Mother’s Day is practically synonymous with brunch. And why not? Who doesn’t love spending a Sunday morning sleeping in a little bit longer and eating some good food?
The only drawback to this setup is the health factor. Brunch foods are delicious, sure. Healthy? Not so much.
That’s why I wanted to round up some recipes that were worthy of your Mother’s Day table in the taste and health categories.
- Peanut Butter and Jelly Pancakes. It’s breakfast. It’s lunch. It’s…brunch!
- Spinach Artichoke Egg Casserole. It’s like spinach artichoke dip, but in breakfast form!
- Whole Wheat Blueberry Muffins. A picture is worth a thousand words, right?
- Cheesy Sausage Quiche. Since it only has 140 calories, it’d probably be ok if you had 2 slices.
- Sprouted Buckwheat Waffles with Blood Orange Whipped Butter. Need I say more?
- Honey Dipped Donut Waffles. Donut. Waffles.
- Baked Eggs with Garlic Kale and Sun-Dried Tomatoes. Want to try a gluten free recipe this Mother’s Day?
- Cardamom Amaranth Maple Granola. You could go all gluten-free for brunch with this recipe.
- Pink Pancakes with Greek Yogurt and Warm Berries. Don’t worry, there’s no food dye in these – the color comes from beets!
- Vegan Apple Mahleb Spelt Coffee Cake. I’m not going to pretend to know what all of the ingredients are, but based off the picture, I want to learn!
- Vegan Buckwheat Waffles. These waffles are vegan and gluten free, but taste just like whole wheat waffles! Mom will love them.
- Healthier Double Chocolate Zucchini Muffins. If you can sneak a vegetable into a food, you should do it. Every time.
What are your preparing for Mom this mother’s day? Moms, this is the perfect time to start hinting to your kids 🙂
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