Mother's Day is the perfect excuse to get out of the kitchen and let your husband and kids do the cooking! We're sharing our favorite Dad+kids proof recipes for a Mothers Day breakfast-in-bed OR for a family Mother's Day brunch. Go ahead and forward your sweetie the link to this post to ensure that one of these recipes ends up on your Mother's Day breakfast tray.
French Toast: This classic breakfast is one of our favorites because it's the perfect 'my pantry is empty but I have to cook breakfast' entree. Plus, it somehow just feels more fancy than pancakes. Let your husband monitor the cooking, but this is easy enough for the kids to help too. We love this classic recipe but you can personalize to fit your taste buds!
Quiche: If you're hosting family for a large brunch then consider making this classy quiche. Filled with delicious bacon, healthy spinach and a crispy buttery hash brown crust this quiche is not only beautiful, but it's tastiness is sure to be a crowd pleaser. There are lots of quiche recipes out there, but this is one of our favorites!
Overnight Ice Cream Cinnamon Rolls: If you haven't yet tried this cinnamon roll hack then you absolutely have to try these! They are gooey, buttery and oh so delicious ... we promise no one will be able to tell they're refrigerated rolls. Or that they're slathered in ice cream! Get the full recipe here.
Fruit Smoothies: If you're lucky enough to be served breakfast-in-bed on Mother's Day morning, then drop a hint for this mango peach smoothie to be on your breakfast tray. It's sweet, slightly tangy and full of antioxidants. Double the recipe so there is enough to share with the kids too! Get the recipe here.
What is your favorite Mother's Day brunch recipe? Leave us a comment and let us know!
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