Make mom’s special day even more special this year with these Mother’s day brunch recipes. Savory or sweet, there’s always a brunch idea that mom will love!
BLT Hashbrown Egg Cups
These hashbrown egg cups can be made in minutes and are suitable for freezing, so you can make ahead if you like. Filled with cheese, bacon and cherry tomatoes, this is perfect brunch idea for Mother’s day plus they look amazing. Recipe by Tatertots + Jello.
Surprise mom with this muffin board! It’s like a charcuterie board, but filled with mini muffins and toppings for delightful breakfast or brunch on Mother’s day.
Find out how to make this muffin board from The BakerMama.
Blueberry Muffin Cake
Sommer from A Spicy Perspective made this simple, sweet cake with blueberries and lemon zest. It’s topped with a buttermilk glaze and crispy oats.
There will not be crumb left once you put this on the table!
Caramelized Peach and Lavender Scones
I love using lavender in my recipes, but honestly I don’t do this enough. Not enough inspiration, so I was really happy when I came across Jessica’s lavender scones recipe.
She made them with caramelized peaches. Don’t they look delicious?
Strawberry Coconut Water Lemonade
Of course we need a pretty Mother’s day brunch drink to go with all the food. This strawberry coconut water lemonade drink contains just 4 ingredients and can be made in advance.
Recipe by Iowa Girl Eats.
Parmesan Hash Brown Cups
These tasty Parmesan hash brow cups contain just 5 ingredients and can be made and frozen in advance. Head over to Mantitlement for the recipe!
Cherry Lemon Crescent Ring
This cherry danish is just the perfect food to share with loved ones on Mother’s Day. Easy to make and just 5 ingredients. Get the recipe from Lori at Who Needs A Cape.
Baked Glazed Lemon Donuts
These drool-worthy donuts are dunked in a lemon glaze and look so amazing. It’s the perfect recipe for a sunny Mother’s day!
Head over to An Affair From The Heart for the recipe.
BLT Quiche with Potato Crust
This BLT quiche is the perfect make ahead recipe and is also low-carb and Whole30 approved. Get the recipe from Sassy Southern Yankee.
Bees Knees Cocktail
Michael from Inspired By Charm made this Bees Knees Cocktail and shared a funny tidbit about the origins of this drink:
The Bee’s Knees cocktail dates back to the Prohibition Era. The drink came about when citrus and honey were used to disguise the rather pungent smell and flavor of bathtub gin.
Yikes! I can promise you that Michael’s recipe is not made from bathtub gin, so head over to Inspired By Charm for the recipe.
I hope you like these Mother’s day brunch recipes and have a blessed and loving filled day!
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