Moms admit they eat their little ones’ meals no matter what the outcome

A survey of 2,000 mothers with children over the age of eight found that 46 percent have cooked something from their little one as a surprise, only to be surprised by his unsavory appearance.

Exactly half felt they had to eat what had been cooked for them, although it appeared that their son or daughter insisted on sitting with them until they were done.

82 percent stated that their child took this as a sign to make food for them more often.

It also found that 49 percent have previously pretended to eat a meal their child prepared for them, while 26 percent of those with dogs admit they ended up giving them to the family pet.

The study, commissioned by Ocado, found that 56 percent had their child cook food beforehand on Mother’s Day – with birthdays, Christmas and Easter also being among the most common occasions.

To ensure mums are happy with their homemade meals this Mother’s Day, the online supermarket has teamed up with popular family recipe creator Claudine Boulstridge to create some simple and easy recipes delicious breakfast recipes Children can make themselves.

Meals include the ‘mum-lette’ – a fun and exciting omelet kids can decorate to look like their mum – rainbow lollipops made from yoghurt crust complete with colorful fruit and seeds, and a three-minute microwave toast with Nutella and raspberries.

Laura Rowe, food expert at Ocado, said: “Cooking and eating together as a family is so important, but we know from our research (and experience) that children often need a helping hand when it comes to mealtimes.

“That’s why we created recipes for this Mother’s Day that are not only exciting and easy to cook, but also delicious.”

“Save for later” is an excuse 47 percent of mothers used to use to skip a meal their child cooked.

And 57 percent even suggested giving it to their partner instead to get away from using.

Although they generally get away with it, 24 percent admit to upsetting their child by rejecting something from them.

Almost two-thirds (62 percent) assume they will eat anything their little one makes them, no matter how unappetizing it looks, because it would have been made with love.

According to the OnePoll study, sandwiches, pasta and fairy cakes are among the most common foods children have cooked for their mothers.

And 66 percent say their child never leaves a pot or pan unused when preparing those meals – resulting in parents having to spend ages in the kitchen cleaning up their mess.

Laura Rowe added: “Our five kid-friendly and easy-to-follow recipes introduce kids to cooking so they can get hands-on this Mother’s Day.

“Whether they’re serving up an artful omelette masterpiece or breakfast-friendly yogurt lollipops, we’re here to make sure kids and parents alike take pride in what’s on their plate.” Moms admit they eat their little ones’ meals no matter what the outcome

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