Today I’m sharing 16 Mother’s Day Breakfast Recipes to make for Mom or someone special to you. There are recipes for eggs, muffins, pancakes, crumb cakes, scones and more.
Hey there! It’s been a bit since we’ve chatted, hasn’t it?
Life has changed since the last time I published a post. Even then it seemed strange to me to be talking about brownies while we were stocking up our pantries and watching everything shut down.
I’m sure we’re sharing some of the same issues, but not all. Our family is dealing with its own challenges, but so far, we’re staying healthy. I hope you are staying healthy too.
So, I’m not going to do a deep dive on the hopes, fears, joys and disappointments we face. (I could devote a whole separate blog to that.) We know the struggle is real. And honestly, we’re all pretty much inundated with the 24 hour news cycle anyway, not to mention our social media feeds.
No. We’re here today because we enjoy reading about food, looking at pretty pictures of food, talking about food or making food. So, the only thing I’ll say on the subject of current events is this….it’s been hard to find flour. If you bake at all, I know you know this.
Absolutely everyone is baking! So…..everyone’s out of flour. On line…in the store. And suffice to say I’m not going out daily to see if I can hit it just right when it’s delivered to the store.
No regular supply of flour means I can’t bake very much…at least any recipes that require flour. I was able to get a couple of bags a few weeks ago, but I am rationing that find for a future cake I need to make. So, developing and testing recipes until I get them just right isn’t really happening right now. At least ones that require flour.
Worse yet, I like to use unbleached flour, and then only certain brands of flour, so that poses an even greater challenge. I passed up one last lonely bag of bleached flour on the shelves this week. I may regret that later, but we’ll see how it goes.
For instance, I have been experimenting on and off with pizza dough, still trying to develop my perfect recipe. That used quite a bit of flour :/ I’m going to have to put that project on pause for a while until I can score more ingredients. And for that, once I land on the perfect crust, the type of flour I use is going to be important.
I’ve got some other recipes to share in the coming weeks. So, no worries. The blog marches on. We’re low on flour, but we’ve got toilet paper! So that’s a win, right? I mean, if you’ve got to choose something to be out of… ;)
Meanwhile, I’ve put together a fun little list for you of breakfast ideas to make for Mother’s Day. Some are easy. Some don’t require flour ;) Some are a little more involved. All are delicious.
So if you’re looking for some inspiration to treat your mom… or yourself…or anyone you love and care for, you’ve come to the right place! Breakfast is my favorite meal! (Along with brunch and afternoon tea, of course :)