Need a Mother's Day Plan? Whip Up One of Pinterest's 10 Most-Pinned Mother's Day Recipes
These easy, mom-approved brunch recipes just saved your weekend.
Haven't yet decided what to do for your mother, your wife, or other special moms in your life for Mother's Day? One foolproof idea: Whip up a decadent breakfast using one of Pinterest's top 10 most-Pinned Mother's Day dishes (and check out the new Moms on Pinterest content hub for more). Luckily, some of the treats most craved by moms this year are easy to make, so you won’t need to spend all morning in the kitchen to give her that super-relaxing, decadent morning she so totally deserves.
What’s not to like about a spectacular breakfast in bed? And it's even more impressive when it's this impossible-to-resist stack of rainbow colored pancakes; and check out the other simple but stellar breakfast-in-bed recipe ideas, from a heart-shaped egg-in-the-hole to dreamy cream scones.
Buttermilk, cream cheese, butter and blueberries come together for a love-at-first-bite muffin. Thankfully, the recipe yields a dozen, plenty for mom to share.
As eye-catching as it is tasty, this colorful berries and feta salad only takes 15 minutes to put together. Baby spinach leaves meet a trifecta of berries (blueberries, strawberries and cranberries) for a winning and nutrient-packed salad.
This hearty spinach and mozzarella egg bake is low-carb, meatless and gluten-free to boot.
Who needs a crowded restaurant brunch? You can serve up these California-style eggs Benedict at home, no problem. The blender-made hollandaise sauce is as effortless to prepare as it is satisfying to eat.
As though the recipe for this bacon, potato and cheddar frittata weren’t simple enough (just combine the ingredients and bake for 25 minutes), you can toss leftover ham, sausage or crisp cooked bacon into the mix for a meatier combo; pasta or potatoes work well too. Mix and match mom's favorite ingredients into this impressive brunch dish, and watch her beam with pride.
Brunch won't be complete without the right beverage: Enter the Pomosa. This two-ingredient cocktail is made with just Champagne and pomegranate juice (pomegranate mimosa, get it)? Great any time of day, it's extra-perfect on a weekend morning.
Don’t let the long name throw you off. There’s nothing remotely tricky about making this one-pan dish. Six ingredients (bacon, asparagus spears, lemon zest, fresh thyme, freshly ground black pepper and eggs) combine to make an easy, knockout morning treat.
For a breakfast and a sweet gift rolled into one, present mom with a lined basket full of these lemon scones. Add blueberries to the batter for an extra pop of color and sweetness.
No humdrum oatmeal, this baked version is chock full of bananas, huckleberries, nuts and maple syrup. Bake it in the oven for a crispy, caramelized, celebration-worthy spin on an old favorite.
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