6 Easy Mother's Day Brunch Recipes Even Your Mother-in-Law Will Love
Camille Styles, founder of the eponymous lifestyle blog, has garnered a frenzied fan base over her mindful living habits. Here, she shares her favorite brunch recipes with MyDomaine.
Our moms give us endless support, advice, and laughs, asking for little in return. What better way to show our gratitude than by throwing an epic Mother's Day brunch? Of course nothing says "the pressure's on" quite like entertaining your mother, grandma, aunts, and perhaps even your mother in-law. Not only do they deserve something extra special as a thank-you for the countless meals they’ve prepared, but with the whole family gathered around the table, there's sure to be at least one critic in the bunch. Luckily, we've got a menu that is sure to satisfy all tastebuds yet is also ridiculously easy to prepare. Keep reading for the perfect brunch menu you can actually pull off.
What's better than toast? Tartines, of course! The radishes and herbed goat cheese make these simply stunning. Bake the slices of toast before guests arrive, and set out a few sophisticated toppings for an easy way to serve a crowd.
Waffles are always a winner on the brunch table, and this vegan version is made even healthier with the additions of spelt flour and carrots, making them taste delightfully like carrot cake. Set out a variety of toppings on the table, and let your guests go to town.
Bacon and eggs are a match made in breakfast heaven, but for special occasions like Mother's Day, you've got to put a twist on the ol' classic. These breakfast pies use store-bought puff pastry for quick and easy assembly. Remove these golden-brown goodies from the oven when your guests arrive, and you're sure to get a reaction.
It's a happy coincidence that strawberry season and Mother's Day coincide, making this bowl of fresh berries and yogurt the perfect way to add a bit of sweetness to the menu. The best part about this dish? It can be made in advance and tastes even better after the strawberries have had some time to marinate in the lemon and thyme.
Greet sleepy guests at the door with this Vietnamese coffee. Condensed milk takes this version to the next level, adding just enough decadence to make it feel party-worthy.
While we'd never turn down a mimosa, why not make things a little more interesting with this bursting-with-spring strawberry paloma? Muddled strawberries add color and sweetness. This is the perfect drink to mix up in a large pitcher so guests can help themselves.
For more easy inspiration on living your happiest, healthiest life, visit Camille at her blog, Camille Styles.