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?"
Whether you're cooking for your significant other or the whole crew, these family-friendly recipes are sure to please all of your loves. Who says you have to go to a restaurant to have a good time?
Not only are single serving frittatas a handy way to nibble protein and veggies—they’re perfect for toddlers as well.
Perfect for brunch or dinner, this eggy, gluten-free frittata swaps its typical pastry base for a crispy potato bottom.
These cheddar scones from the Messy Baker are wonderfully cheesy, slightly sweet and have a burst of fresh basil. Perfect for balancing on the edge of a bowl of tomato soup.
The heart wants what the heart wants, and sometimes that's a greasy DIY breakfast sandwich with all the fixings. Here’s a faster, more compact version that’s easier to pull off on a rushed weekday morning.
Blueberries are in season and they're perfect for everything from cobblers to smoothies, but we're their biggest fan in fluffy-on-the-inside-crispy-on-the-outside waffles.
A crisp, puffed pancake filled with sauteed apples makes you the champion of brunch. Don't just save this baby for holidays, it's weekend-ready.
Gingerbread isn't exclusive to the holiday season-sweet and hearty pancakes warmed with spice made a perfect weekend brunch at Island Lake Lodge in Fernie - and they shared the recipe.
Think of snacks as mini-meals; these nibbles are more than just filler - snacks account for almost a third of kids’ total caloric intake, providing a great opportunity for a nutritional boost. Toast to the rescue! It's easy, versatile, and kids can make it themselves.