These brunch favorites to make at home are easy, delicious, and full of fresh flavors. Each dish can be scaled to feed both two people, or a crowd.
The concept of liquefying the tender flesh of a ripe melon is brilliant. Combined with some Sauvignon Blanc, this family-friendly sip can quickly change into an adult treat.
From A Dash of Bitters
A variation on the Kir Royale, with gin, plum and a topper of champagne.
From Patty’s Pantry
Try this new variation on the classic Venetian cocktail when you want a burst of color (and healthy pomegranate juice) on your brunch table.
From The Domestic Goddess
These muffins remind us of an edible version of a Caribbean classic: the Pina Colada.
From French Revolution
These indulgent delights call for store-bought puff pastry to replicate the flaky layers of a croissant, but in a cinnamon bun form.
From Knead to be Loaved
Instead of buying the store-bought brand, why not try making the breakfast staple from scratch at home?
A perfect brunch dish for the morning after roasting a chicken – or a Thanksgiving turkey – when you have lots of leftovers.
From What Katie Ate
From pancetta to spinach and mushroom, there are many different ways you can dress up gently baked eggs in ramekins. Serve with buttery toast points to complete the meal.
From Sweet Paul
A breakfast frittata is an easy dish that serves quite a few people. Here, spring onions and pancetta are used for flavoring, but you can try others, like zucchini and gruyere, sweet potato and blue cheese, or tomato, feta, and sundried tomato.
From Canelle et Vanille
Tart apples combined with complex candied ginger makes for a tasty union with the nutty-sweet pistachio-almond crumb topping.
Lemons and Lavender
The classic French pastry is transformed into a layer cake format in this recipe.
The Cookbook Chronicles
A decadent layer cake that is perfect to serve any time of the year with seasonal fruit.