Something Savory for Mom

By ABC May 11, 2012

Not every mom wants something sweet for breakfast, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't get something just as delicious.  We've got all all the savory dishes you'll need to make this Mother's Day brunch memorable.Mario's 4 Minutes Eggs and Vegetable Salad
The seasonal greens and soft boiled eggs in this dish are simply a great combination.  Once the egg is broken the yolk dresses the greens giving it a gooey texture and an irresistible taste.

Michael's Sausage and Cheddar Bread Pudding

When you're making brunch on Mother's Day morning you want to spend the majority of the time with your mom chatting and showing her you care, not stuck in the kitchen slaving away over a dish that won't come together until dinner time.  This tasty bread pudding is the perfect answer to this dilemma, it comes together in minutes leaving you lots of time to hang out with the family.

Clinton's Bacon, Egg and Cheese Casserole

The original bacon, egg and cheese sandwich was developed in the early '70s and it quickly became a part of the American culinary lexicon.  Now, more that forty years later, it's arguably the most popular breakfast sandwich.  In fact Clinton's such a fan of this classic sandwich that he made it into a casserole.  It's got all the essential parts of a sandwich and it makes for a great Mother's Day treat.

Daphne's Eggs and Sweet Potato Pancakes

Not only is this dish delicious, it's also simple to make and it won't break the bank.  Daphne originally made this tasty breakfast dish with ingredients from the Feeding America pantry, proving that you don't need to spend a bundle to make a healthy and tasty breakfast for mom. 

Carla's Ham and Cheese French Toast

The best part about brunch is that you don't need to decide between breakfast and lunch, you can have a bit of both.  This dish combines your favorite sandwich, ham and cheese, with your favorite breakfast dish, French toast.  All in all it's sure to be a huge hit with any mom!