A Marvelous Mother's Day Brunch Menu

Show your mother how much you appreciate her with these extra special Mother's Day brunch menu ideas that are low in fat and sugar, but high in flavor. When Mom show's up for brunch, she's sure to be impressed and feel loved with the effort you put into making her day special. Whether she prefers a hearty omelet or decadent French toast, we've got something for every Mom in this list! 

EDR Cantaloupe Yogurt Smoothie

Give our Cantaloupe Yogurt Smoothie a whirl in your blender, and enjoy sipping it slowly as you savor every creamy fruit-filled taste. Mom will love how refreshing this smoothie tastes!

Fruit-Full Granola

Whether as a rise-n-shine breakfast or an energizing pick-me-up snack, our Fruit-Full Granola is bursting with the contrast of tastes and wholesome goodness of fresh berries and crunchy granola cereal.

Farm-Fresh Veggie Frittata

We've got a baked frittata recipe that's farm-fresh and protein packed, so you can start your morning off right! Full of onions, tomatoes, and peppers, this frittata is easy to put together, and quick to bake! That makes it perfect whether you're cooking for the family, making it for yourself, or making it just because you can't resist the taste!

EDR Apple Walnut French Toast

Here's an easy 5-ingredient breakfast that features some of your favorite fall flavors. This Apple-Walnut French Toast recipe is from the "Two-Step Diabetes Cookbook" and is easy to put together whenever you're craving a sweet morning meal.

Orange Walnut Mini Muffins

Planning a Mother's Day brunch? Include these Orange Walnut Mini Muffins in your spread. They're healthier-for-you muffins that have a great citrusy taste to 'em. Mom is going to love 'em!

EDR Breakfast Banana Sundae

Cottage cheese and fruit is always a winning combination, especially with sweet bananas and pineapple. And we can't forget the cherry on top! This is a great recipe to include in your Mother's Day brunch line-up!

Bistro Egg Salad

Anytime you add a bit of Dijon-style mustard to a recipe, it immediately transports your taste buds to a French bistro. That's exactly what will happen when you lighten up your egg salad with this healthier recipe for Bistro Egg Salad.

EDR Crustless Quiche

Our easy Crustless Quiche is the perfect brunch recipe to serve at your Mother's Day brunch. It's so flavorful and rich, you'd never guess it was a healthier low carb recipe!

Parmesan Easy Zucchini Quiche

It's time to put those muffin tins to good use! Our Parmesan Easy Zucchini Quiche is a super scrumptious breakfast (or brunch) recipe. They're especially perfect if you're on the go. Just make 'em, bake 'em, and take 'em with you when you head out! While we know you may want to keep this lip-smacking-good easy zucchini quiche recipe to yourself, it is also great to share with your pals!

Veggie Cream Cheese Omelet

Start your day with a protein-packed breakfast that's just for two. Our Veggie Cream Cheese Omelet features plenty of fresh veggies and cooks up in just 15 minutes. It's a healthier choice for busy mornings, and can be served with a few pieces of fresh fruit or some low-fat sausage patties. 

Spinach  Mushroom Omelet

When it comes to easy breakfast recipes, omelets are about as easy as they come. Plus, they're so versatile! You can put your favorite veggies in them for a tasty breakfast that never gets old! Like our Spinach & Mushroom Omelet! It's a quick and easy breakfast recipe that you'll savor every bite of!

French Toast in a Mug Cake

French toast is an indulgence most of us yearn for, but it can be hard to find a recipe that not only fits into a diabetes-diet, but that also works in our busy schedules. Well, now we have one for both! Our Berry French Toast in a Mug is made in under two minutes, and since it's in a mug, you can take it right along with you! 


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