Nothing beats the aroma of freshly baked cinnamon rolls -- and it's the perfect family wake-up-call on Easter morning. Make the dough and chill it overnight, then pop it in the oven come morning. Add raisins to the filling for an even sweeter version.
Wow your family and guests on Easter morning with this pretty and deliciously nutritious souffle. Save time by assembling the night before, then pop it in the oven in the morning. Serve with a simple side of fruit for the perfect brunch entree.
Buttermilk imparts a deliciously tangy flavor to these flapjacks, and makes them rich and stick-to-your-ribs good. Slather with sweet jam or syrup, or dust with snowy powdered sugar and top with fresh berries.
This supremely pretty dish is oh-so-healthy and requires next to no work. Section the fruit and sprinkle with raw sugar the night before, and have a show-stopping salad the next morning. Serve with eggs, waffles, or simple toasted bread.
This airy baked pancake puffs up beautifully in the oven, and frees you from endless flipping at the griddle. Yummy cinnamon apples provide all the sweetness you need, but a sprinkle of powdered sugar is the perfect finish. Serve with bacon or sausage.
This scrumptious Tex-Mex dish puts those crushed, bottom-of-the-bag tortilla chips to delicious use. Serve this easy, eggy scramble with black beans, salsa and simple green salad for pure brunch perfection.
Flecked with orange zest and shaped like a beehive, this homemade bread is a real crowd-pleaser. Kids can help roll the dough and wind it around the base. Serve with honey and sunshine-y oranges for a memorable springtime meal.
What to do with all those Easter eggs once they've been found? Turn them into this oh-so-pretty and delicious brunch treat. Fast and easy to prepare, they'll prove an impressive, healthy and tasty centerpiece to your Sunday breakfast table.
Everyone loves quiche, and this cheesy bacon and onion concoction will leave no leftovers on Sunday morning. With a pre-made frozen crust it's a cinch to prepare, and using turkey bacon makes it a healthier breakfast option.
What's brunch without blueberry muffins? This easy recipe uses either fresh or frozen berries, and the rich, crumbly topping makes them seem almost like dessert. Ask the kids to help you fill the muffin cups, then sit back and savor the delicious aroma.
This delicious veggie hash is the perfect accompaniment to freshly scrambled eggs, and the savory combo of fried potatoes, onions and cheese will entice your kids to eat their greens. Serve with crusty bread or muffins for a hearty, healthy morning meal.
Quick breads come by their name honestly. In fact, this one takes just 5 minutes to mix together -- then you can sit back and relax as the fragrance of freshly baked goodness permeates your home.
These homemade sausages will wow family and guests, and are super-simple to conjure up. Ground turkey, herbs and maple syrup combine for a moist, flavorful and infinitely healthier side to your morning eggs or pancakes.
Forget standing at the stove making omelettes -- this hearty egg-and-potato dish will serve the entire table at once. Boil the potatoes the night before to speed morning prep, and add veggies, mushrooms or ham for extra goodness. Pair with a green salad.
The key ingredient here is the brioche, which is a sweet, rich and eggy bread. It really gives this recipe a gourmet touch, making this a perfect dish for a special occasion.
These sweet, heart-shaped biscuits are rich in fiber and great fun for the kids to help put together. Make it a project the night before Easter, along with your egg-dying, and watch your little ones gobble the biscuits up the next morning.
You don't have to rely on store-bought instant oatmeal for convenience -- this inexpensive homemade version saves you time and money, too. One simple trick gives you quick, custom-made oatmeal on command.
In these easy & charming baked bites, potatoes and scrambled eggs form a crunch egg nest — and a festive, kid-friendly recipe the whole family will love this Easter brunch.
Fresh fruit makes this classic breakfast biscuit soft and sweet. These delicious scones prove that fresh strawberries are good for more than just shortcake.
Kids can help make this zucchini frittata, a great brunch recipe for a crowd and the perfect way to celebrate summer vegetables.
Sweet and light, these scones can be gobbled up without any extra condiments, since the jam is baked right in.
Asparagus Bread Pudding
Puffed Apple Pancake
Bacon and Egg Stuffed Tomatoes
Bacon and Leek Quiche
Mega Monster Muffins
Hashed Potatoes with Greens and Cheese
Whole Wheat Quick Bread
Turkey Maple Sausage
Orange Blossom French Toast
Yummy Buttermilk Biscuits
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