25 Delicious Mother’s Day Breakfast Ideas

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It’s Mother’s Day!

This means it’s time for husbands, partners, boyfriends and (god forbid) children to step into the kitchen and whip up a delicious, nutritious, and gorgeous breakfast for the main women in their lives: Mum!

If you’re a partner who’s desperately looking for ideas, you’re in the right place. If you’re a mother looking to provide aforementioned partner with ideas, you’re also in the right place!

Below you’ll find 25 delicious Mother’s Day breakfast ideas, so dig in!

1. Overnight Blueberry French Toast Casserole

There are so many things to love about this simple and tasty Overnight Blueberry French Toast Casserole, and the delightful flavours are definitely among them!

2. Mushroom, Goat Cheese and Herb Fritatta

A savoury breakfast always goes down a treat in our house on Mother’s Day, particularly one as yummy as this Mushroom, Goat Cheese and Herb Fritatta.

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Breakfast Ideas via blog.williams-sonoma.com

3. Lemon Cream Cheese Danish

We love a Lemon Cream Cheese Danish as much as the next person, so serve it up on Mother’s Day for a truly happy mum!

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4. Vanilla Protein Smoothie Bowl

If you’re catering for a mum on a health kick, this Vanilla Protein Smoothie Bowl is a great option. It’s full of all the good stuff a busy mum needs!

Breakfast Ideas via bareblends.com.au

5. Cinnamon French Toast Bites

French toast is already a pretty great thing to wake up to, but these Cinnamon French Toast Bites up the ante just a little bit more. Hell yeah.

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6. Coconut Flour Crepes

If you love crepes but you just aren’t into the gluten or the heaviness, these Coconut Flour Crepes are a fantastic Mother’s Day breakfast alternative.

7. Breakfast Pull Apart Bread

Who says that motherhood means you’ll never be able to eat with your hands again. We love this Breakfast Pull Apart Bread so much, we’d eat it every day.

8. Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins

These Pumpkin and Cream Cheese Muffins bring together two of our favourite flavours, as well as a whole lot of other yumminess, in one delicious package.

9. Blueberry Croissant Puff

If you’re looking for something simple and kid-friendly to cook, this Blueberry Croissant Puff is definitely worth considering. Yummy.

10. Whole Grain Waffles

Nobody said that waffles had to be unhealthy, and these Whole Grain Waffles, topped with strawberry and yoghurt, are a great example of this!

11. Easy Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

Oooh, this Easy Cheese Breakfast Casserole looks like the ultimate comfort food to take up to on Mother’s Day. Sounds good to us!

12. Mini Pancake Stacks

These mini Pancake Stacks are so cute we would probably make disgusting cutesy noises if they showed up on our breakfast plates. You’ve been warned.

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13. Blackberry Muffins

Who said that Mother’s Day breakfasts have to be complicated? These Blackberry Muffins focus more on flavour, and they are absolutely incredible.

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14. Honey Lime Rainbow Fruit Salad

This Mother’s Day, why not taste the rainbow without the candy? This Honey Lime Rainbow Fruit Salad has all the colours, plus a whole lot of fresh fruit!

15. Chocolate Pull-Apart Loaf

Breakfasts like this Chocolate Pull-Apart Loaf really speak to us as mums. They say: Eat me before a child does!

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Breakfast Ideas via thebeeroness.com

16. Hash Brown Egg Nests

We love the balance of yummy breakfast flavours in these Hash Brown Egg Nests, which are absolutely rounded out with some avocado. Perfect!

17. Lemon Raspberry Chia Pudding

Not everyone is a fan of meals like this Lemon Raspberry Chia Pudding, but if chia is your thing then this breakfast is just about perfect for you!

18. Breakfast Pies

Mother’s Day breakfasts don’t always get it right, but these delightful Breakfast Pies definitely will. They look good, and we bet they taste even better.

19. Lemon Blueberry Pancakes

Pancakes are a wonderful thing to wake up to on Mother’s Day, particularly when they’re these Lemon Blueberry Pancakes, which look incredible.

20. Baked French Toast Muffins

French toast comes in many forms, but personally, we think these Baked French Toast Muffins are the most interesting, and the most suited to a busy mum life!

21. Berry And Yoghurt Crumbles

Stunning to look at and yummy to boot, these Berry And Yoghurt Crumbles are impossible to get wrong, which makes them perfect for Mother’s Day!

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22. Breakfast Pizza

A good Breakfast Pizza will solve everyone’s problems, even if you’re a mother and you have way more than 99 problems, obviously.

23. French Toast Roll Ups

French Toast Roll Ups aren’t just the cutest way to enjoy your Mother’s Day breakfast, they’re also one of the funnest to put together!

24. Apple Pie Pancakes

These Apple Pie Pancakes really deliver when it comes to brekkie, and we would be delighted to have them served up to us this Mother’s Day!

25. Glazed Mixed Berry Scones

A good scone is hard to beat, and these Glazed Mixed Berry Scones are pretty much the best we’ve ever seen. Don’t delay, bake today!

Which of these delicious Mother’s Day breakfast ideas would you like to have?

25 Delicious Mothers Day Breakfast Ideas | Stay at Home Mum.com.au

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