Dinner parties are divine. Whipping up brunch or breakfast for a crowd? That’s another story – especially if you haven’t had enough coffee yet. But thanks these easy, no-mess recipes, you’ll have fewer dishes to clean and a delicious meal in no time. From easy sheet-pan pancakes to DIY breakfast sandwiches that cook in minutes, welcome to the wonderful work of stress-saving, sheet pan morning-makers!
Sheet-Pan Bacon Egg Sandwiches for a Crowd
Use a sheet pan to fry your bacon, and cook up more than a dozen eggs while you’re at. These genius and hearty sandwiches feel swanky enough for the brunch crowd, but are also simple enough for an early morning wake-up call.
Four-Flavour Sheet Pan Pancakes
To stack or not to stack, that is the question. If it’s a crowd you’re serving, know that you’ll be better served with this genius sheet pan pancake recipe, which gives you four different flavours of flap jacks, with no flipping required.
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Pick up prepared pizza dough the night before and then wow guests with this fruity, cinnamon-filled take on the classic dinner staple.
Sunny-Side Up Pizza
If it’s a more traditional breakfast you’re looking for, but you still want to capitalize on that genius breakfast pizza idea, this egg and bacon classic is made slightly more sophisticated thanks to the addition of gochujang, a Korean chili paste.
Spring Asparagus Tart
Anything covered in cheese is a brunch hit, but this puff pastry-based sheet-pan offering takes the dairy goodness to the next level. Bonus points for the asparagus spears within, which ensure your guests will hit at least part of their daily vegetable quotas by lunch.
Who needs toast when you can serve up warm, crispy nachos to accompany your bacon and eggs instead? This dish comes together in the oven while you lazily stir the eggs, allowing you to keep one hand free for coffee at all times.
Mini Blueberry Galettes
Dessert for breakfast? Yes, please. Your guests will be tickled blue at your superstar pastry skills when you serve them up these individual pies for breakfast. And no one has to know they required little more than some store-bought pie dough, fruit, and sugar.
Holiday Sticky Buns
Don’t let the name fool you: you don’t really need a holiday as an excuse to make these pockets of sticky, buttery goodness. Thanks to the power of the sheet pan, they make for a great little breakfast to serve a crowd, alongside some fruit and hot coffee or tea.
Slab Quiche with Spinach, Goat Cheese, and Caramelized Onions
Everyone knows that quiche is basically scrambled eggs cooked up in a pie shell, but this slab is even easier than that. Puff pastry serves as the base while creamy goat cheese and tangy sweet onions help to bind it all together for an unexpected take on the classic brunch staple.
Sheet Pan Egg-in-a-Hole Biscuits
Take your basic store-bought roll of biscuit dough to the next level with this bountiful recipe that’s positively indulgent thanks to salty ham and creamy eggs. Your guests will never want another take-out breakfast sandwich again.
Honey and Hazelnut Granola
If it’s lighter but filling fare you seek to serve, nothing beats this fresh-out-of-the-oven granola that boasts big spoonfuls of flavour. Serve it alongside fresh fruit and yogurt for the full DIY breakfast bar parfait experience.
Three-Flavor Sheet Pan Rolled Omelette
It’s amazing how one little sheet pan can instantly give you three different omelette options, but that’s exactly what this recipe delivers. Now you can give guests the omelette bar experience without any of the actual egg-tending required.
Healthy Breakfast Bake with Spaghetti Squash
This hearty dish is so jam-packed with flavour, you’ll almost forget you’re packing those veggies in, too. Spaghetti squash is stuffed with ham, cheese, spinach and more for little pockets of melted morning deliciousness. As for that freshly cracked egg binding it all together? That’s just extra credit.
Giant Raspberry Slab Pie
This sweet slab pie is really an epic version of your favourite childhood toaster snack.