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Sweet & Savory Baked Goods for an Extra Special Mother’s Day

Sweet & Savory Baked Goods for an Extra Special Mother’s Day

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Tell Mom she is treasured by baking up these delicious treats

The Daily Meal

Get ready for a delicious Mother’s Day with a batch of cheddar, bacon, and scallion corn bread.

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, we have some fresh baking ideas to make this spring holiday extra sweet and savory. Each year, kids (with the guidance of older family members) can learn about the fun in baking something special for Mom. Baking for Mom with other family members reinforces quality time in the kitchen, and might even lead to more quality time around the table.

Pastry chef Jenny McCoy and the Culinary Team at Country Crock® whipped up a few sweet and savory desserts to easily make and serve this Mother’s Day. After all, Mom is the sweetest person you know — doesn’t she deserve to start her special day with something beautifully baked?

Cheddar, Bacon, and Scallion Cornbread

Perhaps Mom’s sweet tooth errs on the more savory side. As Jenny McCoy mentions in the video above, this recipe will surely satisfy her cravings with a fluffy baked batter surrounding salty ingredients like chopped bacon and gooey cheese.

You will love this elegant and airy dessert. Loaded with fresh blueberries and topped with a zesty lemon-sugar glaze, it’s sure to be a springtime treat for everyone.

Banana-Walnut Coffee Cake

Mom will savor every bite of this sweet and satisfying breakfast treat. Be sure to brew a cup of Mom’s favorite coffee (or tea) as a nice complement to this nutty and delicious baked good.

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15+ Mother’s Day Recipes

Happy Mother’s Day weekend to every kind of mother. Strong mamas, women on the journey to be moms, mothers to be, mamas to babies, mamas to pets, mothers who never held their babies, mothers to angel babies, and every type of mother in between. This weekend we celebrate, remember, and embrace each other. Here are 15 Mother’s Day recipes to show mom how special she is, even if that mom is you. ♥

Our Best Mother's Day Cake Recipes

There’s no better way to tell Mom she’s sweet than to bake her one of these pretty cakes. From classics like carrot cake and hummingbird cake to swirled pound cake and Bundts drizzled with icing, these recipes are sure to make her day extra special.

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Carrot Cake with Spiced Cream Cheese Frosting

Molly's carrot cake is the perfect spring dessert. She uses hawaij, a cardamom-forward Yemeni spice blend, to add warm, spicy flavors to both the cake and the frosting in this recipe (you can even sprinkled it in coffee!). If you can't find any at your grocery store, make a substitute: Mix together 1 tablespoon ground ginger, 1 tablespoon ground cardamom, 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg, 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves and 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon.

Victorian Rose Geranium Cake

Anne&rsquos recipe calls for a specialty ingredient (rose geranium leaves) because they&rsquore perfect for infusing flavor into sugar and baked goods. If you can&rsquot find them at your farmer&rsquos market or specialty store you can add a few drops of rosewater to your cake batter instead. Or, omit the floral flavor altogether &mdash the cake will still be delicious.

Strawberries and Wine Flower Cheesecake

Put this beautiful, no-bake cheesecake out and Mom might just think you're a professional baker! We used sliced strawberries and mandarin oranges to create the flower on top, but you can use other fruit to create your own design. Just make sure to avoid pineapple, kiwi, papaya, mango and guava, which all contain an enzyme that will prevent the gelatin from setting properly.

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

This classic Southern cake is really simple to make. Damaris reserves a little bit of the pineapple juice to use in the cake itself, which really brings out the flavor.

Tea Cake

Just like a mug cake (but prettier) this tea-infused treat comes together easily with the help of a microwave-safe teacup. After the cake cools, a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon will make it look just like a tea latte from Mom&rsquos favorite cafe!

Chocolate Chevron Cake

Ina&rsquos chocolatey cake is both elegant and rich. To spend more time with Mom on the holiday, bake the cake in advance, then wrap and refrigerate it until Mother&rsquos Day. Once the cake is frosted, it can be left at room temperature for up to eight hours.

Hummingbird Cake

If Mom loves banana bread, she&rsquoll adore Kardea&rsquos take on Hummingbird Cake. Mashed banana is combined with crushed pineapple, coconut flakes, toasted pecans and warm baking spices for a tender, sweet cake reminiscent of her favorite quick bread. Finish with a rich buttermilk frosting and dried fruit for a presentation worthy of Mom's special day.

Flowerpot Cake

Believe it or not, you can make this show-stopping cake for Mom in just 2 hours, thanks to boxed cake mix, store-bought frosting and real flowers. Just be sure the ones you purchase are clearly labeled &lsquoedible&rsquo so that they&rsquore safe to include on top of your cake.

Raspberry-Swirl Pound Cake

An eye-catching treat that's easy to prepare, this raspberry-swirl pound cake yields 8-10 slices &mdash enough to feed everyone and have a few slices left over for the next day.

Almond Honeycomb Cake

This melt-in-your-mouth cake is soaked with the flavors of wildflower honey, citrus and cardamom before getting a finishing touch of glossy honey glaze &mdash just like a real honeycomb!

