This English Breakfast Baked Omelette is designed to save you time and to feed a crowd. With this recipe, you cook 9 (or 18, if you double the recipe) eggs simultaneously. You can prepare most of it the night before, so it only takes 2 minutes in the morning to get this in the oven.
These Pressure Cooker Baked Beans cook to be thick, rich, and savory with a hint of sticky sweetness from the molasses and brown sugar. This recipe makes a huge pot of Southern-style baked beans that will last you through multiple meals, or feed a hungry crowd.
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.
Give these delicious Chorizo and Corn Fritters with Garlic Aioli a try this weekend! They are quick to make and will fill you up for brunch. The corn adds crunch and bite to the fritters, and there are plenty of flavors to complement the corn.
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.
Let me entice you with this Pulled Pork on Cornmeal Waffles! If you love chicken on waffles, you have got to give pulled pork on waffles a try. Every time we make pulled pork, we save some for the next day’s breakfast. Sometimes, I want these so badly that I even wake up at 5…
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.