One of the most loved by kids and pop­u­lar among moth­ers of “chil­dren’s” dish­es is an omelette. We offer sev­er­al recipes for a deli­cious and ten­der omelet for your baby.

Chil­dren’s omelet can be sweet and savory, served with jam, jam, fruit puree or oth­er dress­ings that the child likes. But no mat­ter which way you choose to serve the dish, first you need to cook the omelette itself. We will tell you sev­er­al ways to make an omelette light and melt in your mouth, which, of course, your baby will like.

Steam omelet

To make an omelette you will need:

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 Art. l. milk
  • but­ter
  • salt, sug­ar, addi­tives and essences


1. Beat milk and eggs until frothy.

2. Add salt or sug­ar, depend­ing on what kind of omelette you want to make. You can also add some vanil­la to the sweet ver­sion.

3. Boil water in a wide saucepan. Grease a bak­ing dish with but­ter. Pour the egg-milk mix­ture into it.

4. Place the mold in a saucepan and “cook” until ten­der.

5. Remove the mold and turn over the plate. Thanks to the lubri­ca­tion with oil, the omelette will eas­i­ly come off.

You can serve an omelet either on its own or with var­i­ous addi­tives.

Omelet “boiled”

You will need almost the same ingre­di­ents for a “boiled” omelette as for a steam one:

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 Art. l. milk
  • salt, sug­ar, addi­tives and essences


1. Sep­a­rate the whites from the yolks. Sep­a­rate­ly, beat the whites with a mix­er until the con­sis­ten­cy of a thick foam.

2. Add slight­ly warmed milk and con­tin­ue whisk­ing.

3. In a sep­a­rate con­tain­er, beat the yolks.

4. Add salt or sug­ar to both con­tain­ers.

5. Boil water in a saucepan. Gen­tly pour the pro­tein-milk mix­ture into the boil­ing water. Let her hard­en a lit­tle.

6. Pour the beat­en yolks into the pan. Wait a minute until the whites and yolks are cooked. Drain the water.

7. You can serve an omelet either on its own or as a side dish.

A “boiled” omelet will delight not only your baby’s taste, but will also serve as a “toy” for him, because his appear­ance will resem­ble the orig­i­nal incom­pre­hen­si­ble fig­ures.

Pan­cake omelettePancake omelette

This recipe is per­fect for old­er kids. To pre­pare it you will need:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 st. l. sour cream
  • but­ter
  • salt, sug­ar, addi­tives and essences


1. Beat sour cream and eggs in one con­tain­er.

2. Add salt or sug­ar to taste.

3. Rub the pan with but­ter. Pour the egg-sour cream mix­ture over it.

4. When the omelette ris­es, turn it over and fry on the oth­er side.

5. Spread the fin­ished omelette (sweet) with jam or fruit puree and fold it into an enve­lope.

Thanks to the replace­ment of milk with sour cream, the omelette does not rise much and after cook­ing it is very sim­i­lar to a pan­cake.

Enjoy your meal!

Author: Natalia Kay

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