Friday, May 8

Mother's Day Breakfast Ideas: Recipes for Pancakes, Hotcakes, French Toast, and More

I couldn't let a week's worth of Mother's Day brunch recipes end without at least one recipe for pancakes or French toast. So today I present you with a compilation of scrumptious hot cake, pancake, griddle cake, flap jack, and French toasts recipes from around the blogosphere. Enjoy!

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Pancakes with Fresh Raspberry-Strawberry Sauce at Food Blogga


Whole Wheat Vanilla Pancakes at Cooking with Amy
Banana Pancakes with Chocolate Sauce at Coffee and Vanilla
Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes at Foodista
Mom's Pancake Recipe at Kitchen Parade
Carrot Cake Pancakes at Closet Cooking
Savory Chestnut Pancakes with Pancetta and Creme Fraiche at Food Blogga

Whole Wheat Cinnamon Hotcakes at Always Order Dessert
Orange Yogurt Hotcakes at eatme, delicious
Ricotta Hotcakes with Peaches at Food Blogga

Maple and Pecan Flapjack at Real Epicurean
Sour Milk Griddle Cakes at The Wednesday Chef
Leek and Mushroom Buckwheat Oven Pancake at The Well-Seasoned Cook


Italian pannetone French toast
Pannetone French Toast at Food Blogga


Baked Strawberry Ricotta French Toast at Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen
Raspberry Lemon Baked French Toast at Eggs on Sunday
Cinnamon Swirl French Toast at Culinary Cory
Almond Crunch French Toast at Food Mayhem
French Toast with Blueberry Syrup at 80 Breakfasts
Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast at SeriousEats
Lime French Toast courtesy of Blue Heron Inn on InnCuisine.com

Here are the rest of this week's Mother's Day brunch recipes:

Bagels and Lox





Chili Lime Fruit Salad





Cherry, Prune, and Almond Granola





Apricot, Ginger, and White Chocolate Scones





Spinach and Ricotta Frittata (alternative method for baked eggs included)





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15 comments:

Sandie said...

Perfect round-up! I'm seriously addicted to breakfast breads of all varieties (go figure), so this compilation is like finding a little slice of heaven.

Thanks also for including the Lime French Toast recipe in your list. It's a keeper. Happy 2009 Mother's Day to mothers everywhere!

Aparna said...

Thanks for all those delightful links.
Unfortunately, I'll have to look at them in detail later as I'll be leaving tomorrow morningon a short break.

Culinary Cory said...

Hey there! Thanks for linking my Cinnamon Swirl French Toast. I agree, it would be a great Mother's Day breakfast.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Wonderful ideas! Everything looks ever so scrumptious!

Cheers,

Rosa

Happy cook said...

I would love to have those pancakes with the beries.

Snooky doodle said...

oh wow delicious round up. Pity I m not a mum yet and have to make these myself :)

Abby said...

If Brad saw this roundup he'd eat the screen. His favorite things in the WORLD are pancakes.

I'll have to try some of these with more blueberry syrup!

Anali said...

Wow! This is the perfect post! I hadn't realized how long it's been since I made French Toast. I always make waffles or pancakes. Maybe it's time to get back to basics. : )

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types said...

We have deferred Mother's Day brunch for a few days so everyone can attend - now I have a few more days to get hungry as I look at these delicious links!

Wendy said...

Wow. Drool.

Mother's Day was a couple of months ago over here but, hell, I don't care. Shall make my Mum one of these next time she visits!

Maris said...

Susan, now that you posted these I might be making brunch for the next 12 weekends :)

Michael Natkin said...

Those pancakes look killer. I know, I'm too late for Mother's Day, but here's a suggestion for next year... or next weekend :) - Dutch babies.

Jude said...

I'm a bit late for Mother's Day but this sounds like an every weekend morning kind of post for me. Thanks for compiling this list! Bookmarked :)

My Sensei said...

I love having left over pannatone - its been a tradition in our family to make french toast with it! MMM its making me drool. Great breakfast recipes!

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