With Mother’s Day fast approaching (14 March, mark your calendars), now is the time to get gifting, whoever the mother figure is in your life.
But the occasion doesn’t always necessarily require grand gestures, sometimes just a bit of alone time or breakfast in bed can be as meaningful as extravagant presents.
Luckily Morrisons is on hand to help you treat the queen in your life from the moment she wakes up.
The supermarket has already launched an afternoon tea box, full of sandwiches, crisps, sultana scones, cakes and of course plenty of tea bags so you can recreate the traditional afternoon tea experience at home.
Latest on the menu is an affordable breakfast in bed box, costing just £20 with delivery, full to the brim with everything you need to spoil your mum. From pancakes to OJ, it’s nothing short of a well-deserving feast.
Available to shop now, we’ve got all the details on what you can expect to find in every box.
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Morrisons the best mother’s day breakfast in bed: £20, Morrisons.com
Forget a boring bowl of cereal, this Mother’s Day box is jam-packed with delicious breakfast goods to start the day off on the right foot.
In it, you’ll discover buttermilk pancakes, pork sausages, unsmoked back bacon, maple syrup, orange juice with bits, English breakfast tea bags, seeded bread and even white chocolate cookies to polish it all off.
If you’re not able to spend the day together, why not order yourself one and enjoy with your lucky recipient over Zoom?
While you can’t take your mum out to breakfast this year due to lockdown, this is the next best thing and is sure to make the day feel extra special.
For more gifting inspiration, read our guide to the best Mother’s Day presents for every recipient
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