Experiences are the new flowers.
Mother’s Day gifts have changed in the last decade. Hyacinths? Try a day of hiking instead. Exotic bubble baths? Maybe take her sailing.
Here’s what I’ve learned over the years. My mom would rather “do” things than “receive” things. We’ve gone to amusement parks, beaches and spas! While it’s always been fun and most certainly exciting, it’s exhausting! Still, I’m taking my own advice on Sunday and making the day more relaxing; we are opting for a peaceful yoga class and a delicious home-cooked meal!
Tip: These count as experiences, especially if you clean the dishes after. Here are seven Mother’s Day recipe ideas — both for brunch and dinner.
Here’s a quick and easy dish you can make the night before. Just pop in the oven and join Mom for the ultimate Mother’s Day Eve TV marathon.
Frittatas can handle just about anything. Even Mom.
Spruce up the usual morning beverage with some calming lavender. Mom needs to relax!
This isn’t just a fancy pasta dish, it’s a delicious one too. Impress mom with your culinary skills.
What part of this headline doesn’t spell amazing? This recipe is perfect for the moms who like a little spice in their life.
A classic. Don’t forget the mashed potatoes.
Hello? This is Mother’s Day on a platter.
Have fun with the mom in your life this Sunday!