Mother's Day Recipes

4 Easy Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

Brunch is a classic Mother’s Day treat, but putting together the perfect meal isn’t always easy. Luckily, you don’t have to resort to frozen waffles or grocery store donuts to put together a quick, simple feast. These four recipes come together quickly and without much effort.

Cherry Berry and Banana Overnight Oats via FoodieCrush

Featuring a delightful blend of fruit, oats, and almond milk, this recipe is as nutritious as it is delicious.

Plus, you can do all the prep work the night before. Kids can help layer the ingredients in the mason jars. All you have to do on Mother’s Day is take the mason jars out of the fridge and serve.

If you prefer to use different fruit or an alternate type of milk, this recipe is also easy to customize.

Almost-Raw Carrot Cake Bliss Balls via Love & Lemons

These carrot cake balls don’t require any cooking! Just throw the ingredients into a food processor until they reach a dough-like consistency. Next, you roll the ingredients into balls, which kids can help with.

You can store these treats in the fridge for up to five days, saving you valuable time on Mother’s Day.

Microwave Egg White Omelets via Kirbie’s Cravings

You can make a delicious omelet without even cracking an egg! This recipe uses liquid egg white product, and since it is cooked in a ramekin in a microwave, you can even skip the risky flipping maneuver usually associated with omelets.

While the recipe calls for specific vegetables, you can also switch them out for what you have on hand or whatever mom likes best, like cauliflower, zucchini, arugula, or mushrooms.

Avocado Toast

Perhaps the easiest recipe of all is one that you can make up as you go along. With avocado toast, there’s no need to follow any written instructions, so preparing avocado toast can be a fun, easy activity that even small children can help with.

Simply toast a piece of bread and put some avocado on it. While an adult should cut the avocado, children can help by mashing it and spreading it on the toast. Sprinkle a little salt and/or pepper on top, and you have a simple and hearty brunch dish!

If you want to make your avocado toast fancier, just add additional ingredients, like hot sauce, sliced radish, sliced tomato, pepitas, sunflower seeds, pomegranate seeds, arugula, herbs, or a cooked egg. Kids can help put the additional ingredients on the avocado toast to make a beautiful and delicious brunch entrée for mom.

These four recipes can help you make mom’s day without spending hours slaving away in the kitchen.

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