Nian gao is a sticky cake traditionally eaten on Chinese New Year. This Matcha Nian Gao is delicious for breakfast when pan-fried with egg, and will give you an energizing boost to start the day.
This nutritious savory oatmeal is best made with bone broth, but can also be made with chicken stock or vegetable broth. It’s packed full of nutrients. Stay healthy with a bowl of this Savory Breakfast Oatmeal. If you’re looking for what to do with bone broth, don’t skip over this recipe!
These Puff Pastry Breakfast Hand Pies have the quintessential breakfast combination of sausage, egg and cheese. Sometimes you just need some classic comfort food. This recipe is very easy to make, and this is a fun and exciting way to use puff pastry for breakfast.
Whether you’ve had harissa or not, try pairing it with caramelized onions like in this Harissa Onion And Poached Egg on Toast. The sweet and spicy flavors of caramelized onions and harissa are topped on a layer of cool Greek yogurt.
Cinnamon Brown Sugar Popovers are best enjoyed straight out of the oven. You can make these easy popovers in a muffin pan, so no extra equipment is required.
This Chorizo and Chickpea Stew with Baked Eggs is a hearty and satisfying brunch. You can make this easy recipe in one pot, and easily feed a group. If you are looking for a filling brunch recipe, you’ll love this chickpea and chorizo stew.
A Savory Bread Pudding recipe with the classic ham and cheese combination. A beautiful and hearty brunch, but also great for any meal. Perfect for a crowd.
Good morning! We have a guest blogger on The Worktop today. Christine from Vermillion Roots shares a bit about mornings on her worktop, and her recipe for Kaya Toast with Soft-Boiled Eggs.
Hungry for a spicy and filling breakfast? These Breakfast Nachos with Chorizo and Egg are sure to fill you up. These nachos are loaded with spicy chorizo, scrambled eggs, cheese, avocado, sour cream, green salsa and fresh parsley.
This overnight Baked Gingerbread French Toast is a special treat for the Christmas breakfast. Prepare it the night before and simply pop it in the oven the next morning. It will fill your kitchen with the scent of warm spices.
The saltiness from the pancetta offsets the simple peas and carrots in this Pancetta Fried Rice, while the grease from frying the pancetta carries depth of flavor, which gets coated on each individual rice grain. If you prefer a crispy egg, the egg will add texture to the rice. If you prefer a runny egg, the…
Cut a hole in a burger patty, fry an egg in it, and get an egg-in-a-hole breakfast burger! Served in a cheddar and bacon brioche bun. Make this stunning breakfast burger that has all the breakfast essentials – egg, bacon, cheese, and avocado. Stay full until dinner.
Serve Bacon Deviled Eggs for breakfast and brunch and you won’t regret! An egg stuffed with a bacon filling is sure to be a winner. This recipe is easy to double or triple, so you can feed a crowd.
This recipe for Baked Omelette is easy to make and delicious. It’s the perfect brunch to cook for a crowd, or even just for one! The recipe scales easily, and you can use your favorite toppings in your baked omelette.
Croissant Bread Pudding with Almond Butter Drizzle is decadent, simple, and a real crowd pleaser for breakfast and brunch! By using croissants as starting blocks, reducing the sugar from traditional bread puddings, and topping it with almond butter, this “dessert” has been repurposed to a delicious breakfast and brunch dish!
These Individual Baked Duck Eggs with Quinoa are quick and healthy, and best of all, they can be either a delicious main or as an addition for any brunch! The recipe scales well so that you can even feed a crowd by simply doubling, tripling, or even quadrupling the ingredients!
These Breakfast Spring Rolls are fun to make! Get everyone involved with the wrapping, and serve it at your next brunch party. They are a real treat to have for breakfast. You can always wrap them ahead of time, and keep them frozen until you’re ready to fry them up.
Feeling hungry this morning? This Pulled Pork Omelette will definitely satisfy a growling stomach! It’s a great brunch option if you have to feed a crowd, or when you are just looking to use up some leftover pulled pork.