pepper or poppy seeds for the eyes and a small piece of carrot to make the beak.

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Easter egg in a basket

Use an Easter-shaped cookie cutter and cut out the center of a slice of bread. Heat 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Crack an egg into the cut-out center of the bread and cook, turning halfway through, until the bread is golden-brown on both sides.

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Easter bunny shaped pancakes

Whip up a batch of your favorite pancake mix. Pour the batter into a large oval to make the face, and then pour two smaller ovals attached for the ears. Use chocolate chips and pieces of fruit to make the eyes, nose and mouth.

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Amy Vowles
Amy is a stay-at-home mommy to her 1-year-old daughter, Hailey Mae. She is a lover of all things domestic and blogs about her cooking, crafting, and parenting adventures on her personal blog, The Artful Blogger.