Having brunch, as “basic” as it might sound to some, is one the best things to look forward to on the weekend. Going out is great but if you had a late night, are hung over, or just want to stay in and be lazy, you’re NOT in the mood to get dressed and face the world. Not to worry, there are lots of tasty and more importantly easy recipes that you can whip up for you and your friends at a moment’s notice. Be sure to check out these simple recipes where no gourmet cooking skills are required. It doesn’t get any better than that!
1. French Toast Bake
I’m always down for French toast and baking it is even better because this recipe requires overnight refrigeration so you can prep it the night before, throw it in the fridge, wake, and bake!
Find the recipe at cakescottage.com
2. Bacon and Egg Crescent Squares
Bacon and eggs are quite possibly one of the best breakfast combos ever and this easy recipe combines them with a warm, flaky crescent. It’s the perfect meal that looks like spent a lot of time on but didn’t.
Find the recipe at tablespoon.com
3. BAKED SAUSAGE, SPINACH and EGG BREAKFAST TAQUITOS
I can go hard go hard on some taquitos and when you combine yummy breakfast food inside them, it’s even better. Another great thing about this dish is that it’s baked not fried so it still tastes sinfully delicious without the guilt.
Find the recipe at therecipecritic.com
4. Chicken & Waffle Sliders
Chicken and waffles are fab for breakfast or lunch so it makes the ideal brunch meal! If you’re serving other people or even just yourself, you’ll probably want to serve an additional dish on top of this one because these guys are so little. This recipe is super easy, you just basically have to put it together.
Find the recipe at foodfolksandfun.net
5. Cheesy Tater Tot Breakfast Bake
Tater tots are like dreamy little pillows of deliciousness. Pair it with gooey cheese and crispy bacon and your taste buds are in for a treat! If you know you’re going to be too tired to prepare this in the AM, you can always prep the night before!
Find the recipe at chewoutloud.com
6. Raspberry and Passion Fruit Dutch Baby
First comes the Dutch baby then the food baby! Honestly, I don’t think I could control myself around this beautiful, scrumptious Dutch baby pancake. It’s got all the good qualities of a pancake, baked in an oven topped with delectable fruit.
Find the recipe at anniesnoms.com
7. MIXED BERRY VANILLA BAKED OATMEAL
For those who crave a comforting bowl of oatmeal in the morning, this is just as good if not better! This baked oatmeal combines filling oats with maple syrup, tart berries, and sweet vanilla. I can almost smell it baking in the oven now…
Find the recipe at celebratingsweets.com
Are you ready for some brunch?! I hope you get to try out some of these recipes this weekend. If you do, you’ve gotta tell us how it turned out!