Oh Sunday brunch with friends, how we missed you! We’re back in the brunch game this summer and are excited to return to some of our favorite sweet and savory brunch recipes on B + C. Whether you’re looking to serve up a romantic brunch in bed for your SO, a bas-brunch. carbohydrate protein for you and a friend, or a festive spread, with a mimosa bar, for many we have easy and fun recipes for you to make for you to try this weekend, and next, and this weekend. ‘after this. Enjoy!
Small bites, mini bites or amuse bouche – call them whatever you want; bite-size foods taste twice as good when reduced to adorable proportions. These bite-sized Eggs Benedict are super cute and taste sensational, and they never fail to impress the crowd.
low carb smoked salmon stuffed eggs
Not just those devilish eggs overcome with smoked salmon, but the garnish is also packed up with smoked salmon (plus some delicious extras like lemon zest and Dijon mustard). It’s a low-carb treat that’s perfect for picnics, parties, and brunches.
Vegan lemon scones
Lemon scones are the perfect breakfast pastry because they are refreshing, tasty, and so delicious. Better yet: they are vegans! They can also be easily gluten-free, if you replace the flour with a GF mixture. AND they are slightly sweet compared to other breakfast pastries. So grab your favorite mimosa recipe and add these delicious scones to your brunch menu, stat.
Cream cheese toast with assorted fruit garnish
For an easy-to-spread brunch, try these colorful and fruity toasts topped with cream cheese and your favorite fruits and herbs. Simple, but delicious. Pair it with our magical golden flower juice and cookie cutter for a Disney-inspired brunch.
Mini Lemon Breads With Sweet Flowers
Three words: confit. edible. flowers. If you’re looking for an easy way to impress your guests this summer, try your hand at baking these simple lemon buns with sweet flowers. Both beautiful and delicious, these treats will make everyone think you’ve opened your own pastry shop!
Here’s a makeover from breakfast to our favorite appetizer: jar stickers! Learn how to make these sweet and savory morning treats any time of the day.
Brunch at the mimosa bar
In our humble opinion, brunches are best in your pajamas. So why not have a brunch party with strict pajama attire? Here’s a mimosa-filled brunch party full of easy crafts and easy breakfast treats. Fill a mimosa bar with your favorite juices, bountiful toppings, and tons of bubbles.
Lemon and elderflower waffles
Inspired by * the * royal wedding cake, we’ve taken the liberty of decorating these waffles in the exact style of Violet Cakes pastry chef Claire Ptak. She is famous for sprinkling her Victoria sponge cakes with lots of powdered sugar and topping the top with plenty of hulled strawberries split in half and edible flowers. The results will be dazzling even if the technique is so simple.
Eggs in the pan
True story: At B + C, we favor ALL meals prepared in advance. If you’re cooking for a crowd, this is an easy way to keep your meetings fun and stress-free. Our new favorite? Eggs in the pan! Get them ready for your next brunch or your next busy work week.
Cooking Foil creates closed vapor that locks in flavor, moisture and gives extra oomph! This French method of cooking in parchment bags is extremely versatile but is traditionally used to prepare fish, chicken and vegetables. For this recipe, we used the technique to make eggs full of robust flavor with almost no effort.
Bowl of Strawberry Quinoa Chia
These strawberry and quinoa bowls will be your new best friend this summer. They’re filled with so many healthy ingredients and taste so delicious that you might actually forget about your favorite sugary snacks (okay, we said may be).
Ramekin eggs in the pressure cooker
Are you ready to go beyond pressure-boiled hard-boiled eggs? The next breakfast to try in your Instant Pot or multicooker is eggs casserole, French for “in pot” or ramekins more precisely. Traditionally, raw eggs are broken into a buttered ramekin with a touch of cream and, optionally, your choice of cheese, vegetables, and herbs. A multicooker makes this process less than five minutes easy to use!
Bacon and Egg Risotto
Here we raise our eggs to the prominent position of the risotto filling. Usually thought of as a pretty fancy meal, this risotto has been smeared with fried bacon and eggs and – trust us – you’ll love every bite.
Apple and almond crumble
Fancy something sweet for brunch or just planning a dessert for breakfast (non-judgmental)? Introducing our pan-fried apple and almond crisp! Read on for all deets.
Sweet Potato Egg Boat
Roast a boat of twice-baked sweet potato eggs, fully loaded with bacon and avocado, so you can refuel for hours. To dramatically reduce roasting time, prick the potato, cover with a paper towel and microwave for about 4-8 minutes, until tender. Yum!
Croque Madame uf Cloud
This cloud-egg croque madame is a mix of a classic French croque madame (basically a grilled cheese and ham sandwich, which is usually topped with a simple fried egg) and fluffy cloudy egg. Such a welcome addition to the crispy sandwich and cheese underneath!
Raspberry Crumble Muffins
Some of you may have nostalgic feelings for raspberries after childhood summers picking just enough berries for your mom to bake a pie. If that sounds like you, here is an amazing tasting raspberry muffin recipe that will have you coming back to life.
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