Breakfast Sandwiches for Kids: Delightfully Happy Idea
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Why not play with your food? The whole family will have fun making fruit faces on these breakfast sandwiches for kids.
Start your day with a little fun! Turn some frozen breakfast sandwiches into happy faces using fruit for an easy meal your kids will love. Blueberries for eyes, kiwis for ears, a strawberry mouth — who can resist the cuteness and colorfulness of these breakfast sandwiches? It’s simple and fast to offer your kids a hot, nutritious and fun breakfast that’s ready in just a few minutes!
A Fun Breakfast for kids
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but that doesn’t mean it needs to be boring. I love to create fun food with my little boys, who are four and two years old. Our mealtime antics usually involve using fruits and vegetables to create silly faces. It never fails to make my boys smile and giggle with delight, so I jumped at the chance to try Jimmy Dean Delights Breakfast Sandwiches.
How to make silly face breakfast sandwiches
Here in Michigan we tend to have long cold winter days. It helps us break the monotony and beat cabin fever to have a fun, nutritious hot breakfast some mornings rather than cold cereal or toast.
Our biggest dilemma was choosing which of the tasty frozen breakfast sandwiches to try:
- Chicken Sausage Egg & Cheese English Muffins
- Turkey Sausage Egg & Cheese English Muffins
- Canadian Bacon English Muffins
- Turkey Sausage Croissants
- Turkey Sausage Egg, & Cheese Flatbread Sandwiches
- Bacon, Egg & Cheese Flatbread Sandwiches
If you want to make a really cute funny face out of the sandwiches, go with the flatbread options.
How to Make Fun Breakfast Sandwiches
It’s so easy to get creative with your kids’ food. All you need is a variety of fruits and vegetables and a little imagination!
What You Need:
- Your favorite kind of Jimmy Dean Delights Breakfast Sandwiches
- An assortment of fruit.
- green apple
- mandarin oranges.
Here’s a tip: Look for the berry bowls and other assortments of fruit in the produce section at Meijer to get the variety you need for the faces without having to buy large quantities of any of the fruits.
Here’s how we made breakfast sandwiches for kids. It’s fun to play with your food once in awhile.
1. Prepare the fruit
Wash, slice and prepare the fruit. I find it’s best just to have everything laid out before you call the kids over to help create the happy face breakfast sandwiches.
2. Heat up the sandwiches
Follow the instructions on the back of the box to heat the Jimmy Dean Delights Breakfast Sandwiches in your microwave. Both of the flatbread sandwiches said to wrap the breakfast sandwiches in a paper towel first.
The Turkey Sausage, Egg and Cheese breakfast sandwiches also required defrosting them for 1 1/2 minutes, then cooking on the regular high cycle for 50-55 seconds. The Bacon, Egg and Cheese breakfast sandwiches could just be cooked on high for 65-70 seconds.
3. create happy faces out of the fruit
Now is the fun part! You and your child(ren) can use your creativity to design the silliest faces you can imagine. When we wandered through the produce section at Meijer, my four-year-old actually chose which fruit we’d use for which parts.
He wanted bananas and blueberries for the eyes, a grape for the nose and mandarin oranges for the hair. I suggested we use kiwis for ears and a strawberry for the mouth. He then picked out a green apple. I asked, “what are we going to use that for?” He grinned at me and joyfully declared, “this will be the eyebrows!”
We were both delighted with the final result:
C1 was so proud of the happy face he made with his breakfast sandwich. “You’re going to take my picture for your blog post, aren’t you, Mommy? They’re going to want to see mine too!”
My two year old had much more fun disassembling his Delightfully Happy Breakfast Sandwich, one body part at a time.
Both boys said the breakfast sandwiches were yummy and I’d have to agree. Creating these Delightfully Happy Breakfast Sandwiches is fun, easy and delicious. For more information about the sandwiches we used, visit www.JimmyDean.com and for other delicious recipe ideas, check out Jimmy Dean on Pinterest or our Pinterest Board for Food Ideas the Kids Will Love.
We love to serve these breakfast sandwiches for dinner, too! So before you go, check out these other Easy Dinner Ideas!
How to make homemade breakfast sandwiches for Kids
If you prefer to make everything homemade, these are easy to make. Here’s how:
- Toast some flatbread. You might have to cut a flatbread in the shape of a circle first.
- Fry some sausage.
- Put the sausage on the toasted flatbread.
- Add cheese if you want.
- Create the fruity face.
It’s such a simple way to make breakfast just a little more fun!
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These are so cute, Carrie! My kids would absolutely LOVE these! The flatbread sandwiches sound delicious.
Thanks, Ashlyn! These flatbread breakfast sandwiches are delicious — and so fun to make! 🙂
They are so easy to make, Bre! I bet your kids would love them. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
Thanks, Leigh Anne! Your kids will love them. Enjoy! 🙂
Those fruit faces are so fun. What a great way to get the kids to eat breakfast.
Thanks, Heather! Without fail, my two year old always starts by eating the nose. He can’t help himself, but it definitely gets them to eat more at breakfast.
Thanks, Familes! They’re very delicious – and fun to make too!
These are so cute. I need to make these with my little one she will love it.
Thank you for linking up with #wordlesswednesday co-host – http://www.julieinthemaking.com/
Thanks for hosting the link party! So glad you came by to check out the Delightfully Happy Breakfast Sandwiches, Julie. Enjoy making them with your daughter and have a great weekend!
Thanks, Nicole! The kiddos definitely enjoy it. 🙂
Now arent those the cutest happiest little sandwiches I have see, they go on my Cute Food Board.
Thanks for sharing on The Oh My Heartsie Girls WW this week!!!
Have a great weekend, Karren
You have a Cute Food Board?! How fun, Karren! So glad you came by to check out the sandwiches. Thanks for pinning them! 🙂
Thanks for visiting and for pinning, Lindsay! 🙂
Your grandkids will love this, Maria! Have a fun time making them delightfully happy next weekend. I’d love to see pictures of how your sandwiches turn out. Thanks for pinning!
Awww… thanks, Carole! I’m thrilled you think they’re so cute and that you took the time to pin them too. I’m so glad you came by from the SITS Sharefest.
I’m so thrilled you chose to feature our breakfast sandwiches at Sunday Funday today, Kristin. Thank you so much! 🙂 Enjoy making these with your kids. Hope it works to get them to eat breakfast!