20 Sunday Brunch Recipes to Cure Saturday Night’s Hangover

The best brunch recipes to help undo the damage from the night before
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20 Sunday Brunch Recipes to Cure Saturday Night’s Hangover

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After a Saturday night of staying up past your bedtime and having a few too many drinksSunday morning brunch is an absolute necessity. Waking up exhausted and bleary-eyed with a pounding headache, dry mouth, and nauseated stomach can only be cured by several glasses of water and a large plate of food. Whether you’re cooking to save yourself after a night of partying, need to make a life-saving brunch for two, or have a crowd of hungry mouths who stayed over after last night’s party, these 20 recipes will help those hangover pains fade away.

Baby Banana, Mint, and Coconut Water Smoothie

Baby Banana, Mint, and Coconut Water Smoothie

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Coconut water will rehydrate you and restore essential electrolytes to your body; mint will sooth your stomach; and bananas are filled with much-needed potassium. This smoothie will replenish many of the essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that you lost from drinking too much the night before.

For the Baby Banana, Mint, and Coconut Water Smoothie recipe, click here.     

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Bagel

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Bagel

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We know that greasy foods aren’t actually going to cure your hangover, but they are going to satisfy your craving and temporarily make you feel so much happier.

For the Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Bagel recipe, click here.

Brie and Peach Grilled Cheese

Brie and Peach Grilled Cheese

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Is there a more comforting brunch food than grilled cheese? We didn’t think so. This sweet and salty grilled cheese will satisfy every hangover craving you’re suffering from on Sunday morning.

For the Brie and Peach Grilled Cheese recipe, click here.

Cinnamon French Toast Pancakes

Cinnamon French Toast Pancakes

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Making decisions when you’re hungover is hard. Really hard. So we’re here to make things easier with this mash-up of your two favorite brunch foods so that no tricky decisions need to be made.

For the Cinnamon French Toast Pancakes recipe, click here.

Coffee Cup Chilaquiles

Coffee Cup Chilaquiles

This brunch recipe is quick, easy, flavor-packed, slightly spicy, and satisfyingly savory: Sometimes Mexican food is all we need to help ease that pounding hangover.

For the Coffee Cup Chilaquiles recipe, click here.

Eggs Florentine With Hollandaise Sauce

Eggs Florentine With Hollandaise Sauce

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Not only is eggs Florentine one of the tastiest brunch dishes, it will also actually help cure that hangover. The combination of eggs and leafy greens will supply you with loads of lost potassium and amino acids to help get your body back to where it was before Saturday night began.

For the Eggs Florentine With Hollandaise Sauce recipe, click here.

Fluffy Chocolate Banana Pancakes

Fluffy Chocolate Banana Pancakes

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Bananas are wonderful hangover medicine. Making banana pancakes, and then improving them with chocolate, will thrill your taste buds and help your liver repair, too.

For the Fluffy Chocolate Banana Pancakes recipe, click here.

French Toast Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches

French Toast Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches

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Comfort food is top of our hungover cravings list, so give in to your desire to eat something nostalgic by making this peanut butter and jelly French toast sandwich.

For the French Toast Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches recipe, click here.

Fresh Tomato Bloody Mary

Fresh Tomato Bloody Mary

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Though doctors and scientists would never recommend that you attempt to cure your hangover with the hair of the dog method, sometimes we feel that it helps, even if only monetarily. This fresh tomato Bloody Mary will help kick you back into shape, even if it’s not the healthiest way to go about it.

For the Fresh Tomato Bloody Mary recipe, click here.           

Fried Egg and Avocado Breakfast Sandwich

Fried Egg and Avocado Breakfast Sandwich

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A sandwich stuffed full of eggs and avocado will be so appreciated by your hungover body. All the goodness packed inside those two ingredients will help you feel better right away.

For the Fried Egg and Avocado Breakfast Sandwich recipe, click here.

Grilled Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich

Grilled Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich

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This healthier take on the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich will satisfy your comfort food cravings and simultaneously ease your headache and nauseated stomach. Protein-packed peanut butter and potassium-filled bananas wrapped up in blood-sugar boosting whole-wheat bread will rapidly restore your body and restock your energy levels.

For the Grilled Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich recipe, click here.

Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi Fried Rice

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If you need a jolt of something savory to wake you up in the mid-afternoon when you’ve finally moved from your bed and are trying to tackle your hangover, a hot bowl of kimchi fried rice topped with a sunny side up egg may be exactly what you need.

For the Kimchi Fried Rice recipe, click here.

Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole

Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole

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If you’re a super organized party planner, think ahead; before you start drinking on Saturday night, make this breakfast casserole. In the morning, all you’ll then have to do is get out of bed — breakfast will already be ready for you.

For the Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole recipe, click here.         

Mashed Potato Waffles

Mashed Potato Waffles

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If you have a tendency to crave savory foods when you’re hungover, these salty mashed potato waffles will be your perfect brunch, especially when topped with crispy bacon and a fried egg.

For the Mashed Potato Waffles recipe, click here.

Microwave Egg and Cheese Breakfast Burrito

Microwave Egg and Cheese Breakfast Burrito

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Egg-filled breakfast burritos are exactly what you need to cure a hangover and will be ready in less than five minutes.

For the Microwave Egg and Cheese Breakfast Burrito recipe, click here.

Sausage Gravy, Ramps, and Biscuit Skillet

Sausage Gravy, Ramps, and Biscuit Skillet

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Sometimes hangover brunch recipes need to be messy, savory, and totally indulgent, and this biscuit-topped sausage gravy skillet is all of those things.

For the Sausage Gravy, Ramps, and Biscuit Skillet recipe, click here.

Simple Scrambled Eggs

Simple Scrambled Eggs

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These easy scrambled eggs will boost your liver function, break down those headache-causing chemicals, and, served on a piece of whole-wheat toast, will boost your energy and help clear that fuzzy head.

For the Simple Scrambled Eggs recipe, click here.

Southwestern Breakfast Casserole

Southwestern Breakfast Casserole

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A cheesy, eggy, spicy breakfast casserole is rich, salty, filling, and super satisfying. This one dish is all you need to get rid of that hangover so you can actually do something with your day.

For the Southwestern Breakfast Casserole recipe, click here.

Sunny Side Up Breakfast Pizza

Sunny Side Up Breakfast Pizza

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No, a cold slice of leftover pizza from last night is not going to cure your hangover. However, a warm, crisp, freshly baked, egg-topped breakfast pizza definitely will.

For the Sunny Side Up Breakfast Pizza recipe, click here.

World’s Best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit

World’s Best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit

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Sometimes, the classics are the best. This breakfast biscuit is so delicious that you’ll forget all about how hungover you were feeling before you bit into it.

For the World’s Best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit recipe, click here.