These cardamom-scented loaves are studded with pistachios and topped with an ethereal sweet frosting with the nutty, slightly bitter flavor of tahini.
Dried cranberries and pecans are the perfect holiday-inspired twist for this classic, indulgent breakfast pastry.
Everything you love about your favorite Mexican breakfast—or lunch, brunch, or dinner!—in a cozy, comforting bowl.
The onions aren’t quite caramelized but are cooked long enough to be soft. The filling is simple but the soft onions paired with the tang of the goat cheese makes for a solid meal. Add to that the fresh greens and a light vinaigrette (another nod to Julia), it’s the perfect way to start your day.
A Southern take on a brunch classic. And while there are several parts and pieces, it’s relatively easy to put together, thanks to a simple blender Hollandaise and a warm water bath to hold the poached eggs until you’re ready to serve.
This fruity, pillowy, make-ahead breakfast casserole is topped with strips of candied bacon and laced with the slightest tickle of good ol’ Kentucky bourbon.
Sure to please kids of all ages, this bowl is everything you love about a peanut butter and jelly sandwich combined with the cozy comfort of oatmeal. When berries aren’t in season, substitute other fruits and complementary jam or jelly.
This classic Israeli dish of eggs poached in a savory tomato sauce is generally served right out of the pan in which they are cooked. It is traditionally served for breakfast or brunch, but makes a wonderful, healthful dinner as well.
Light and airy popovers pair perfectly with this tangy goat cheese spread.
These blueberry lemon thyme muffins are the perfect spring breakfast or brunch treat. They are ready in less than an hour and packed full of fresh lemon flavor, juicy blueberries and fresh thyme. It’s a perfect combination of flavors sure to impress anyone.
These small sandwiches are the perfect addition to any spirited gathering! Both sweet and savory, these sliders combine sliced ham and Swiss cheese with an egg-y French toast exterior that is perfect for dunking in a bit of jam or drizzled with honey.
Ideally suited for an easy-going brunch, stratas benefit from being made up to a day ahead so the egg can thoroughly soak into the bread. We’ve used sausage in the recipe below, but you can make it with ham instead: simply brown 8 ounces of chopped ham steak in a little oil in place of the sausage.
Individual frittatas filled with bacon, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes and savory seasoning may be served warm or at room temperature. They are great for brunch for a crowd, buffet gatherings, and luncheons.
This particular crepe batter is one of my favorites, as the rye flour keeps it tender, and the minimal amount of sugar means you can use it to wrap both sweet and savory fillings. When paired with the buttery apple compote, they work for breakfast (top with plain yogurt), lunch (cottage cheese!) or dessert (a spoonful of softly whipped cream).
These gingerbread crepes are the perfect holiday dessert. Full of ginger flavor and topped with a creamy vanilla bean mascarpone filling and a ginger cranberry compote.
Cranberries aren’t just for sauce! They make a lovely tart companion for apples, and add a burst of bright color to crepes. Filled with a sweetened yogurt (or splurge with sweet whipped cream!) these crepes would make a lovely dessert. Leave them less sweet, and they’re perfect for brunch.
Fill the crepes with fruit you grill any time of year, rain or shine: grilling adds an extra layer of wonderful caramelized flavor to these dessert-breakfast-anytime crepes.
Chocolate-hazelnut spread. Cheesecake. Strawberries. Crepes. ‘Nuf said.
A fun holiday brunch idea, this easy French toast recipe features a tangy, coconut cheesecake filling and a chunky berry sauce that’s sure to impress everyone.
Asparagus, leeks and garlic scape pesto bring springtime flavors to an egg-y dish that is perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch.