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I'm thinking to celebrate my incredible mom, showering her with love, appreciation, and perhaps, breakfast in bed! What are some delicious and thoughtful breakfast ideas to treat Mom to on her special day?

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You can try preparing a special breakfast tray with some homemade pancakes or waffles, fresh fruit, yogurt, and a nice cup of coffee or tea. You could also add some flowers or a handwritten note to make it extra special!

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I think you can start with delicious pan cake and then her favorite lunch etc

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If you know what her favorite food is that’s always a winner. Also a pot roast with potato and carrots cooked in the crockpot pot. Or if it’s going to be warm outside like it here you can always fire up the grill throw some chicken or steak on the grill, make some potato salad, coleslaw, bake beans, bake her a cake or pie for dessert. I wish everyone a Happy Mother’s Day! ❤️

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