My brother and I have been cooking Mother’s Day brunch since I learned to turn on the stove. I had this great little step stool, with my name painted on it in purple letters, that was just the right height to help me reach the sink. Evan was only allowed to use a butter knife, but somehow we managed. And Mom choked down everything we made – from gritty coffee to undercooked potatoes to crunchy eggs.
Thankfully, our brunch menus have improved. Evan has graduated to a grown-up knife and I’ve learned how to properly crack an egg.
Do you cook for your mom on Mother’s Day? What do you make? If you need some inspiration this year, check out the brunch menu ideas below.
Healthy Brunch for Mom
Fresh Sliced Melon and
Brunch for Mom and a Crowd
with store-bought chicken apple sausage
and this Strawberry Rhubarb Cocktail