Mother's Day 2-ingredient recipes by David Wallace

(KLTV/KTRE) - Our friend Chef David Wallace is going to show you a super easy route to the perfect Mother's Day. There are three recipes, each requiring only two ingredients. 


Sausage Kolaches and Sweet Mustard Dipping Sauce

Strawberries and Vanilla Yogurt Parfait         

Okay, all you fathers and kids. You will never be able to do enough to thank the Moms, for all the things they do for you every day. But you can try! Start this coming Sunday morning, by serving her breakfast in bed.

You also don't want to destroy the kitchen, making a huge mess to clean-up, the first task of her special day!
You will need:

                       1). Crescent Roll Dough, in the tube container. Found in the same location as can biscuits.
                       2). FULLY COOKED Link Sausages. Found in the frozen food section, where things like waffles, frozen biscuits, and pancakes are located.
                       3). Honey
                       4). Mustard. You can use any prepared mustard, plain yellow, dijon, or spicy brown.
                       5). Vanilla yogurt. My favorite is Greek Yogurt.
                       6). Fresh Strawberries

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Open and separate crescent roll dough triangles. Let the kids help with this. It's easy.

Loosely roll one FULLY COOKED sausage, in one dough triangle. Start at one of the two small ends and roll to the other end. Do this loosely. Place on a baking sheet. Cook about 10 minutes, or until lightly browned.

Make the dipping sauce:

Mix a half of cup of honey and a good tablespoon of mustard. Stir well until the honey turns quite dark.

For the parfait:

Slice some berries and alternate layers of fruit and yogurt, in a pretty glass.

To serve:

Place your kolaches in a dish, on a tray. Include your dipping sauce, the parfait, some fresh flowers, a Mother's Day card, and maybe her favorite juice. Treat Mom like the special queen she is! Tidy up the kitchen. It should be real easy.

Happy Mother's Day and don't forget, Dads, your day is coming next month!