Mother’s Day is just around the corner so I am gathering up some Mother’s Day Recipes to help you celebrate the holiday. Here are easy and crowd pleasing recipes for brunch and dinner.
Did you know that Mother’s Day is the busiest day of the year at most restaurants? Why not skip the crowds and make a special meal at home. Whether you want to serve brunch or dinner, I have gathered up some menu ideas.
Mother’s Day Recipes
These recipes for brunch, dinner, and dessert will help you decide what to cook for Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes
Here are a mix of breakfast and lunch recipes that you can mix and match to make a brunch feast.
This recipe is easy to make for a crowd. Squares of puff pastry gets brushed with pesto and topped with asparagus, cheese, and an egg. Once baked the white is fully cooked and the yolk is still runny.
I spent weeks perfecting this recipes for Blueberry Muffins. This recipe makes bakery style muffins, the type that are slightly crisp on the top and fluffy in the middle.
Eggs in Prosciutto Cups
If you want to make brunch, here are some sweet and savory options. Let’s start with the easiest option. The prosciutto egg cups pictured above is a two ingredient recipe! Just place slices of prosciutto in a muffin tin so that they cover the surface of the cups, and crack eggs into the cups. Bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees and serve.
The lemon gives the pancakes a fresh flavor while the ricotta gives them a spongey texture. I love to serve them with strawberries on top.
Scones are so easy to make and they are a great addition to a brunch. You can serve with jam and/or clotted cream. Or you can top with a vanilla glaze like Starbucks does.
I like to serve a mix of breakfast and lunch foods when I host a brunch. This Brussels and Kale Salad is inspired by the beloved salad at Blue Door Farm Stand in Chicago.
Greek Chicken Pitas
Greek food is so fun for a party. I like to make chicken and then serve it with pitas, tzatziki, feta, hummus, and a tomato cucumber salad and then let people snack or make their own pita sandwiches.
Mother’s Day Dinner Recipes
Or if you plan to cook dinner, here are a few recipes that I think your Mom will love.
A classic recipe with spring flavors, this Chicken Piccata has a lemon white wine sauce, mushrooms, and capers.
Risotto is easy to scale to feed a crowd and you can customize it to include your Mom’s favorite vegetables and cheese.
One of my favorite recipes, this pasta is made with a roasted tomato, beef, and mascarpone sauce.
Pork is easy to cook and affordable. This recipe for pork loin has a white wine, shallot, and mushroom gravy.
My Mom’s recipe for Chicken Marsala is a go-to for special occasions and it can be prepared a day in advance and then reheated.
Beef Tenderloin is a great special occasion meal, plus it cooks quickly.
Mother’s Day Dessert Recipes
Dessert turns a meal into a celebration! Here are some delicious options.
This cake made with layers of crepes and strawberry custard is a showstopper. You can save time by using store-bought crepes.
This pie is a bit of a hybrid between a blueberry pie and a cheesecake. It’s easy to make but so unique!
A very easy recipe for a Nutella pie that you can prepare in just 15 minutes. It tastes similar to chocolate silk pie. Just remember that the pie does need to chill for an hour before serving.