Start new weekend traditions with these delicious brunch recipes. With these new classics like whole wheat waffles and coconut French toast, you’ll be looking forward to the weekend even more. Best of all, many of these easy recipes encourage kids to participate!
What are some of your favorite go-to weekend brunch recipes?
Banana Split French Toast (via Toni Spilsbury) A decadent banana-split-inspired French toast recipe. You could almost pretend you’re having dessert for breakfast.
Lemon Strawberry Crepe Cake (via Delia Creates) This amazing crepe cake is delicious as is or you could jazz it up with your favorite fillings such as blueberries, jam, bananas, and more.
Coconut French Toast (via Sweet Potato Chronicles) Done “island style” with a touch of coconut, these will bring you closer to those Hawaiian vacations you’ve been dreaming of.
Blueberry Apple Cupcakes (via The Clever Carrot) These pretty cupcakes look like mini pies, but they actually have a moist buttermilk cake base for a sweet breakfast treat.
Baked Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal (via Teach Eat Love) A hearty breakfast that can be prepped the night before for a more leisurely weekend morning.
Apple Almond Cake (via Weelicious) Apples, almonds, and cinammon will make your house smell like the holidays anytime of the year.
Blueberry Dutch Pancake (via Averie Cooks) Get the fluffy deliciousness of pancakes without having to flip a thing in this easy Dutch pancake using fresh blueberries.
Easy Scratch-Made Cinnamon Rolls (via Sally’s Baking Addiction) These are an easier yeast version of cinnamon rolls that only require one rise so you can have fresh baked rolls without spending hours in the kitchen.
Coffee Cake Cupcake (via The Shiksa in the Kitchen) Your morning cup of joe has met its match! These bite sized coffee cakes make the perfect sized breakfast treat for kids.
Healthy Blueberry Waffles (via Cooking With My Kid) This whole wheat and buttermilk batter is easy enough for kids to whip up and get them making breakfast for YOU!
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