• Cucumber Pasta Salad Mother's Day Recipe
Dill Pickle Coleslaw with Litehouse Coleslaw Dressing Recipe

Take your coleslaw up a notch with the addition of dill pickles! This easy salad recipe can be made in under 5 minutes. Each bite is crunchy, creamy and tangy with perfect pickle flavor. Enjoy on its own as a side or serve on top of hamburgers and hot dogs at your next summer BBQ.

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  • Avocado Toast for Mother's Day
Avocado Toast with Hard Boiled Eggs & Avocado Cilantro Dressing Recipe

We’re looking to start brunch off right for mom’s special day and we’re thinking sharable. Double or triple this recipe to share with the whole family. Avocado toast has been extremely popular as a light and easy breakfast that can be prepared in a variety of ways. To add to that, it is a perfect recipe for children to be able to assist with, making it a win win for time spent in the kitchen.

Strawberry Ginger Cooler Recipe

We’ve found this one to be a hit even if Mom still has coffee in hand. This drink delivers something a little sweet and a little ‘5 o’clock somewhere’. Unlike a freezing cold strawberry margarita, this light and refreshing drink brings the full strawberry lime flavor without a cold headache. Just skip the rum, and the kids can join too.

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  • Breakfast Salad for Mother
Breakfast Salad with Pomegranate Blueberry Vinaigrette Recipe

What goes better with toast than bacon and eggs? We’re keeping it light with this amazing bacon and egg salad. This can be prepared in individual bowls or potluck style for the entire family. Tip: lay out all of Mom’s favorite toppings to add on herself!

Zucchini Frittata Recipe

Served with the breakfast salad and the avocado toast, this Zucchini Frittata is another light addition to Mom’s brunch assortment. Treat this as the entrée or slice it to replace the eggs on the salad, or add to the toast. You have a full brunch!

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  • Mother's Day Chocolate Pecan Dessert
Chocolate Caramel Pecan Dessert

No Mother’s Day brunch would be complete without something sweet at the end, just to tell Mom just how much you love her. This recipe prepares 12 servings and is a great sharable sweet treat that can be enjoyed at the end of brunch or later in the day. It also takes advantage of the strawberries used in the Ginger Cooler and the chopped pecans from the Breakfast Salad to get the most out of your ingredients.