I’m not a fan of tackling the restaurant crowd for Mother’s Day. This year, that’s not even a choice where I live 🙁 For me, the goal is to spend some quality time with my mother, not the kitchen. I prefer a home-based, low key, low fuss celebration with a few easy brunch recipes.
We usually keep it simple with bagels and smoked salmon (lox) or blintzes with berry sauce. And throw in an extra treat or two from one of the recipes below. Don’t forget the flowers!
For 25 years, my mother and I lived in different cities. We are now reunited in Toronto and I am so grateful she’s still around to celebrate at 93.
All these easy brunch recipes for Mother’s Day are vegetarian and can be made ahead in whole or in part. Many take less than 30 minutes to make.
Happy Mother’s Day from Two Kooks to all the moms out there! Wishing you a wonderful day.
Easy Naan Recipe
You will be hard pressed to go back to eating store bought Naan bread after making this easy Naan recipe. With 4 basic ingredients and no special equipment, treat yourself to a delicious, versatile soft chewy bread for dipping, scooping or filling.
A toasted English muffin slathered in butter and jam is one of life's little pleasures. You'll be happy to know that perfect homemade English muffins are easy to make with good instructions and no special equipment.
The essence of a breakfast strata is eggs, milk, cheese and bread. The personality comes from great fillings - choose the ones you like. Assemble the night before. Pop the casserole in the oven the next day for a great comfort food dish.
This vegetable strudel recipe wraps a savory medley of sweet potatoes, onion, peppers, apple, spinach & goat cheese in a flaky buttery puff pastry. It's a wonderful make-ahead main or side dish for a special occasion. And easy with a great shortcut.
Sinfully delicious and only 10 minutes of hands-on time (with a shortcut), these easy cinnamon buns are a huge treat for any occasion. Make them the night before and pop them in the oven for a decadent breakfast the next day.(add 90 minutes or overnight rise time for dough)