Who needs a restaurant on Mother’s Day when you can pull off these delicious meals at home? Your mini sous chefs can get involved too. Read on for all of our best Mother’s Day brunch recipes—we guarantee Mom will be feasting like a queen in no time (bonus points if you serve this as breakfast in bed!).
Easy Eggs Benedict
It’s not as hard as it seems, we promise! This recipe makes eggs benedict a breeze thanks to a smart poaching method and a Hollandaise sauce that’s blitzed up in the blender. Get the details for one of the most classic Mother's Day brunch recipes here.
Orange Ciabatta French Toast
French toast is already awesome, but it’s made even more awesome when you use ciabatta bread and flavor it with orange zest. Mom will love waking up to this—here is the recipe.
Potato Skillet with Baked Eggs
If Mom is hankering for something savory, chances are this skillet dish will hit the spot. It has bacon, potatoes and eggs, and you can even sneak in some spinach and peas for a complete and balanced meal. Here is the recipe.
When it comes to Mother's Day brunch recipes, nothing beats a homemade blueberry muffin, especially when little ones help make them just for their mama. This version is finished with a cinnamon sugar streusel topping. Find the recipe here.
Savory Parmesan Bread Pudding
With toasty bread, chunks of thick-cut bacon and a generous sprinkling of cheese, this savory bread pudding is bound to impress Mom. Pair it with coffee and orange juice for the ultimate brunch. To get the recipe, head to The Little Epicurean.
Keep it simple and whip up a classic frittata for Mother’s Day. We love that frittatas are infinitely customizable, so you can throw in whatever veggies or cheese your family enjoys. Grab the recipe here.
You can't go wrong with a classic. This recipe is a step above boxed mixes, creating a super fluffy and beautiful pancake that rivals Mom's favorite 24-hour diner. Get the full recipe here.
Fruit and Cereal Bouquet
Here's one of the cutest Mother's Day brunch recipes out there. Kids can use cookie cutters to make a sweet and colorful fruit bouquet for the person who has probably poured a thousand bowls of cereal by now. Get the full instructions at Kix Cereal.
Eggs in a Basket
It doesn't get much more simple (or tasty!) than this recipe from Improv Oven. Paired with toast and fruit, it's a meal that will impress the person of the hour.
Serve a cool breakfast treat like any of these gorgeous yogurt parfaits. Gather other recipes to whip up a menu item mom will be sure to savor, or keep it simple and use store-bought ingredients. Get the recipes at Completely Delicious.
What's brunch without a mimosa? Dress up the classic sparkling sipper with B. Britnell's recipe, which incorporates a splash of peach nectar and a slice of peach for a garnish (or substitute with Mom's favorite fruit).
Strawberry Lemon Iced Tea
Even the mama who loves a good, strong cup of joe will be thrilled to find this on her tray. Brewed fresh, she'll love the citrusy-sweet twist on a lunchtime staple from Ashley Marie's Kitchen.