Ensure she doesn’t lift a finger on Mother’s Day. Heck, catch Mom before she steps foot out of bed! Breakfast in bed may come as a surprise to her, but that’s the idea. This is THE day to show your #1 gal just how much she’s appreciated. Plan ahead so you’ll have the necessary ingredients, and skip battling the brunch crowd dining out.
Seasonal sweets from my trip to South America include these homemade Patagonia Berry Scones [above] – freshly baked in a mere fifteen minutes!
Cinnamon Rolls are a classy choice, especially when they’re gluten-free. This recipe from Blackbird Bakery is just the ticket. If you’d like to serve these hot for breakfast, make the dough the night before. They’re also extra good if you can find and use Vietnamese (Saigon) cinnamon…
This Banana Nut Bread is made with ground Loose Leaf Tea, which essentially acts as a spice and works especially well with baked goods and moist breads.
Candied Bacon French Toast…need we say more to describe the lusciousness of this entrée? Make this blue cheese French toast with candied bacon in a decadent bourbon cherry sauce on a special occasion like Mother’s Day. Remind her why your ‘the favorite’… 😉
Mom will love the oodles of farmer’s cheese and fresh peaches inside these warm and flaky Traditional Czech Kolaches from the Little Gretel Restaurant in Boerne, TX. This recipe is authentic as they come and made by hand. See if you can master these delicious Hill Country delights!
Celebrity Chef Curtis Stone shared his Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon and Chives recipe with Goodtaste. Now it’s your turn to recreate his simple setup. Toast some sourdough bread and spread with cream cheese. Top with smoked salmon, eggs and serve with lemon wedges.
Blur the lines between brunch and lunch with this Asian Chicken Salad Crepe stuffed with a zesty slaw from Crepe Nation. Mom may be a fan of the Sriracha Dressing…we certainly are! A substitute for shredded chicken could be Asian marinated sliced skirt steak: