The Way to Mom's Heart: 4 Recipes to Make for Her on Mother's Day

Let your mom really enjoy her day by making her a meal. Whether you surprise her with breakfast or bake her favorite dessert, she'll always remember the love and care you put into the dish to make her feel extra special on Mother's Day. Bonus points if you throw in some handy kitchen gadgets she'll use for years to come.

Red velvet cupcakes with white frosting and a raspberry

Rachael's Cheese Souffle Frittata with Prosciutto and Arugula and Garlic Bread English Muffins

Start the day off right by surprising her with breakfast in bed or brunch with the whole family. You won't even have to wake up extra early to prepare this tasty dish; it's simple to prep and bakes in 25 minutes. (Rachael says this dish is good any time of day, even for lunch or dinner!) That way you can give your mom the gift she really wants—quality time with those she loves most.

Hint: Make sure you've got a sturdy whisk and spatula to whip up this recipe.

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Rachael's Chipotle Chicken Cobb with Avocado Goddess-Ranch

Make use of fresh spring vegetables with a lunch that's colorful and delicious. You'll have plenty of opportunities to show off your cooking skills by taking this dish up a notch with homemade barbecue sauce and avocado ranch. The recipe takes about 45 minutes to whip up, so you'll have plenty of extra time to sit back and relax with your mama.

Rach's cooking tip: When grilling the chicken, make sure to put the seasoned side down first so you can season the other side before you flip it.

Rachael's Spanish Shrimp Scampi and Pimento Rice with Peas

Get the whole family to make a meal together—and make some fun memories while you're at it—for Mother's Day. Classic shrimp scampi with some Spanish flair, this dish infuses your weekend dinner with bold, fresh flavor. Serve it in some cute patterned bowls for a pretty tabletop display.

Rach's cooking tip: Rachael cooks her rice with stock instead of water to pump up the flavor.

Red Velvet with White Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting

Don't forget dessert! Finish the day on a sweet note with a tasty treat from Rachael's sister, Maria. These little cupcakes are as fun to make as they are to eat. You can even prep the frosting and bake the cupcakes the night before—just assemble the day of for freshness. Baking is a fun activity to do together while you celebrate the amazing moms in your life.

Tip: Separate your wet and dry ingredients easily with a multi-size mixing bowl set.

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