We've broken this down into three main categories. You could...
Cook her a treat:
This decadent strawberry chocolate mousse is perfect for a mother's day dessert, and it's low(er) calorie:
These gluten free brownie bites are a delicious treat for a mother who can't eat wheat but still loves a gooey carb-tastic treat:
This gorgeous trifle is perfect for brunch or dinner, and bonus...it can be made with gluten free cake mix! Imagine her face when she realizes that it's gluten free and she can actually eat it:
Or bring her breakfast in bed:
This homemade vanilla-raspberry coffee syrup would be so cute packaged in a little bottle and served with her Mother's Day coffee:
A toasted almond and blueberry oatmeal bake is the perfect treat to make ahead the night before, and easy to bring to a brunch:
Or if your mother is more of a lemon person, this lemon poppyseed oatmeal bake will be sure to wake her up on Mother's Day morning:
And don't forget a gift!
A "miss pink" necklace in any color would be sure to make her smile:
Super simple feather earrings would look perfect on her all summer:
An easy summer scarf refashion would be a kid-friendly craft:
A crocheted loopy flower in a bright, fun color would make an adorable hair clip or pin:
If you're really feeling brave, you could sew a maxi skirt...easier then it looks, even a beginning sewer can do it! And she's sure to appreciate a piece of trendy, handmade clothing:
There you go! Hopefully all you mothers and all the mothers you know have an amazing Mother's Day! Lord knows that being a mother is one of the hardest jobs in the world, and every mother should feel like a queen on this special day.
Hilary and Jessica
(both proud Moms!)