Our Recipe for a Fool-Proof Mother’s Day Brunch

Planning on doing something special for mom this Mother’s Day? Why not skip the busy, overcrowded restaurants and have a lovely homemade brunch instead? We’ve put together a fool-proof plan to help show your gratitude for mom and make her day simply unforgettable.


The drinks.

OJ in Farmer's Garden Jars

Mimosas, anyone? Give a classic brunch cocktail a fun twist by offering different juices to choose from like grapefruit, cranberry, pomegranate and classic OJ. And for those who prefer a jolt of caffeine to start the day, try serving iced coffee in empty Farmer’s Garden mason jars.


The food.

Summer Garden Salad

When you use fresh ingredients, your menu is naturally delicious. Keep it simple with classic deviled eggs and a light summer herb salad made with roasted beets and creamy goat cheese.


Photo credit: Carey at ReclaimingProvincial.com

For the main course, we love Reclaiming Provincial’s recipe for sweet heart-shaped eggs-in-a-basket. Employ little ones to help cut out heart shapes with cookie cutters from slices of bread.


The decor.

Flowers in Farmer's Garden jars

Don’t forget that presentation is everything. Create a polished, yet rustic tablescape by mixing and matching fine china with casual linens, and filling an assortment of empty jars with fresh cut flowers. Our personal favorite? Soothing and sweet-smelling sprigs of lavender.

And lastly, don’t forget personal touches. Whether you’re crafting mom a card out of glitter and construction paper, or writing her a handwritten note, she’ll love the simple gesture.

What else makes the perfect Mother’s Day brunch at home? Let us know in the comments below!


About the Author:

Seventy years ago, pickling pioneer Joseph Vlasic used fresh, locally grown cucumbers, herbs and spices to create unique pickle recipes that have been shared for generations. Today, we’re savoring that same simple concept with our Farmer’s Garden pickles, in a celebration of authentic, flavorful foods.

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