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This effervescent, nonalcoholic mocktail refresher offers the perfect balan...
This effervescent, nonalcoholic mocktail refresher offers the perfect balance of floral, tangy, and sweet flavors. If you’d like to turn it into a tipple, try adding a splash of gin or vodka. While we call for dried lavender, if you have access to fresh, steep a few sprigs of it in place of the dried herb—and garnish each drink with a fresh sprig, too, for a lovely, fragrant touch. You can make the syrup and cucumber-lime mixture up to a day ahead; stir in club soda just before serving.
Mother’s Day Recipes to Celebrate the Moms in Your Life
Many of us have such memories of our mothers that we keep close. Whether you have one mother or many mother figures in your life, Mother’s Day is a wonderful time to shower them with love. What better way to do this than with a thoughtful home-cooked meal for two?
The meals that we create to celebrate Mother’s Day are as unique as our families. If the mom in your life enjoys breakfast foods, you can try making her a delicious brunch spread. Maybe your family prefers to sit down and share a simple yet filling dinner. Perhaps your mom’s love language is dessert. Whatever time of day you choose to share your meal, we have the recipes to ensure this Mother’s Day is a special one.
Bellesen, Rachel. Ricotta and Jam Toast. April, 2021.
24 Mother’s Day Recipes to Celebrate Momby Trish James // May 9, 2019
Looking for the perfect dish to celebrate mom this Mother’s Day? Here are 24 ideas for breakfast-in-bed, brunch, lunch, dinner or dessert to show her how special she is!
Public service announcement: Mother’s Day is coming up. If you haven’t already, pick up a card and gift, grab some flowers and plan to make mom one of these recipes to celebrate her this Mother’s Day!
I recently heard great advice on how to pick the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, “check out your mom’s Pinterest boards or what she’s been posting on Facebook and Instagram – then go purchase something from there.” I love this advice. Not only is it a great idea to help find the perfect gift, it shows her that you are paying attention and you care.
Once a gift is decided on, the next step is to plan out a stellar meal for the big day. Breakfast-in-bed? A nice brunch? Late afternoon lunch and tea? Fantastic dinner? We’re here to help!
To some families, Mother’s Day means serving breakfast in bed to that extraordinary person who loves, nurtures, drives the kids to piano lessons and little league, helps them with their homework and tucks them in at night. And that’s just for starters! Letting your kids help prepare a special breakfast for that special person can be a fun and exciting way for them to say, “Thanks, Mom!”
We gathered 24 of our favorite recipes – the most popular picks from our community, most pinned and most shared – in other words, any of these will be a sure hit for a Mother’s Day celebration.
Celebrate! 15 Mother’s Day Seafood Brunch Recipes
Give your mom a break in the kitchen this Mother’s Day! Celebrate and show love to mom by cooking her the best seafood brunch she has ever had! Include some of these yummy seafood brunch bites on your Mother’s Day Brunch Menu.
From smoked salmon to crab, shrimp and everything in between, these 15 recipes will help bring all kinds of variety and deliciousness to the table without breaking a sweat!
- Turmeric Salmon Oat Cakes, byMaggie Michalczyk Chicago-based Dietitian and Recipe Developer at Once Upon a Pumpkin.
Take your salmon cakes to another level with more fiber and more spice!
2. Smoked Trout Polenta Bites, Kara Lydon, RDN, Non-Diet Dietitian at Kara Lydon Nutrition.
Start the party off right with these gorgeous and fun bites!
3. Shrimp Salsa Salad by CenSea.
What’s not to love about shrimp? Throw all your ingredients in a jar for an easy, creative idea.
All the flavors in this dish will keep you coming back for more! Add a healthy twist to your eggs benedict.
5. Spicy Southwest Sardine Bites by Lauren Pincus, RDN, of Nutrition Starring You.
The spice of the jalapeno and creaminess of the avocado are the perfect match for sardines.
Tender salmon is paired with crunchy cucumbers and radishes in a zesty citrus marinade to make a ceviche that is easy to prepare and looks gourmet!
The light cheese mix gently binds the flavorful crab and rice, creating a textured stuffing that perfectly caps off this mushroom.
