Mother’s Day breakfast in bed plus a giveaway from Wilton

When I think of my mom, visions of beautiful flowers pop into my head. Last year, I told you about the beautiful floral paintings, pictured below, painted by my mother that inspired me to create a Deviled Egg Daisy and some pretty Pain au Chocolate stamped with colorful flowers

This year, in keeping with that theme I’ve designed an entire floral themed breakfast to celebrate my mom; even though she wont actually be able to eat it, because we live so far apart now, she will enjoy seeing the pictures and knowing I am thinking of her. 
This breakfast was made using several Wilton products and lucky for me and lucky for one of you, they are giving away a customized Mother’s Day Breakfast in Bed Kit to one of my readers. I love using Wilton products to make sweets and chocolates, but they are also really wonderful to use to make edible crafts out of savory items as well. This breakfast was created using Wilton Silicone Daisy MoldWilton Flower Stamp SetWilton Flower Fondant CuttersWilton Sunflower Petal Baking Cups and you can enter to win all of these products. See the giveaway details after the recipes.

Flowery Mother’s Day Breakfast in Bed
Daisy Eggs

You’ll need:

Wilton Silicone Daisy Mold
3 large or 6 small eggs
1 tablespoon heavy cream, half and half or milk
pinch of salt
3 green olives
6 slices of cooked bacon

I used simple scrambled eggs and found that half of a large egg worked perfectly to make each daisy. Small eggs would work instead, just don’t use more than that or the eggs won’t cook through before the edges get rubbery.
Whisk 3 large eggs with a tablespoon of heavy whipping cream, half and half or milk, and a pinch of salt. If you add pepper now you’ll have black flecks in your flowers, so just serve pepper on the side. Spray a Wilton Silicone Daisy Mold with cooking spray. Equally divide the eggs in the 6 daisy cavities in a Wilton silicone Daisy Mold. Bake at 350 degrees until eggs are cooked through, about 10 minutes. Remove from molds. Cut olive in half and set one in the center of each daisy egg.

Cut a long thin strip along one edge of each piece of bacon. Cut a leaf from the remaining bacon. Arrange your scrambled egg flowers on a plate and add a stem with a leaf. Your flowers are ready to serve.

Daisy Biscuits

You’ll need:

Wilton Flower Stamp Set
store bought or homemade biscuit dough
food coloring (yellow and green)
paint brushes used only for food

Lightly paint food coloring onto the daisy stamp. Press it onto a biscuit dough round. Paint the stem stamp with green food coloring and press it onto the biscuit. The leave stamp is just a bit big for the biscuit, so paint just part of it with green food coloring and stamp it next to the stem.

Bake according to package or recipe instructions. They are ready to serve.

Fruit Flower Bouquet

You’ll need:

Wilton Flower Fondant Cutters
Pineapple, Cantaloupe, green grapes, strawberries
leaves from the pineapple
small vase filled with sugar

Use the flower cutters to cut out shapes from slices of pineapple and cantaloupe. Use the smallest flower cuter to cut out the center of the larger fruit flowers. Press a grape into the center of each flower. You may have to cut around the sides of the grapes in order to get them to fit if they are too large. Insert a skewer into the fruit flowers and into some strawberries. Use different size skewers so you have various heights for making your bouquet. I filled a small glass vase with sugar and arranged the fruit flowers by pressing the skewers into the sugar. Add a few leaves from the pineapple to your arrangement.

Finally, bake some muffins in Wilton Sunflower Petal Baking Cups.

Arrange your breakfast on a bed tray and serve in bed. Wouldn’t you love to be served this on Mother’s Day? Share this post with your hubby and kids and you just might get it!

Now on to the giveaway…

Enter to win an assortment of Wilton products including:
1 silicone flower mold
1 package of 24 sunflower baking cups
1 set of 3 flower fondant cutters
1 set of 6 flower cake stamps

Mandatory Entry: 
Leave a comment below. That’s it. It’s that simple. You can tell me what you think about the breakfast in bed ideas, what you’ve made using Wilton products, or whatever.
But, if you’d like to increase your chances of winning you can do any of the following to get bonus entries.
Extra entries:  
1 entry if you “Like” Hungry Happenings on Facebook
1 entry if you follow Hungry Happenings via RSS feed or e-mail subscription
1 entry if you “Like” Wilton on Facebook

I moderate all the comments before they appear on the site, so it can take several hours for your entries to appear.

Leave a separate comment for each entry.

Contest runs through May 5, 2012. Winner to be drawn at random from all valid entries. Entrants must reside in the United States and be over 18 years of age. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. Odds of winning are based on the total number of valid entries (maximum of four entries per person.) Winner will be notified and have 72 hours to respond. If the winner doesn’t  respond in that time frame another winner will be chosen. This contest is sponsored by Wilton, but all of my opinions mentioned above are true and honest.

If you like the recipe presented above or are excited about this contest, please share it with others by using the share buttons below. I really appreciate being Stumbled Upon and Pinned, and am always grateful to those of you that share my ideas on your website. I do request that you don’t post my entire tutorial, but rather share a picture with a link. If you make this recipe, I’d love for you to send me a photo to [email protected] so that I can share it in my Reader’s Gallery. I link my recipes up to lots of websites that are listed hereThank you for visiting Hungry Happenings – Beth 

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  1. says

    I love your flower themed breakfast-so clever! I have the Wilton circle cutter set and use it for cookie, biscuits, fondant, water melon circles, etc. Thanks for the opportunity to win this set!!

    rob (at) getwrappedup . com

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  3. Melissa Benno says

    I love this. I have been looking for a simple flower/fruit bouquet to make for my mother-in-law and have finally found it! Thank you!

