100 Brunch Recipes Perfect For Sunday Mornings

Brunch is the quintessentially slow-paced, relaxed, Sunday morning meal that straddles the genres of breakfast and lunch. It may be the only meal during which it is socially acceptable — heck, socially expected — to have a heaping plate of both sweet and savory foods ranging from pancakes, muffins, and waffles to casseroles, salads, and even breakfast nachos as well as a coffee, mimosa, and Bloody Mary all set in front of you on the table at the same time.

Chances are if you're thinking about hosting a brunch event for the first time, whether it be celebratory or just a nice get-together, you might not have any idea where to start. That's why we've collected 100 of our favorite tried and true brunch recipes sure to make your brunch a success. There's something to please everyone on this list, from sweet carrot cake pancakes to crustless zucchini quiche and even gluten-free chocolate chip muffins. So, what are you waiting for? Let's get this brunch party started!

Funfetti Coffee Cake

What's even better than a traditional coffee cake laden with sugar and cinnamon? Our recipe for a Funfetti coffee cake that adds rainbow sprinkles into the batter and streusel topping, that's what. Recipe developer Molly Allen notes it tastes like a cross between a sugar cookie and a slice of vanilla cake, and we're definitely on board for that first thing in the morning — or any time of the day we're looking for a sweet snack. You'll have to mix up the batter and streusel separately, but prep time adds up to just 15 minutes.

Recipe: Funfetti Coffee Cake

30-Minute Mushroom and Egg Strata

A strata is like a bread pudding, but much eggier, which makes it perfect for brunch. This 30-minute mushroom and egg strata dish will give your day a nice, healthy start, as recipe developer Kristin Carli points out it's not only flavorful, but also contains multiple servings of veggies. You're not just limited to those veggies listed in the recipe, you can add in any types you'd like. Simply sauté the spinach and mushrooms, toast the bread — Carli points out stale bread is better — combine the egg mixture and add cheese, then bring everything together in a casserole dish to bake.  

Recipe: 30-Minute Mushroom and Egg Strata

Fried Breakfast Tacos

Recipe developer Jamie Mokkonen points out that this recipe for fried breakfast tacos is moderately difficult, but we encourage you to give it a try anyway, because the result is a fantastic meal packed with plenty of flavor and protein to get you started on your day. Inside these little fried packages of goodness you'll find the classic combo of sausage, peppers, and eggs. Mokkonen recommends dipping the finished product in a fruit salsa, such as a homemade mango salsa.

Recipe: Fried Breakfast Tacos

Chocolate Chip Mini Muffins

Imagine: You're enjoying your morning cup of coffee and pop an entire bite-sized chocolate chip muffin into your mouth. Mmm! You can get this sweet, homemade taste in just 20 minutes thanks to our recipe from recipe developer Mark Beahm who walks you through how to make the batter, fold in the mini chocolate chips — or mini M&M'S or berries, depending on your tastes — scoop it into muffin pans, and bake. Have these muffins on hand for breakfast, brunch, or any time a day you find yourself needing a mini celebration.

Recipe: Chocolate Chip Mini Muffins

Pesto Eggs

This innovative TikTok-inspired recipe from recipe developer Kristin Carli will have you thinking, "Why didn't I think of this?!" after just one bite. Instead of cooking your eggs in oil, you'll pour some pesto in the pan to cook the eggs in. You'll only need three ingredients for this dish: toast (Carli recommends whole grain bread), pesto, and eggs. The cooking times listed in this recipe will leave you with over-medium eggs, but you can adjust based on your preferences.

Recipe: Pesto Eggs

Buttery Cherry Bars

Looking for something sweet to serve at your brunch party? Look no further than these delectable, buttery cherry bars, perfect for topping off a filling, savory brunch meal. Recipe developer Jennifer En shows you how to prepare these little masterpieces of deliciousness, from pitting the cherries to making the crust and filling. The most important step is preparing the secret ingredient: browned butter. Prep and cook times add up to about one hour, so be sure to set aside a chunk of time to make these cherry bars.

Recipe: Buttery Cherry Bars

Shaved Asparagus Salad

The secret to this salad is that the asparagus is shaved as opposed to being served whole, which takes away the toughness factor. You'll dress the salad in a tangy dressing made from shallots, lemon, olive oil, and champagne vinegar. Top with some goat cheese — or sub feta cheese, if you prefer — and you've got a salad perfect for brunch. In fact, recipe developer Kristen Carli recommends pairing the salad with cucumber sandwiches, quiche, and mimosas.

Recipe: Shaved Asparagus Salad

3-Ingredient Cheese Biscuits

Biscuits are a must for brunch, whether you use them to make egg sandwiches or simply butter and eat them on their own. And, as recipe developer Catherine Brookes points out, everyone loves cheesy bread, so all your guests will be reaching for more. You'll need just three ingredients — self-rising flour, whole milk, and cheese — to bring this biscuit recipe to life. You'll simply mix together the batter, roll out the dough and cut out the biscuits, then bake and enjoy.

Recipe: 3-Ingredient Cheese Biscuits

Scallop Casserole

Recipe developer Erin Johnson points out that the taste profile of scallops isn't too fishy, and when balanced out with buttery Ritz crackers and a bit of tang provided by lemon, you're left with a casserole dish that you'd be remiss to leave off your brunch spread. Preparation requires simply crushing the crackers and mixing them together with some butter, lemon zest, and parsley, dressing up the scallops with some white wine and garlic, then assembling the casserole and baking.

Recipe: Scallop Casserole

Simple Smoothie Bowl

What the heck is a smoothie bowl, you ask? Put simply, it's a smoothie you don't need a straw for. Instead, you can eat with a spoon, like a bowl of ice cream. Recipe developer Maren Epstein recommends a smoothie bowl for a refuel after a trip to the gym to reload on carbohydrates, but it's also the perfect sweet addition to any brunch. What's more, this smoothie bowl has a fun blue color, thanks to blue spirulina, which also adds a laundry list of health benefits to the fruit-based smoothie bowl.

Recipe: Simple Smoothie Bowl

Quick Crepes

This versatile crepe recipe omits any sugar, spices, or vanilla, so you can turn them into either a sweet or savory creation. Recipe developer Nathaniel Lee recommends taking the sweet route by pairing the finished crepes with Nutella or berries, and if you prefer the savory route, he suggests adding some ham and eggs. Lee walks you through how to prepare the batter and how to cook the crepes so that they stay uniform and even throughout.

