14 Easy Mother’s Day Recipes

Easy Mother's Day Recipes

Making Mom breakfast in bed has never been easier! These easy breakfast recipes are beginner-cook friendly, so anyone can make them. As long as you can mix ingredients and turn the oven on, you can make these recipes. Make Mother’s Day the day she deserves by treating her to a delicious breakfast.

Bacon and Brie Omelette

Bacon and Brie Omelette

“If you are looking for a quick and easy breakfast that is sure to impress, then these bacon and brie omelettes are perfect! (They are an amazing treat for mom this Mother’s Day!” - Kevin
Apple Pancakes

Apple Pancakes

“Light and fluffy, they are quite delicious eaten by themselves without any topping. When I fixed these for a friend recently, he called them ‘sublime!’ See if you don't agree.” - David
No Yeast Blueberry Cinnamon Rolls

No Yeast Blueberry Cinnamon Rolls

“A ridiculously easy breakfast sweet roll is yours in no time. No Yeast Blueberry Cinnamon Rolls are fluffy, tender biscuit dough sweet rolls filled with blueberry jam and topped with a sweet glaze.” - Paula
Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Casserole

Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Casserole

“This is a great casserole. My family loves it! I serve it with a side of strawberry preserves.” - Christine
Hash Brown Waffles

Hash Brown Waffles

“Little more than piles of shredded potatoes, what separates superlative hash browns from the merely adequate hash browns all comes down to texture. Shatteringly crisp on the outside yet tender, even borderline creamy on the inside, it's a fine balance that's difficult to strike.” - Nicole
Lemon Cream Cheese Crescents

Lemon Cream Cheese Crescents

“These Lemon Cream Cheese Crescents are a lemon lovers dream ! I could not stop eating these...really I couldn’t. These buttery flaky crescents just melt in your mouth. The filling is full of lemon flavor but slightly sweet. I originally made these for a weekend brunch but it turned into a snack and even a dessert. Really these little crescents are very versatile and super easy to make.” - Debbie
Dairy Free Coconut Vegan Yogurt Fruit Parfait

Dairy Free Coconut Vegan Yogurt Fruit Parfait

“This parfait is the perfect way to start your day; packed with protein and antioxidants, it’s a super-easy-to-make breakfast and the very definition of ‘clean eating.’” - Shikha
Sunday Easy Breakfast Casserole

Sunday Easy Breakfast Casserole

“Easy, fast, filling, and yummy, the kids love it and during Sunday football season. It’s a winner!” - Andrea
Strawberry Stuffed French Toast Casserole

Strawberry Stuffed French Toast Casserole

“Super easy Strawberry Stuffed French Toast Casserole is stuffed with strawberries and cream cheese. It’s an easy and delicious breakfast bake!” - Paula
Summer Egg and Veggie Bake with Cheese

Summer Egg and Veggie Bake with Cheese

“What we have here is truly a one-pan wonder. All you need to do is lightly sauté the vegetables in the pan, add the egg and cheese and finish everything in the oven. If you don’t have a cast-iron or oven-safe pan, no worries. You can transfer everything from the pan into a regular casserole dish and bake. The cooking time should be roughly the same.” - Nicole
Ham Puffs

Ham Puffs

“My husband ate a pan of these delicious Ham Puffs. I will make them many times in the future. Children love tiny bites of food and they will love these. Thanks for this recipe!” - Maureen
Everyone's Favorite Sticky Buns

Everyone's Favorite Sticky Buns

“These are dangerously delicious... and easy! I had to substitute butterscotch pudding because the stores did not have any coconut. I placed the rolls in the fridge to rise overnight with the topping and in the morning it was an easy trip to the oven and then the breakfast table! Perfect!” - Liz
Breakfast Lasagna

Breakfast Lasagna

“This was such a huge hit that now I have to make it every time our family comes to visit. It has become a family favorite. You can make the cream the day before and assemble lasagna the morning you are having it.” - Lynn
Bonnie’s Dutch Baby with Fresh Fruit

Bonnie’s Dutch Baby with Fresh Fruit

“This is a good brunch recipe for a lazy Saturday morning. Unusual, giant popover appearance, this dish is so easy, and has been a favorite in my family for as long as I can remember. It takes just 15 minutes to bake it in the cast iron skillet. Fill it with fresh fruit, a squeeze of lemon, and a dusting of powdered sugar. Top with a dollop of whipped cream. Enjoy!” - Bonnie