We have a fantastic Mother’s Day tradition in our home. Each year Mr. Pantry and the boys make a low-carb brunch for Mother’s Day with eggs and all the fixins’! They’re such great chefs and the love they put into this meal fills my heart! Here’s a sampling of some of the easy low-carb Mother’s Day recipes that I get to enjoy each year.
Low-Carb Mother’s Day Recipes
In addition to eggs, we also have some of the fun food below. These are some of our favorite low-carb Mother’s Day brunch recipes. I love that they’re healthy and high in fat. These dishes won’t give you a high-carb hangover later in the afternoon!
Blueberry French Toast Casserole
Keto Diet Recipes
If you’re loving the low-carb diet you’ll want to take a peek at my Keto Diet Recipes page. It’s full of treats like my Keto Blueberry Lemon Bread and Raspberry Lemonade Muffins. These desserts are also amazing for Mother’s Day, but so good we make them all year round!
Your Favorite Mother’s Day Recipes
I hope you all have a fabulous Mother’s Day. Leave a comment and let us know your all-time favorite Mother’s Day dish!
Marian, thanks for your comment and welcome! I haven’t used the coconut flour from Bob’s so am not sure how it is in terms of quality. Your DIL is very lucky to have such a thoughtful mother in law :-)
Hi Elana – I’m so excited to find your website. My son is marrying a wonderful young lady who has celiac as does her mom, sister and brother. We have been searching for yummy recipes (as well as not complicated) and yours fit the bill. I was diagnosed pre-diabetic back in January so I have cut out all processed foods, flour, sugar etc and have been using agave nectar for the small sweetening that I have had…and I’ve been using grapeseed oil for over a year now and love it. I’m really looking forward to trying your recipes for my family as well as my new DIL. One question, have you used the cocount flour from Bob’s Red Mill. I know you don’t recommend the almond flour from his company, but wondered about the coconut flour. Thanks again and I’m pre-ordering your cookbook for myself and my DIL.
Meagan -Thanks, I hope you get a chance to make those muffins soon, they’re mighty tasty :-)
Shirley -Wish I could meet you in person, my dear, you are such a kindred spirit!
Diane -That sounds like a great Mother’s Day.
Shannon -Thanks so much for the suggestion, I’ll do it.
Marta -Sounds like a wonderful experiment; please let us know how they turn out.
Meghan -That comment is just too funny and cute!
You read my mind. Just this morning I was trying to think up what I was going to do for my amazing momma this Sunday. And I again I wish I had never shared your site with her. She knows all my secrets before I even start cooking them!
I've tried the lemon poppy seed muffins and they are very good! I'm wondering about trying to substitute chia seeds for the poppy seeds…hmmm.
That is awesome that you planted your whole front and backyards. You should contribute this to my weekly carnival – Food Roots.
Diane-The WHOLE Gang says
Wow, I love this menu and the sorbet. My youngest son and I are going to bake on Saturday and now make sorbet! Thank you for sharing your recipes on the Friday Foodie Fix. I love finding blogs like yours that work with whole ingredients, that are gluten free and not loaded up on sugar. Keep us cooking!
gluten free easily says
What a great roundup, Elana! Any mom will be happy to be treated with any of those delicious foods. :-) That video is such a nice instruction, too.
Glad you met Diane. She's such an enthusiastic, gf (and more) blogger! Her blog and the Friday Food Fix are great–the FFF is such fun each week!
Those recipe sounds so refreshing! Perfect for a spring meal, and I bet Mom will love it! I am a personal fan of your lemon poppyseed muffin recipe, but haven't gotten around to actually make it (which is very disappointing!) Have a happy Mother's day with your boys and baseball games, Elana!