Who needs dinner when brunch can be this good? We’ve rounded up 23 brunch recipes so delicious, you might just forget about eating later in the day. From savory pancakes to decadent egg dishes, these recipes turn brunch into the main event.

A piece of baked turmeric oatmeal on a plate with blueberries.
Baked Turmeric Oatmeal. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.
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Spinach Frittata

A slice of frittata with spinach and parmesan.
Spinach Frittata. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Enjoy a classic with a spinach frittata, light, fluffy, and filled with freshly grated parmesan cheese. This versatile dish is perfect for any brunch occasion, offering a delicious, easy-to-make option that’s always a crowd-pleaser.
Get the Recipe: Spinach Frittata

Savory Canadian Bacon Pancakes

Pancakes with chopped Canadian bacon and baby greens.
Savory Canadian Bacon Pancakes. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Shake up your brunch routine with savory Canadian bacon pancakes. Filled with shallots, herbs, and Canadian bacon, then topped with a crisp baby greens salad, these pancakes are anything but ordinary. They’re a game-changer for anyone looking to spice up their brunch menu.
Get the Recipe: Savory Canadian Bacon Pancakes

Hashbrown Waffles

Hashbrown waffles with a poached egg on top.
Hashbrown Waffles. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Who says waffles have to be sweet? Try these southwestern hashbrown waffles, loaded with green onions, ham, red pepper, and topped with a spicy poached egg. They’re the perfect blend of crispy and savory, making them a must-have for your next brunch bash.
Get the Recipe: Hashbrown Waffles

Sweet Potato Hash

Sweet potato hash with poached eggs in a cast iron skillet.
Sweet Potato Hash. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Add some flair to your brunch with a quick Mexican-inspired sweet potato hash. It’s got a spicy harissa kick, making it a super simple yet incredibly flavorful addition to your brunch spread. Just the thing for a vibrant and lively brunch atmosphere.
Get the Recipe: Sweet Potato Hash

Citrus Honey Biscuits

Citrus honey biscuits on a wire rack.
Citrus Honey Biscuits. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Brighten up your brunch table with citrus honey biscuits. These little gems are infused with the sweetness of honey and a citrusy punch from oranges and Meyer lemons. They’re the perfect pick-me-up for a lazy weekend brunch, making every bite a little celebration.
Get the Recipe: Citrus Honey Biscuits

Pineapple Buckwheat Pancakes

Buckwheat pancakes with pineapple rings.
Pineapple Buckwheat Pancakes. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Add an exotic twist to your brunch with pineapple buckwheat pancakes. Studded with hemp seeds and whole rings of fresh pineapple, they strike the perfect balance between hearty and sweet. They’re a fun, tropical addition to any brunch, making every bite a little escape.
Get the Recipe: Pineapple Buckwheat Pancakes

Cheddar Bacon Dutch Baby

Cheddar bacon Dutch baby pancake in a cast iron skillet.
Cheddar Bacon Dutch Baby. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Dive into the goodness of a cheddar bacon Dutch baby. This savory twist on the classic Dutch pancake, topped with crispy bacon and sautéed Brussels sprouts, is a brunch masterpiece. It’s the kind of dish that makes weekends special, bringing smiles and full bellies to your brunch table.
Get the Recipe: Cheddar Bacon Dutch Baby

Asparagus Omelette Souffle

Asparagus Omelette Souffle slices on white plates.
Asparagus Omelette Souffle. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Light, fluffy, and bursting with fresh spring flavors, the asparagus omelette soufflé is a brunch dream. It’s filled with asparagus, green onions, and optional creamy tart goat cheese, creating a dish that’s as delightful to eat as it is easy to make.
Get the Recipe: Asparagus Omelette Souffle

Chicken Sausage Breakfast Tostadas

Chicken sausage breakfast tostadas with on parchment paper.
Chicken Sausage Breakfast Tostadas. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Brighten your brunch with chicken sausage breakfast tostadas. Loaded with scrambled eggs and chicken sausage on a refried bean base, topped with avocado, tomatoes, and cotija, these tostadas are a vibrant, flavor-packed addition to any brunch spread.
Get the Recipe: Chicken Sausage Breakfast Tostadas

Burger Eggs Benedict

Open faced burger eggs benedict on a metal plate with a fork.
Burger Eggs Benedict. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Take your brunch to the next level with a burger eggs benedict. It’s a fun twist on the classic, served open-faced on a grain-free English muffin. This dish is a hearty, mouth-watering addition to any brunch menu, perfect for those who love a little adventure in their meals.
Get the Recipe: Burger Eggs Benedict

Chocolate Strawberry Baked French Toast

Strawberry chocolate chip bread pudding in a white baking dish.
Chocolate Strawberry Baked French Toast. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Indulge in chocolate strawberry baked French toast for a luxurious brunch experience. It’s decadent enough to be a dessert yet perfect as a brunch centerpiece. This dish is a sweet, chocolaty treat that’s sure to bring smiles and make your brunch gathering extra special.
Get the Recipe: Chocolate Strawberry Baked French Toast

Raspberry Granola Stuffed French Toast

Granola French toast with raspberries on a platter.
Raspberry Granola Stuffed French Toast. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Elevate your brunch with raspberry granola stuffed French toast. Made with KIND raspberry clusters and chia seeds, and finished with a simple raspberry mash, it’s a fresh take on French toast. This dish adds a burst of flavor and fun to any brunch gathering.
Get the Recipe: Raspberry Granola Stuffed French Toast

