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Mother’s Day Brunch Roundup

Mother’s Day Brunch Roundup on a Budget
Mother’s Day Brunch Roundup on a Budget

What are you doing for Mother’s Day this year? Going out for a nice brunch is always popular. Yet, if you are on a budget, you may not be able to foot the entire bill for the family. So making your own Mother’s Day budget brunch at home is a fabulous option. Planning a brunch would be such a treat!

Why not, instead, make momma something she will love and save your money for your bills. Momma would be SO proud of how she raised such a financially responsible person.

And if you are the hubby, trying to find something to do, these would be amazing options for breakfast in bed. Help the kids whip up one of these tasty dishes and serve mom while she relaxes and sleeps in! This is every mother’s dream!

Also, the best part is when it is homemade, mom knows came from the heart.

Think of all the things mom does for you! Washing your clothes, making you dinner, cleaning the house, putting away toys… The list goes on and on. Doesn’t mom deserve something special this year?

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I’ve compiled a list of some yummy recipes that you HAVE to try. Invite mom over and share your cooking skills with her and keep your money in your pocket because these are all budget-friendly recipes.

To all the moms out there, have a happy Mother’s Day.

Raspberry German Pancakes 

These look and sound SO good!

From: Life…Between the Kitchen and the Coop

fresh eggs, breakfast, egg recipe, delicious, raspberries

Lemon and Blueberry Coffee Cake

Coffee cake will add a perfect touch and she can snack on it all day.

From: Baking With Mom

Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake a breakfast or brunch recipe with lemon flavor, blueberry and a drizzle of frosting

Overnight Monkey Bread

My mom used to make this when I was a kid. She would love a surprise batch of this yummy bread and I’m hoping for some myself!

From: Mom Saves Money

monkeybread

Meat Lovers Breakfast Casserole

If you are looking for a hearty option, this is for you! It is so melty and cheesy!

From: Penny Pincher Jenny

This Meatlovers Breakfast Casserole is sure to be a hit with your whole family!! Easy to make and very filling perfect for a family brunch!

Country Quiche

Quiche adds a sophisticated touch to any brunch! I may even try this recipe for dinner sometime!

From: Lavende & Lemonade

Blueberry Cream Cheese Roll-Ups

Anything with blueberries and cream cheese is aiming to please!

From: Two Kids and a Coupon

Stuffed Blueberry French Toast Cream Cheese Roll ups

Easy Brunch Ideas: DIY Yogurt Bar

This would be creative and fun. The kids could make mom their own recipes!

From: Cooking With Books

Easy brunch ideas like a DIY yogurt bar are a fun, interactive way to celebrate Mother's Day. - Learn how to make one on CookingWithBooks.net

Bacon and Egg Cups

Not only are these super cute, but mouth watering!

From: Dancing Through the Rain

Bacon And Egg Cups

Cherry Turnovers With Homemade Cherry Pie Filling

Turnovers are sweet and deliscious.

From: The Rising Spoon

Cherry Turnovers with Homemade Cherry Pie Filling

The Most Delicious Pumpkin French Toast Bake

French toast with pumpkin…Need I say more?

From: Busy Bliss

Overnight Pumpkin French Toast Bake with streusel topping is great for breakfast, brunch, or dessert. If you’re looking for easy recipes, you have to add this to your Fall menu!

Mother’s Day Budget Brunch on a Budget Conclusion…

Think about all the wonderful things mom has done for you! She deserves the best this year and always!

My husband likes to cook and that monkey bread is looking really good right now. I’m going to have to drop a few hints! Remember, you do not have to spend a bunch of money to be thoughtful. Mom will be just as happy with your homemade goodies or my printable chore coupon book!

Have a happy Mother’s Day everyone!

Which one are you going to pick? Are you going to try more than one? Leave me a comment and let me know which one is your favorite!

Suggested Reading:

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5. 21 Things to Stop Buying to Save Money

6. 7 Lies You’ve Heard About Meal Planning and How to Start

8. The Ultimate Fall Slow Cooker Recipe Roundup

 

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