Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis, a social activist who was very involved in the Episcopal Church. Since the first Mother’s Day in 1908, people around the world have dedicated the first Sunday in May to celebrating the one who knows best.
Well, what better way to celebrate than with a special meal.
For the mother who went to every one of your soccer games, rocks the mom jeans, and makes the best brownies in the neighborhood. Cook her this traditional American meal that's as dependable as she is.
If your mom favors flowy kaftans, eclectic jewelry, and spends the majority of her time on her yoga mat, she'll flip for this fusion meal with bold, exotic flavors.
Do you have a few little hands who want to get involved? Empower everyone to contribute with this basic and straightforward brunch.
For the endorphin-loving, thrill seeking, paddle boarding, triathlon completing, marathon running mother, plan a day of outside activities and bring along this packed picnic lunch.
For new mothers, a nice long nap might be the perfect present but if you aren’t able to give the gift of sleep, consider making a few freezer friendly meals to make the sleep deprivation even just a tiny bit easier.
Have a special woman in your life who you hope to make your baby mama? Turn on the baby making playlist and cook her Spaghetti alla Carbonara and Chocolate Truffle Cake.
The definition of motherhood often goes far beyond the person who gave birth to you. Using cellophane bags, wrap up popcorn balls, blueberry, buckwheat and almond granola, or chocotella brownies, and gift them to all the mothers, moms to be, and maternal figures in your life.
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!