by Jennifer Sauri | June 8
Brunch is one of America’s favorite past times — and one of the most Instagramm-ed occasions of all time. However, the wait at brunch restaurants can get insanely crazy so why not whip up some brunch at home?
I found some absolutely delicious recipes that are waiting to hop on your cooking roster. Invite your pals over, pop the champagne, and make this brunch one you and your guests will never forget.
Cream Cheese Danish
What’s better than a homemade pastry (even if it’s store-bought dough)? This easy-to-make treat will be the highlight of anyone’s brunch. The smell alone will have them wanting more!
Breakfast Banh Mi Sandwich
Make this Vietnamese dish a new brunch go-to. It’s spicy, filled with flavorful ingredients, and is a different take to your typical bacon and eggs. Don’t let the long list of ingredients scare you — it’s worth it.
Spinach, Artichoke and Goat Cheese Quiche
A quiche for brunch is always a good idea. This dish will feed (and please) the masses in style, and won’t take up your precious time when baking.
Dark Chocolate Waffles
Give your sweet tooth a taste of this delicious breakfast staple. Waffles get an upgrade with buttermilk, olive oil, and dark chocolate (hey — it’s nutritious, right?).
Avocado Bacon and Eggs
This new take on an egg dish is filling and uses everyone’s favorite food as the base. It takes only minutes to make and bake — serve warm for the ultimate flavor combo.
Cinnamon Roll French Bread Bake
The ultimate combination of breakfasts: French toast and cinnamon rolls. Not only is this recipe deceivingly simple, but it also tastes heavenly.
Pastrami and Potato Hash with Fried Eggs
Raise your fork if your mouth is watering! This might have to be a new brunch must-have. I guarantee your friends won’t stop raving about how great it tastes and you’ll be impressed with how easy it is to make.
Baked Orange French Toast with Almond Crumble
This baked French toast combines nutty flavors with citrus for a delicious start to your day. If you desire more of a bread pudding, double the egg mixture.
Spicy Beet Bloody Marys
Make your brunch a boozy one with this creative twist on the classic breakfast beverage. I love the color the beets add to the drink and your already imagining the fruit toppings we want to add.
Breakfast Tortilla Cups
Tortillas, veggies, cheese, eggs, sour cream, and… yep, that’s it! These cups will please even the pickiest of eaters. The mini bakes are begging to become part of your next brunch menu and we can’t wait to give them a try.
Spinach, Feta, and Artichoke Breakfast Bake
This dish was made to serve a hungry crowd. It’s healthy, easy to substitute ingredients that you may or may not have at home, and gluten-free.