8. Smoked Salmon and Avocado Toast by Jasmin Foster, RD, LD, Food Photographer, and Recipe Developer at Mash and Spread.
Avocado and smoked salmon on a slice of bread? A dream come true.
9. Alaska Crab Mac and Cheese by Alaska Seafood.
Mac and Cheese is always a brunch must, especially with crab involved.
10.Sweet and Sour Scallop Kabobs by Jenny Shea Rawn, MS, MPH, RD, Dietitian and Blogger at JennySheaRawn.com.
These kabobs feature succulent sea scallops and are super easy to make.
11. Smoked Salmon and Kale Frittata by Kaleigh McMordie, MCN, RDN of Lively Table.
What’s a brunch without eggs? This wonderful spring dish will add some flavor to your table.
12. Pecan Crusted Mackeral by Created By Chef Kelly Armetta, Hyatt Regency Boston.
This is super delicious, giving you a sweet and savory crunch in each bite.
13. Smoked Salmon Panzenella by Mallory Ubbelohde, Recipe Developer at MalloryRDN.com.
Panzanella is an Italian bread salad, jazz it up with some salmon!
14. Cheesy Tuna Kale Cups by Mia Syn, Dietitian at Nutrition By Mia.
Cheesy means yummy. These tuna kale cups are super nutrient-dense and will be an awesome menu addition!
Shrimp on your flatbread? Heck yea. This might just be the crowd pleaser.
A truly simple lemony spring tart to celebrate Mother’s Day. You can bake the tart a day ahead of time. Serve topped with strawberry slices and a dusting of confectioners’ sugar. You’ll need an 8 x 8 x 2 inch tart pan with a removable bottom.
- 1 cup flour
- ¼ cup confectioners’ sugar
- ½ cup butter, softened and cut into small pieces
- 2 eggs
- ¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 1/2 tablespoons grated lemon zest
- 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
- 1 to 2 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar
- Fresh strawberries, cut into slices or your favorite berry
- Make the crust: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Set aside the tart pan with a removable bottom.
- The kids can help with this step: In a medium bowl, mix the flour and the confectioners’ sugar. Add the butter and, using your hands or a pastry cutter, mix well until the butter breaks down and is the size of peas. Press the crust into the tart pan (it will appear dry and crumbly which is fine) with your hands, building up a 1/2-inch edge up the sides. Bake on the middle shelf for 20 minutes.
- Let the kids help mix the batter: Meanwhile, in a large bowl, beat the eggs with a whisk or electric mixer. Add the sugar, baking powder, salt, lemon zest and lemon juice and beat until light and fluffy, about 5 minutes.
- Pour the mixture into the hot crust and bake for another 25 minutes. If the tart starts to brown, cover it loosely with a piece of aluminum foil. The tart is done when no indentations appear when lightly touched in the center. Remove the tart and cool. Just before serving, let the kids sift confectioners’ sugar on top of the cooled tart and surround with the strawberry slices.
11 Ways To Host A Thoughtful Virtual Mother's Day Celebration
Mother's Day falls on May 9 this year, and like most things have recently, your celebration might look different than it has in the past due to the ongoing pandemic. No worries, though, because there are still quite a few ways to make the day special even if you can't spend it with your mom in person. Consider this your guide to the ultimate virtual Mother's Day celebration that will make her day and is just as meaningful as your usual traditions.
Need Mother's Day gift ideas? We got you.
You can easily buy her flowers that will get delivered straight to her door. Nothing brightens up a room like a new bouquet.
There's no love language quite like snail mail.
Buy her the ingredients to have a boozy brunch at home.
After all, baking is a labor of love.
If you coordinate for everyone on the virtual call to have the same bottles in front of them, you can create a shared experience through the screen.
You can follow along online with your favorite Bob Ross episode, or try a specialized service that hosts online painting tutorials.
Put all of your favorite memories with her in one place. If you have siblings, it can be a group effort.
Order takeout from her favorite restaurant or drop off a fancy bottle of wine so she can spent a romantic night at home.
Drop off some craft supplies so you can do a craft together via Zoom, and get the grandkids involved for good measure.
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