Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and one of our favorite ways to celebrate is with a Mother’s Day brunch. Whether you’re having a brunch time party for the whole family, or keeping things small and simple, these sweet and savory recipes will turn Sunday into a real celebration.
Take your rainbow, tie-dye, or unicorn obsession to the next level with these super fun cinnamon rolls. These ones are completely made from scratch, but you could totally upgrade store-bought cinnamon rolls with colorful icing and rainbow sprinkles.
Put a spicy twist on a brunch classic with chipotle peppers and a lightened-up hollandaise sauce. Double this recipe to feed a family of four, and serve with fresh fruit, home fries, and plenty of coffee.
Depending on how many people you’re hosting, this could be a side dish or a main course. This sizzling hash skillet takes just 30 minutes to make, and you can never go wrong with bacon, potatoes, eggs, and cheese.
This sweet breakfast treat combines two of our brunch favorites: coffee cake and banana bread. Cream cheese keeps this cake super moist, and lots of icing and chocolate chips make it more like dessert than breakfast–not that we won’t be serving this at our Mother’s Day brunch.
Burrata is an ultra-creamy cheese very similar to mozzarella, and it’s super indulgent flavor makes it perfect for a celebration like Mother’s Day. Use it as a topping in a savory breakfast pizza along with bacon, sausage, eggs, tomato sauce, and lots of herbs.
Instead of flipping pancakes for the whole family, keep things simple and make a giant pancake (or two) in a skillet that everyone can share. Top with tangy lemon curd and fresh blueberries for a perfect springtime brunch entree.
Upgrade a childhood favorite by turning flaky croissants into caramelized French toast. Top them with plenty of fresh berries, and make sure to pour mom a mimosa.
Mom will be super impressed with this elegant frittata–and if you’re hosting a crowd for brunch, turning eggs into a one-dish casserole is the easiest way to serve everybody.