I've made planning your next Mother's Day dinner easy with this menu of tried and true recipes that you can adapt to feed any size crowd.

Ever since my husband and I got married, we spend at least half of our Sunday evening meals each month at a family member’s home.  The family hosting plans the meal and then asks those who are coming to pitch in and bring something to share.  It’s been a great way to both save on the cost of food and enjoy time with family.  With Mother’s Day coming up, I know many people, including my family, are going to be getting together to celebrate mothers, wives, sisters, aunts, grandmothers and other special women in their life.  This year, my husband and I will be hosting Mother’s Day dinner at our house, which means we get to plan the meal. 

My husband’s family is fairly large and there are over 20 people to feed when everyone gets together.  This can get a little overwhelming, but I’ve gotten fairly good at planning food for so many people in the 9 years my husband and I have been married.  Whether you have a large family or are on the smaller side, I have a Mother’s Day menu that can be adapted to serve any size.  All recipes come from my blog and in the case of dessert, I’m sharing a few options to choose from depending on taste preferences.  Or you can make all of them.  Hey, it’s for Mother’s Day! *wink*

Main Dish

I've made planning your next Mother's Day dinner easy with this menu of tried and true recipes that you can adapt to feed any size crowd.

Sides
Green Salad
Carrots and Potatoes (cooked in crock pot with roast) 
I've made planning your next Mother's Day dinner easy with this menu of tried and true recipes that you can adapt to feed any size crowd.

I've made planning your next Mother's Day dinner easy with this menu of tried and true recipes that you can adapt to feed any size crowd.

Dessert
I've made planning your next Mother's Day dinner easy with this menu of tried and true recipes that you can adapt to feed any size crowd.
I've made planning your next Mother's Day dinner easy with this menu of tried and true recipes that you can adapt to feed any size crowd.
I've made planning your next Mother's Day dinner easy with this menu of tried and true recipes that you can adapt to feed any size crowd.
What are your plans for Mother’s Day this year?  Do you have the same meal each year or does it change?

Comments

  1. This is my first official Mother's Day and I don't have a clue what we're doing! I do love fresh strawberry pie, though…mmm…basically I'll just make all the desserts you listed #sugaraddict

  2. That looks great! Pork roast is one of our favorites. We always grab a Mother's Day lunch the Friday before Mother's Day (less busy) and spend the day doing something fun to do as a family. I usually get to sleep in on MD and hubby takes care of food.

  3. Those brownies look incredible.. can't lie, I was a little bummed when I saw "zucchini" lol!! Can you taste the zucchini in it? I'm so intrigued!

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