Mother’s Day is right around the corner! What’s a better way to thank your super-mom than with a homemade brunch in bed? There’s no need to go out to celebrate your magnificent mama when all she really wants to do is spend the day relaxing in bed. Our friends at Cooking Light have made it easy to make mom a delicious and special brunch at home. View below for our favorite brunch recipes and join us at Whole Foods Market Bowery to celebrate the wonderful women in our lives on Saturday, May 9th, 2015!
This simple Brunch Parfait is great to make with your little chefs. With just 5 ingredients, this recipe comes together in no time! Substitute with mom’s favorite fruits, preserves, and nuts to make it super special and just for her.
This sweet breakfast treat will be a hit with kids and grown-ups alike. Make mom this chocolaty treat this Mother’s Day and serve it with her favorite fruits to round out the meal.
For the mom who has a savory side – this Quick Garden Omelet is the way to go! With meaty mushroom, creamy goat cheese, and nutrient-packed spinach, this omelet is sure to please.
And don’t forget to join us to make Mother’s Day Brunch at Whole Foods Market Bowery on Saturday, May 9th!
Calling all Supermoms (and the kids who love them)! Join us for an interactive Mother’s Day brunch class and get a jump-start on your special day tomorrow. Learn a few easy, elegant recipes; enjoy a hands-on cooking workshop together with your child; and let us help you celebrate YOU!
On the Menu: Chilled Green Goddess Soup with Avocado & Cucumber; Strawberry-Spinach Salad with Gorgonzola & Toasted Pecans; Fluffy Multi-Grain Pancakes with Blueberry-Peach Compote
For more information and to register, visit our calendar.
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