Recipe: Quick Crepes

Copycat McDonald's Sausage, Egg & Cheese McGriddles

A breakfast sandwich with pancakes for the buns? Genius. While McDonald's may be the brainchild behind this innovative creation, recipe developer Autumn LeAnn put together a copycat recipe she says is "just as flavorful and yummy" as the real thing. Plus, there are no additives in our version of the McGriddle, so it's healthier. Our recipe uses instant pancake mix for cooking ease and yields four McGriddles, perfect for sharing with your friends, family, and other brunch guests.

Recipe: Copycat McDonald's Sausage, Egg & Cheese McGriddles

Easy Breakfast Nachos

Everyone loves nachos, and as recipe developer Kristen Carli notes, this breakfast nachos recipe can feed a crowd, so it's perfect for a large brunch celebration. Instead of tortilla chips like you'd use in traditional nachos, you'll use waffle French fries as the base here. Toppings include eggs, black beans, salt, pepper, bacon, and shredded cheddar cheese, but if you want to spice things up even more, Carli provides a plethora of other optional topping suggestions to ramp up these breakfast nachos.

Recipe: Easy Breakfast Nachos

Deviled Eggs

What would a brunch spread be without a plate of deviled eggs? Recipe developer Cecilia Ryu says these deviled eggs "[aren't] tricky at all" to make and are "very easy to serve." Prep will take you about 20 minutes and involves hard boiling the eggs and combining the yolks with sour cream, mayo, and mustard to make the filling. Paprika would be a traditional garnish, but Ryu offers suggestions for various other garnishes to finish off your deviled eggs.

Recipe: Deviled Eggs

Fresh Ginger and Lemon Scones

Scones and tea are a classic combination, making these fresh ginger and lemon scones perfect for a brunch fit for a queen. Recipe developer Angela Latimer says this recipe uses lemon and candied ginger to make the scone itself and then is topped with lemon icing. Latimer provides a few tricks to keep the scones from coming out too dense or too dry. Plus, they won't take up too much of your time: From start to finish, these scones will take you about half an hour to make.

Recipe: Fresh Ginger and Lemon Scones

Carrot Cake Pancakes

This carrot cake pancake recipe will charm your brunch guests as it provides a sweet and spiced alternative to traditional pancakes, especially when topped with tangy cream cheese frosting. You'll need quite the list of ingredients to prepare these carrot cake pancakes, but the end result will be well-worth the trip to the grocery store. Recipe developer Hayley MacLean recommends pairing the pancakes with some bacon or sausage on the side to add some protein, or adding a fruit salad to lighten things up.

Recipe: Carrot Cake Pancakes

Homemade Shrimp Cocktail

Add some seafood to your brunch spread with a shrimp cocktail that's simple to prepare. Recipe developer Hayley MacLean walks you through how to poach and chill the shrimp and how to make the dipping sauce from a mix of horseradish, ketchup, chili, and Worcestershire sauce. Total prep and cook times add up to just 10 minutes. MacLean recommends serving this alongside a pasta salad or fresh green salad, but if you decide to serve this shrimp cocktail on its own, feel free to add a garnish of parsley and lemon wedges.

Recipe: Homemade Shrimp Cocktail

Dutch Baby

Recipe developer Nathaniel Lee notes we're not really sure why this dish is called a Dutch baby, but either way, we're sure this "bready, buttery skillet" is delicious. You'll need only six ingredients for this recipe, and Lee shows you how to make the batter, which you'll mix together in a cast iron pan before baking it and then adding some fresh fruit and powdered sugar to the top of the finished Dutch baby. With over 20 five-star ratings, you know this Dutch baby is a Mashed fan favorite.

Recipe: Dutch Baby

Sheet Pan Fried Egg

Preparing brunch on a time limit? Look no further than this sheet pan fried egg recipe to help you out. Recipe developer Susan Olayinka notes that instead of frying one to two eggs a time in a frying pan, this recipe allows you to cook 10-12 at a time. Plus, Olayinka has a genius tip for ensuring that your eggs cook evenly: Pop the eggs in the oven for exactly five minutes, then remove them from the baking sheet immediately so they don't continue to cook.

Recipe: Sheet Pan Fried Egg

Pumpkin Muffins

Every brunch spread needs a batch of muffins, and if you want something different than a classic blueberry or banana nut, check out these pumpkin muffins courtesy of recipe developer Kristen Carli, who notes that they get their moistness from an entire can of pumpkin puree. The muffins will take about 10 minutes to prep and 20 minutes to bake, and they're easy to make ahead of time, so you won't be stressed before your brunch guests arrive. Top the muffins with pumpkin seeds (or pepitas) for an extra element of crunchiness.

Recipe: Pumpkin Muffins

Biscuits and Gravy

Recipe developer Stephanie Rapone notes that you can use either store-bought or homemade buttermilk biscuits for this biscuits and gravy recipe, but making the gravy from scratch is key. Rapone also says that making gravy is a borderline arduous process that requires paying constant attention for quite some time — 15 to 20 minutes — so be patient and stick with it. As she walks you through the gravy-making process, Rapone even offers advice on what type of pan not to use.

Recipe: Biscuits and Gravy

Overnight Oats

Want to serve a brunch staple you can make ahead of time? Check out this recipe for overnight oats. Prep is super simple; you just combine the ingredients — including plenty of healthy rolled oats — into jars, fasten the lids, then let the mixture chill in the fridge for six hours. If you're looking to up the ante on the nutritional factor, recipe developer Kristen Carli recommends adding chia seeds or flax seeds to the mixture. Scoop the overnight oats into cute jars to serve to your guests for a charming-yet-nutritious brunch meal.

Recipe: Overnight Oats

Breakfast Lasagna

This breakfast lasagna takes a whopping three hours to bake, but trust us, the finished product will dazzle your brunch guests. Plus, the good news is it only takes 20 minutes to prep; the other time accounts for oven-roasting the tomatoes and baking the lasagna. This isn't your typical Italian lasagna; instead of noodles and marinara sauce, you'll layer biscuits between layers of veggies (including roasted tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms, and onions); meat such as pancetta, bacon, or ham; eggs; and two types of cheeses — ricotta and Asiago.

