Okay, don’t be intimidated by my post title. While there are 150 favorite gluten-free Mother’s Day brunch recipes included here, two of the links—from my Bountiful Bread Basket series—make up 100 of them! Whew! I know … you thought I was going to overload you there!
Now what do you think of when you think of the ideal gluten-free Mother’s Day brunch recipes? And, incidentally, brunch is definitely more this mother’s speed. I do not like getting up early! The brunch that lingers into the early afternoon. That’s totally my thing! In fact, that timing could be my only Mother’s Day “gift” and I’d be thrilled! But I digress.
When you think of the perfect gluten-free Mother’s Day brunch recipes, I’m guessing gluten-free pancakes and waffles come to mind for sure. Maybe French Toast. Cinnamon rolls. What else? Egg recipes like muffins, quiches, and casseroles. Scones. (They’re not just for tea parties.) Special beverages like smoothies and morning cocktails. Even desserts perhaps? I thought I’d share some ideas with you all for tomorrow, whether you’re entertaining a crew, two, or one.
Even making a single recipe from this roundup could make Mother’s Day special for the mother figure(s) in your life! Maybe that’s your Mom, someone else who “mothers” you, or you yourself, for all your “mothering.” We are so lucky to have many mothers among us. Some have human children of their own, some have human children of others that they “look after,” some have those adorable furry babies—dogs, cats, horses, and more—that get their love and attention.
Because Son is off on his own—and has been for a good while—I’m in the stage of life where it’s our dear collie, Sonny, who I’m mothering the most on a daily basis. Mr. GFE is glad that it is not him that I’m fussing over! (Well, not too much anyway. Hehe.)
Here are my brunch favorites, from gfe and blogger friends. By the way, I do plan to get back to single recipe posts, review posts, and the like this coming week. I won’t be doing recipe roundups every time I post. I know they’re fun, but can be a little overwhelming at times with all the choices offered. But, goodness, there are some delicious choices here. Happy Mother’s Day, everyone!
Gluten-Free Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes
~ 2-Minute Cinnamon Rolls (Free Range Cookies)
~ Almond Flour Cinnamon Roll Pancakes (Gluten-Free Homemaker)
~ Angel Food Cake (Gluten-Free Homemaker)
~ Apple Quinoa Breakfast Muffins (Ricki Heller)
~ Bacon Muffins (GAPS Diet Journey)
~ Banana Split Muffins (Pocketfuls)
~ Basil Prosciutto Corn Cakes (Jenn Oliver)
~ Breakfast Casserole (Gluten-Free Cat)
~ Cinnamon Apple Cake (Gluten Free Fix)
~ Cinnamon Bun Cake (Cook IT Allergy Free)
~ Cinnamon Sugar Donut Muffins (In Johnna’s Kitchen)
~ Coffee Cake Muffins (Celiac in the City)
~ Crunchy Grain-Free Cereal (Gluten Free SCD and Veggie)
~ Curried Sweet Potato and Cauliflower Hash (In Johnna’s Kitchen)
~ Dreamy Carrot Cake (Gluten-Free Spinner)
~ Egg Muffins (Kalyn’s Kitchen)
~ Double Strawberry Waffles (Liv Gluten Free)
~ Glazed Doughnut Holes (The Non-Dairy Queen)
~ Lavender Blueberry Bars (Hunter’s Lyonesse)
~ Lemon Blueberry Waffles (Healthy Slow Cooking)
~ Lemon Cake Donuts (Free Range Cookies)
~ Orange Blueberry Muffins (Cook Eat Paleo)
~ Orange Dark Chocolate Chip Scones (Elana’s Pantry)
~ Paleo Sweet Potato Muffins (Tessa, The Domestic Diva)
~ Raspberry Mousse (Fearless Dining)
~ Savory Leek and Potato Brunch Muffins (Kickshaws)
~ Sneaky Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins (ChaCha’s Gluten-Free Kitchen)
~ Spicy Caprese Cocktail (Spabettie)
and, last but not least, probably my favorite:
~ Volcano Pancake This recipe seems to have so many different names. Whether you call it Yorkshire Pudding, German Puff Pancake, Dutch Baby, or “that wonderful thing you make” (as one gfe friend calls it), just make it and enjoy it! No two Volcano Pancakes are alike so don’t be surprised if yours doesn’t look like the photo below, especially since the one shown below was a “mistake.” I accidentally baked the pancake shown at 450F for 15 minutes versus 400F for 30 minutes. Thank goodness my nose told me it was done because I had no idea I had set the temperature incorrectly. I don’t recommend the higher temperature necessarily, but the results can turn out just fine if you’re not awake when you begin cooking, or even if you’re in a hurry perhaps and intentionally use the higher temperature!