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10 Eggcellent Brunch Recipes.

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Starting your day with a healthy breakfast is always a good idea. It’s an even better idea when that breakfast becomes brunch and there’s an excuse to get fancy with the first meal of the day. Try these eggcellent recipes the next time you’re looking for something a little different. 

  1. Biscuit Egg-In-A-Hole: This easy and delightful concoction is a take on the old “egg-in-a-hole” or “horse-in-the-barn” recipes. It’s sure to be a favorite of adults and kids alike because it includes the four best parts of breakfast: bread, cheese, ham, and eggs.
  2. Whole30 Veggie-Packed Breakfast Frittata: For those who are trying to eat more vegetables and less carbs, this recipe is a winner. The mixture of sun-dried tomatoes and spinach is always great—plus it’s dairy-free and gluten-free. 
  3. Cloud Eggs: If you love the old standby, eggs on toast, but want a break from the mundane, then try cloud eggs on toast. You have to see this recipe to believe it, but it is easy and a fun way to dress up breakfast.
  4. Bacon and Leek Quiche: For fans of the always-impressive quiche, this is a must! And if bacon and leeks aren’t your thing, feel free to sub different ingredients based on your taste.
  5. Blueberry Pecan Pancake Bread Pudding: You read that right. First you make pancakes and then you turn them into a tasty version of bread pudding. You can even use frozen blueberries or substitute bananas or apples.
  6. Croque-Madame: Looking for something to wow your tastebuds? Try this version of a croque madame, the famous French brunch specialty. Serve it with a fresh green salad dressed with lemon juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper for a delicious and simple dish.
  7. Carrot Cake Cinnamon Rolls: If you have little ones, this is a fun treat. Why not invite them into the kitchen to help?
  8. Gluten-Free Overnight Holiday Breakfast Casserole: Have friends or family members who don’t eat gluten? Bake up this goodness for them. If you can’t find a good gluten-free bread option, you can sub hash browns for the base of the casserole.
  9. Strawberry Pavlova: Making meringue may sound complicated, but it’s pretty simple. Add fresh fruit, and you have a delicious, light dessert to end your brunch.
  10. Million Dollar Deviled Eggs: No Hoosier brunch would be complete without deviled eggs. There’s only one way to find out if this recipe is really worth a million bucks!

Which recipe will you try? If your answer is all of them, then we salute you. Whatever your breakfasts look like on an average day, these recipes are sure to add a little variety into your morning!

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