When we were kids, preparing for Mother’s Day meant making handprint cards and adorably lopsided jewelry dishes. Now that we’re older, saying, “thank you for being an amazing mom,” should be a bit more refined. Why not plan a Mother’s Day brunch? Even if you’re a mother or father yourself now, you can plan to share a lovely Sunday morning meal with all the mothers in your circle. Or, you can make a breakfast basket for your mom and drop it off. Whichever route you choose, we think your mom will appreciate the scrumptiousness in these Mother’s Day brunch recipes. She might even add them to her cookbook.
Mother’s Day on the Sweet Side
Mother’s Day should be filled with sugary, syrup drizzled, and whip creamed goodness. So we think a stack of old-fashioned pancakes is a great way to get brunch kicked off right. Serve these soft and fluffy pancakes with berries and cream or covered in butter and maple syrup. Either way, your mom is sure to be delighted. If you need an alternative option or a variety for a buffet-style brunch, try these Nutella crepes as well. While you’re at it, add this triple berry French toast to make it a trifecta of breakfast on the sweet side.
No brunch would be complete without at least one serving of eggs. Eggs are one of the most versatile food items you can find. No matter who you are cooking for you can find a way to whip up eggs that they will love. If you’re cooking for a crowd, it may be best to stick to scrambled eggs. But, you can make them taste fancy by adding veggies and cheese, similar to this Mediterranean scramble. Or, you can make whip up a pan of this egg and potato breakfast casserole or give a Caprese frittata a try.
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Fruity Brunch Options
Do you remember when your mom used to hide broccoli in creative recipes? Well, now it’s your turn, to sneak in some extra nutrition with your meal. Mix a pitcher of this fresh-squeezed strawberry lemonade as your drink option and add a side of fruit salad to the menu.
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