It’s Mother’s Day on Sunday, and I’ve decided to put together a couple of delicious recipes, for the day. Scroll through and take your pick (click on the recipe titles to view the full recipe).
These dainty little breakfast cups are perfect to surprise your mom on Sunday morning. They are super easy to make, but make sure you separate the egg white from the egg yolk and pop the yolk in 2 minutes before taking out the oven, this ensures that you egg is deliciously runny.
Sunday brunch in my family is a big occasion. After sleeping in, we visit our local bakery (Fournos) and splurge on the most delicious goodies; from freshly baked bagels and rolls, to smoked fish, marinated veggies and healthy salads. We also make our own fruit juice. The whole family can get involved to make your mom’s day super special.
The great thing about Sunday brunches is that not much cooking needs to be done, just a lot of eating. One choice you do have to make is if you are going the fish or meat route, you can do both but I’m not the biggest fan of surf ‘n turf.
Prawn braai’s are the best, if you know how to cook them that is! So many people overdo prawns and they become mushy and gross. BUT, if you follow this recipe your prawns will be cooked to perfection. Always remember to keep a warm dish ready to keep all your cooked ingredients in.
This is the ultimate meal for a great Mother’s Day lunch.
I love making homemdae ice tea, it’s so damn easy to make and it tastes so much better than store bought ones. You can use just about any flavours.
There is nothing like a delicious pavlova to end your day on a good note. You can be as creative as you’d like with this one.
If you’re looking for a healthier dessert, this is recipe is right up your ally. Instead of using tennis biscuits you can use gluten-free ones.