If there’s one thing we love just about any time of year, it’s a brunch! There’s just something so delicious and fulfilling about cooking for and eating at a good brunch that we can’t pass up! In the fall, however, we get particularly excited because it’s usually been so long since we made all kinds of really warm, hearty dishes thanks to the heat of summer. We’ve officially decided to host our first family brunch of the season in a couple of weeks, so not we’ve got our eyes peeled at all times for delicious fall brunch dishes that will really wow our loved ones!
Do you love the idea of learning how to make a few new things for fall brunches just as much as we do, if not more? Check out these 15 mouthwatering ideas, flavour combinations, and tutorials that we’ve come across so far in our search for inspiration and guidance.
1. Baked oatmeal
If you ask us, oatmeal is a delicious thing to sit down with any time of day. We love how warm and calming it is, as well as how well if fills the stomach up. What’s even better, however, is baked oatmeal! Although still technically a breakfast food, the way that Food 52 shows you to add sweet berries and bake it just right almost makes it feel like a dessert.
2. Almond crusted stuffed French toast
We make French toast for our kids fairly often, especially on the weekends, so making the regular kind might not seem like something we’d do for a slightly special occasion. That’s why, when it comes to brunch, we’re always on high alert for recipes that feel a little fancier or more gourmet than usual! This almond crusted and stuffed French toast from Jeanette’s Healthy Living is the perfect example of what we mean, so long as no one present has a nut allergy.
3. Brown butter pumpkin waffles
Even more than French toast or oatmeal, have homemade waffles actually always been your favourite breakfast food on days where you deserve a treat? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at this scrumptiously fall version of of the classic idea that’s made with brown butter and pumpkin. Two Peas and Their Pod has the full details for you.
4. Spiced stout waffles
Have we actually really caught your attention when it comes to the idea of making fancier waffles than usual for a big family brunch but you’re just not sure that the pumpkin idea is quit the one for you? In that case, here’s another suggestion for your consideration! We love the way Food 52 made these spiced stout waffles that have a bit more of a kick to them.