Recipe: Breakfast Lasagna

Mango Quinoa Salad

Having a salad option on your brunch buffet table is essential, but plain 'ole green salads can get borrr-ing. That's where recipe developer Susan Olayinka's mango quinoa salad comes in, offering a fresh take full of fruit, protein, healthy fats, and grains. Olayinka notes that many of the ingredients offer health benefits, like quinoa, avocados, and black beans. The most time consuming part of preparing this recipe is cooking the quinoa, which will take about 20 minutes. Then, it's simply a matter of cutting up the fruits and veggies and mixing everything together.

Recipe: Mango Quinoa Salad

Crustless Zucchini Quiche

Quiches are versatile and can come in a variety of flavors, depending on what kinds of veggies and cheeses you prefer or happen to have in your fridge at the time you're making it. This quiche is a crust-free version with a base of zucchini, cream cheese, and Parmesan cheese that is sure to wow your brunch guests. Recipe developer Christina Musgrave walks you through how to prep the zucchini, make the egg and cheese base, then cook it in a baking dish for about 50 minutes. That's all there is to it!

Recipe: Crustless Zucchini Quiche

Easy Creamy Grits

Thinking about making instant grits? Stop right there! Why make instant grits when you can make them homemade in just 20 to 25 minutes with a super easy recipe? Recipe developer Jason Goldstein's creamy grits recipe involves simply mixing together all the ingredients except the grits and cheese, bringing the mixture to a boil, stirring in the grits, and then finally, adding the cheese. Goldstein recommends serving the finished grits with classic fare like buttermilk biscuits or eggs and bacon.

Recipe: Easy Creamy Grits

Quick Baked Eggs in a Basket

These baked eggs in a basket are super quick and easy to prepare, and as a bonus, they're bite-sized individual servings, making them the perfect addition to your brunch spread. To make these babies, you'll stuff a piece of bread — recipe developer Kristen Carli recommends using white bread — into a muffin tin and fill it with egg, mozzarella cheese (or any cheese you prefer), and green onions. Bake just 15 minutes and you'll have these adorable eggs in a basket your guests will be raving over.

Recipe: Quick Baked Eggs in a Basket

Gingerbread Waffles

Perfect for the holidays or any time of year you're craving the festive spice of gingerbread flavoring, these tasty waffles will bring the joy of Christmas to your brunch table, no matter what month it is. Prep involves simply mixing the ingredients together and then pouring the batter into a waffle iron to cook. The whole process of preparing these waffles shouldn't take you more than 12 minutes. Top the finished product with butter, maple syrup, or even vanilla ice cream, if you really want to indulge.

Recipe: Gingerbread Waffles

Easy Tater Tot Casserole

Recipe developer Laura Sampson offers a creative twist on the classic tater tot casserole recipe that will have your brunch guests reaching for a second scoop. Sampson subs cheese soup for the traditional mushroom soup and includes plenty of bacon (or bacon bits), both mixed in with the ground beef and as a garnish on top. The hardest part of this recipe is probably lining up the tater tots in the casserole dish, but remember, lining them up will make the casserole cook better, and practice makes perfect!

Recipe: Easy Tater Tot Casserole

Best Veggie Breakfast Hash

This veggie hash dish will bring an element of healthiness to your brunch table with its hearty servings of vegetables and potatoes and the protein added from the perfect sunny-side-up egg you'll serve on top. The hash itself is made from potatoes, onions, and peppers, all cooked together in a frying pan. Flavoring comes from a little smoked paprika and garlic. Scoop the finished hash into individual serving-size bowls and top each with one egg, and voila, brunch is served.

Recipe: Best Veggie Breakfast Hash

3-Ingredient Savory Breakfast Puffs

These savory breakfast puffs require only three ingredients and preparing individual squares for your friends and family at brunch is easy and fun. You'll simply start with refrigerated puff pastry, give it an egg wash, and bake. Once you pull the pastries out of the oven, you'll cut a square hole into the center of each into which you'll pour an egg and sprinkle some cheese. Bake these guys in the oven until the egg is jammy.

Recipe: 3-Ingredient Savory Breakfast Puffs

Giant Cinnamon Roll

Why make individual cinnamon rolls when you can impress your brunch guests with one giant cinnamon roll that you'll serve to them in slices like a cake? This cinnamon roll will definitely be the talk of your party, measuring a whopping 10 inches in diameter and weighing almost two pounds. Assembling the giant cinnamon roll might be the hardest part, but once it's cooked — which takes about 50 minutes in the oven — and covered with the rich, creamy icing, you'll be proud of your baking accomplishment.

Recipe: Giant Cinnamon Roll

Easy Sheet Pan Pancake

Making pancakes can be time-consuming, having to pour the batter and flip each pancake individually, one at a time. Recipe developer Kristen Carli has eliminated this problem with this creative sheet pan pancake recipe. To prepare, you simply mix together the ingredients, pour the batter onto a sheet pan, and bake. That's it! When finished, slice the sheet pancake into squares to create individual servings, then top with maple syrup or homemade whipped cream and berries.

Recipe: Easy Sheet Pan Pancakes

Classic Nicoise Salad

Preparing French food can be intimidating, but rest assured, this Nicoise salad recipe from recipe developer Maren Epstein is easy to make and well-worth the effort. You'll simply microwave the fingerling potatoes, hard boil the eggs, combine the canned tuna with red wine vinegar, salt, and pepper, make the dressing, then arrange the salad in any fashion you find pleasing. When you bring this colorful, fresh Nicoise salad to the brunch table, your guests will be impressed and you'll feel ultra-fancy.

Recipe: Classic Nicoise Salad

Moist Honey Cornbread Muffins

These sweet honey cornbread muffins are the perfect addition to your brunch spread. Plus, total prep and cook times add up to less than 20 minutes, so you'll have them ready in no time. Simply mix together the ingredients to form a batter and pour it into lined muffin tins. Recipe developer Kristen Carli recommends serving these muffins either on their own, with some sweet homemade honey butter, or alongside some hearty homemade chili.

Recipe: Moist Honey Cornbread Muffins


Everyone loves a good quiche, but this caramelized onion and bacon quiche from recipe developer Mark Beahm might take the cake. Beahm walks you through how to properly prepare, freeze, and blind bake the store-bought crust and how to best caramelize the onions. Finally, you'll make the egg mixture, which must be the perfect consistency to ensure the final product has the proper texture. Once everything is assembled, you'll bake the quiche for about half an hour, then, after it cools, it's ready to slice and serve to your brunch guests.

