Brunch Time

Cinnamon Crumble Coffee Cake
Cinnamon Crumble Coffee Cake

 

Rise and dine.

Mimosas are mandatory.

 

Savory:

Start your morning off with a big ole breakfast fit for a king or queen. You can always visit the sweet dishes come brunch round two.

Monte Cristo Waffle Strata

Serving up a big crowd? This recipe is both impressive and hearty. You get a lot of savory going on with just a hit of sweet. Life’s all about balance, right?

Broccoli, Cheddar & Spinach Frittata

Some of us just don’t get jazzed about sugary breakfasts. Cheesy eggs is where it’s really at. Throw some veggies in there and call it healthy. Serve this guy with whole grain toast and a refreshing glass of OJ… spiked with Prosecco of course.

 

Pancakes:

These loaded pancakes are anything but ordinary, so grab your pure maple syrup along with your appetite and get cooking.

Big Apple Pancake

This puffy pancake is indeed big, but you won’t want to share. It does make great leftovers if you’re cooking for yourself and can’t manage it all in one sitting–cold pancakes are quite delicious, in case you were wondering.

Rum & Cranberry Pancakes with Butter Rum Syrup

Boozy breakfasts are the best breakfasts. Pour rum in your batter and over the top of your mouth-watering flapjacks. It’s the holidays, after all. (Don’t worry, this recipe won’t relegate you to the naughty list.)

 

Pastries:

Breakfast or dessert? Who really cares.

Caramel Apple Toaster Strudel

Buttery, flaky puff pastry is stuffed with tender caramel apples. You bet there’s vanilla cream cheese icing involved! A tall glass of milk is highly recommended.

Homemade Croissants

Because homemade is always better. Enjoy these tasty croissants fresh out of the oven when they’re nice and warm. There are a several options for fillings (cinnamon sugar, pumpkin, chocolate peanut butter, Nutella!) if you want to earn breakfast bonus points.

 

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