Have a loaf of stale bread you don’t know what to do with? Revive it by making it into French toast. Use this savory French toast recipe for a mouth-watering meal that works for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
We’ve rounded up our favorite posts that will make for the perfect Mother’s Day brunch. Use these quick, easy, and simply delicious ideas to show your mother just how much you care this weekend.
Everyone loves that warm, doughy goodness of a freshly made donut. So why not take a little guilt out of the guilty pleasure? Bake your donuts, instead of frying, for a healthier option to serve your family. Use this easy, and delicious, baked cake donut recipe for the perfect treat to serve at a party, brunch, or even for an easy Mother’s Day breakfast.
Traditional Belgium waffles make for the sweetest treat. Use this Belgian waffle recipe for breakfast, brunch, or a Mother’s Day surprise.
If you simply can’t decide if you want a savory or sweet breakfast, make a crepe. They can easily become sweet or savory with different toppings. The light and fluffy texture of the crepe goes with almost everything. Use this easy crepe recipe to make a beautiful crepe cake for Mother’s Day or a simple Sunday brunch.
All week we’ve given you recipes and ideas for the perfect Easter brunch. To finish off the week keeping to theme, we’re giving you the last piece to the perfect Easter brunch. Fruit cups add a touch of refreshing sweetness that everyone craves after a great meal. Add a fruit cup to complete your brunch spread made up of individual monkey bread, savory muffins, lemon madeleines, and individual baked egg tarts.
Individual baked eggs are the perfect way to serve everyone their own complete breakfast all wrapped up in an adorable tart pan. The best part about them is how easy they are to make. Not to mention, they are a beautiful addition to your brunch spread and taste delicious!
Bring a little Mardi Gras celebration to your life no matter where you live with these traditional beignets.
A beignets is a deep fried pastry made from choux pastry. They are a classic French treat and also a breakfast favorite in New Orleans.
Have extra berries lying around? Need a sweet topping for your Saturday brunch? Want to add a little extra to a dessert? Whip up a succulent fruit compote that will sweeten any dish and impress any guest.
Created in medieval Europe as a cheap and easy dessert, compotes became a popular household dish. Made with mostly fruit and sugar, compotes were traditionally flavored with a citrus, such as, lemon or orange, cinnamon, and vanilla. But, the great thing about compote is it’s really hard to ruin. Pick any variation of flavors you like best, with a fruit or berry, and add sugar.
The most memorable Christmas tradition in my family is waking up early to open presents in order to make it to my great grandfathers in time for breakfast. Although the mornings were early and the drive was long, we never missed a year. Pulling up to his humble home, sitting on his quaint farm, you could smell the bacon wafting from the house while standing on the driveway. The best part of the morning was walking through his squeaky side door, in which you would see the same sight year-after-year : grandpa standing in the kitchen, with his red apron, wearing a smile and flipping French toast. Great grandpa started this tradition well before I was born. My father remembers grandpa cooking Christmas breakfast when he was only a teenager, as seen in the picture above. I always assumed it had been great grandpa that had trained my father on how to make the perfect French toast.