Spring is here! It's time to come out of hibernation, clear the cobwebs, and cook in the kitchen. Brunch is a great meal to prepare on the weekend, and with these spring brunch recipes, you'll have an amazing menu to start your day with.
French Toast with Bananas and Caramel Sauce
Add Parisian flair to your breakfast or brunch. Rich caramel, delicious banana, and golden brioche combine in an original French Toast recipe.
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Breakfast Brioche Toasts Stack
This Breakfast Toast Stack contains savory layers of juicy tomatoes, meaty mushrooms, caramelized onions, crispy bacon, and fresh chives. And for the grand finale, top it all off with a perfectly fried egg! It’s the ultimate breakfast indulgence that’s easy to make and sure to impress
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Southwestern Corn, Avocado & Pepper Jack Salad
This Southwestern Corn, Avocado & Pepper Jack Salad may just replace your go-to corn salad and become your new favorite!
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Put down your margaritas and pick up this spicy Paloma! It's a refreshing drink with a kick of jalapeno peppers and a great option for other tequila-based cocktails. Once you try it, I know this drink will be in regular rotation!
Get This Recipe: Spicy Paloma Cocktail with Jalapenos
This plum galette is a perfect, no-fuss dessert recipe that you can make for dinner parties and special occasions. The crust is flaky, and the sumac-almond topping adds a savory note to balance out the sweetness of the plums.
Get This Recipe: Plum Galette with Almond and Foraged Sumac
A classic French pastry, Bostock, was created to use up day-old brioche. Soaked in syrup, generously smothered in frangipane, and baked until it’s crispy on top, Bostock is a delicious cross between French toast and an almond croissant. A sweet twist on the original recipe, this chocolatey treat adds a generous helping of Nutella and another slice of the Brioche Loaf.
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Serve a delightful breakfast of eggs (or egg alternative), crispy potatoes, and veggies handheld in a pita pocket from Atoria's Family Bakery. An elegant, simple brunch dish ready within minutes and served with fruit, yogurt, juice, coffee, or tea.
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Blackberry & Rhubarb Crisp
The best rhubarb crisp recipe is the one you make at home. This easy recipe for a classic dessert can be made with fresh or frozen fruit, whatever you have on hand.
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Turkey Apple Lavash Wrap
This simple and delicious Lavash wrap is packed with flavor: turkey, apple, cream cheese, and arugula. Perfect for a picnic or lunch on the go!
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Leftover Sourdough Bread Pudding
Sourdough bread pudding is a delicious dessert that you can make at home. This Homemade Sourdough bread pudding is for two people and is a great way to use leftover bread you wouldn't want in your sandwiches or toast.
Get This Recipe: Easy Panettone Bread Pudding
The Slow Living Guide to Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
Looking for a breakdown of your favorite seasonal foods by color, season, and more? This list of fruits and vegetables is a great resource!
Learn More: The Slow Living Guide to Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
Egg Prices Got You Down? Here are 20 Substitutes to Keep You Baking
Having a hard time getting eggs? What's a baker to do? Luckily, there are options. Many alternative ingredients can be used in place of eggs in recipes—with varying degrees of success—and believe it or not, some may taste better than the real thing.
Get these 20 Substitutes to Keep Your Baking Going
How to Cook Rhubarb and Enjoy this delicious Spring Treat
Spring has sprung, and I'm cooking with rhubarb! When spring comes and the rhubarb returns to the markets, I can't help but feel it's a harbinger of summer. If you've been intimidated by rhubarb's tart, sweet flavors, here are some ways to cook and enjoy it, perhaps in one of these spring brunch recipes!
Learn More: How to Cook Rhubarb
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