15 Fabulous Vegan Brunch Recipes for Mom’s Day

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Mothers deserve to be valued for everything they do every day of the year! However, it’s especially important that they feel special on Mother’s Day. One of the best ways to show your appreciation for mothers and mother characters in your life is to turn them into a fabulous meal full of delicious vegan options. From vegan eggs benedict to champagne waffles, these recipes will make the moms in your life feel like the queens they are!

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1. The best mimosa

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Mimosa is a great party drink. They’re light, bubbly, and easy to sip when chatting with your best friends. And it’s pretty much the only drink that’s acceptable before 11am! So let’s start popping a couple of bottles. No doubt this is an easy mimosa recipe that everyone will love. However, there are a few tips / tricks to ensure you have the perfect sip every time. It all depends on the relationship and preparation. Get the details here to make Hannah Sunderanis the best mimosa!

2. Polenta frittata with mushrooms, tomatoes and basil

Polenta Frittata With Mushrooms, Tomato And Basil [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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This vegan mushroom, tomato, and basil polenta frittata by Hannah Sunderani is here to answer your hearty breakfast prayers! Polenta mixed with spices, fresh cherry tomatoes and white mushrooms is baked in the oven until it is crispy on the outside and indescribably “eggy” on the inside. The end result was hearty bliss reminiscent of egg frittata casserole.

3. Croissants filled with chocolate

Vegan croissants filled with chocolate

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These chocolate-filled croissants from Abby Thompson are the best croissants you will ever have thanks to coconut oil! When baking, the dough becomes so light and flaky and the chocolate melts. You won’t be able to resist trying any of these products straight out of the oven.

4th Buckwheat spinach crepes with mushrooms, pesto and tahini dressing

Buckwheat spinach crepes with mushrooms, pesto and tahini dressing

Source: Buckwheat Spinach Crepes with Mushrooms, Pesto and Tahini Dressing

Did you know that buckwheat is traditionally used for crepes in France? Buckwheat flour has an earthy taste, lots of nutrients, and is naturally gluten-free. These buckwheat spinach crepes with mushrooms, pesto, and tahini dressing by Niki Webster are lovely green with spinach, but you can add any herbs or leaves you want.

5. Peach cobbler muffins with toasted oats and brown sugar sprinkles

Vegan peach cobbler muffins with toasted oats and brown sugar sprinkles [Vegan]

Source: Peach Cobbler Muffins with Toasted Oats and Brown Sugar Sprinkles

These delicious Peach Cobbler Muffins with Toasted Oats and Brown Sugar Sprinkles from Amanda Froelich are a great addition to your weekly brunch menu. Filled with sweet juicy peaches and topped with crispy oats and brown sugar sprinkles, these are a great way to start the day or afternoon!

6. Cookies and Sauce

Cookies and Sauce

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Cookies and gravy is a popular breakfast dish in the south. Fluffy biscuits are coated with a creamy white sauce that is traditionally filled with sausage. This vegan version uses textured vegetable protein (TVP) as a substitute for the sausage. The creaminess of the sauce combined with the flaky layers of biscuits makes this the perfect, calming breakfast. You will love Francesca Bonadonna’s cookies and sauce!

7. Strawberry shortcake pancakes with coconut whipped cream

vegan strawberry shortcake pancakes with coconut whipped cream

Source: Strawberry Shortcake Pancakes with Coconut Whipped Cream

This is something for a special Sunday morning indulgence. It’s perfect for those lazy days when you want to take the mornings slow and indulge in an amazing breakfast with the people you love! You have to try making Kennedy Kitchings’ Strawberry Shortcake Pancakes with Coconut Whipped Cream!

8. Vegan carrot lox toast with herb cheese

Vegan carrot lox toast with herb cheese

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This vegan carrot lox toast with herb cheese from Loubna is a delicious brunch or snack idea. It’s full of smoky flavors from the carrot salmon and paired with creamy herbal cheese. This vegan carrot salmon and herb cheese goes well with crackers or rice cakes and also goes well with salads!

9. Raspberry and champagne waffles

Raspberry champagne waffles

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The raspberry champagne in these waffles is a great way to start the weekend off right! It gives these brunch delicacies a perfect and subtle sweetness. These raspberry and champagne waffles from Gina Fontana are ideal for guests or if you want to pamper yourself.

10. Shakshuka Dip

Shakshuka Dip

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Garlic, hearty, a bit of smoke and spice and overall pure satisfaction. This Shakshuka Dip from Kristen Genton is so perfect to share with friends (or keep it all to yourself!). It’s incredible.

11. Balsamic Strawberry Brioche French Toast

Balsamic Strawberry Brioche French Toast

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This Balsamic Strawberry Brioche French Toast by Shanika Graham-White combines all of the flavors as a great option for breakfast or brunch. This French toast is thick, delicious, uses a handful of ingredients, is naturally sweetened, and completely dairy-free and vegan. With a completely decadent balsamic flavor, this French toast dish is ready to be your family’s new staple.

12. Potato hash

Potato hash

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Hearty vegan oil-free breakfast potatoes that use rust-red potatoes, mushrooms, kale, and chickpeas to keep bellies full! They don’t just have to be for breakfast, eat them for lunch or dinner, or because potatoes are amazing. They’re a blank canvas just waiting for a delightful blend of spices to add some flavor, and they’re incredibly filling. You will love Allison Reynaud’s Potato Hash!

13. Baobab cinnamon buns

Baobab cinnamon rolls

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This baobab is like many baby cinnamon buns stacked together. Each piece of dough rolled into a little ball, dipped in cinnamon sugar, and then baked in a mountain of sticky, sticky, fluffy, tender and oh-so-delicious bread to top it off with a sprinkle of cinnamon icing. To eat, just rip the balls off, much like monkeys rip and pluck on their own food. The smell of this bread when cooked is amazing as the scent of cinnamon drifts through the kitchen. You will love Lauren Wright’s Monkey Bread Cinnamon Rolls!

14. Grilled Asparagus and Smoked Tofu Benedict

Grilled Asparagus and Smoked Tofu Benedict

Source: Grilled Asparagus and Smoked Tofu Benedict

This vegan version of Eggs Benedict is everything you would expect from this classic brunch dish and more. The smoky tofu and grilled asparagus form a perfect base on which to pour a luxurious, creamy, dairy-free hollandaise sauce. You’ll love Rebekah Waters’ grilled asparagus and smoked tofu Benedict!

15. Overnight French toast bake

Bake French toast

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This overnight French toast bake from Hannah Sunderani is cozy, cinnamon-like, and very calming! It’s a great way to use up day-long baguette and makes for a delicious brunch recipe that will delight a crowd.

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