Bacon Egg Cups

Bacon wrapped egg cups on a plate with toast and strawberries.
Bacon Egg Cups. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Check out these bacon egg cups for a fun and flavorful brunch option. Made with basil and parmesan, they pack a savory punch in every bite. They’re ideal for a grab-and-go brunch or a leisurely weekend feast, offering a delicious twist on classic breakfast ingredients.
Get the Recipe: Bacon Egg Cups

Mini Ham and Cheese Breakfast Pies

Mini ham and cheese spinach breakfast pies on a baking sheet.
Mini Ham and Cheese Breakfast Pies. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Get your brunch game strong with mini ham and cheese breakfast pies. Packed with savory ham, melty cheese, and just the right amount of spinach, they’re perfect for a laid-back weekend brunch. So easy and so good, they’ll be the star of your brunch spread.
Get the Recipe: Mini Ham and Cheese Breakfast Pies

Kale and Feta Egg Bake

Kale and feta egg bake in a white ramekin with a piece of toasted bread to the side.
Kale and Feta Egg Bake. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Keep it simple yet scrumptious with a kale and feta egg bake. It’s a straightforward dish with just a handful of ingredients, making it the perfect choice for a no-fuss, delicious brunch. Whether you’re hosting or enjoying a solo brunch, this dish is a sure winner.
Get the Recipe: Kale and Feta Egg Bake

Apple Bacon Scones

Apple bacon scones on parchment paper with apple butter in a bowl.
Apple Bacon Scones. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Embrace the flavors of fall with apple bacon scones. Packed with fresh apples, salty bacon pieces, and made with apple butter, they’re moist and full of flavor. Ideal for a crisp autumn brunch, these scones bring a cozy, comforting touch to your meal.
Get the Recipe: Apple Bacon Scones

Baked Turmeric Oatmeal

Turmeric baked oatmeal slice on a white plate with fresh blueberries.
Baked Turmeric Oatmeal. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Spice up your brunch with baked turmeric oatmeal. Studded with cinnamon and raisins, it’s a healthy and hearty option, easy to make ahead of time. This dish brings a unique flavor to your brunch table, perfect for those looking for something a little different.
Get the Recipe: Baked Turmeric Oatmeal

Cheesy Potato Breakfast Casserole

Cheesy potato and sausage casserole in a baking dish on wooden surface.
Cheesy Potato Breakfast Casserole. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Dive into the cheesy goodness of a potato breakfast casserole at your next brunch. With eggs, turkey sausage, grated apples, sage, and creamy Jarlsberg cheese, it’s the kind of dish that’ll have everyone asking for seconds. Perfect for a cozy, heartwarming brunch.
Get the Recipe: Cheesy Potato Breakfast Casserole

Herbed Cheddar Sausage & Egg Waffle Sandwiches

Cheddar sausage and egg waffle sandwiches with baby greens on white platter.
Herbed Cheddar Sausage & Egg Waffle Sandwiches. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Transform your brunch with herbed cheddar sausage & egg waffle sandwiches. Stuffed with fresh greens, melted cheddar, herbed scrambled eggs, and breakfast sausage, they’re the ultimate brunch sandwich. Perfect for when you want something hearty and delicious.
Get the Recipe: Herbed Cheddar Sausage & Egg Waffle Sandwiches

English Muffin Berry Casserole

English muffin casserole in small bowls with baking dish in the background.
English Muffin Berry Casserole. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Bring some sweetness to your brunch with an English muffin berry casserole. Filled with cranberry sauce and creamy mascarpone cheese, it’s the perfect dish for those who love a sweet touch in their brunch. It’s easy, delicious, and sure to be a hit.
Get the Recipe: English Muffin Berry Casserole

Banana Nutmeg Pancakes

Yeasted banana nutmeg pancakes with banana slices on top.
Banana Nutmeg Pancakes. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Transform your brunch with banana nutmeg pancakes, made from scratch with yeast for extra fluffiness. With just 10 minutes of rising time, they’re the fluffiest pancakes around. They’re a delightful choice for a brunch that’s all about comfort and joy.
Get the Recipe: Banana Nutmeg Pancakes

Blackberry French Toast Bites

Blackberry ginger French toast bites on a wooden plate with maple syrup on the side.
Blackberry French Toast Bites. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Spice up your brunch with blackberry French toast bites. Imagine mini-muffin-sized bites of cinnamon raisin French toast, bursting with a fresh blackberry ginger sauce. They’re just the right size for a fun, shareable brunch treat that everyone will rave about.
Get the Recipe: Blackberry French Toast Bites

Ground Chicken Sausage Patties

Ground chicken sausage breakfast patties in a cast iron skillet.
Ground Chicken Sausage Patties. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Whip up some ground chicken sausage patties for a nutritious and flavorful brunch. Homemade with apples, onions, and spices, they’re a healthier and more flavorful alternative to store-bought options. These patties are sure to be a highlight on your brunch table.
Get the Recipe: Ground Chicken Sausage Patties

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Gina Matsoukas is an AP syndicated writer. She is the founder, photographer and recipe developer of Running to the Kitchen — a food website focused on providing healthy, wholesome recipes using fresh and seasonal ingredients. Her work has been featured in numerous media outlets both digital and print, including MSN, Huffington post, Buzzfeed, Women’s Health and Food Network.

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