If you are stuck wondering what should be on your vegan Mother’s Day Brunch Menu, look no further. We have dozens of ideas for you to choose!
Mother’s do not want to cook on breakfast. There, I said it. Today we are sharing with you a ton of vegan Mother’s Day brunch menu ideas so that you can make the day special.
Now, this doesn’t have to be anything complicated. We have some really really easy ideas that we think you’ll love and would be perfect for kids (with adult supervision if needed) to make, up to some more complicated things like cinnamon rolls depending on experience.
No matter which option you choose, we hope you love what you make and the day is special.
PS. If you are a mom reading this, copy and paste it and say something like “wow, the peach cinnamon rolls in here look so good” hint, hint.
PPS. If you are hear because someone sent you this link with “wow, the lemon blueberry pancakes in here look amazing”, that’s your hint to make those for Mother’s Day
PPPS. If you are single, treat yourself friend!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What types of vegan Mother’s Day brunch recipes will I find here?
We have hundreds of ideas on our website for everything from breakfast to desserts, snacks, and main courses. Today we are focusing on more breakfast and lighter savory lunch fair. These are things more typically served at a brunch.
What do vegans eat for Mother’s day?
For starters, vegans each the same things that everyone else eats. Only, there are no animal products involved in their meals.
For Mother’s Day, think things like pancakes and cinnamon rolls, french toast, muffins, and more.
Can I make these recipes Top 8 Allergen Free?
We answer this is almost every single post we have, but since there are so many here, it’s hard to give one definitive answer.
Most of these recipes can be Top 8 Allergen Free if you follow our steps in each post.
All of the recipes below are vegan, which means they are naturally dairy and egg free if you have those allergies.
We do our best to make our recipes allergen friendly, and describe that in each post.
What should I do if I’m hosting a vegan over?
The best that you can do is be as accommodating as possible. Vegans have come to expect that not everything or even most of what is at a holiday meal is going to be suitable to them; however, that doesn’t mean that you can’t surprise them.
Make simple swaps like using oil or vegan butter in recipes, especially side dishes where butter is the only non-vegan ingredient.
Get more hosting tips here.
Is it wrong to take a meal to someone’s house if I’m the only vegan?
If you are going someone for Mother’s Day and that house isn’t vegan and you aren’t sure what will be available to you, then yes, you can.
It’s not rude to take over a plate of things you have made ahead of time. For meals we don’t host, we put it in reusable containers and warm it up at the hosts house.
Now, if you do this, be prepared people will ask questions, but it’s a great time to expose others to veganism.
We encourage you to make something to share. Often times, no one knows it’s vegan. Everyone wins!
Vegan Mother’s Day Brunch Menu
No matter what you choose, we hope you have a delicious and fun filled holiday!
Vegan Cinnamon Rolls
Cinnamon Rolls are a great vegan brunch option! They reheat really well! Here’s a few, but you can find even move vegan cinnamon roll ideas here.
Vegan Quick Bread
Throw some ingredients into a bowl, mix together and pour into a loaf pan. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Vegan Pancakes, Waffles, and More “Sweets”
There are so many brunch ideas, and it’s hard to list them all, so definitely check out more ideas throughout our site!
Savory Vegan Brunch Ideas
These are some more savory ideas like hashes and pizzas for brunch!
Vegan Mother’s Day Brunch Appetizers
Appetizers are great for serving on the side of things, tend to be more savory and bite sized.
Vegan Brunch Savory Sides
Sides are always the best and they go great with brunch menus too! Don’t see what you like, check out more than 20 vegan side dish ideas!
Here are some delicious vegan side dishes for Mother’s Day:
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Vegan Mother’s Day Brunch Bread Options
Bread is a must on any menu. You need it to dip in the gravy and just yum, carbs! Here’s some delicious options:
Vegan Mother’s Day Desserts
Dessert is the best part. It’s a must on anything Mother’s Day menu, so check out some ideas we have below of popular choices, but check out all our vegan dessert ideas if you need more inspiration!