Meatless Monday: Mother's Day Brunch


Meatless Monday: Mother\'s Day Brunch

Not sure what to do this Mother’s Day? We’ve got you covered with a complete vegetarian brunch menu.

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 13. Not sure what to do? How about a meatless Mother’s Day brunch? We’ve got you covered with a complete vegetarian menu your mom (and grandmother, aunt, siblings, and cousins) is sure to love!

Depending on the number of people you’re cooking for, choose one or more from each of the following categories.

Baked goods are a sweet treat in the morning, and can be made the night before to save time.

  • Cinnamon Pecan Banana Bites
  • Berry Crisp
  • Cinnamony Apple Bread Pudding
  • Blueberry Scones

There are two kinds of breakfast people: those who prefer sweet in the morning, and those who prefer savoury. If your mom is the latter, these are for you.

  • Thyme, Tomato, and Corn Pancakes
  • Crepes with Summer Vegetables and Herb Sauce
  • Devilled Eggs
  • Asparagus Frittata with Toasted Hemp Nori
  • Popover Egg Pies
  • Punchy Potato Salad

Don’t settle for plain old tea or coffee—choose a more creative hot or cold beverage depending on the weather. Nothing beats sipping a cool iced latte on the patio on a warm day.

  • Healthy Iced Matcha Latte
  • Blackcurrant Iced Tea
  • Ambrosia
  • Ginger Lemonade
  • Dark Hot Chocolate


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