Living Sweet Moments
During the work week breakfast and elaborate meals are not always an option. You grab a cup of coffee, a granola bar, and you’re out the door to work. The weekends are a perfect time to go in the kitchen and treat yourself and whip up a scrumptious meal for your friends and family. Brunch is the best choice because you have plenty of options as the dishes can be either savory or sweet. Make a savory egg bake, casseroles, or quiche or go sweet with pancakes and waffles. No matter what you decide to cook for brunch, these recipes will make your weekend so much better which is the reason why brunch is the theme of this week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme).
Living Sweet Moments
In this dish, eggs are baked in a goat cheese and tomato sauce mixture to create a divine brunch recipe.
No Spoon Necessary
They are sweet, a little savory and rich with flavor. Light as air on the inside and crisp on the outside, their texture is sheer perfection and pretty hard to beat. The addition of pecans provides a nutty, warm flavor, and slight crunch. If pecans aren’t your thing, walnuts would be a delicious substitution. — No Spoon Necessary
Finely chopped kale surrounded by melted Cheddar, salty feta, and creamy goat cheese makes this kale and three cheese quiche recipe a family favorite.
If you want an easy, yet over the top, awesome brunch idea, for smoked food-lovers, here you go. — Vindulge
This Is How I Cook
This recipe is filled with granola and toasted banana chips, and toasting this bread elevates it to a whole new level. The aroma of bananas perfumes the kitchen and with a big slather of butter, you have just made a special kind of toast. — This Is How I Cook
Simple Living Eating
This is a super simple to follow scone recipe that is perfect for brunch. Serve the scones with butter or jam for a decadent bite.
Food Hunter’s Guide
A simple mix of organic ingredients that will fill you up quick and keep you satisfied throughout the morning — exactly what I need when it comes to brunch! — Food Hunter’s Guide
The Hungary Buddha
Mashed potato pancakes topped with smoked salmon and eggs — the perfect addition to a brunch menu.
A Little Rosemary and Time
What’s brunch without a Bloody Mary? This cocktail is garnished with lemon pepper grilled shrimp and is infused with oregano — now that’s how you make a Bloody Mary.
A Calculated Whisk
These are grain-free kale and bacon quiches with hash brown crust — they’re like little crispy nests of savory goodness. Here, the crunchy potato tangles hold a filling of eggs, kale, shallots, crisp bacon, and crumbled goat cheese. — A Calculated Whisk