Celebrating brunch as a family is sometimes harder than it initially sounds. In addition to cleaning the house, now you have to make a big meal first thing in the morning, not to mention wrangling the rest of the crew into proper clothing for Grandma. After all that’s said and done, you’ve earned a drink.
Our rule for brunch drinks is that if it has fruit in it, you can have it with breakfast. We’ve selected a handful of our favorite brunch cocktail recipes for you to try out for your Mother’s Day celebration. There’s even a few options for those of you who can’t currently enjoy the full strength version of our choices! Don’t worry, we’ll make sure to put back a few in your honor.
Peach Vodka Martini by Growing up Gabel
Sparkling Watermelon Mojito by Rocky Mountain Bliss
Triple Berry Moscato Sangria by Hezzi D’s Books & Cooks
Peach Sorbet Bellini by Small Town Woman
Blackberry Mojito by Blessed Beyond Crazy
Moscato Honey Bee by The Kitchen is My Playground
Grapefruit Mojito by Melanie Makes
Watermelon Sidecar by Kendall Rayburn
Grilled Peach Sangria by Hezzi D’s Books & Cooks
Non-Alcoholic Mocktails for Mother’s Day
We know that not every mom can enjoy a cocktail first thing in the morning, but that doesn’t mean she shouldn’t get to celebrate Mother’s Day with a tasty drink. We’ve picked a few of our favorite ‘mocktails’ for expecting mama’s and ladies who choose to not imbibe. If you do want to make these drinks a bit more, potent, feel free to add the recommended liquor after the link.
Honey Rhubarb Iced Tea by This Mama Loves
Recommended liquor to make this a cocktail: Whiskey
Maple Iced Coffee by The Kitchen is My Playground
Recommended liquor to make this a cocktail: Irish Cream
Hawaiian Sangria Mocktail by Organized 31
Recommended alcohol to make this a cocktail: Pinot Grigio
Daily Mom is your Mother’s Day destination. Now that you have the drinks decided, head over to our Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes article to decide what you’ll be cooking up.