  4. Liliane says

    I have many Wilton products including cake pans and some cutters. I would love to add these to my small collection!!!

  5. says

    I love Wilton products! I know that when I see Wilton, it's quality! And what a cute use of Wilton to make things for Mother's Day!

  6. says

    Bed in breakfast is a special moment to share with any family member but to share it with Mom is off the roof thrue the skye straight to the galaxy and back infinite times much better and pleasing that any other human being. spoile your Mothers while we still have them alive. Thank you for the chance of winning this awesome set, my Mom will be spoiled bad for breakfast, lunch, & dinner.

  7. says

    Breakfast in bed is an awesome way to spend time with any family member but to create it for Mom is the best was to tell her home much we love her. Thank you for the chance of winning this Wilton set my Mom will not only enjoy it for B in B but for lunch and dinner as well. My Mother gets spoiled rotten on Mother's day and any other chance I get to spend with her.

  8. says

    I subscribe via email and aspire to do a portion of what you accomplish. I just read and end up salivating over my desk. Thanks for the GREAT ideas and if I win, I'll send a pic of my attempt to repeat this great breakfast in bed ~ but for hubby instead. And for, just because. Dad'd need lovin' too!

  9. says

    I absoutley love the breakfast in bed idea. I love the most is painting a flower on the biscuit, and the fruit flowers, i could make my own edible arrangements now :) Even if I do not win this I am still doing a very similar idea to tis for my mommy 😀

  10. Patti L. says

    I follow you on your RSS feed. I've taken every class Wilton offers in cake, fondant & gumpaste but your things are soooo creative! Maybe you should start teaching classes with your stuff!!!

  11. says

    What a wonderful giveaway and a gorgeous breakfast in bed! Would love to win it and re-create my own breakfast in bed. :)

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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    Leaving a comment. Would love to win this prize pack. My 8 year old daughter loves to help me bake and decorate cookies/cakes/cupcakes. This would be a fun way to celebrate Mother's Day for me…decorating cookie with her. :-)

  14. says

    What a great idea for Wilton to give away one full set. I love Wilton products and would love to use this set to personalize this special breakfast. Your pictures are awesome!

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    Omg this is too cute!! This is the FIRST year that my brother & sister won't be home for Mother's Day, so I'm totally gonna do this for my mom so I'm the favorite (still) lol =)
    I also pinned it to Pinterest, and I'm reading your previous entries that I'm sure I'll be pinning! Great ideas! <3


  17. Anonymous says

    Thank you Wilton for this give-away. I love using your products and know they are great quality. Mary Ellen

  18. says

    What a delightful idea!! Very creative! Would love that for MY Mom's Day breakfast! lol Thanks for sharing how to do it too….& for chance to win the things to help make them! Wow!

    Don't have Facebook acct………….but have added your Blog to my Favorites. Will be checkin' in often! :)

  19. says

    And I also just subscribed to your RSS feed ([email protected])!

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    I love your creativity! I "found blogs" in December 2009. Since then, I've visited more than i can count. Hungry Happenings is one of my favorites..thanks for all the great ideas! :)

  23. says

    Love the Wilton products! Maybe if I win my husband and son will be inclined to make me breakfast in bed on Mother's Day! Aw, who am I kidding, that's not going to happen. :)

  24. says

    LOVE Wilton's baking products! You could make pancakes and cut them out with the flower shaped fondant cutter. For my M-I-L's birthday brunch, I made flower shaped butter pats for the pancakes with my pastry bag. They were so appreciated!
    I enjoyed reading your blog and seeing the breakfast photos. Happy Mother's Day to your mom.

  25. Carol Hutchison says

    I can't wait to paint flowers onto biscuits! I am so inspired by your work. Thank you!

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  34. LaureeK says

    Such a cute idea! My daughter (my first child) will be 1 in June so this is my 1st official Mother's Day! I hope my husband gets this creative as she gets older. :)

  35. says

    I make bento lunches for my son. I love using Wilton Food Writers and cookie cutters to help make his lunches look extra cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

  36. Karen says

    Love this–hope to do this when I have my Mum and other family members come and visit me from Scotland. Thanks for such a fantastic idea.

  37. says

    I love your ideas! I have subscribed to you by email, will be following you on FB and already like Wilton on FB. Can't wait to try some of your creations!

  38. says

    Like ! Like ! Like ! Super Awesome!. Wonderful idea with the basic groceries.That too with the giveaways.So so cute! Thank you. I love you and ofcourse Wilton!I also liked Hungry happenings in FB

  39. Neilu says

    Love love love Wilton products, specially their molds. Are so versatile, easy to use and s…. cute. Of course I use them to bake but love to make individual dessert such as Jello or Ice Cream or combination of both.

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      Me too! I really like using their silicone molds to create everything from cheesecakes to eggs. I’ve used them for ice cream too and know they’d be great for Jell-O as well.

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