19 Vegan Mother’s Day Recipes

By Jessica Hylton -

Here are my favourite vegan Mother’s Day recipes! From savory to sweet, I’ve got everything you need to make an amazing breakfast-in-bed or brunch spread every mom will love.

A collage of vegan Mother's Day recipes, including lemon poppyseed muffins, strawberry banana bread

Mother’s Day is right around the corner! While I’m not a mother, I’ve had some really fond memories associated with the day and my own mom. We’ve always celebrated Mother’s Day in my family with gusto.

If you’re a regular reader, you know my mom is a really big deal to me. She’s one of my best friends, and someone I speak to every single day of my life. Whether it’s for laughs, suss (Jamaican patois for gossip), mom advice, lawyer advice (she’s an amazing lawyer) or even to cry (running a business ain’t easy!), she’s always there for me. So, this post is for you, mom!

Whether your mom is vegan or not, I have a stamp of approval from my own mom (who isn’t!) that she will definitely love these Vegan Mother’s Day recipes! Whether your mom has the ultimate sweet tooth or craves a savoury breakfast, I’ve got everything you need in this recipe roundup.

I hope you and your mom/mom-figure in your life have an amazing Mother’s Day with these vegan dishes that range from breakfast to brunch to dessert. Enjoy, friends!

19 Vegan Mother's Day Recipes She'll Love

Whether it's a simple breakfast in bed or an elaborate brunch spread, treat Mom to the best Mother's Day at home this year! I've got all the vegan recipes you need for a delicious meal to start the day.

Expert Tips and FAQs

Whether you’re planning a Mother’s Day brunch for 2 or 20, here’s all the tips and tricks you need to make every moment perfect:

  • Plan ahead. I like to get all my non-perishable ingredients and serving dishes out the night before my Mother’s Day brunch. That way, I’m not rushing around the morning of, realizing I’m out of vegan butter.
  • Keep it simple. When you’re planning out Mother’s Day recipes, you only need a few dishes to make it great. A main dish, a side dish, maybe a salad, and a dessert are just enough for your brunch spread. Don’t forget the centerpiece!
  • Drinks are important, too! Whether it’s cocktails or mocktails, you’ll need a fabulous drink to match your beautiful breakfast spread. Use fresh fruit for a yummy sangria, or keep it simple with a traditional mimosa or Bloody Mary.
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3 comments

  1. Judy says:

    Awww. Beautiful post hun. I love it.???

  2. They are perfect food. I will try doing 1st food this weekend. Tell you about the result later. Thanks a lot

    • Gavin | Jessica in the Kitchen says:

      Thank you so much for the compliment! Please do tell us about it later and I hope you enjoy!

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