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Broccolini Frittata with Crispy Potato Crust

Perfect for brunch or dinner, this eggy, gluten-free frittata swaps its typical pastry base for a crispy potato bottom.

14 best brunch recipes

Here's to the weekend and nice, leisurely meals with the ones we love. With everything from sweet to savoury, we've got all the recipes you need to get the party started. The only thing you need to ask is, "wanna do brunch?"

Yellow Squash Turmeric Tofu Scramble

Tofu acts as a flavour sponge, so it needs a bunch of seasoning to really shine. In this recipe, cumin and turmeric add flavor, Dijon mustard adds a necessary “eggy” taste, and the almond milk–nutritional yeast mixture makes it more like a creamy, soft scramble. The yellow squash and its egg-like color intermingle with the tofu, adding a bit more veggie punch to your breakfast.

Cherry Pie Chia Parfaits

Creamy chia pudding, jammy tart cherries, and a crunchy granola topping are great as a midday snack or an after-dinner treat.

Overnight Chia Seed and Oat Pudding

The beauty of a chia seed pudding is the minimal effort you put in at night works hard to yield a delicious, filling and very satisfying breakfast.

Layered Granola Berry Parfait

Raise your hand if you want an easy, delicious breakfast. Thick Greek yogurt, fresh berries and your fave granola. This parfait is your new go-to. 

 

Skillet hash

A cast iron skillet is all you need to give leftovers a boost; baked or boiled potatoes lay the foundation, and you can toss in peppers, Brussels sprouts, chopped ham or sausage, or really anything you have in the fridge that needs using. The cherry on top? A sunny-side up fried egg.

One Bowl Banana Bread

This is a go-to recipe for any parent of a toddler. It comes together in minutes using one bowl. Young kids love the job of mashing the bananas with a potato masher.

Glowing Rainbow Smoothie Bowl

Kids love this smoothie bowl, and you can get them involved in its preparation by asking them to help choose and add toppings!

Two-Bite Frittatas

Not only are single serving frittatas a handy way to nibble protein and veggies—they’re perfect for toddlers as well.

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