Recipe: Quiche

Easy Donut Breakfast Burger

Looking for something decadent and over-the-top for your brunch spread? Look no further than this easy donut breakfast burger, which is exactly what it sounds like: a burger — with the addition of a fried egg on top — served on a donut "bun." Preparation is basically the same as cooking a burger, frying up some bacon, and frying an egg, then you'll cut a donut in half and sandwich the burger materials in the middle. We hope you're hungry!

Recipe: Easy Donut Breakfast Burger

California Breakfast Burrito

Burritos are a great addition to your brunch spread, and this recipe for a California breakfast burrito from recipe developer Jaime Bachtell-Shelbert is sure to be a crowd pleaser that guests will request for future brunches. Inside the burritos you'll find soft scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon, cheese, pico de gallo, and slices of fresh avocado. That might seem like a lot of components, but these burritos are ready in just over a half an hour. Serve alongside black beans and rice or fresh fruit.

Recipe: California Breakfast Burrito

Simple Poached Egg and Avocado Toast

Avocado toast is one of the trendiest dishes out there, and this simple brunch recipe combines the rich, creamy goodness of a piece of toast spread with avocado with a delicious and nutritious poached egg, which is easier than you think it is to make — we promise. Recipe developer Susan Olayinka offers a strategy for poaching eggs that doesn't involve any stirring of water and "no funny gimmicks." Want to add a little va-va-voom to your avocado toast beyond just eggs? Add some bacon on top. Yum!

Recipe: Simple Poached Egg and Avocado Toast

Best Pumpkin Coffee Cake

Pumpkin is the quintessential flavor of fall, but you don't have to wait until September to add this pumpkin coffee cake to your brunch spread, as your guests are sure to enjoy it all year round. You'll make the streusel and the batter for the cake separately, then layer the streusel atop the batter before baking for about 25 minutes or until the streusel is a light golden brown. Recipe developer Molly Allen also provides a recipe for a glaze to drizzle on top, if you so desire.

Recipe: Best Pumpkin Coffee Cake

15-Minute Frittata

When it comes to preparing for a brunch that involves multiple dishes, it's crucial to time out when each component of the meal will be ready. That's why quick dishes are gold, and this 15-minute frittata certainly fits into that category. What's even better: This frittata cooks up right in the microwave! This recipe from recipe developer Catherine Brookes calls for green pepper and cherry tomatoes, but Brookes notes you can use any veggies you have available in your fridge.

Recipe: 15-Minute Frittata

German Apple Pancake

This German apple pancake looks more like a pie than a pancake, and you'll bake it in a skillet in the oven rather than in individual portions on the stove like traditional American pancakes. First, you'll mix together the batter, then add it to the skillet alongside cinnamon and diced apples — the order in which this is done is important here, so pay close attention to the recipe — and bake. Recipe developer Kristen Carli recommends topping the German apple pancake with maple or caramel syrup before slicing and serving.

Recipe: German Apple Pancake

Healthy Moroccan Carrot Salad

This healthy Moroccan carrot salad is a great side dish for any brunch, but don't be surprised if you find your guests going back for seconds and taking an even bigger spoonful than their first serving. This recipe has many ingredients, but don't be deterred from making it, as they all contribute to the healthiness of the salad. You'll make the dressing from a mixture of apple cider vinegar, olive oil, honey, Dijon mustard, and a variety of spices before mixing it in with the salad made from shredded carrots, parsley, scallions, sunflower seeds, and raisins.

Recipe: Healthy Moroccan Carrot Salad

Hearty Chicken and Rice Casserole

Prep for this hearty chicken and rice casserole couldn't be quicker or easier. You'll simply cook the chicken, carrots, onion, and garlic in a large frying pan, then add in the rest of the ingredients and continue to cook before pouring the whole mixture into a casserole dish and baking. You'll need ample time to bake this dish — about one hour and 15 minutes — but the end result is sure to be a hit among your brunch guests.

Recipe: Hearty Chicken and Rice Casserole

Scrambled Eggs

Sometimes you need something simple to add to your brunch spread. That's where this recipe for scrambled eggs comes in. There are many versions of scrambled eggs, but recipe developer Keith Kamikawa promises "creamy, fluffy scrambled eggs" from his recipe, which calls for butter and half and half to add "richness." Kamikawa recommends stirring together the egg mixture before pouring it into the pan rather than mixing it in the pan itself. Once in the pan, use a folding technique to cook the eggs.

Recipe: Scrambled Eggs


A michelada is essentially a Bloody Mary with a twist of Mexican flair thanks to the use of beer in place of vodka. Recipe developer Christina Musgrave recommends using a light Mexican beer like Corona, as well as adding a coating of Tajin seasoning along the top of the glass. You'll also add in some tomato juice, lime juice, hot sauce, soy sauce, and Worcestershire sauce. After stirring together the ingredients with some ice, garnish with lime slices and you're ready to rock and roll.

Recipe: Michelada


Recipe developer Laura Sampson notes that it will probably take a few rounds of making these crumpets until you get the appearance — a flat disk with browning on the top — right, but don't be discouraged, because even the "ugly" crumpets you make will still taste great. These crumpets are great for brunch with butter or jam spread across the top. They'll take quite a bit of time to prepare (about two hours and 15 minutes), but on the bright side, they only need seven minutes to cook in a frying pan.

Recipe: Crumpets

Copycat Starbucks Bacon, Cheddar & Egg Sandwich

Breakfast sandwiches are perfect for brunch because they come in individual servings and are an easily enjoyed, utensil-free meal. If you're serving brunch guests who are Starbucks fans, they'll likely be familiar with (and relish in) this copycat bacon, cheddar cheese, and egg sandwich based on the coffee chain's popular breakfast sandwich. You'll sandwich the ingredients between delicious, buttery croissant buns after frying up the egg and bacon. Pop the sandwich in the oven for a couple of minutes once assembled to melt the cheese.

Recipe: Copycat Starbucks Bacon, Cheddar & Egg Sandwich

Joanna Gaines' French Toast Crunch With A Nutella Twist

We have recipe developer Susan Olayinka to thank for this creative take on Joanna Gaines' classic French toast recipe. The twist? Olayinka adds Nutella to her French toast, which we think is an incredible idea. Olayinka recommends brioche bread, and the recipe also calls for cornflakes, heavy cream, cream of tartar, chopped hazelnuts, and other ingredients you'll probably already have stocked in your fridge or pantry. When finished, top with maple syrup, powdered sugar, strawberries, or whipped cream before serving to your brunch guests.

