Find delicious Christmas brunch recipes to serve at your holiday gathering including breakfast casseroles, biscuits, omelets, and more.
These aren't ordinary blueberry muffins! The tart-and-sugary glaze turns plain blueberry muffins extraordinary blueberry muffins.
Cranberries and a citrus glaze add a sweet-and-tart note to this delicious bread. The recipe makes five mini loaves—great
for hostess gifts!
This indulgent bread tastes as good as it looks. Don't skip the quick step of whipping the cream before stirring in the brown
sugar—that's the secret to the smooth texture of the caramel-flavored sauce.
Just when we thought make-ahead breakfasts couldn't get any easier, they do. This reader-inspired recipe starts with frozen
Texas toast and assembles in about 15 minutes. After assembling, simply chill for at least 4 hours and then bake.
Your family will definitely want to rise, shine, and dine when they smell these rolls baking in the oven.
This enticing coffee treat featuring praline liqueur, brown sugar, and half-and-half will warm up even the coolest of holiday
Sweetened dried cranberries, grated orange rind and orange marmalade add festive flavor to this hearty quick bread. And if
you prefer muffins, you can spoon this same batter into muffin pans instead of a loaf pan.
Baked in a casserole dish, these easy eggs served on English muffins are a delicious twist on Eggs Benedict.
Calorie counters rejoice! Not only is this baked version of the breakfast favorite easy to make, but it is also light and
We’ve revised the recipe for cheesy egg casserole to lower the calories and fat but maintain the rich flavor of this classic
Running out of time to assemble sandwiches yourself? Let guests make their own—serve sliced pork on a platter with chutney
and biscuits on the side.
Make a hearty breakfast casserole with hot pork sausage, cubed hash browns, eggs, and shredded cheese. Top with picante sauce
and sour cream for Tex-Mex flair.
Wake up! Our brandy slush is a great morning surprise. This makes a big batch, so keep one bag in the freezer up to three
A feather-light cornbread batter takes the place of eggs in these fun omelets.
Whip up a batch of these cinnamon rolls that your whole family is sure to love.
Pull out your favorite ovenproof coffee mugs to bake and serve these mini casseroles.
Get the enjoyment of a cream cheese Danish the easy way in this clever confection.
These sweet potato biscuits feature the sweet taste of canned sweet potatoes and boast a bolder flavor than regular biscuits.
They take a few hours to let rise, punch down, and rise again, but are well worth the wait.
Senior Food Editor Mary Allen Perry likes the make-ahead ease of this casserole. Prepare the recipe, without baking, and refrigerate
overnight. Tip: Make the Cheese Sauce before scrambling the eggs so the sauce will be ready to add at the proper time.
Make these savory muffins for a flavorful addition to your breakfast or brunch standards. With only five ingredients, the
hardest part is getting out of bed to enjoy them.
This chilled dessert recipe makes three servings, so plan to enjoy the two extra servings the next day
For an easy and elegant fruit presentation, drizzle this rich, make-ahead sauce over fresh fruit in your favorite glassware.
Dress up your bacon with this oh-so-Southern crispy coating. Once you've prepared it for the pan, you can stick the bacon
in the oven and free your hands up to prepare other parts of your meal.
The buttery pecan streusel takes this dessert-like cake from ordinary to extraordinary. Make it a day in advance so it's instantly
ready to serve for brunch.
Whether you serve it hot or cold, this coffee milk punch has just the right amount of kick to jump-start your holiday morning.
Creamy Brie cheese combines with the fresh flavors of onion, bell pepper, and potatoes in this hearty casserole.
This French toast recipe is loaded with tasty, sweet ingredients. Of course, you can always add a little extra sweetness with
maple syrup or whipped cream.
Serve these from-scratch biscuits warm with butter, honey, and jam, along with two platters—one with seared slices of country
ham and pepper jelly and another with deli ham and pimiento cheese.
Dough-wrapped chicken-apple sausages are best fresh from the oven, so bake one batch at a time and serve warm.
Turn a classic Southern dish into a light, fluffy soufflé for the ultimate holiday brunch.
Play with different citrus here, such as tangelos, blood oranges, or clementines.