7 Unique Brunch Ideas for Mother’s Day

Try these brunch recipes for an easy meal for your mom.

from Midweek Meals Made Easy
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Country Frittata

Creamy butternut squash works brilliantly with the distinctive flavor of leeks in this simple and speedy brunch recipe. Serve with a spinach salad and boiled new potatoes.

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Salmon and Artichoke Open Omelet

For a quick trick with eggs, top with smoked salmon, aromatic dill and soured cream to transform a simple omelets into a substantial and luxurious dish. Serve with crusty wholegrain bread and a crisp salad. Brunch is served!

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Tunisian Ratatouille With Eggs

Warm North African spices add a tangy flavor to eggs nestled in a bed of colorful Mediterranean vegetables. Crusty bread is all you need to complete this deliciously easy brunch recipe

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Spinach and Parmesan Soufflés

Crème fraîche and breadcrumbs make a creamy base for Parmesan cheese and spinach in this stress-free version of a traditional soufflé. Serve with new potatoes and steamed baby vegetables for a quick brunch.

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Chunky Vegetable Fricassee

Fresh-tasting chunks of vegetables in a cheese custard, topped with nuts and crushed bread sticks, make a simple but filling vegetarian brunch recipe. Accompany with tagliatelle or a warmed baguette for a simple brunch.

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Potato and Camembert Bake

To speed up cooking this bistro dish – based on the tartiflette, from Savoy in France – use tiny new potatoes, then serve for brunch with cornichons, radishes and a dressed green salad.

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Cinnamon Strawberry Pancake

This simple pancake has the most fabulous, rich strawberry topping. Serve with cream or ice cream if you are serving this for a quick brunch dessert.

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