Getting eggs into your baby’s diet early is important, but it can be difficult to come up with ways to get your kid to actually eat eggs in a way they enjoy. Lucky for you, preparing whole eggs for your baby is easier and more convenient than you think. The simplest way is to prepare a soft scramble – easy for your baby to chew and swallow if their teeth haven’t grown in yet – but if you’re looking for some more exciting options to tantalize your baby’s tastebuds, you’ve got plenty of options.
Not only are eggs great all on their own, they’re even better as a vehicle to deliver other important foods like cheese, whole grains, and wholesome veggies to make sure your kids are getting all the major food groups all the time. Check out our guide for 10 egg recipes for babies and make your kids fall in love with this impressive superfood.
Tasty Scrambled Eggs for Babies
These cheesy scrambled eggs are gently spiced with nutmeg, a flavor that will delight your baby’s tastebuds.
7 minutes 100 calories Easy
Egg Yolk and Avocado Baby Food Puree
The yolk is where all the nutritious elements of the egg lives, and combined with the healthy fats of an avocado, you may just have the powerhouse of baby food in one bowl.
5 minutes 150 calories Easy
Baby-Friendly Egg Veggie Pancakes
Grab whatever veggies you have on hand and whip up these baby-friendly egg veggie pancakes that your baby will love. They are nutritious, easy to make, and make for a tasty handheld breakfast or snack.
10 minutes 70 calories Easy
Baby French Toast
Baby French Toast is made from a few simple ingredients and is quick and easy to make. Plus, this eggy toast is soft enough for your baby to chew on but firm enough that they can pick it up themselves.
5 minutes 175 calories Easy
Spinach Zucchini Frittata Fritters
Packed with healthy veggies, these frittata fingers are easy for your baby to pick up on their own and are freezer friendly, meaning you can make a big batch and reheat a few of them every morning for breakfast.
35 minutes 65 calories Easy
Baby’s First Pancakes
These bite-size pancakes provide a lot of benefits for your baby, including the nutrition from eggs, a good texture that can be easily picked up and chewed, and the introduction of allergens like eggs and peanuts to reduce the risk of developing allergies.
5 minutes 120 calories Easy
Mini Broccoli and Cheese Egg Muffins
All the major food groups are represented in these cheesy muffins: quinoa for whole grains, cheese for dairy, broccoli for veggies, and eggs for protein.
25 minutes 50 calories Easy
Cheesy Spinach Bites
Four ingredients are all you need for these cheesy spinach bites that are ready in just 30 minutes. Season these with the dried herb of your choice for good flavor that will excite your baby’s tastebuds.
35 minutes 170 calories Easy
Made without sugar, this warm egg pudding is safe for babies of all ages. Serve this as a snack or as a sweet after dinner treat.
15 minutes 130 calories Easy
Egg in the Basket
Egg in the basket is a great way to get your kids a healthy, high-protein breakfast that also happens to be fun to eat. Plus, this breakfast is quick to throw together making it the perfect morning treat if you’re in a hurry.
20 minutes 180 calories Easy