/31 Mothers Day Brunch, Lunch, And Dinner Ideas If Youre Celebrating At Home

31 Mothers Day Brunch, Lunch, And Dinner Ideas If Youre Celebrating At Home

Nothing says “I love you, Mom” like a delicious meal.

Mother’s Day is right around the corner. If you’re still deciding on your brunch, lunch, or dinner menu, here’s some inspiration. Because for all she does, mom deserves a delicious day.


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Treat mom to breakfast in bed…but make enough for the whole family to enjoy. These fluffy, warm pancakes will be a crowd favorite.

Recipe: Lemon Ricotta Pancakes


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You don’t need many ingredients to whip up this cast iron skillet breakfast, but the final result tastes sooo good. Tater tots, eggs, bacon bits, cheese, and avocado is pretty much all you need.

Recipe: Tater Tot Breakfast Pizza


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If you’re making eggs for a group, consider this sheet pan version. You can load ’em up with whatever cheese, veggies, or meat you have in your fridge from tomato, feta, and smoked salmon to peppers, Gruyère, and bacon.

Recipe: Everything But The Bagel Sheet Pan Eggs


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Pasta salad gets a flavorful twist, inspired by Mexican street corn. It’s made with grilled sweet corn, paprika, lime juice, Cotija cheese, avocado, and cilantro. Perfect for a picnic or backyard lunch.

Recipe: Elote Mexican Corn Pasta Salad


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These cheesy, doughy bites (known as gougeres in French) are loaded with mozzarella and Parmesan and pair perfectly with whatever else you’re cooking.

Recipe: French Cheese Puffs


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These easy quiche bites start with store bought phyllo shells. This recipe calls for Swiss cheese, chives, and bacon, but you can really use whatever ingredients you like best in your eggs.

Recipe: Quiche Loraine Bites


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These open-faced croque madames are so decadent and so easy to make. Toast is topped with mustard, ham, and cheesy mornay sauce. Drop a yolk onto each slice of toast and broil until golden brown and bubbly.

Recipe: Croque Madame Toast


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Start with a rotisserie chicken (or leftover shredded chicken breasts), and add plain Greek yogurt, slivered almonds, apples, and cranberries. Serve on sliders, on toast, or with crackers.

Recipe: Better-For-You Chicken Salad Sliders


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Eggs, toast, and avocado are better together, so turn all three ingredients into one satisfying, open-faced toast. Topped with chives and radishes, you’ve got an impressive meal with just a handful of ingredients.

Recipe: Shaved Egg Avocado Toast


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Not a fan of chicken? Try making these skewers with shrimp or keep them totally vegetarian. If you’re feeling lazy, grab your favorite store bought pesto.

Recipe: Caprese Chicken Skewers


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You can whip up this rich and zesty lemon ricotta pasta using mostly pantry staples. Top your bowl with chili flakes and fresh arugula with an extra squeeze of lemon.

Recipe: Lemon Ricotta Pasta With Arugula


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Start with jumbo lump crab meat to make this extra fancy eggs Benedict, which is topped with the most decadent (and easiest) blender Hollandaise sauce.

Recipe: Crab and Avocado Benedict


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A new take on a classic Niçoise salad, this sheet pan recipe calls for salmon, asparagus, green beans, tomato, red onion, artichoke hearts, and olives, all roasted until tender and then drizzled with a homemade dressing made with olive oil, garlic, capers, and lemon.

Recipe: Sheet Pan Salmon Nicoise


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Homemade, buttery shortcake is baked until golden and flaky. Then it’s filled with a fresh strawberry, sugar, and lemon filling and topped with whipped cream, of course.

Recipe: Strawberry Shortcake


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Strawberries, mint, rum, and limes are all you really need to shake up these springy mojitos. Top them off with club soda and sip.

Recipe: Strawberry Mojitos


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This pretty pink sangria can be made by the pitcher, and it actually gets more delicious as it sits in the fridge.

Recipe: Rosé Sangria

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