Surprise Mom with Brunch-Friendly Recipes for Mother’s Day

Author: Administrator | May 07, 2018

Surprise Mom with Brunch-Friendly Recipes for Mother’s Day

I remember growing up as a young child and asking my mom, if there is a Mother’s Day than why isn’t there a children’s day? Her response was, “Every day is children’s day.” Looking back, she couldn’t have been more right. Now that I’m much older and understand how difficult it is to raise children, and how hard mom’s work to provide and care for their children, every day really should be recognized as Mother’s Day.

If your mom is anything like mine, she is always taking care of everyone but herself. It’s important to remind her to take some time for herself. Mother’s Day is the perfect day to treat her to some homemade dairy delicious recipes. We have the perfect brunch friendly recipes for you to surprise Mom with.

To show you exactly how to make these brunch-friendly dairy recipes, join Registered Dietitian Amy Gorin, MS, RDN and American Dairy Association North East’s Registered Dietitian, Stacey Jackson, MS, RDN, CDN, for a Facebook Live on Wednesday, May 9, 2018. Tune in at 1:00 PM EST on American Dairy Association North East’s Facebook Page. If you tune in, you can have the chance to win a Ninja blender. For more information about the contest, see the rules here.

Greek Yogurt Parfait with Cereal and Pan Roasted Grapes - yogurt is an excellent source of protein, calcium and potassium!

High-Protein Vanilla Bean Smoothie – milk is packed with nine essential nutrients, including 8 grams of high-quality protein.

Remember, tune in to our Facebook Live on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at 1:00 PM EST, to see these recipes being demoed live and for your chance to win a Ninja blender! Full contest rules found here

American Dairy Association North East is one of 16 state and regional promotion organizations working under the umbrella of the United Dairy Industry Association. It is the local affiliate of the National Dairy Council®, which has been conducting nutrition education and nutrition research programs since 1915. For more information, visit