Recipe for Egg and Veggie Casserole

Recipe for Egg and Veggie Casserole

Recipe for Egg and Veggie Casserole

Kids cooking programs are excellent since they increase food consumption by children by 80%. Try demonstrating how to make a dish using eggs and vegetables. Learning how to run culinary workshops for children just requires a little preparation.

children preparing an egg dish at the table

Keep patience in mind when cooking with children. They will err, but that’s alright since learning comes from errors. Even after more than 30 years of cooking, I still make blunders.

Since there were many eggs in this egg casserole, it was a wonderful chance for each youngster to get to experience it more than once. After the first cracked egg flew across the table, some of them didn’t want to, but that’s alright too. If they choose not to, they are not required to. Even one-year-olds may learn to regulate their fine motor skills and develop confidence by pouring ingredients into bowls.

casseroles suitable for kids
This breakfast dish also contains wholesome tortillas, eggs, cheese, and many servings of veggies. Since all of the ingredients are combined in a bowl before being put into a casserole dish, most of the procedures can be completed by the kids without much help, which boosts their cooking confidence.

This dish of eggs and vegetables was delicious! I advise you to cook this or another recipe as soon as you can in the kitchen with our kids.

Recipe for Egg and Veggie Casserole
cooked breakfast dish with nutritious ingredients.

Twelve eggs
2 cups of milk, salt, and pepper as desired
vegetables of your choosing, minced; we used kale and broccoli.
2 C. Your preferred cheese, shredded; we chose mozzarella
12 corn tortillas, chopped

Have children wash their hands after you.
Beat thoroughly while combining milk and eggs.
Add cheese, vegetables, and spices.

Mix thoroughly.
Spray nonstick cooking spray on the casserole dish.
The pan should be covered with the cut tortillas.
On top, pour the egg mixture.
Bake at 350 degrees for approximately an hour, or until the middle of the egg has set.

Notes Breakfast meats like cooked ham, cooked sausage, or cooked bacon may also be added.