Mix and match these make-ahead brunch recipes for a fresh twist on our morning favorites.
You can sub any of your favorite root vegetables for the potatoes and turnips. To plan ahead, cut up all the vegetables and
store them in zip-top plastic bags in the fridge for up to three days.
This creative brunch twist is a definite crowd-pleaser. Feel free to fry the eggs in a skillet and add to the just-cooked
pizza. Don't worry about shaping a perfectly round pie—embrace the free-form look. Cheesy Mornay Sauce elevates this rustic pizza into a company-worthy pie.
Introducing the pastatta: a comforting, hearty casserole that's a cross between baked pasta and frittata.
This fruit salad incorporates a medly of juicy flavors like peaches, plums, and apricots. The zesty citrus-basil syrup makes
a perfect finish.
This cooler is almost sweet enough to be a dessert. Stir in one cup rum or bourbon for an even more festive sipper.
Add more orange juice to the glaze, about one tsp. at a time, to make it as thin or thick as you'd like.
Make grits and sauce a day ahead. Grit cakes (browned in a skillet) also make a tasty supper side.
Thaw food in the refrigerator. The science behind a slow, even thaw preserves flavor and texture.
Impress your brunch company with this clever, simple spin on a traditional quiche.