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The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach

I love Eggs Benedict and order it at brunch all the time. I never, ever made it at home. To me, it was stuffy and labor intensive. Not to mention I had to poach eggs, which is the equivalent of retaking the SAT’s (they were hard for me). And whisking up a Hollandaise Sauce can be on the complicated side. Two products have made this seemingly elaborate brunch staple easy, easy, easy. Our new Egg Cooker will poach eggs to perfection while you toast the english muffins. No boiling water, adding vinegar, swirling or stirring needed. As for the sauce, our Single Serve Blender allows you to put in all the ingredients, pulse a few times and have the creamy, buttery decadence that IS Hollandaise sauce. We served it with fruit-infused sparkling water (made, of course, with our handheld SodaStation™) and roasted asparagus, which is just as easy to prepare as the Eggs Benedict. Trust me, try it at home (maybe for Mother’s Day?) and you will be amazed by the simplicity.

The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach

 

The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach


Eggs Benedict with Ham and Roasted Asparagus
SERVES: 1

Ingredients
2 large eggs
1 English muffin, split, toasted
4 slices baked ham
6 spears asparagus, roasted
Fresh dill
Instructions
Poach eggs to desired doneness in egg cooker.
Place English muffins, split-side up on a plate.
Top each muffin with 2 slices of ham, 3 spears of asparagus trimmed to fit muffins and 1 poached egg.
Garnish with fresh dill.
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The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach


Easy Blender Hollandaise Sauce
SERVES: 2

Ingredients
1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted butter
2 large egg yolks
1 Tablespoon lemon juice
Salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
Microwave butter in a microwave safe container on HIGH for 1 minute.
Place egg yolks and lemon juice in blender jar.
Cover and blend on pulse a few times, then blend on HIGH for 1 minute, gradually adding melted butter until mixture is thickened and smooth.
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Hamilton Beach Egg CookerSingle Serve Blenders make smoothies, sauces and dressings quickly and easily everydaygoodthinking.com @hamiltonbeach

We used the Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker to perfectly poach the eggs. The Egg Cooker also prepares soft, medium or hard-boiled eggs. Along with making smoothies to go, the SingleServe Blender is perfect for mixing sauces or dressings. The Hollandaise sauce in this recipe can be drizzled over the eggs right from the jar.

 

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Happy Mother's Day!

Being a mom is a multi-faceted job. Around Mother’s Day, we often start to wonder what being a mom means to us.

Being a mom means dirty diapers, spilled milk and morning sickness. Being a mom means monitoring emails, listening for the door at midnight curfew and endless soccer practices. Being a mom is the endless phrases you thought you’d never say: “because I said so,” “because I’m your mother” and “someday you will thank me.” Being a mom is a powerful and profound experience, and it means that we, or at least a part of us, is present in someone else. Being a mom is profound happiness and having someone on your mind every single moment for the rest of your days.

No one can do it quite like us, because there is no one like us. Moms are special and today we recognize that by wishing everyone a very happy and heartwarming Mother’s Day.



Prepare for Mother's Day: Waffle Recipes
Mom gives so much throughout the year that she deserves to be honored with a delicious breakfast on Mother’s Day. In fact, we made waffles in the test kitchen just the other day and had a great time. We are sure you will have fun with these, too. Here are two of our favorite waffle recipes that will show mom just how much you love and appreciate her. 

Whole Grain Waffles
YIELDS: 6 servings

These waffles are made with whole wheat flour and rolled oats, so you don’t have to feel guilty about this indulgence. We recommend our waffle makers because you can make light, fluffy waffles and the nonstick waffle plates are designed with easy cleanup in mind.
Ingredients
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 cup quick-cooking rolled oats
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 1/4 cups milk
1 Tablespoon oil
1 egg
Instructions
In a large bowl, combine flour, whole wheat flour, rolled oats and baking powder; set aside.
In a small bowl, whisk together milk, oil and egg.
Pour milk mixture into flour mixture and stir until just combined. Pour 2/3 to 3/4 cup batter onto waffle maker. (See Test Kitchen Tips below.)
Serve whole waffles or break into sections for dipping.
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Best Buttermilk Waffles
YIELDS: 6 servings

Buttermilk waffles are a classic favorite. Use our Flip Belgian Waffle Maker to create restaurant-quality waffles in your own kitchen. The deep pockets will support any topping you choose, from strawberries and cream to Southern fried chicken.
Ingredients
2 cups flour
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 eggs, separated
2 cups buttermilk
1/2 cup butter, melted
1 teaspoon vanilla
Instructions
In a large bowl, mix together flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder and salt; set aside.
In a medium bowl, beat egg whites until stiff, but not dry.
In another bowl, whisk together egg yolks, buttermilk, butter and vanilla. Pour into dry ingredients and stir briefly until just combined.
Fold whites into batter. Pour 2/3 to 3/4 cup batter onto waffle maker. (See Test Kitchen Tips below.) Serve warm.
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Test Kitchen Tips:  Homemade waffle batter may take longer to cook than packaged pancake and waffle mix. The packaged mixes are done in about 5 minutes. Made-from-scratch recipes take a few minutes more.

The Belgian waffle grid holds more batter than a traditional grid. These recipes give a range of batter to use, for example, 2/3 to 3/4 cup. The larger amount should be used for a Belgian waffle grid.

Waffles can be frozen and then reheated. Make a large batch ahead of time and let cool on a cooling rack. Freeze individually in airtight storage bags or in one large bag with a piece of parchment paper between waffles to prevent sticking. Reheat in an oven or microwave.

Recipes from the Hamilton Beach Test Kitchen