Get out of the way, apples! There’s a new fritter in town, and it goes by Peach. Seriously, these things are absolutely ahhhmazing! Soft, melt in your mouth peach fritters with maple glaze make the best fritter you'll ever have. I’m not baker, but I do like eating baked goods and I hope these are on my plate for Father’s Day. Not stealing your thunder, Moms. I’m just jealous. #TeamPeach!
If your mom likes a cake that’s a little crumbier, then double down on this walnut and cranberry coffee cake. Cranberries aren't just for the winter holiday season! This coffee cake can and should be enjoyed year-round and it makes a lovely addition to your Mother's Day brunch menu. It's sweet and slightly tart with a nice crunch from the walnuts. Yum!
What two words in the English language are better than “breakfast cake”? Guess what? They don’t exist! I’ve checked. Even better, this cake has everyone’s favorite antioxidant, blueberries! You’re certain to become Mom’s favorite kid when you give her a slice of this deliciousness. While one of our favorite Mother's Day brunch recipe, I promise you this breakfast cake is at home with a cup of coffee any day of the week.
This wildly flavorful broccoli cheddar zoodle bake uses a spiralizer to make noodles from zucchini. Throw in a bunch of other vegetables, Greek yogurt and a big fistful of cheese and you have a hearty, savory breakfast bake that makes a great addition to Mother's Day brunch. This simple veggie-packed dish pairs perfectly with all the other pastries and coffee cake you might be serving up.
This light and not-so-sweet lemon zucchini bread is topped with a lemony glaze that is insanely tasty. This easy quick bread recipe is on my list of must-make Mother's Day brunch recipes. This bread is flavorful and moist - and addicting! Did I mention that the added lemon icing is to die for? It takes this simple loaf of bread to the next level. Your mom is going to be so proud!
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