4 Dishes to Spice Up Sunday Brunch

Brunch. You either love it or you despise it. Ok, who am I kidding? Everyone loves brunch! However, it can be easy to get in what I call a “brunch rut,” where you find yourself making the same dishes every time the weekend rolls around. So, our emergency brunch crew is here to help with four ideas to make this Sunday’s meal stand out from the rest.

1. French Toast Flapjacks

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Yup, that’s right. You can have your french toast and your flapjacks too.  We think this recipe is perfect topped with powdered sugar and fresh berries, but you can add whatever you’d like.

2. Poached Egg and Roasted Vegetable Brunch

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One way of preventing a brunch rut is by alternating sweet and savory dishes. This wholesome dish is ideal for when you want something on the sophisticated side, and when you’re watching your figure.

3. Chocolate Banana Crepes

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Crepes are one of those hidden secrets of home chefs– they may seem difficult to prepare, but they’re actually pretty simple to nail down. It’s all about keeping them light and airy! Test them out out with this decadent recipe, or if click here if you’re looking for more savory options.

4. Over Easy Eggs with Basil Tomatoes

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If you’ve ever been to brunch at a Mediterranean restaurant, you’ve seen egg dishes in skillets. Well, they’re becoming so popular that we making this baked egg skillet at home will make you seem super hip (trendy? on fleek? woke?). Plus, the plating makes them picture-perfect!

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