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Home visit: try a Mother’s Day breakfast in bed

01-May-2019
On Sunday 12 May, why not get International Mother’s Day off to a good start with a relaxing breakfast in bed? Easy to prepare, these granola jars are perfect for enjoying alone or – better yet – together! Nina and her sons show us how.
Jars filled with granola and yoghurt on a white tray on a bed.
Nina and her two children preparing food together in the kitchen.
Breakfast ingredients, including chopped fruit, nuts and glass jars, laid out on a wooden countertop.

Prep your ingredients with love

If the kids are old enough, they can make breakfast for mum. Or, make it a team effort! Chopping and slicing wholesome ingredients like fresh fruits, berries and nuts will make even a simple yoghurt and granola breakfast feel like a treat.
Three glass jars filled with yoghurt, granola, fresh fruit and nuts on a wooden countertop.

Make a present of your presentation

Instead of serving it in a bowl, try filling a jar so that it’s like a little gift to open. Layering with the yoghurt first, then the granola, extra toppings and a drizzle of sweet honey looks beautiful and helps keep the dry toppings crunchy.
A glass jar filled with granola, plus a toy plane on a white surface.

Take breakfast to bed

Make dishing up fuss-free and fun by setting everything on a tray table that can be carried straight from the kitchen to bed. Add playful details and a few flowers or plant cuttings to bring a smile to mum’s face.
Nina and her two children eating breakfast in bed with wooden cabinets behind.

Tuck in together

Why not take a break from the usual morning routine and spend a little longer over breakfast together? Today’s a great day to celebrate family and make the most of those special moments.
We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.
Interior stylist: Ashlyn Gibson
Photographer: Dan Duchars
Follow Nina on Instagram: @ninaweinreich