Thinking of making breakfast or brunch in bed for Mother’s Day but not sure what to make? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. I know for many, Mother’s Day is quickly approaching and for some the tradition of going out to eat may not be an option this year. Did you know that Anna Jarvis, who is often referred to as the founder of Mother’s Day was against commercialization. Celebrating with elaborate gifts isn’t the only way to go.
I can confidently say that sometimes moms (myself included) appreciate having not to cook and just relaxing. So this Mother’s Day, grab the kids and get in the kitchen. The act of a labor of love is truly a gift. Don’t worry if you burn the pancakes a little, just blame it on the kids haha. Seriously the kind gesture counts and will be appreciated. To take the guesswork out of what to make I have compiled a list of 5 delicious Mother’s Day brunch ideas are sure to make her feel like royalty.
Mother’s Day in the USA was officially made a holiday in 1914. It was designated as the second Sunday in May by President Woodrow Wilson.
Here are a few tips for all 5 delicious mother’s day brunch ideas listed above. First, to ensure your breakfast or brunch gets off without a hitch, make sure you have enough eggs for the recipe. I was shocked to learned that a frittata called for 8 eggs. Secondly, make sure to buy your ingredients at the right time. In the case of the Banana’s Foster you’ll want the bananas to be firm but ripe so they can withstand cooking in the foster syrup. Next, when making the spinach and feta frittata, the cast iron skillet is your friend. Additionally, cutting up the sweet potatoes for your hash into small bits helps it cook faster and more evenly. Lastly, when making the chorizo skillet, try not to eat all the chorizo before you finish cooking it lol.