Last minute breakfast in bed ideas for when Dad’s forgotten Mother’s Day
Even the most well meaning Dad has let plans slip for Mother’s Day at one point or another. Don’t leave her disappointed on the day – these easy breakfast ideas will show Mum she’s worth the fuss and get the kids involved at the same time, hitting two birds with one stone. She’ll think you’ve had it planned for months – we won’t tell if you don’t!
For young cooks aged 14-17
The best possible treat. She’ll be wondering who the master chef is with these artisan concoctions.
Serve up pancakes with a twist with Eggs on avocado pancakes, while these Overnight oats take just 10 minutes to prepare. Finish in a flurry with this made-at-home Frothy coffee, the ultimate luxury for the ultimate Mum!
For budding bakers aged 10-13
Treat her to a decadent surprise with this medley of naughty and nice.
Bring the party to the breakfast table with a Breakfast trifle, coupled with Muesli muffins that are sweet on the inside, just like Mum. If she can’t have a milkshake on Mother’s Day, when can she? Serve it up in style with this Banana and chocolate variation.
Beginner's Brekkie for ages 8-10
Impress her with the quality of their skills with this beginner's brekkie bonanza.
Take her to Paris without leaving the house with a Croissant with scrambled eggs. She’ll love their smooth moves with this Blueberry muffin smoothie, while you can show she's a star with this Superstar fruity flower bouquet.
No-cook treats for ages 5-8
Good things come in small packages – she’ll love the thought that goes into these treats from the little ones.
Show her you know how she likes her favourite cereal with Mum's muesli and give her a zingy start to the day with a Raspberry & orange juice. Finally, satisfy her sweet tooth with this dessert turned breakfast recipe, Eton mess waffles.