Still looking for some last-minute inspiration on what to get that great lady in your life? You know, the one who brought you into this world all those years ago?
Chances are, if your mom’s a foodie and she loves you, she’ll be elated when she unwraps any of these thoughtful, edible gifts on Mother’s Day. Just don’t start eating them before you get to her, because no one likes a half-eaten gift.
Nine delicious ways to pay your mother back for all those meals she made you
Herbed HoneyHoney + herbs + jars = the simplest present yet, but an elegant one at that. Bonus points if your mom calls you "honey."
HOW TO MAKE ITNot Quite Nigella
Flower MeringuesWhat better way to tell your mom how much you appreciate the hard work she put into helping you bloom than with her very own bag of edible blooms? These meringues will melt the heart while they melt on her tongue. If she can bring herself to eat them!
HOW TO MAKE ITShugary Sweets
Whiskey Chocolate CakeIf mom's a whiskey-over-wine kinda gal who also loves her some chocolate cake, this portable gift idea might just make you the favourite child.
HOW TO MAKE ITEclectic Recipes
Breakfast BoxWhat's better than breakfast in bed? A cute box that lets mom have breakfast in bed on HER terms. With a sweet little succulent and homemade granola, this really shows mom you care.
HOW TO MAKE ITA Cozy Kitchen
Flavoured Sugar PotsWhat's sweeter than you? These irresistible little mason jars of flavoured sugar, obviously. Whip some up with just a few simple ingredients.
HOW TO MAKE ITA Spicy Perspective
Homemade LollipopsBeautiful and spring-like, these lollipops make a pretty present when presented with a perky spring bow.
HOW TO MAKE ITSprinkle Bakes
Bacon RosesIf mom has more of a meat tooth than a sweet tooth, she will most definitely appreciate an entire bouquet of bacon roses -- all for her!
HOW TO MAKE ITLily the Wandering Gypsy
Homemade Tea BagsIf your mom's a tea drinker, why not make her this thoughtful and spring-like box that she can keep in the cupboard or slip in her purse the next time she wants real tea on the go? When people ask where she got it, she can tell them all about you.
HOW TO MAKE ITMartha Stewart
Homemade Kit Kat BarsGiving mom a break has never been easier, thanks to these two-ingredient Kit Kat bars. Throw them in a pretty tin or wrap them with a bow for added charm.
HOW TO MAKE ITBack For Seconds