Whether your mom is vegan or not, she’ll absolutely LOVE these recipes for Mother’s Day Brunch! Here are my all time favorite vegan breakfast and brunch recipes that you can share with your mom this Mother’s Day.
Pancakes are one of my favourite foods because I’m obsessed with maple syrup. These pancakes are crispy, fluffy, and coconuty! They’re super easy to make and you can use a variety of flours.
When I make brunch, I like to have a pretty equal balance of sweet and savoury on the table. My absolute favourite recipes are the ones that transform a typically non-vegan dish to a vegan one that uses simple, wholesome ingredients, like this chickpea omelet! Nothing artificial or simulated here to re-create this classic! A few secret ingredients make this dish extra yummy.
Rawnola is a raw version of granola that has very simple ingredients and can me made in a food processor in under 5 minutes. It is very versatile and can be added to smoothie bowls, eaten with milk and fruit, topped onto desserts, and more! My recipe includes buckwheat groats. This is not always a common staple food, so you can leave it out if you don’t have access to this ingredients. You will need to add additional oats to compensate. I love the buckwheat for extra crunch and nutrition!
This Chia Parfait is a healthy alternative to traditional parfaits filled with dairy, sugar, and gluten!
This is a basic, super quick granola recipe. You can add any flavours you like to make it your own!
Another pancake recipe. Are you surprised? This is a great Mother’s Day recipe because these pancakes are the perfect breakfast or brunch for Spring! Blueberry and lemon are a match made in heaven. Lemon juice and lemon zest add freshness and tangyness to this delicious pancake recipe that is ready in 10 minutes! They’re also vegan and oil-free.
We’ve covered meals, no onto drinks! This super detoxifying Beet Lemon Ginger Juice is incredibly refreshing and naturally sweet. It complements any breakfast perfectly.
You can make glorious anti-inflammatory Golden Milk even quicker by creating a make ahead mix! Blend these spices together and use 1 tsp per 1 1/2 cups milk! Each batch is 32 servings.