Recipe: Joanna Gaines' French Toast Crunch With a Nutella Twist

Eggs Benedict

Making the perfect eggs Benedict can be intimidating, but recipe developer Cecilia Ryu is here with some great tips to make the process a bit easier and less stressful. Plus, your brunch guests are sure to appreciate the effort you put into this incredible dish after just one bite. Ryu recommends making the hollandaise sauce first, then walks you through how to perfectly poach an egg. Cooking the Canadian bacon and toasting the bread is the easy part, then you just have to assemble the eggs Benedict and enjoy!

Recipe: Eggs Benedict

Tasty Monkey Bread

Recipe developer Stephanie Rapone says monkey bread is a "sweet and sticky bread" similar to cinnamon rolls that is great for brunch alongside some fresh fruit or bacon. You'll need just five ingredients for this recipe: granulated sugar, cinnamon, light brown sugar, unsalted butter, and 12 frozen yeast dinner rolls — Rapone recommends the Rhodes brand of dinner rolls. Prep time is no joke: You'll need about five hours for this monkey bread, but that includes the two-hour bread thaw time and the two to three hours it will take for the bread to rise.

Recipe: Tasty Monkey Bread

Peach Caprese Salad

A caprese salad always contains tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, olive oil, and fresh basil, but recipe developer Kristen Carli takes this iconic salad one step further with the addition of peaches and balsamic vinegar, and we think you, and your brunch guests, will like it. Prep is as simple as slicing up the ingredients into bite-sized pieces, assembling the salad, and dressing it with vinegar. If you want to be super authentic, add a drizzle of olive oil.

Recipe: Peach Caprese Salad

Spiced Zucchini Bread

Recipe developer Hayley MacLean notes this spiced zucchini bread recipe is perfect for the fall and winter months, but it's also great for the summer when there is zucchini aplenty, both in our gardens and at the grocery store. You'll need quite the list of ingredients for this recipe, but worry not, a lot of them you're bound to already have in your pantry. Prep involves mixing the dry and wet ingredients separately, then combining them all together and adding zucchini and walnuts.

Recipe: Spiced Zucchini Bread

BLT Pasta Salad

This BLT pasta salad is made with farfalle pasta and a dressing made from mayonnaise, yellow mustard, and Dijon mustard, plus a special bonus ingredient: avocado! If you like your pasta salad to have an extra tangy kick, recipe developer Petar Marshall suggests adding extra Dijon. Prep is as simple as cooking the farfalle, mixing together the dressing, then adding in the bacon, arugula, avocado, and tomatoes. The entire process will take you about 18 minutes.

Recipe: BLT Pasta Salad

Banana Blueberry Muffins

Think of this recipe as a beautiful marriage of banana bread and blueberry muffins. Recipe developer Catherine Brookes says the secret of preparing the perfect banana blueberry muffins is using slightly overripe bananas. Start by mixing the mashed bananas with the wet ingredients and stirring together the dry ingredients. Once combined, you'll fold in whole, juicy blueberries before pouring the batter into lined muffin tins and baking. Be sure to let the muffins cool before moving them to your brunch spread.

Recipe: Banana Blueberry Muffins

Creamy Hamburger Potato Casserole

Love cheeseburgers and fries? Then you've gotta try this creamy hamburger potato casserole, which combines the undeniably scrumptious taste of cheeseburgers with potatoes, plus some mushroom soup for extra creaminess. Prep is super easy and will take you just 10 minutes. You'll just cook the ground beef in a skillet, slice up the potatoes, then layer the two with some cheese in a casserole dish. Cook this creamy hamburger potato casserole for an hour and a half. You can always add a fried egg if you want to get extra brunch-y about it.

Recipe: Creamy Hamburger Potato Casserole

Best Apple Pie Waffles

Recipe developer Susan Olayinka was inspired by the fall when dreaming up this recipe, but we bet you and your brunch guests would enjoy it all year round. You'll use both regular sugar and pearl sugar in this recipe, so rest assured, these waffles will be plenty sweet. Be sure to set your waffle iron to the medium-high setting and let it warm up before adding the apple pie-inspired waffle batter. Olayinka offers a tip for keeping the waffles warm as you make each one individually, because trust us, you're going to want to make a lot of them!

Recipe: Best Apple Pie Waffles

Ham and Cheese Cloud Egg

According to recipe developer Carrie Madormo, the term "cloud egg" refers to "egg whites that have been cooked separately from the yolks." "It's like a delicious fried egg with omelet ingredients stuffed inside," she says. Once you separate the egg whites from the yolks, you'll beat them then add in ingredients like diced ham and shredded cheddar cheese. After baking the mixture, you'll press a spoon into each portion and drop in the egg yolk. Madormo recommends serving your cloud egg with hash browns.

Recipe: Ham and Cheese Cloud Egg

Breakfast Cereal Doughnuts

Recipe developer Jennifer En guides you through how to make these baked doughnuts, prepare their vanilla glaze, and add your favorite sweet cereal on top. While En is partial to Froot Loops and Lucky Charms, you can use any sugary cereal of your choice. The doughnut batter is made with buttermilk with nutmeg added in, as well as some vanilla extract and honey to add to the sweetness factor. These breakfast cereal doughnuts are sure to be a hit among the kiddos at your brunch celebration.

Recipe: Breakfast Cereal Doughnuts

Savory Eggless Crepes

This savory eggless crepe recipe is perfect if you are expecting brunch guests who are allergic to eggs, and they're sure to be grateful for the thought you put into considering their allergy and preparing this delicious dish for them. Recipe developer Kit Hondrum notes the texture of these eggless crepes aren't as "soft and delicate as traditional crepes," but they are still satisfying. Hondrum uses Brie cheese for this recipe, but adds that you could also use Gruyere, cheddar, or Swiss.

Recipe: Savory Eggless Crepes

Croque Madam Sandwich

Recipe developer Liz Capozzoli says this croque madam sandwich is similar to one you'd find at a quality French bistro, and we assure you that while the recipe may seem intimidating at first, you're sure to perfect it with just a little practice. First you'll need to make the Béchamel sauce, then assemble the sandwich in a large skillet. After the sandwiches are cooked, you'll pour some Béchamel sauce over the top and pop them under the broiler before adding a fried egg on top.