Sprinkles Cake

Make a bright, cheerful dessert with Molly&rsquos easy recipe. All you need are a few baking staples and some colorful sprinkles. Best of all, this recipe can be used to make a 3-layer cake or cupcakes &mdash whichever mom likes more!

Double Chocolate Red Wine Bundt

Red wine does double duty in Giada&rsquos decadent dessert. The wine gets mixed into the cake batter for flavor and whisked with powdered sugar to make a pretty-in-pink glaze.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake

This is not your average mall-bought giant cookie cake. Molly uses a mix of almond and hazelnut flours as the base &mdash a touch of almond extract really makes the nutty flavors shine. Top it all of with gorgeous buttercream frosting for a dessert that Mom will love.

Marmalade Cake

This ultra-moist cake is spiked with double orange flavor &mdash the batter is made with orange marmalade and the warm cake is drizzled with orange syrup.

Spice Cake with Lemon Sauce

Trisha&rsquos tender Bundt cake is perfect when you need a make-ahead dessert. She says, &ldquoThis is absolutely something you can make a day ahead and it will be great the next day.&rdquo

Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

Birthdays are nice because you get a whole day where your friends and family send you greetings, give you gifts, and are especially nice to you for the day. Well, when you’re a mother or father, you get another day in the year just like that! As a mom, Mother’s Day is a fun holiday. Our children/spouses are often willing to go above and beyond to make us feel extra special that day. My two kiddos usually tell me not to leave my bedroom in the morning. It’s supposed to be a surprise, but I know they plan to make me breakfast…I can hear the cabinets and drawers banging and pots and pans clanging as they attempt to locate all of the tools and ingredients needed to cook me a delicious meal.

And I get to lie in bed and read or catch up on my Netflix queue…ah, if only there were more days in the year like this!

Each year I’ve been served something delicious. It’s usually french toast with fresh fruit, as it’s one of my favorites and not too difficult to recreate, but I’ve also gotten loco moco, a popular breakfast/lunch in Hawaii, pancakes (simple and classic), or another favorite—sausage, eggs, and hash browns.

This Sausage and Veggie Frittata is a take on that combo, where sausage is sautéed with potatoes and veggies and then baked in beaten eggs. It creates a delicious quiche-like casserole that can be easily sliced and served. It’s just a matter of cooking everything up and then adding the egg mixture…not very difficult at all and it’s made in one pan too, meaning less mess, which is always a good thing!

Because these dishes are fairly simple, it means it leaves more time to do what’s really important—spend time with our family.

My husband and I are several states away from our parents, so unfortunately we usually don’t get to see them on these holidays. If you live near your family, I urge you to cherish this time with them. It’s something we can often take for granted until the opportunity is gone. Our relationships with our family and friends are truly what makes life so sweet.❤️

Oven-baked Cedar Plank Sockeye Salmon with Hazelnut Vinaigrette fillets are easy to prepare and one of the most flavorful methods of cooking salmon. The sweet woodsy flavor of the cedar plank infuses each tender bite of salmon. A luxurious hazelnut vinaigrette is spooned over the fillets adding a unique flavor-burst. Every brunch needs a main course, and this salmon dish is not only easy to make, but it is classy. It makes a great addition to your Mother&rsquos day brunch recipes.

25 Fresh Mother’s Day Recipes

Mother’s Day snuck up on me this year! I’ve rounded up my favorite spring-y recipes for the last-minute people like me. Let’s celebrate our loving mamas with home-cooked meals all weekend long.

If you’re looking for a way to connect virtually this weekend, I have an idea for you. Maybe you could schedule a virtual baking session together? My muffin recipes, for example, are simple enough to make while you’re chatting. They’re all stirred together by hand, so you won’t be interrupted by any loud mixers. I’d make the blueberry muffins! (If you’re out of regular flour, homemade oat flour is a viable alternative.)

Below, you’ll find fresh, vegetarian recipes organized by category—from savory and sweet brunch options, to salads and sides, main dishes and desserts. For even more options, you could peruse my spring brunch roundup. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

So many people choose to show Mom just how much they love her by preparing breakfast in bed. If that's not her (or your) jam, serve her a glorious Mother's Day brunch instead. The recipes here are sure to get Mother's Day off to a delicious start, no matter how she likes to celebrate. Some of our recipes are just right for serving on a pretty tray in bed, but the more elaborate entrées are better-suited to a family brunch enjoyed around the table. Whatever you do, don't forget the fresh-brewed coffee or a pot of tea.

What could be a better breakfast for Mom than a delicious stack of our test kitchen's tried-and-true fluffy buttermilk pancakes, pictured here? Follow our step-by-step guide, then serve them with whipped cream, strawberries, and maple syrup&mdashit's like having strawberry shortcake for breakfast!

