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25 Easy Make-Ahead Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

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This Mother’s Day, why not skip the store-bought stuff and enjoy a handmade holiday complete with a few wholesome make-ahead Mother’s Day brunch recipes? The founder of America’s Mother’s Day, Julia Ward Howe, eventually opposed the holiday she created because she regretted how commercialized it had become. And I wholeheartedly agree. Because while moms love cards and flowers, everyone over the age of four knows that what moms love best is something you made with your own two hands. So this Mother’s Day, break out the construction paper and glue and make your own card, pick some flowers from the backyard, and get in the kitchen and rattle those pots and pans. You’ll want to make as much in advance as you can. Not only does it make your life easier, a little foresight shows you care and makes it clear this isn’t something you threw together at the last minute. Here are 25 scrumptious recipes you can make ahead of time for a brunch that will show that special lady how much you care.

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25 Easy Make-Ahead Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

25 Scrumptious Make-Ahead Recipes for Mother's Day Brunch

Cook up a tasty homemade feast with one of these 25 easy make-ahead Mother's Day brunch recipes. 

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Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell write the blog Brooklyn Supper, dedicated to seasonal ingredients and wholesome home cooking. Read bio and latest posts → Read Elizabeth's latest posts →

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