Kids Make Mini Crustless Ham & Broccoli Quiches

From cracking and whisking eggs to measuring/sprinkling/pouring ingredients, there are lots of easy tasks for kids to assist with these delicious quiches. There’s also something to be said about kids being more apt to make something that’s their size. Your kids will also LOVE it if you set up a yogurt-making station. Ours did!

While your kids are helping out, you can also pause to discuss which FOOD GROUP each ingredient belongs to and share some fun facts about this meal’s featured ingredient: EGGS.

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    • Fruit: berries
    • Veggies: broccoli
    • Grains: none
    • Protein: eggs, ham
    • Dairy: milk, cheese, yogurt

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    • Eggs are high in protein. Protein helps build, maintain and replace the tissues in our bodies.
    • Eggs are laid by female chickens, which are called hens.
    • The yolk of an egg contains most of the egg’s nutrients.
    • Eggs can be many colors, especially white, brown, and green.

Here are some creative ways for your kid to be your personal Sous Chef as you make our Mini Crustless Ham & Broccoli Quiches. Simply hover over each image for details. Make sure your little dudes wash their hands before starting!


To make quiche, kids can:

Chop the ham & broccoli

Make sure kids cut the ham into small pieces and they cut off all the broccoli stems

Sprinkle ingredients into muffin tins

Show your kids how to evenly divide the ham, broccoli & cheese into 12

whisk egg mixture

We’re big fans of these Curious Chef kid-safe knives.


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To set up the yogurt station, kids can:

SCOOPu00a0yogurt into bowls

Kids can even use an ice cream scooper.

DECORATE the yogurt

Kids can sprinkle fruit and squirt honey onto the yogurt.


*Note: For toddlers especially, these tasks require adult supervision and/or assistance, as items may be sharp, hot or otherwise dangerous. 

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