28 Blogs Filled with Ideas on How to Host a Mother’s Day Brunch

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Moms deserve the world for all of the work that they do and the many hats that they wear in any given day. With Mother’s Day right around the corner, why not show Mom how much you appreciate her by serving up a Mother’s Day brunch?  You can impress her with your culinary skills, which you learned from her of course, by cooking up a combination of sweet and savory dishes.  Planning the perfect brunch can take time, and you’ll probably need some tips for executing it perfectly.  If you don’t have time to plan or you aren’t very handy in the kitchen, you can find ideas for easier brunch ideas under the Quick and Easy Tips section.  Aside from mom, the most important thing about the brunch is the food.  Find some ideas on how to put together the best menu for your mom. Once you prepare the food, you’ll want to think about how to plate the meal in a visually appealing way, and the ideas under Setting the Perfect Table can help. These 28 blog posts are filled with inspiring ideas that you can use for brunches all year long.

Planning the Brunch

If you’ve got time, it’s a smart idea to plan out your brunch.  You don’t want to spend the whole day in the kitchen cooking and miss out on a chance to spend time with Mom!  Think about dishes that you can make ahead or that can be served at room temperature.  Make sure that you have a mixture of sweet and savory dishes.  You can even come up with a theme for your bunch. Check out these seven blog articles for ideas to get you started.

Creating the Menu

A week or two before Mother’s Day you will want to start gathering your recipes and creating a list of items that you need.  Be sure to check the sale flyers to see if you can buy anything at a bargain price. Making a list before you head to the store is imperative, as you don’t want to start cooking only to realize you forgot a key ingredient. The day before, you should go through all of your recipes and double check that you bought everything you need.  It can also save you time to make as many dishes ahead of time as possible. Take a look at these seven blog posts for some potential recipe ideas.

Setting the Perfect Table

Moms love to be pampered, and sitting at a beautifully decorated table is one way that you can show her just how special you think she is. To decorate the table, grab some glasses at the dollar store and fill them with fresh flowers.  Cut them low so that your guests can see each other.  Make sure you use a table cloth and nice dishes.  If you don’t have these items, see if you can borrow or rent them. These seven blogs will help you create the perfect table setting for your brunch.  Remember, if you don’t have a huge table to seat everyone, you can serve buffet style and allow people to mill around with their plates or use TV trays.

Quick & Easy Tips

If you’ve waited a bit too long or you just aren’t that talented in the kitchen, don’t worry – there are simple solutions. Instead of trying to prepare complicated dishes when cooking isn’t your forte, check out the prepared section of your grocery store for some tasty treats that don’t require a lot of extra work. Make pretty yogurt parfaits by layering fruit and yogurt in a nice glass.  Buy croissants from the neighborhood bakery and serve with a selection of jams that you’ve put into little bowls.  These seven blogs will help your brunch come together quickly and easily.

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