Recipe: Croque Madam Sandwich

Bacon Sausage Ham Breakfast Skillet

Recipe developer Jamie Monkkonen says this protein-packed breakfast skillet is akin to the breakfast version of a meat lover's pizza. Now that we have your attention, you'll be pleased to know this dish is simple to make and is sure to please all the breakfast meat fans at your brunch get-together. For an extra bonus, all the cooking is done in one skillet, which makes for easy clean-up. Monkkonen also offers suggestions for how to switch up this dish, including how to make it a veggie lover's skillet.

Recipe: Bacon Sausage Ham Breakfast Skillet

Crustless Ham and Cheese Quiche Muffins

Looking for something bite-sized, delicious, and packed with protein for your brunch spread? Look no further than this crustless ham and cheese quiche muffin recipe from recipe developer Carlos Leo. Leo walks you through how to prepare these tasty little guys, which mainly involves just mixing up the batter, portioning it into mini muffin tins, and popping them in the oven. Prep and cook times add up to just 24 minutes, so your guests will be noshing on these dainty quiche muffins in no time. Serve alongside a traditional green salad or toasted bread.

Recipe: Crustless Ham and Cheese Quiche Muffins

Quick Banana Pancakes

Banana pancakes is one of those dishes that is quintessentially loved by all, and for good reason. They're basically like having dessert for breakfast with the added bonus of a serving of fruit. Our recipe for banana pancakes comes from recipe developer Shanika Graham-White who shows you how to make these sweet pancakes quickly and efficiently, and even offers suggestions on how to alter the recipe to make it vegan. The secret spices? Cinnamon and nutmeg!

Recipe: Quick Banana Pancakes

Shepherd Salad

The salad selection at your brunch will be strong with the addition of this shepherd salad from recipe developer Cecilia Ryu, who appreciates how the ingredients combine with the tangy dressing to create a complex flavor profile. Ryu also notes that the salad can be paired with just about anything, which makes it perfect for a brunch spread with lots of different items. Making the salad is as simple as prepping the ingredients, making the dressing, and tossing it all together with some feta cheese.

Recipe: Shepherd Salad

Hashbrown Casserole

Recipe developer Erin Johnson says this combination of hashbrowns and cheese is "food royalty," and we couldn't agree more. Johnson notes that while many casseroles call for cream of mushroom soup as a binder, here you'll use cheddar cheese soup to boost the flavors of the cheddar cheese and Colby Jack cheese in the casserole. And don't worry about having to make hashbrowns from scratch; Johnson recommends hitting up the grocery store and purchasing a bag of frozen hashbrowns for this recipe.

Recipe: Hashbrown Casserole

Easy Norwegian Waffles

Recipe developer Susan Olayinka stuck to the basics for this fairly traditional Norwegian waffle recipe, but decided to switch out the sour cream in favor of plain yogurt, which lends to the "soft, buttery, and cake-like" texture. To prepare the batter, mix together the ingredients — be sure to use whole milk instead of 1% or 2% — then preheat your waffle iron and brush it with butter so the waffles don't stick. Once the waffles are done cooking, top with sour cream and strawberry jam for a truly Norwegian experience.

Recipe: Easy Norwegian Waffles

Cookie Butter Banana Bread

What's better than banana bread? A banana bread taken to the next level with the addition of cookie butter, that's what. This cookie butter banana bread recipe is the brainchild of recipe developer Mark Beahm who was inspired by both peanut butter banana bread and Speculoos, a sweet and spiced holiday cookie popular in the Netherlands. Beahm walks you through how to make the batter, including adding a bit of encouragement at a point where things might look a bit derailed. Keep going — your brunch guests are going to love this cookie butter banana bread!

Recipe: Cookie Butter Banana Bread

Veggie Omelet

A veggie omelet is a great dish to center your brunch around, as it's not only tasty and filling, but also provides a hearty dose of protein and vegetables. This omelet is chock full of goodness including spinach, onions, mushrooms, and sun-dried tomatoes, but you can use any veggies you desire or might have already in your fridge. First, you'll prep and cook the veggies, then the eggs, then prepare the omelet as a whole. Add some goat cheese at the end for a cheesy kick.

Recipe: Veggie Omelet

Instant Pot Poached Eggs

Think making poached eggs is hard? Think again, because thanks to your trusty Instant Pot, the process now couldn't be easier. You'll need two small ramekins to place each egg in on the wire rack inside the Instant Pot. Cook the eggs for just one minute in the Instant Pot, then be sure to remove the eggs as soon as the one minute is up, or they'll keep cooking. Recipe developer Susan Olayinka recommends serving with sourdough toast and wilted spinach.

Recipe: Instant Pot Poached Eggs

Overnight Breakfast Casserole With Bacon

What's great about this breakfast casserole with bacon is that you can prepare it all the night before your big brunch event and then cook it on the day of, therefore minimizing the number of things you need to prepare in the morning. Don't worry about using a fancy bread like a French baguette or Italian loaf — just plain white bread will do. Recipe developer Christina Musgrave notes you could also add in other breakfast meats in addition to bacon as well as any kind of veggies you might be craving.

Recipe: Overnight Breakfast Casserole With Bacon

Homemade Turkey Breakfast Sausage

Turkey has become a popular meat choice for breakfast sausage given that it's often considered healthier than beef or pork, and you'll definitely be needing a breakfast meat for your brunch spread, so this homemade turkey breakfast sausage is the perfect recipe to get the party started. It takes just five minutes to prep these sausage patties and just 20 minutes to cook, making them convenient as well as tasty. For maximum flavor and moisture, recipe developer Susan Olayinka recommends using dark turkey meat for this sausage recipe.

Recipe: Homemade Turkey Breakfast Sausage

Gordon Ramsay's Donuts

Gordon Ramsay's chocolate ganache-filled donut recipe is turning heads, and it certainly attracted the attention of recipe developer Michelle Morey, who came up with a copycat recipe using everyone's favorite spread: Nutella! Morey notes the hazelnut adds a touch of sophistication to the chocolate donuts. These donuts will have to rise twice, so know that you'll have to exercise some patience when making them. Don't get it right the first time? Keep trying, because with practice you're sure to perfect these donuts, and your brunch guests will love you for it.

