Roundup: Brunch!

Roundup: Brunch!

When I think of brunch, I think of lazy mornings, snuggled in pajamas after a (hopefully!) good nights sleep. Brunch means some family time in the kitchen, dancing and singing along to favourite songs as the bacon sizzles and the pancake batter is mixed. It isn’t too hard to see why brunch is a meal that holds a special place in my heart. It’s because brunch is special. Unlike breakfast, lunch and dinner – which happen each day without fail, brunch only happens on special occasions and is often shared with the people who mean a lot to you. So, whether your brunch is a catchup session with old friends, a family brunch on Mother’s Day or a Just Because type of brunch, here are some favourite SPC recipes to share with those you love at your next brunch gathering.

photos by Maya Visnyei

French Toast has always been a favourite breakfast of mine, so I couldn’t help but include this Baked French Toast with Berries.

Everyone needs pancakes on their brunch menu, how about these delicious Oat and Banana Pancakes with Chocolate Chips. 

Scones are one of my favourite breakfast treats and they make a great addition to a brunch spread! Give these Maple Scones a try.

Ben’s Mexican Breakfast will add a little something different to your brunch – plus it has bacon in it, no brunch is complete without bacon!

You really thought us pancake lovers here at SPC would leave you with just one pancake recipe for your brunch? Do not fear, PB&J Pancakes are here!

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