This Mother’s Day, show mom how much you care by arranging a delicious brunch with all of her loved ones. Whether she prefers sweet or savory, she’ll love this gluten-free Mother’s Day brunch menu.
Avocado & Beet Hummus Toast
Kick things off with a dish that’s sure to get everyone’s attention. This Avocado & Beet Hummus Toast from Iowa Girl Eats features bright, beet-red hummus topped with fresh, green avocados, rich goat cheese, and zesty microgreens. Add these layers to your favorite gluten-free toast to create a winning combination of sophisticated flavors.
GeeFree Smoked Salmon & Avocado Pizza
Bagels and lox are traditional brunch fare, but these bready breakfast items can be incredibly filling. Lighten up with our Smoked Salmon & Avocado Pizza, which has a gluten-free puff pastry crust and toppings like smoked salmon, capers, sour cream, and avocado. You can be sure everyone will want a slice of this savory treat!
No brunch is complete without bacon. But why serve up standard slices when you can glaze them with maple syrup? This Maple-Glazed Bacon recipe from Williams Sonoma couldn’t be easier and takes just a few minutes to bake. Serve alongside an egg dish, and this bacon will disappear in a flash.
Tomato, Mushroom, and Swiss Frittata
Mom will love this Tomato, Mushroom, and Swiss Frittata from Fearless Dining, thanks to its balance of fresh tomatoes, meaty mushrooms, and savory Swiss cheese. Add a little bacon to the mix, or just serve your Maple-Glazed Bacon on the side.
Strawberry Spinach Salad With Berry Dressing
Any good brunch menu features fresh, juicy fruit, but it you’d rather skip the fruit salad, this Strawberry Spinach Salad With Berry Dressing from Gluten-Free Goddess looks like the perfect solution. With sweet strawberries, tangy balsamic vinegar dressing, and fresh spinach and greens, this salad takes fresh fruit to a whole new level.
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Buns
Top things off with an irresistible treat Mom is sure to love: Gluten-Free Cinnamon Buns from Gluten-Free on a Shoestring. These delicious buns don’t require yeast or rising time, so they come together quickly. Bake up a double batch to make sure everyone gets to try these sweet, cinnamon-y pastries.
Add some coffee, mimosas, and fresh flowers to the table to make this gluten-free Mother’s Day brunch one to remember.