Recipe: Gordon Ramsay's Donuts

Apple Cinnamon Muffins

Your brunch guests will adore these apple cinnamon muffins during celebrations in the fall months and all year round. Recipe developer Molly Allen not only provides a great recipe for these delicious muffins, but goes above and beyond with an additional topping made from brown sugar, healthy old fashioned oats, and ground cinnamon. Prep time is only 10 minutes and cook time is only 20 minutes. These muffins are the perfect accompaniment to eggs or a breakfast casserole, and can be served with butter or honey.

Recipe: Apple Cinnamon Muffins

Quiche Lorraine

Having a quiche on your brunch spread is a must, and there's not much better than a traditional quiche Lorraine with Gruyere cheese, fresh chives, and bacon. Recipe developer Tara Rylie shows you how to par-bake your crust, and notes that you'll need some heavy cream to really give the quiche the best texture possible. Rylie notes that quiches often need varying amounts of time in the oven, so don't fret if you think your quiche isn't quite done when the timer bell dings, just pop it back in for a few more minutes.

Recipe: Quiche Lorraine

Avocado Tomato Salad

This avocado tomato salad will add a savory element to your brunch spread perfect for those guests looking for something a little lighter than, say, a heavy pancake or casserole filled with meat and eggs. This salad is made with cherry tomatoes, avocado, sweet corn, and red onion, and you'll make the dressing with just a little balsamic vinegar mixed with salt and pepper. Garnish with a little bit of parsley on top and you're ready to serve to your hungry guests in a matter of minutes.

Recipe: Avocado Tomato Salad

Mexican Cornbread Casserole

Recipe developer Hayley MacLean originally wrote this Mexican cornbread casserole recipe as a dinner dish, but we think it would be great for any brunch fiesta. It's the seasonings — which include cuminoregano, chilis, garlic, and onion — that bring the Mexican element to the casserole, MacLean says. This dish is chock full of yummy ingredients, so you'll most likely need to make a trip to the store before you start assembling and cooking your casserole. It'll be worth it, we swear.

Recipe: Mexican Cornbread Casserole

Red Velvet Pancakes

We all love pancakes, which are essentially cake for breakfast, and what better way to sweeten up your brunch with pancakes taken to the next level of decadence? Enter: red velvet pancakes, which recipe developer Hayley MacLean says get their distinct flavor from vanilla and cocoa. You'll prepare these pancakes similar to how you'd prepare any other pancake, with the addition of adding in some red food coloring as you go. Top the finished product with a cream cheese drizzle, M&M'S, and white chocolate chips for an extra dose of sweetness.

Recipe: Red Velvet Pancakes

Egg Salad With Avocado

Surprise your brunch guests with this creative twist on avocado toast that involves mixing avocado into egg salad before spreading it on bread, making it into sandwiches, or eating it with chips guacamole-style. Prep is super simple: hard boil the eggs, mash together the eggs and avocado, then add in some lime juice, salt, and pepper to finish the egg salad. Once spread on toast, you can also sprinkle some red chili flakes or lime chili seasoning on top for a little extra flavor.

Recipe: Egg Salad With Avocado

Classic Chaffle

Chaffles are all the rage, as these low-carb waffles with cheese as the main ingredient have taken the low-carb and keto diet worlds by storm. There is no processed flour in a chaffle, just cheddar, mozzarella, or Colby Jack cheese to hold all the ingredients together. But won't it taste like cheese instead of a waffle? Nope, says recipe developer Annie Lampella, who notes these chaffles taste especially waffle-esque when you add maple syrup or butter on top.

Recipe: Classic Chaffle

Traditional Irish Breakfast

If you want to go all out for your brunch guests, why not turn your brunch into an international feast? There's certainly plenty to enjoy off an Irish breakfast plate, which contains black pudding, hash browns, bacon, sausage links, mushrooms, tomatoes, eggs, toast, and baked beans. Cooking each ingredient may sound like it will take some time, but, in reality, cooking time for this recipe is just over 20 minutes, and your guests are sure to appreciate all the effort you put in once they taste this delicious meal.

Recipe: Traditional Irish Breakfast

Giada's Egg Casserole With A Twist

This recipe comes from recipe developer Erin Johnson, who did a pretty great job of putting together a copycat recipe for Giada De Laurentiis' egg casserole, if we may say so ourselves. Johnson's twist has nothing to do with the ingredients themselves, but rather the form the casserole takes; while De Laurentiis prepares one whole bake, Johnson recommends making individual mini bites. With plenty of basil, sun-dried tomatoes, sausage, and goat cheese, the bites will have your guests transported to the Italian countryside in no time.

Recipe: Giada's Egg Casserole With A Twist

Turkish Eggs

This Mediterranean-inspired brunch recipe comes courtesy of recipe developer Carlos Leo, who shows you how to make the garlicky yogurt, fry the eggs to perfection, and infuse the brown butter for these Turkish eggs. The recipe may seem intimidating, but Leo notes it's mostly about timing. Be sure to prep the yogurt first, then you can cook the butter and egg at the same time. Then, you just have to assemble the dish before serving it to your grateful guests.

Recipe: Turkish Eggs

Quinoa Zucchini Salad

This quinoa zucchini salad is great to make the day before your brunch, so you'll have it ready beforehand to serve your guests. The salad is chock full of goodies: quinoa and zucchini, naturally, as well as shallot, garlic, cherry tomatoes, lemon juice, and spinach. Once assembled, you'll sprinkle in some goat cheese. Recipe developer Michelle McGlinn walks you through how to cook both the quinoa and the veggies to perfection to create a fresh, nutritious salad your guests are sure to leave brunch raving about.

Recipe: Quinoa Zucchini Salad

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Muffins

Your gluten-free friends and family members will love you for taking their dietary needs into consideration when making them these wheatless chocolate chip muffins to serve at your next brunch event. Recipe developer Catherine Brookes notes this is an easy recipe, perfect for beginners. Prep is as simple as mixing together the wet and dry ingredients separately, then combining them to form a batter which you'll pour into lined muffin tins before baking. Yum!

Recipe: Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Muffins

Snickerdoodle Pancakes

What's better than having pancakes for brunch? It's essentially like starting your day with dessert. We'll tell you: Pancakes that taste just like your favorite snickerdoodle cookies! Recipe developer Melissa Olivieri put together this recipe that will make you nostalgic for one of the most beloved cookies of your childhood, this time served in the form of fluffy pancakes and filled with plenty of ground cinnamon. Once you take these pancakes off the griddle, top them with maple syrup or mixed fruit and enjoy.

