There’s no better excuse to try out a new breakfast recipe than Easter.
Many people tend to go to a buffet where they serve the same bland breakfast items, but why not change things up and try some new dishes that will delight your taste buds?
From a baked strawberry pie to a pie filled with biscuits and gravy, we have a feeling your family will never forget this epic brunch.
Is there anything better than a delicious quiche? The best thing about making this is that it can feed a lot of people, without a lot of work involved. Can you imagine making individual sunny side up eggs for 10? Not really! You can have this amazing brunch recipe ready in just an hour. Feel free to replace these with any vegetables you like as well.
We’ve all had pancakes more times than we can count, but have you ever had a fried pancake?
You normally make pancake batter, but you pour it into a pan and fry it until it looks golden brown. Cut the pancakes into triangles and serve with some powdered sugar and syrup. Like the recipe above, you can add any fruits and nuts you want. yum!
This is another great recipe that you can make ahead of time and then put in the oven. This recipe uses Hawaiian buns because they’re extra good at soaking up all that delicious milk, butter, and sugar.
Who doesn’t love a good slider? Amp up your favorite breakfast sandwich you’d normally get at a fast food restaurant with this incredibly simple recipe. You’ll use mini bagels from the grocery store as the bread for this sandwich, along with bacon, cheese, and eggs. We’ll take them all, please!
Did we die and go to brunch heaven? Biscuits and gravy are a brunch staple, but the fact that this turns the iconic dish into a pie is beyond amazing. Although the name of this recipe sounds a little intimidating, the steps to make this delicious dish are quite simple.
Some may think that breakfast and pizza don’t coexist, but this recipe would be different.
Instead of a traditional pizza dough, use frozen puff pastry to give it that bready feel. Load up the pizza with eggs, cheese, bacon, and any other vegetables you like.
Need something quick for brunch that’s also a bit healthy? This recipe is for you.
Granted, adding the bacon takes away some of the healthier aspects, but you can always substitute it. But you know what? It’s the holidays — save the real bacon!
Is your mouth watering yet? This dish sounds like a lot of work, but using packaged buttermilk biscuits makes it so much easier to make this recipe. You fill each cookie with a chunk of cream cheese, and the orange icing on top sounds heavenly.
Brunch cannot be complete without a classic Bloody Mary. Try turning your kitchen into a full-fledged Bloody Mary bar with lots of options for garnishes, such as ham, sausage, cheese, pickles, olives, or whatever you have lying around.
You’ll need something else to serve if your family doesn’t want Bloody Marys, so try a refreshing smoothie. Not only will it taste great, but this drink will give you protein from the cashews and nutrients from frozen cauliflower it contains. Enjoying!
What recipes do you like to make for brunch? Let us know in the comments below.
This story was first published in 2019. It has since been updated.