As the second Sunday in May rolls around, are you prepared to treat mom to the celebration she deserves? This year, prepare that Mother's Day brunch Grainful style with mom's heart and health. If you need a reminder of how great moms are, just replay the P&G Thank You, Mom commercial (just be sure there is a tissue box nearby). Then, check out some healthy recipes below that will be sure to make mom smile.
For the mom with the sweet tooth:
Running to the Kitchen's Triple Chocolate Steel Cut Oatmeal
This delicious dish is quick to prepare and will disappear just as fast! Perfect to deliver to mom for breakfast in bed or a sweet treat all day long! Prep with bananas, cocoa, maple syrup and lots of chocolate. See the full recipe here.
For the mom who loves morning talk shows:
Al Roker's Broccoli, Ham and Cheddar Quiche
Who better to take brunch tips from than the team that knows how to start mornings right? The Today Show's Al Roker shared his quiche recipe and it will have your mouth watering. Mom will sing your praises while asking for seconds of this cheesy, savory pie. You'll need a little extra prep time, but it will be worth it. Find the full recipe here.
For the mom who wishes she was in Paris:
a beautiful Mess' Steel Cut BrûléE oats
Say 'au revoir' to boring mother's day brunch with this crème-brûlée inspired dish. Six ingredients and 25-30 minutes will get you this dish and the caramelized topping will really show mom that you put in the effort this year. Put that brûlée torch that you gifted mom last year to work, we know it is gathering dust in the cabinet right now! Make a double batch and you can enjoy this treat all week. See the full recipe and learn the secret ingredient to this dessert-for-breakfast meal here.
For the mom who is still celebrating cinco De Mayo:
Catching Seeds' tofu Scramble Breakfast Taco
Be a little adventurous this mother's day and try this tofu scramble. These have a little spice and a lot of flavor that will wow mom. New to tofu? Laurel at catchingseeds.com offers some great tips on making your tofu scramble better. Check out the tips and recipe here.