Inspiring Ideas For A Mother’s Day Brunch
If your childhood memories are filled with magnificent aroma’s wafting out of the kitchen, then it’s very likely you have a brilliantly talented mom who knows how to whip up all sorts of marvelous creations in the kitchen. But even if they aren’t (because your mom‘s not sure how to boil and egg) we’re sure she’s given you plenty of other special memories to cherish.
However talented your mom is or isn’t in the kitchen, we’re sure she has spent many years of her life packing your lunchbox, cooking you dinner and cleaning up after you. And with all the things she has done for you and all the sacrifices she has made to keep you smiling, we thought you might want to show her how much she means to you by spoiling her this Mother’s Day with a delicious brunch. So to help you give her a memory she will always cherish, we’ve decided to help inspire you with a few awesome ideas.
Treat Her To A Feast Of Flavours With A Mother’s Day Brunch
Something To Begin
Red Velvet French Toast
Who says you can’t begin your brunch with something sweet? This Red Velvet French Toast has been made Franke-style – a basic breakfast has been made wonderful with a creamy cheesecake filling and generous amounts of chocolate drizzled over.
Kale and Sweet Potato Frittatas
If you’re mom isn’t a fan of starting off with something sweet, then this Frittata is a great alternative. With ingredients such as goat’s cheese and kale, you’re sure to begin your Mother’s Day brunch with something special.
Cranberry And Pomegranate Iced-Tea
Liven up her day with something fresh and zesty! If she doesn’t already have a spring in her step, this homemade lemonade recipe ought to do the trick.
Cupcake Flower Pot
Nothing cheers up a woman quite like a bunch of flowers. But what about flowers that you can eat – that’s double the cheeriness. Impress your mom with this cute cupcake flower bouquet – it’s easier to make than it looks!
Flower Shaped Lemon Tarts
With endless amounts of lemon in season, you won’t find it hard to source ingredients for this good old-fashioned delight! All you need to make these lemon tarts are 3 ingredients, a flower shaped cookie cutter and a muffin pan, simple and delicious.
If you’re fired up by all these inspiring ideas for a Mother’s Day brunch, and are eager to try any of these recipes out, then let us know how your chosen dish turned out - simply drop us a comment in the box below.