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      10 recipes for Mother’s Day brunch

      UPDATED May 3, 2021: Prepare brunch at home this Mother’s Day. Not only can you prepare mom’s favorite recipes, but you can also make sure her favorite cocktail is ready and waitingbecause what’s brunch without champagne? These 10 recipes are sure to wow mom on her day. Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful mothers, grandmothers, and moms-to-be out there.

      1. Eggs benedict

      Eggs Benedict with Asparagus - easy poached eggs and blender hollandaise - from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @HamiltonBeach #brunch

      Eggs Benedict is a brunch staple. The creamy hollandaise complements the salty ham and crisp asparagus. The dish is simple but deliciousperfect for a special Mother.

      2. Blueberry pomegranate mimosas

      The Blue Pom-Pom is the perfect brunch cocktail - a mimosa with fresh blueberry pomegranate juice from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @HamiltonBeach

      Your mom may appreciate a good cocktail every now and then. These blueberry pomegranate mimosas combine blueberries, pomegranate seeds and champagne to make a refreshing cocktail that is sure to add a pop of color to the brunch table.

      3. Slow cooker overnight cinnamon rolls

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      Want to spend time with mom and not stress in the kitchen on Mother’s Day? Make these slow cooker overnight cinnamon rolls the night before and bake them in the morning. All you’ll have left to do is ice them before sitting down to eat.

      4. Rice cooker Cajun shrimp and grits

      Rice Cooker Shrimp and Grits

      Shrimp and grits is one of those perfect brunch dishes. Save on time and cleanup and make these flavorful Cajun shrimp and grits from start to finish in the rice cooker. While the cheesy, creamy grits are a classic Southern breakfast, the andouille sausage and spiced shrimp make this a meal.

      5. Banana stuffed French toast

      Banana Stuffed French Toast from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach

      The only way french toast could get any better is stuffing it with bananas. Satisfy mom’s sweet tooth this Mother’s Day and serve this banana stuffed French toast piled high with whipped cream.

      6. Tator tot waffles

      Tater Tot Waffle

      Why make plain waffles for mom when you could make tot waffles? They're are incredibly easy to make and so tasty. All you need is a bag of your favorite frozen tater tots and a waffle maker.

      7. Brunch board

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      Surprise mom with the brunch board of her dreams when you build one with all of her favorite foods. Choose a few recipes and bring out your trusted appliances to help pull it off. Make muffins ahead using your toaster oven. Prepare pancakes on the griddlewaffles in the waffle makeregg bites in the egg bite maker, bacon and sausage can be cooked in the air fryer.

      8. Lavender blackberry latte

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      Instead of taking mom to her favorite coffee shop on Mother’s Day, make this lavender blackberry latte at home. Serve this treat either before or after brunch.

       

      9. Turkey club panini

      Turkey Club Panini
      Break out the panini press this Mother’s Day and make dressed-up grilled cheese sandwiches for the entire family. This Turkey Club Panini combines turkey, tomatoes, sharp cheddar cheese and barbecue sauce to make a killer sandwich. Serve with iced-tea or an ice-cold beer and mom’s favorite chips or homemade french fries.

      10. Delicious DIY muffins

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      Every mom deserves dessert on Mother’s Day. Celebrate mom by baking these delicious muffins. Make one flavor or make them all and be sure to impress mom this year. 


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