Get inspired to treat mom to breakfast in bed for Mother’s Day with 12 amazing recipes! And get the kids to join in, because all of these recipes are fun for the whole family!
What could be a better Mother’s Day treat than a giant healthy, delicious cookie! Check out this recipe from The Biggest Loser winner Audrey Johns.
Put a refreshing, ice-cold homemade lemonade drink on mom’s breakfast tray with this recipe from Food Network star Damaris Phillips.
This elegant and flavorful option features poached eggs and a Cuban-inspired spicy mojo sauce served on a bed of crispy bacon on a toasted baguette, with avocado and lime sprinkled above. Delish!
Anne makes sandwiches of white bread, grated Gruyere, and a pre-cooked filling that includes tomato, bacon onion and more, then dips them in an egg mixture and grills. She tops with a sunny side up egg and chives – beautiful!
This scrumptious baguette French toast is baked instead of fried in a pan. The delicious finished product is topped with an orange-honey syrup – yum!
If mom is watching her figure, this breakfast treat is as good for you as it is tasty! Oats are soaked in water with cinnamon, then blended and strained, and pureed up into a smoothie with milk, pitted dates, bananas and ice. So nutritious and so delicious!
Our baking whiz Grant has a few tricks up his sleeve when it comes to this blueberry muffin recipe. First, he freezes his berries before adding them to the batter – this stops them from getting smushed. He also dusts them with flour so they don’t sink to the bottom of the muffins – brilliant!
Rocker Sammy Hagar makes a classic French toast and says that you can “be your own boss” when it comes to the toppings, meaning, top it with whatever you like! He likes to go simple with just real maple syrup, but his wife likes to add berries.
A homemade strawberry toaster pastry? Yum! And this is a super fun project to make with kids!
This warm, comforting spicy egg dish from Scott Conant is a cheerful option. Scott makes a complex, spicy red sauce, which he pours into serving dishes and adds poached eggs. He tops with parmesan cheese and then cooks in the oven under the broiler.
You don’t need an oven or even a microwave for this popular oatmeal preparation. Graham mixes vanilla greek yogurt and rolled oats, then leaves overnight. In the morning, he garnishes with apple, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and raisins. Super healthy and tasty!
These frittatas seriously could not be easier to make. Just grab a muffin tin, spray with cooking spray, and add veggies and scrambled eggs. Bake — and you’ve got mini frittatas! Delish!
How do you plan to spoil the mom in your life on Mother’s Day? Share and watch Buddy Valastro make his toaster pastry below: