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Impress Mom with these Mother's Day brunch recipes!

A few weeks ago I visited Kraft Canada's head office in Toronto as a guest speaker in Kraft Kitchen's series of lunch hour cooking classes for their employees. The class I was attending was appropriately called Egg-ceptional Cuisine since we were talking about eggs! It was a few days before Easter, so together with Pat Moynihan Morris, one of the Kraft Kitchens food specialists/home economists, we prepared four brunch recipe ideas and talked about buying, storing, serving and eating eggs! The recipes demonstrated at that 'lunch and learn' cooking class would be perfect for a Mother's Day brunch this weekend. Take a look!

Mothers Day Brunch Recipes

Made with puff pastry, spinach, ricotta cheese, peppers, and of course eggs, Sky-High Brunch Bake comes together easily and looks like you spent way more time preparing it than you did. Leftover puff pastry can be used to make decorative embellishments for the crust with a mini cookie cutter or your own design. Click on the recipe link to find a video that shows how to make this favourite Kraft recipe.

Mothers Day Brunch Recipes

This fuss-free Potato Frittata made with potatoes, ham, cheese and eggs goes together quickly, then bakes in the oven while you attend to last-minute brunch details or visit with your brunch guests. I forgot to take a picture of the Bacon Omelette Roll with Salsa. But click on the link and you'll see it on Kraft's website. It's very impressive-looking, and appears more challenging to make than it is. Leave out the bacon if you want a vegetarian version of this delicious rolled omelette. To finish off a great Mother's Day brunch, you need a grand finale dessert that says "I love you, Mom!"! Cheesecake certainly fits that bill, and this cheesecake is a winner!

Mothers Day Brunch Recipes

The recipe for Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake is from Ontario egg farmers Robert and Tammy Haverkamp. Click on the link to find it on the Egg Farmers of Ontario's website. (I loved the cake stand Pat used to display the dessert. She said it was from Homesense. The ribbon can be changed to suit your table decor or the occasion you're celebrating.)

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