Everyone knows that some of the best gifts, are the ones you make for someone rather than buy for someone. That’s because homemade gifts show that you took the time not only to make it but to consider if the person receiving it will love it. When it comes to Mother’s Day, instead of heading to the store and buying a gift, make her a meal she will never forget. All you need is some good recipes, and a little love and you’ve got yourself a great Mother’s Day meals.
Skip the store and make mom Mother’s Day meals she will love.
Blueberry Pancakes | Debra Ponzek
Strawberry Basil Bruschetta | Jo Cooks
30 Minute Orange Twists | Little Dairy on The Prairie
Raspberry Earl Grey Cake | The Cake Blog
Smoked Salmon Asparagus Quinoa Cake Eggs Benedict | Closet Cooking
Caprese Balsamic Chicken | Yummy Healthy Easy
Strawberry Cheesecake Strawberry Bites | The Kitchen is My Playground
Raspberry Almond Scones | Two Peas & Their Pod
Berry Yogurt Parfaits | DebraPonzek
Meringue Roses | Shugary Sweets
Red Velvet Mug Cakes | The Big Man’s World
Cinnamon-Walnut Quick Bread | Debra Ponzek
Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese Tarts | Many Kitchens
Lemon Rolls | Love From The Oven
Sweet Soft Cherry Bread with Cherry-Almond Glaze | Averie Cooks
Coconut Eton Mess Cake with Whipped Ricotta Cream | Half Baked Harvest
French Toast Sausage Roll-Ups | Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice
Strawberry Cheesecake Mousse | Baked by an Introvert
Best Pie Crust | Debra Ponzek
Banana Cream Pie Breakfast Parfaits | Lydi Out Loud
Nutella and Bacon Stuffed French Toast | Domesticate Me
Apple Coffee Cake Muffins | Spoonful of Flavor
Avocado Toast with Eggs & Sriracha | Alaska From Scratch
Farfalle Pasta with Zucchini and Clams | Debra Ponzek
Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Mushrooms | The Busy Baker
I purchased your Summer House Cookbook. The “simply spectacular” scone recipe calls for 2.5 teaspoons baking soda. Should it be baking powder?
The correct ingredients are 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon soda. So sorry!