April 26, 2022

5 Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas

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With COVID-related restrictions in the rear-view mirror, we are again able to safely celebrate holidays, and what is higher on the list than Mother’s Day?

Taking mom out for a decadent brunch is a popular favorite, but if you’d like to bring the brunch into your kitchen this year, we have some great ideas for the menu.

Centers Health Care has a look at five Mother’s Day brunch ideas.

  1. Savory French Toast Sandwich

Combine breakfast and lunch in one dish for your brunch. Take slices of brioche and coat them in panko after dipping them in the batter. In between, layer ham and Swiss cheese and a mustard aioli to dip.

  1. Dessert French Toast

In another twist to this breakfast classic, instead of brioche, use pound cake or marble cake. Top the treat with whipped cream and chocolate sauce or fresh berries.

  1. Breakfast Tacos

Combine more elements of breakfast and lunch with breakfast tacos, which is a great idea to serve a large family. Heat up some hard or soft tortillas (or both!), and then cook scrambled eggs, dice up bacon or chorizo, and add bowls of salsa, cheese, and jalapenos on the side. Serve with refried beans or fried potatoes.

  1. Smoked Salmon Omelet

This is a delicious dish that’s easy to make. Add slices of smoked salmon once you have your egg ready to fold, and add feta and fresh chives for a tasty, healthy Mediterranean-inspired dish.

  1. Greek Yogurt Pancakes

Skip the buttermilk and use Greek yogurt instead. Not only is it a healthier alternative—especially if you use whole wheat flour—but the Greek yogurt will give the pancakes a wonderfully fluffy texture.

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