Mother’s Day is known for breakfast or brunch in bed, or as an event to be hosted. But what if you have no idea what to make? Let’s be honest, in our foodie-obsessed culture, a greasy bacon and egg breakfast isn’t going to cut it.
Here are six delicious (and sometimes even healthy) ideas for Mother’s Day brunch.
1. Smoked trout with crème fraiche dressing
Both healthy and super delicious, this vitamin and omega 3-packed salad combines the rich flavour of salmon trout and crème fraiche with subtle avocado and tangy caper berries. Find the recipe on the YuppieChef blog here.
2. Banting bacon baskets with spinach and feta
If your Mom is all about the low-carb way of life then these delicious bacon baskets will make her day. They are made with iron-rich spinach, eggs and feta cheese. Get the recipe from Food24 by clicking here.
3.Classic eggs Benedict
Brunch is not brunch without a classic egg dish like Eggs Benedict. This old favourite combines ham, Hollandaise sauce and a toasted English muffin to create the ultimate indulgence. Get the recipe here.
4. Muesli with almonds and fruit
A really healthy breakfast is not complete without muesli, especially when you add fruit. This recipe is for Bircher’s muesli, served with flaked almonds, fresh fruit and honey. Find out how to make it here.
5. Roast vegetable and cheese tart
Full of eggs and veggies and rich cream, this is a real brunch treat. Throw in some cheddar, ricotta, feta and parmesan, and you have a purely indulgent breakfast dish. Find the recipe and list of ingredients here.
6. The perfect pancake
Breakfast (or brunch) wouldn’t be complete without pancakes. Use this recipe to make them and then add toppings of your choice: syrup, blueberries, strawberries and much more. You could even add food colouring for a rainbow-coloured treat!
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