Best of Brunch 2013

Have plans for a big Easter brunch this Sunday? I’ve gotcha covered!

Here are some of my favorite brunch items to help you feed a bunch of hungry mouths (and help lure them away from all of that candy)!

Spinach Pie

Using store bought phyllo dough makes this super quick and simple, and frozen spinach makes it super affordable. This impressive pie is as delicious as it is pretty!

Spinach Pie

Puff pastry makes this rich and delicious spinach pie a breeze to prepare. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or brunch!
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Morning Glory Muffins

With all of that candy around, you may need help sneaking in a few extra fruits and vegetables. These amazingly sweet and delicious muffins have tons of goodness from shredded carrot, applesauce, walnuts, and raisins. They’re fiber-licious AND delicious!

Morning Glory Muffins

Morning glory muffins are a unique mix of fruit, vegetables, and nuts all packed into one naturally sweet muffin!
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Spinach & Mushroom Crustless Quiche

It’s a classic crowd pleaser. Eggy enough to be for breakfast, hearty enough to be for lunch… perfect for BRUNCH!

Spinach Mushroom and Feta Crustless Quiche

This easy, tasty Spinach Mushroom and Feta Crustless Quiche is low on carbs and big on flavor. This veggie-filled breakfast will keep you full and happy.
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Lemon Blueberry Scones

Maybe you just want to have some little goodies set out to serve along with coffee or tea. These delicious scones are not too sweet, but decadent enough to feel like a treat!

Lemon Blueberry Scones

Lemon blueberry scones are easy to make and are a real treat with coffee or tea.
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Salsa Poached Eggs

If you’re looking for something unique, this is it. These eggs are super easy to prepare and have so much more personality than regular fried eggs. Serve these gems over a bowl of grits.

Salsa Poached Eggs & Grits

These salsa poached eggs are infused with Tex-mex flavor and spooned over warm grits for an easy and delicious south of the border breakfast.
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Sweet Potato Grits

Speaking of grits… This is my favorite grits upgrade. Sweet potatoes make the grits ultra creamy and give them a nutritional boost!

Sweet Potato Grits

A rich and creamy sweet potato grits that can be eaten either sweet or savory!
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Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

This one is an oldy but a goody (look how bad my photos were back then!). Instead of homefries, make these insanely good roasted potatoes to go along with your eggs and bacon.

Rosemary Roasted Potatoes are an easy, flexible, and DELICIOUS side dish that can be paired with just about any meal. Keep this go-to recipe handy! Budgetbytes.com

Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

Rosemary Roasted Potatoes are an easy, flexible, and DELICIOUS side dish that can be paired with just about any meal. Keep this go-to recipe handy!
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Basic Biscuits

In the south, it isn’t breakfast (or brunch) without biscuits. This is my favorite recipe for tall, fluffy biscuits.

Basic Biscuits

These basic biscuits are fast, easy, and perfect for everyday use. Eat them with breakfast, dinner, or even as part of your sandwich for lunch. 
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Banana Bread Baked Oatmeal

This “oatmeal casserole” of sorts is perfect for feeding a crowd. One recipe will serve about 6-8, but it can easily be doubled to feed more!

Banana Bread Oatmeal

The rich and sweet flavor of banana bread infused into a healthy baked oatmeal breakfast. 
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Where’s the ham?! OMG, I don’t have an Easter ham recipe… I guess I better get on that!

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