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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Kid Makes & Bakes: Italian Egg "Wave"

Hey Moms, does this happen in your home a couple of days before Mother's Day? You'll round a corner to find the kids, and, possibly Dad or another grown-up, huddled and speaking in hushed tones. They see you and scramble!

Point the big people in your home to this blog and let them know about my "Kid Makes & Bakes" recipes.

The kids will need a lift to the grocery store, and maybe a little help in the kitchen, but most of these recipes can be made entirely by their little hands just for you!

Cooked in the microwave, this kid-friendly recipe is a great idea for a
mother's day breakfast.

Kid Makes and Bakes: Italian Egg Wave
  • 1 Teaspoon margarine
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 Cup shredded mozzerella cheese
  • 2 tablespoons of quartered artichokes (from a can that a grown-up opens)
  • 2 tablespoons of diced tomatoes (from a can that a grown-up opens)
  • shakers with salt and pepper
  • Use a paper towel to smear the margarine inside a nice soup bowl that can go into the microwave.
  • Crack the eggs and put the gooey stuff inside into the soup bowl. Ask a grown-up for help if this is too hard to do. Throw the empty eggshells in the garbage and wipe off your hands if egg gets on them.
  • Use a fork to stir the eggs in the bowl as fast as you can to whip them.
  • Put the mozzerella cheese, artichokes, and tomatoes in the eggs. Sprinkle a little salt and pepper in the eggs and stir it all up.
  • Set the microwave for 45 seconds and push start. Then, open the door and see if the eggs look dry. If they look wet, set the microwave for 30 seconds more and push start. When the eggs look dry, they are cooked.
  • Wait until the bowl cools off before touching it, then take it out of the microwave.
  • Put the bowl on a nice dinner plate and serve it to mom with a fork.


  1. Si Wakaba ko loves to do things with me sa kusina kaya pag nandyan cya sa kusina,di maiiwasang messy ang kitchen lol!

  2. daughter ko gustong-gustong matutong magluto. palagi nyang sinasabi na ipamana ko daw sa kanya mga recipes ko. she'll surely love to do this one.

    thanks for always sharing recipes.

  3. ay tita ces ang anak ko naman gusto lang lutuin yung egg dahil paborito nya yon, basta itlog ang lulutuin tiyak ko sya na ang gagawa pero pag ganito na karami ang sangkap, mahirap ata yan sa kanya

  4. woi how I wish akesha can cook with me...pero d pa sya ready..kasi lagi messy pag ini include ko sya...hehehe!

    si jake ba te nag help ba sya sa kitchen?

  5. hahahaha...maayo jud kung ang mga kids mag luto for their mom, i heard that this is the case most specially in the US...well, sa ako palibot...hehehe...anyway, i hope in 5 years, naa na magluto para sa akoa hahaha

  6. Jake loves watching me cooking; he helps a little like putting ingredients, stirring it and of course eating them when it is done:-), can be messy, but that's alright, kids can be messy a lot of times, that is why they need supervision :-).

  7. thnk you for sharing the recipe ate. cn't wait to have kids para ipagluto ako.heheh
    ang cute ng picture sa post mo.

  8. One of our kids fave... My daughter and I always bake together... Rose doeS not like baking hehehe..

  9. Great post, hhmm I should let the kids try and cook something for the hubby one day.. Maybe on his birthday. Thanks for sharing.