My favorite meal of the day is brunch. But honestly, I just love any time of the day where I won’t be judged for eating eggs, bacon, toast, and donuts or burgers and fries. And with Sunday being Easter and all, I’m certainly looking forward to all the yummy foods I’ll be consuming. Oh yeah, and church too!
In case buying brunch is out of your budget or too time consuming (I mean, does anyone really have time to bake anything that’s not instant?), here are five really easy recipes that Disney Family online has given a thumbs up to. Yes, I said Disney Family – I can’t be the only person who visits this site on the regular?
Citrus Fruit Salad
Sprinkling a little salt on top with definitely give this meal a kick.
This delightfully bright treat can be made with oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, and any other fruit with similar consistencies!
Cinnamon Rolls, Bacon and Egg Stuffed Tomatoes
Luckily Pillsbury has made this sweet delicacy both quick and easy to eat and affordable, at less than $5 for half a dozen.
And a few hardboiled eggs and shredded bacon bits inside of a hollow tomato = a great way to enjoy two important food groups!
Pancakes are amazing in that they can be enjoyed with almost anything on top of them. My personal favorites are whipped cream, chocolate chips, and maple syrup.
Potato Hash with Greens and Cheese
Collard greens and chopped up potatoes made a great side with scrambled eggs
What are some of your favorite brunch-time meals? Do you plan on cooking a huge meal for Easter? Write your thoughts in the comments section below!