Here are 7 perfect Mother’s Day brunch ideas that mom will love. You can’t go wrong with one of these delicious brunch recipes on Mother’s Day.
7 Perfect Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas
These are perfect brunch ideas to make for Mother’s Day!
The best way to start off Mother’s Day is with a delicious brunch recipe that will leave mom feeling full. Here are 7 ideas that she is sure to enjoy for breakfast.
1. Lacy Thin Pancakes
We love this Lacy Thin Pancake that is as delicious as it looks. This is a crepe-like pancake that’s European style.
My favorite toppings is just a squeeze of fresh lemon and a dash of powdered sugar. This makes a beautiful Mother’s Day brunch idea because it’s simple and classic, and ultimately delicious.
2. Brioche French Toast
To make a decadent French toast, I always suggest using brioche bread. This recipe for Brioche French Toast gives you a fluffy and mouthwatering breakfast.
I would love this Mother’s Day brunch served with a handful of fresh berries, a dusting of powdered sugar and a drizzle of maple syrup.
And what else is great about this breakfast recipe? There’s no need to prep much. You can make this all in the morning quickly.
Brioche French Toast
4. Norwegian Heart Waffles
Show your love with food by making heart-shaped waffles. Thin heart waffles are simple and incredibly satisfying.
I love Norwegian style heart waffles because they are deliciously eggy, with a hint sweetness and vanilla flavor. You don’t need much to dress it up, but I love a drizzle of honey, a dollop of Greek yogurt and a few slices of oranges.
TIP: If you don’t have a heart waffle maker, don’t worry. I’ve put together a guide on finding the perfect heart shaped waffle makers too.
Norwegian Waffles (Heart Shaped Waffles)
4. Baked Stuffed French Toast
You’ll definitely impress mom with this Baked Stuffed French Toast Casserole!
She’ll never be able to tell, but it’s quite a simple recipe with only a handful of ingredients. It’s stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and jam, to give each bite a delightful sweet tang.
And in case you were wondering if you can make French toast the night before, the answer is yes! So you’ll have your Mother’s Day brunch on the table without any stress in the morning.
Baked Stuffed French ToastGet the recipe
5. Easy Breakfast Skillet
When I want a hearty and quick breakfast, I turn to this easy Breakfast Skillet all the time. It’s loaded with filling ingredients, and it will leave everyone at your Mother’s Day brunch with a happy belly!
You might call this a country breakfast skillet or a farmers breakfast skillet. Whatever you term it, know this:
The great part about making this easy breakfast skillet recipe is that everything can be done in one pan. Just start cooking everything on the stove top, and then finish it off as a baked breakfast skillet.
Easy Breakfast Skillet – Loaded and Hearty
6. Fruity Breakfast Tart
I developed this Puff Pastry Breakfast Tart recipe for Fourth of July (hence the red, white and blue colors), but it’s a beautiful brunch that would make everyone happy on Mother’s Day.
This recipe is so easy to make that you’ll have a stress-free Mother’s Day morning. To make this breakfast recipe, simply follow 3 steps:
- Bake the puff pastry tart,
- spread on the whipped Greek yogurt topping, and lastly,
- top with berries and powdered sugar
Red, White and Blue Breakfast – Puff Pastry Breakfast Tart
7. Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart with Crescent Rolls
If you are looking for something easy and that the whole family will love on Mother’s Day, this Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread is a real treat.
The secret ingredient in this recipe is Crescent rolls, which is the perfect base for the cinnamon sugar topping. It also means that you can get this in the oven quickly and easily for breakfast.
Mom will love this recipe for brunch, and it’s so easy to make that all the kids can help.
Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread with Crescent Rolls
8. Corn Flake French Toast
Make french toast special (and oh so crispy!) by dipping it in Corn Flakes before pan frying. I love this classic recipe for Corn Flake Crusted French Toast.
To me, this recipe embodies comfort food at breakfast. It’s warming, homely, and as such, perfect to serve for Mother’s Day brunch.
Ultimate Crispy French Toast with Corn Flakes
I really hope you love one of these Mother’s Day brunch ideas
Hopefully one of these Mother’s Day brunches caught your attention! But if not, I’ve got loads of other bunch recipes on The Worktop and I’d love to help you find the perfect breakfast.
If you would still like more inspiration, check out this full collection of recipes that would make the perfect Mother’s Day brunch.
Alternatively, here are some other breakfast and brunch recipes that you may love:
- Easy breakfast casseroles
- Pancakes, pancakes and more pancakes
- Breakfasts fit for a crowd (or large family!)
Still can’t find a perfect brunch? Drop me an email and send in a recipe request. I love hearing about brunch ideas that you may have.