This beautiful tart is a wonderful way to start Mom's special day. The grapefruit slices will brighten her morning like rays of sunshine. For an added touch, serve with bagels, lox, and cream cheese. Perfect for entertaining guests!
These are simple to make, but very impressive. You'll want to make this recipe a family brunch staple!
Bake biscuits like Mom use to make. These warm and flaky treats are delicious alone, and even better when drizzled with honey and butter. Be sure to get the kids involved; kneading dough is a fun task for tiny hands.
Let the kids help layer these healthy parfaits into pretty cups. Assemble them the night before so you can surprise Mom with breakfast in bed as soon as she wakes up.
Need to pull together breakfast in a flash? These simple fruit skewers live up to their name while still packing a healthy vitamin punch.
You can't go wrong with this classic combo of fruit, nuts, and chocolate. These pancakes will have everyone asking for seconds, so keep a second batch warm in the oven while Mom devours the first.
This crowd-pleasing breakfast strata is a fantastic, make-ahead main dish for a festive brunch. Assemble it the night before and bake it in the morning. Plus, it's a smart way use up leftovers -- get creative and sub in ham, broccoli, or whatever else you have in the fridge.
This gorgeous soup lets you know that spring has sprung, and its straightforward recipe makes it perfect for entertaining. Prepare the soup base ahead of time, then simply reheat the next day and top it off with heavy cream & potato flakes.
The veggies in this yummy pasta salad will give Dad a chance to show off his skills at the grill.
Celebrate Mom with this decadent treat. We think Mother's Day is the ideal excuse to indulge in chocolate for breakfast, don't you?
Instead of serving orange juice as a brunch beverage, use it as an unexpected ingredient in this refreshingly zesty dessert.
Let Mom rest and drink this creamy, velvety smoothie while you clean up the dishes. It's a decadent yet healthy reward for all that she does.
Break out the bacon! This dish offers the perfect combination of savory and sweet.
With just a bit of help from Dad, your kids can create this showstopping striped dessert.
Sweet pomegranate ice cubes add extra flavor to homemade lemonade as they melt into this refreshing (and color changing!) drink.
Let the little ones take the reins. This no-cook pudding is so easy, it can be completely kid-made. (Just be sure to assemble it the night before!)
Give grapefruit an island spin! Mom will never believe something so delicious was this simple to make.