If Mom's taste runs more to the savory than the sweet, our stunning Roasted Radish Tart is just the thing to make. Consider it the most elegant quiche ever. And if you know you'll be short on time or you plan to bringing breakfast to Mom, baked French Toast is just the thing to whip up. This make-ahead wonder recipe can be assembled the night before and baked in the morning. Does Mom prefer tropical flavors? Choose the most colorful and ripest fruits available at your local market and make our coconut-pistachio crunch, a sweet, gluten-free take on granola to pair with the fruit salad. The crunch is made ahead so all that's left to do on Mother's Day morning is prep the fruits and arrange them beautifully.

Whether she prefers sweet or savory, here you'll find our most delectable recipes for breakfast in bed or a Mother's Day brunch. Treat Mom in style and don't forget to tell her how much you love her.

Mother's Day Breakfast and Brunch Recipes

Treat Mom on her special day with a delicious morning meal.

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Lemon Pudding Cake with Berries

Whether you&rsquore letting her sleep late and making a showstopping brunch or bringing her breakfast in bed, there&rsquos no doubt mom will appreciate taking the morning off. That&rsquos why we&rsquove rounded up all the recipes you&rsquoll need to plan the perfect meal. Since it&rsquos a special day, we suggest starting adding a sweet treat that borders on dessert, like these individual lemon pudding cakes, topped with fresh berries.

Raspberry Sunrise Mimosa

This beautiful drink is the perfect fancy treat for Mother's Day. Extra points for serving it to her in bed.

Blueberry Pancakes

Trisha's brunch-perfect pancakes are made with sour cream, lemon zest and blueberries (fresh or frozen berries will work just fine).

Sweet and Savory – Perfect for Mother’s Day or Anytime

Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so do something special for the mom’s in your life. How about hosting a brunch? When celebrating you want things to be delicious, impressive, and tasty. Believe me, when I say not only do these amazing pastry recipes deliver, they are quick and easy too!

So, take your pick from among these sweet or savory pastries, or even go with a combination. Everyone will love your brunch.

Sweet Pastry Recipes

Chocolate Croissants in 20 minutes from Kat and Melinda @ Home Made Interest

A flaky golden outside and a melted chocolate inside make this easy Chocolate Croissant recipe one of my favorites!”

30 Minute Orange Knots from Amy @ Little Dairy On The Prairie

30 Minute Orange Knotts – semi-homemade orange rolls are a favorite no fuss morning pastry that always impresses guests! They are pretty, bursting with orange flavor, and quick!”

Puff Pastry Nutella Apple Roses from Kathleen @ Hapa Nom Nom

Super flaky puff pastry, rich and creamy Nutella, and sweet apples rolled into beautiful rose-shapes. They’re deceptively easy to make and totally delicious!”

Lemon Blackberry Mini Tarts from Marion @ Life Tastes Good

Lemon Blackberry Mini Tarts make an impressive dessert perfect for special occasions, such as Mother’s Day. The cutest little pastry puff encases my incredibly easy-to-make Luscious Lemon Curd topped off with a sweet and juicy blackberry.”

You don’t have to wait for a party to make these puff pastry cream horns. They are easy and super impressive.”

Lemon Chiffon Roulade from Shirl @ Baker Sweet Maker

…I made a home-y version of Lemon Chiffon Roulade. Made with a filling of Lemon Mascarpone Mousse and served with a mix of berries, it makes a great combination for Mother’s Day, but also for anytime.”

Raspberry Almond Scones from Maria and Josh @ Two Peas & Their Pod

Raspberry Almond Scones – a sweet treat for breakfast, brunch, or any time of the day!”

French Apricot Tart Recipe from Tina @ Fusion Craftiness

French tart dough is a great start to building those skills and that is why I love French tarts! I even succeeded on the first try!”

Savory Pastry Recipes

Mini Puff Pastry Quiche from Georgia @ The Comfort Of Cooking

Bake a batch of mini puff pastry quiche for Mother’s Day, or for a special spring brunch any weekend!”

Mashed Potato Puff Pastry Braid from Manali @ Cook With Manali

Wow your guests at your next party with this easy Mashed Potato Puff Pastry Braid! Super easy to make with minimal ingredients and prep time but high on flavor!”

Easy Asparagus Tart from Erin @ Well Plated

One of my favorite writers describes the wait for spring as, ‘waiting for asparagus.’ I’d like to update her portrayal to, ‘waiting for Easy Asparagus Tart.'”

Puff pastry makes this Ham and Cheese Quiche so easy! No dough to prep, just press into the pan, fill and bake — perfect for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or any holiday brunch!”

I hope you have enjoyed this pastry recipes roundup and found some inspiration for hosting your own celebration. But remember, these pastries are not just for special occasions, they are for anytime!

If you like these recipes, you may also try this Easy Creme Brulee Recipe!

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And of course you have to wash down all those scrumptious treats with pretty cocktail to cheers to mom! I love these Mother’s Day Brunch recipes for all the best spring drinks:

Aperol spritzes are perfect for toasting to mom. Made with just 3 ingredients, this Italian drink is the perfect bright and bubbly way to ring in Mother’s Day.


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