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Brunch and Munch

Let them eat cake — for breakfast! Throw a leisurely brunch party with some nontraditional treats.

Article
Tiffany Duncan
Photos
Chelsi Fisher
Posted
July 29, 2017

Not only is breakfast the most important meal of the day, but it’s also the most versatile. Seriously, how satisfying is breakfast for dinner? Or a late lazy Saturday brunch at home where you don’t have to shed your P.J.s until afternoon? It’s also easy to turn a breakfast spread into a celebration spread — just add coffee, cake, flowers, a few fancy plates and voila —an expert welcome to the weekend.

Savory Baked Breakfast Sliders

Nothing hits the breakfast spot quite like a pan of these warm and buttery King’s Hawaiian rolls stuffed with melty cheddar, ham, spinach, and diced sweet bell peppers. This will be a back-pocket recipe for years to come, we promise.

Savory Baked Breakfast Sliders
‍Savory Baked Breakfast Sliders (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)

Lemon Crumble Breakfast Cake

Cake for breakfast? Um yes, please! This delicate, crumbly treat is as delicious to look at as it is to taste.

Lemon Crumble Breakfast Cake
‍Lemon Crumble Breakfast Cake (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)

Healthy Overnight Oats

Oatmeal might not be found on a fancy weekend brunch spread, but it does make for a quick, healthy, and filling breakfast option for busy weekday mornings. These two make-ahead, delicious overnight oat recipes will put an end to mornings of skipping breakfast, as you can just grab-and-go from the fridge.

What are overnight oats? So glad you asked. Rolled oats soak overnight in milk or milk alternative in the fridge and are soft and chewy by morning. Add in healthy toppings and sweeteners, and there are literally endless options for fast and healthy breakfasts on the go. Mason jars work well as individual containers.

Healthy Overnight Oats
‍Healthy Overnight Oats (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)