Since becoming a mom almost seven years ago, I’ve enjoyed a variety of Mother’s Day celebrations. I’ve waited in a long brunch line with a baby in tow and enjoyed homemade scones after lingering in bed. We’ve had picnic lunches and fancy restaurant dinners.
Each celebration has had a different level of “success”, but what was most important was spending the day with my family, even with the comedy of errors that often seem to crop up on special days.
To help make Mother’s Day a little more relaxing for everyone involved, I’ve put together four menus that are fitting for a variety of celebration styles.
Breakfast in Bed
The Mother’s Day classic, improved from your days of cereal and burned toast.
Pineapple Breeze Smoothie opens in a new tabAfternoon Tea
Brew a pot of her favorite and serve it with elegant nibbles.
Vanilla Berry Yogurt Parfaits opens in a new tabVegan Breakfast
If mom doesn’t eat meat, she can still have a lovely, flavorful breakfast.
Make it a family function by cooking up dishes that are great for outdoor dining.
Strawberry Shortcakes with Maple Syrup and Frozen Yogurt opens in a new tabWhat are you making for Mom?