Do you love Sunday brunch? Breakfast foods are some of my favorites, so preparing a brunch is always a winner for me. I know that I adore having my family over so I can make them food on any given day. Lucky for me, I now have two sons-in-law who are big eaters. The rest of my family doesn’t eat much, so it’s not always worth spending too much time in the kitchen.
I’ve been experimenting much more in the kitchen for the past few months. Below are some of the brunch foods that I’ve tried or plan to try soon. These dishes are perfect for many of the upcoming spring events including Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduations, bridal showers and more. I like making large casseroles along with a few extra items to put out on the table for everyone to enjoy. You’ll always find a big bowl of fruit and a cheese board on my brunch table along with a hearty meal.
- Vegan Healthy Pumpkin Cookies – Avocado Pesto
- Parmesan Hash Brown Cups – Mantitlement
- Easy Blackberry Cobbler Recipe – The Flying Couponer
- Easy Peaches and Cream Recipe – Cupcake Project
- Healthy Breakfast Fruit Pizza Recipe – Diethood
- Blueberry French Toast Casserole – This Mama Cooks
- French Toast with Easy Brown Sugar Lemon Sauce – Candy Jar Chronicles
- Everything Bagel Make Ahead Breakfast Casserole – Homemade Interest
- Easy Keto Breakfast Bowl – Dancing Through the Rain
- Slow Cooker Veggie Omelette – Diethood
- Vegan Peanut Butter and Jelly Overnight Oats – Plating Pixels
- Mini Egg Souffles Kids Can Make – In the Kids Kitchen
- Cinnamon Roll French Toast Bake – The Cookie Rookie
- Easy Banana Muffins – The Flying Couponer
- Easy Healthy Giant Breakfast Casserole – Eating Richly
- Parmesan BAKED Hash Browns in the Oven – Delicious Table
- Easiest Cinnamon French Toast Casserole Recipe – Baking Beauty
- Bacon And Egg Cups – Dancing Through the Rain
- Easy Loaded Baked Potato Quiche – The Recipe Rebel
- Quick and Simple Maple Peanut Butter Pancakes – Diethood
You can set your table in the color or theme for your brunch celebration. Add special touches with flowers or greenery and pretty linens. The decor doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive. Having a pretty table can set the mood or tone for your get-together. I like to keep my settings neutral with simple chargers, white plates and solid napkins. I then like to add touches of color with ribbons, napkin rings, flowers, twine and other things from my house or garden.
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