Mother’s Day Brunch


Mother’s Day is the perfect time to treat mom to a morning off in the kitchen. This Sunday, show her how much you appreciate everything she does by cooking a delicious homemade brunch that makes her feel like a queen! Start her special day by letting her sleep in, then surprise her with a breakfast tray complete with a vase of fresh flowers and a hand written love note.


For a main dish worthy of the occasion, serve mom this easy-to-make recipe for Tuscan Tomato Eggs. It’s an elegant preparation of fresh sautéed tomatoes and onion, with sunny-side-up eggs, sliced bacon (*optional), and cheese, topped with a chiffonade of fresh basil leaves. Add a side of toast, a fruit cup, and a glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice, and she’ll think you slaved all morning.


The best part? You don’t have to be a gourmet cook to make this gourmet dish. Simply follow the step-by-step directions in this three-minute video from Season 2 of the Cooking Guru recipe series, and watch as I lead you through the process from pan to plate. You’ll impress mom like a pro!

One last very important tip: don’t forget to clean up the kitchen when you’re through. You’ll make her whole day. Guaranteed.

Click here for the written recipe:   tuscan-tomato-egg-skillet

Categories: "How To" tips, Breakfast/BrunchTags: , , , , , , , ,


  1. This looks delicious! What a perfect recipe to prepare for Mother’s Day. It is very impressive and like you said “easy to make”!

  2. This looks SO good Karen! I love your tip at the end: clean up the kitchen. Very important!!!

  3. PS – wasn’t able to open the recipe download.

  4. I would love this brunch Karen. Great recipes.

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