Recipe: Snickerdoodle Pancakes

Avocado Toast

Sure, anyone can mash up some avocado, spread it on some bread, and call it a trendy brunch dish. But thanks to recipe developer Maren Epstein, you'll have the best avocado toast at your party with this recipe, which also incorporates the optional elements of goat cheese, chives, cilantro, chili flakes, and tangy eggplant caponata. Epstein notes that while these ingredients provide a few options for toppings, the sky is your limit — you can top your avocado toast with whatever sounds yummy at the moment.

Recipe: Avocado Toast

Simple French Toast Casserole

We'd all like to serve French toast at our brunch celebrations, but who has the time to stand in front of the stove flipping one piece of bread at a time while simultaneously hosting a party? Nobody does, which is why recipe developer Jaime Bachtell-Shelbert concocted this clever French toast casserole recipe that allows you to prepare a whole pan of French toast at once. The secret to this dish is the bread, which Bachtell-Shelbert recommends being a day old to make sure it doesn't get too soggy.

Recipe: Simple French Toast Casserole

Sous Vide Egg Bites

If you have the ability to sous vide at home, making these adorably tiny sous vide egg bites is a breeze and your brunch guests are sure to love how easy they are to pop into their mouths one after the next. Recipe developer Mackenzie Burgess walks you through how to make the egg mixture of gruyere cheese, spinach, and roasted red peppers and then how to properly portion and cook the egg mixture in your sous vide.

Recipe: Sous Vide Egg Bites

Belgian Waffles

Belgian waffles are the ideal addition to your brunch spread because they are a total crowd pleaser and toppings can be customized based on individual guest preferences. Recipe developer Liz Capozzoli walks you through how to make these waffles to perfection, making sure the insides are soft and fluffy and the outsides crispy. Pro tip: If you want truly perfect Belgian waffles, try investing in a waffle maker designed especially for thicker Belgian waffles.

Recipe: Belgian Waffles

Blueberry Muffins

For some brunch celebrations, the classics are best, just like this recipe for traditional blueberry muffins. Recipe developer Molly Allen not only shows you how to pack an impressive amount of blueberry flavor into each little muffin, but also how to top them with a streusel to add a texture reminiscent of coffee cake. You can use fresh or frozen blueberries for this recipe. Prep and bake times add up to only a little over a half an hour, so these blueberry muffins can be served on your brunch spread in a matter of minutes.

Recipe: Blueberry Muffins

Cornbread Pancakes

Sure, you've probably got a lot of sweet baked goods on your brunch table, so why not add in one that's a bit savory for good measure? Enter cornbread pancakes, which are made from a simple recipe by recipe developer Kristen Carli and cook up quickly in a skillet. Carli recommends topping the finished pancakes with fresh raspberries, but also notes that blueberries, whipped cream, chocolate chips, or powdered sugar would also be ultra delicious.

Recipe: Cornbread Pancakes

3-Ingredient Scotch Eggs

If you're unfamiliar, Scotch eggs are a traditional British pub food that takes a hard boiled egg and coats it with sausage, which is then coated in breadcrumbs and deep fried. Sounds decadent, for sure, and also fairly unhealthy. That's why recipe developer Susan Olayinka came up with a meat-free Scotch egg with a falafel coating that's just as delicious, but better for your health. Prep involves hard boiling the eggs, then coating them in a falafel mix before baking them.

Recipe: 3-Ingredient Scotch Eggs

Mexican Breakfast Casserole

We love this Mexican breakfast casserole — courtesy of recipe developer Kristen Carli — not only because it's delicious and filling, but also because you can prepare some of it the night before your brunch and finish baking it the day of. Whatever makes brunch day easier, we're all for it! In addition to plenty of eggs, this casserole is chock full of Mexican goodies like chorizo, jalapeños, salsa, tortillas, and Mexican cheese. Need some extra spice? Drizzle a little Cholula on top.

Recipe: Mexican Breakfast Casserole

Copycat Costco Almond Poppy Seed Muffins

Recipe developer Molly Allen is back with another fantastic muffin recipe, this time paying homage to the jumbo almond poppy seed muffins sold at warehouse giant Costco. Prep is super simple and straightforward; you'll just mix together the dry ingredients, combine the wet ingredients, add in the poppy seeds, then portion the batter into a lined muffin tin before baking. You can even go and purchase a jumbo muffin pan (which has spots for six muffins instead of the traditional 12) to get the true Costco jumbo almond poppy seed muffin experience.

Recipe: Copycat Costco Almond Poppy Seed Muffins

Old Fashioned Pancakes

Recipe developer Kate Shungu uses buttermilk in these old fashioned pancakes, an ingredient that she says gives it a tanginess that is well balanced by the sweetness of maple syrup. There are no fancy ingredients and no frills going on with this recipe, which will result in the most delicious plain pancakes that will surely wow your brunch guests. In all, the prep and cook process will take you less than 20 minutes, so you won't have to budget too much of your brunch prep time for these pancakes.

Recipe: Old Fashioned Pancakes

Mini Frittatas

There's not much better than a fantastic egg frittata to add to your brunch spread, but what about mini, individually sized servings of frittata? Yes, please! Recipe developer Maren Epstein combines smoky broccoli, caramelized onions, and Pecorino cheese for incredible bold flavors that make every bite worthwhile. Prep and cook times add up to just 27 minutes, so you'll have these mini frittatas in your guests' hands in less than half an hour.

Recipe: Mini Frittatas

Easy Brunch Casserole

This casserole is designed with brunch in mind, and recipe developer Sher Castellano pulls out all the stops to make sure it's scrumptious. Think: An egg casserole with tomatoes and red onions mixed in and topped with ricotta cheese and basil leaves. It's enough to make any brunch guest's mouth water. Luckily, prep is as easy as mixing together the ingredients, pouring the mixture into a pan, dolloping on the cheese, and baking for about 35 minutes.

Recipe: Easy Brunch Casserole

Egg Muffin

These savory, low-carb treats may be shaped like traditional muffins — and you'll pop them under the broiler in muffin tins to cook — but they're chock full of eggs and tasty goodies like cherry tomatoes, spinach, parsley, and cheddar and feta cheeses. Recipe developer Maren Epstein also offers an alternative baking technique that you can utilize to prepare the egg muffins before your brunch, which will save you valuable time the morning of the event. Serve these egg muffins on their own, or alongside a salad.

Recipe: Egg Muffin