Rêveuse Wellness: Mother's Day at Home

Rêveuse Wellness: Mother's Day at Home

When any tough situation collides with daily routine, we tend to adapt to the situation and just get on with life. The beauty of us as people, is that we come together in these situations and it's times like this where you can really feel that sense of community, supporting one another in times of need.

This Mother's Day fell during a time where we could feel that certain sense of unease and uncertainness. However, it got us thinking on how we could try to inject a bit of creativity and positivity, so that we could still celebrate this wonderful occasion. Having both been working remotely for the past week, it was nice to give ourselves a little boost and get excited about cooking at home again and creating some recipes based on what was already in our kitchen. We wanted to do our part and #stayhome. 

Hopefully this little post can be an escape for you and inspire you to conjure up some of your own unique recipes, spending time with those you are quarantined with and do something you wouldn't have normally done. Below we have provided a list of everything we made for a Mother's Day afternoon tea, but do share with us your own personal feasts and cooking adventures!

On The Menu
  • English Breakfast Tea
  • Freshly Squeezed Fruit JuiceStrawberries, Grapes, Ginger, Oranges, Frozen Mangos, Lemon
  • Croque MonsieurWhite bread with a layer of homemade sweet mustard topped with bechamel sauce, cheese and ham
  • Egg SandwichesBrown bread with scrambled egg, tomatoes and lettuce 
  • Homemade Salt & Pepper Breadsticks with Guacemole DipBreadsticks toasted from offcuts of the sandwiches and drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper. Dip with avocados, red onion, chopped tomatoes, a splash of lime juice and seasoning
  • Banana Oat CupcakesMashed bananas, plain flour, salt, unsalted butter, eggs, baking soda, cinnamon, oats
  • M&S Tartlets with Strawberries and Grape

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