It’s finally springtime, which means it’s also time to get your brunch on. Whether you’re dining al fresco or indoors, these delicious brunch recipes will have your guests (and yourself) clamoring for more.
Eggs Benedict – If there had to be an ultimate brunch food, Eggs Benedict is it. And this version from Martha Stewart does not disappoint.
Meyer Lemon and Fresh Cranberry Scones – The slight tang of the lemon and cranberries with the doughiness of the scone makes for a perfect pair.
Kale Goat Cheese Frittata – Kale may be so last season, but this savory, creamy frittata is not. Hearty kale paired with the delicious creaminess of goat cheese
Nutella Buns – Sure, cinnamon buns are all well and good, but how about some ooey, gooey Nutella buns? That’s right, we said nutella. As in hazelnutty, chocolaty, deliciousness. These are seriously out-of-this-world good.
French Toast Strata with Raspberries – French toast for nine? No problem. The beauty of this French Toast Strata is that you bake it all at once. You can then serve it family-style or scoop a generous helping onto each person’s plate.
Sunrise Mimosas – What’s brunch without mimosas? No fun, that’s what! And not only is this version pretty to look at, it tastes pretty good too.
Bloody Mary – Ditto the mimosas above. And these ones claim to be the best ones you’ll ever have. How can one resist such a claim?
Red, White and Green Salad – Brunch food doesn’t all have to be heavy and food-coma inducing. If you need a lighter side dish, this fresh and delicious salad should do the trick. Fresh butter lettuce, tomatoes and avocado are paired with a zesty cilantro dressing to make the perfect brunch salad.
Chilaquiles with Roasted Tomatillo Salsa – Chilaquiles, a traditional Mexican dish, is easier to make than you think, and perfect for a large crowd. Eggs, beans, crema, cheese, and tortilla chips are all combined for a tasty and crowd-pleasing main dish. –Esther Carlstone