Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes and Mimosas to Drool Overby Elizabeth MacDonald
Very few restaurants will be offering sit-down dining this Mother’s Day, so it’s up to you to pull off a beautiful brunch at home. You can cheat and call in a pick-up order of course, but you’ll still need the perfect mimosa to go with it!
Moms everywhere deserve to be royally spoiled this Mother’s Day, and that should start with a late wake-up and a delicious meal - and no dishes to clean! The kids can get in on the cooking action and help clean up, too.
Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes
Greek yogurt and almond milk are the secret ingredients to these decadent pancakes. You don’t need much syrup, but definitely top with extra berries and shaved almonds!
You can whip up some eggs and bacon to serve alongside these to make it more brunch and less breakfast.
Who knew your waffle iron could create these mouth-watering creations? The ‘frittaffle,’ created by Real Food By Dad is addicting, so make plenty. It’s also easy to cater to each person’s likes. You can include multiple vegetables or leave them out completely. If you are afraid to overload your frittaffle with veggies, then keep it simple and add a handful of sautéed greens and mushrooms to the top. The crisp texture of the potato just steals the show.
Pizza for brunch? Definitely. Don’t be afraid to dash some hot sauce on top of this breakfast pizza. Layered over crescent roll dough, you’ll bite through hashbrowns, ham, cheese, and eggs! Delicious.
While these aren’t a full meal within themselves, they sure do make an amazing addition to your brunch! You can freeze the leftovers and pull them out for grab-and-go breakfasts afterward.
This is just as amazing as it sounds. While the monkey bread is delicious, don’t skimp on the sauce!
Mimosas for Mom
No Mother’s Day brunch is complete without a mimosa!
Pull out your blender and grab a mango because these mimosas are worth it!
Skip the orange juice and pour in the pineapple juice!
It’s not just champagne and orange juice.
Cheers to moms everywhere!