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I appreciate any excuse to have a delicious brunch. And it just so happens that Mother’s Day and brunch go together like champagne and OJ. There really is no better way to show your appreciation for mom than by doing what she’s done for you. All of your life. Because after all, moms deserve a day or two off in the kitchen. Now it’s your turn to whip up a fantastic, home cooked brunch to really pamper her.
And of course no Mother’s Day would be complete without a heartwarming American Greetings Mother’s Day card. Growing up my mom was the card lady, and to this day she still comes armed with a card for every occasion. Something that she has passed onto me over the years. She also taught me that random acts of kindness mean more than just about anything. Randomly receiving a card in the mail is a surefire way to turn anyone’s day around. So to this day the art of sending (and receiving) cards have a special place in my heart. And American Greetings has the perfect card for every occasion, no matter who’s the sender.
I’m a big fan of quiche and still remember the first time I made one. It was with my dad for a Mother’s Day brunch at our church. So I figured today’s post would be the perfect time to whip up a new take on a classic. Because I can’t think of a better way to celebrate mom than by sharing the first recipe I remember making!
Chicken sausage has been on repeat in my house lately, and it pairs perfectly with asparagus and goat cheese in today’s recipe. This asparagus quiche recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser, time after time! And you’re in luck, because I’m also sharing the recipe for homemade crust. It’s delicious, crunchy, and flaky. Your mom will be in awe, and you’ll be the favorite kid for the foreseeable future.
Complete this spread fit for a queen by adding a signature cocktail (or two) and serving my Herbed Skillet Potatoes. Beware though if you’re too good in the kitchen though she may call on you to help out more often. My advice? Embrace it. Knowing your way around the kitchen is a blessing. After all, the stomach is the way to everyone’s heart.
Fresh cut flowers always make for a great gift, but why not give mom something that’ll last a little longer? Start by picking up your mom’s favorite potted plant at your local Walmart. Drop it in your American Greeting’s gift bag with a little tissue paper, and then you’re set. Trust me when I say your mom will send your photos of the flower when it begins to bloom, year after year. And if you’re really lucky she’ll share how great you are on Facebook with all her friends.
Forget scrambling around this year because Walmart has absolutely everything you’ll need to make this Mother’s Day an occasion your proud mama won’t soon forget. And if you act now you can earn $2.00 when you buy 2 cards with this Ibotta offer! So what are you waiting for?! Now’s your chance to head on over to your local Walmart and score everything you need for a delicious Mother’s Day brunch. Since we all know you’re dying for an excuse to get into the kitchen and try out this new recipe! I mean, I can’t really blame you. Because it is quite delicious, and probably one of my favorite recipes to date. Therefore I urge you to hop to it, as quickly as possible.
- 1 cup flour
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- 1/4 cup ice water
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 4 eggs
- 1 1/2 cups cream
- 1 medium yellow onion, diced
- Goat cheese
- 3 chicken sausage links, sliced
- 4 asparagus spears, sliced in half
- Whisk together flour and salt in mixing bowl.
- Add water and olive oil, mix to combine.
- Press into prepared pie pan and set aside.
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Brown chicken sausage in cast iron skillet for 6-7 minutes, remove and allow to cool.
- To same skillet add diced onion, season with salt and pepper, allow to cook for 2-3 minutes, and then remove from heat.
- Slice chicken sausage and line bottom of pie pan, top with onions before setting aside.
- Whisk together eggs and cream, pour into pie pan.
- Bake for 30 minutes, remove, top with asparagus and goat cheese, and then bake for an additional 15 minutes or until cheese begins to brown.