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These flavorful turnovers are the perfect sweet treat to wrap up your next brunch.
Personalize this delicious (and nutritious) pancake recipe with your favorite add-ins, whether cinnamon or chocolate chips.
Tools you'll need: non-stick skillet pan ($24, )
Get your bread pudding and pancake fix with this amazing casserole dish.
Tools you'll need: stoneware ceramic casserole dish ($19, )
For a clever twist on chicken and waffles, why not pair chicken with cornbread pancakes?
Tools you'll need: Lodge cast iron skillet ($13, )
Turn everyone's favorite breakfast treat (banana bread!) into yummy pancakes. Who's having seconds?
Tools you'll need: 14-inch open skillet with helper handle ($36, )
Make a batch of this homemade granola for the week—we bet you won't have any left for brunch on Sunday.
Tools you'll need: Natural aluminum commercial baker's half sheet ($13, )
If you ever needed motivation to make banana bread, let this chocolatey recipe be your guide.
Tools you'll need: 9 x 5-inch nonstick loaf pan ($6, )
Crispy, spicy fried chicken on flakey biscuits? You might want to make two batches!
Tools you'll need: 10-by-16-inch nonstick cooling rack, set of 2 ($9, )
Give sweet French toast something savory by adding a slice of country ham.
Tools you'll need: Family sized electric griddle ($23, )
Serve this stuffed sausage and egg sandwich and keep them full 'til dinner.
Tools you'll need: Silicone spatula 3-piece set ($10, )
They're tasty, but these bites are super easy to make, too.
Tools you'll need: Titanium nonstick free glass lid cookware ($24, )
You can store extra candied peel at room temperature for up to a month.
Tools you'll need: nonstick dishwasher safe saucepan ($15, )
This delicious snack is like a portable garden! Add an egg on the side for your best breakfast ever.
The smell of these decadent treats baking will have everyone out of bed in no time.
This brunch-ready dish can easily feed a crowd.
You might want to make two of these extra-large sticky rolls, since brunch guests are sure to want seconds.
Zesty ginger and juicy pineapple give basic oatmeal an unexpected flair.
Roasted beets add a distinctive earthy quality to the classic Bloody Mary.
Egg whites, beaten into stiff peaks, give this savory main dish its heavenly loft; cheese, fresh dill, and roasted peppers provide the irresistible flavor. Plus, a serving has just 374 seriously worth-it calories.
Dense with onions, potatoes, olives, and cheese, this homey, one-skillet wonder hits the spot at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Serve it hot or at room temperature, sliced into wedges.
Tangy buttermilk and tart grapefruit give this classic treat a sophisticated update.
Slivered almonds add delicious crunch and sweetness to these irresistible cinnamon-scented pastries.
With the sweetness of a tangerine and tartness of a grapefruit, making a marmalade from tangelo gives this fruity spread a intensely complex citrus flavor. Pair it with a freshly toasted English muffin.
As everyone grabs a seat, fluffy sour-cream pancakes arrive hot off the griddle, bearing pats of maple-pecan butter and generous pours of dark-amber syrup.
This scrumptious maple-pecan butter takes only 10 minutes to make.
Homemade granola mixes with tangy yogurt and a drizzle of full-bodied syrup.
This hole-in-one beauty begins with a thick slice of buttered brioche bread. The freshest eggs will have centered, golden yolks and the best flavor. Drop in a jumbo egg and cook until the bread is toasted and the egg is set. Pair with bacon or roasted tomatoes.