Relieve yourself from the anxiety that sometimes comes with hosting an event by prepping these sumptuous brunch options in advance. You’ll find yourself voted the “host with the most” before guests have gulped down their last drop of coffee or tea.
Instant Pot Mini Frittatas
These bite-size frittatas are as delicious as they are adorable. Use your Instant Pot to concoct this tasty brunch dish the night before the big day so you can breathe easier on the morning of the main event. Store them in trays in the refrigerator or freezer. To reheat, simply pop them in the microwave for 30 seconds to one minute.
Pocket Pastries with Raspberry Jam
Refrigerated pie crusts come to the rescue with this adorable treat. The colourful baked good combines the ooey-gooey goodness of raspberry jam with white chocolate chips and pistachios.
Make-Ahead Veggie Strata and Sourdough Bread
The perfect option if you’re looking to feed a large crowd, make this the night before and simply pop it into the oven shortly before your guests start to arrive the next morning. It’ll be table-ready by the time the last person takes their seat.
Sheet Pan Egg-in-a-Hole Biscuits
As many seasoned brunch host pros know, you don’t have to break the bank trying to impress your guests. With only a handful of ingredients and the opportunity to opt for ready-made biscuits, this adorable and simple recipe will delight brunchers with its ready-for-dipping gooey yolks. Affordable and easy to prep in advance… what more could a host want?
Heavenly Blueberry and Bacon Breakfast Casserole Made With Croissants
This unique twist on the traditional brunch staple of blueberry pancakes will be a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Using common ingredients you can find in the pantry, you’ll have a refrigerator-friendly wild blueberry and croissant casserole ready within an hour.
Healthy Apple Pie Oatmeal Bake
Likened to a warm hug in the morning, this comforting vegan recipe is chock-full of apples, chia seeds and healthy doses of cinnamon. Bake it ahead of time and warm it up the next morning on low heat in the oven, microwave until heated through or enjoy cold with a hot cup of tea or coffee.