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The Brunch Club

Make the most of lazy Sundays

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Beet & Blueberry Waffles

Turn a leisurely Sunday morning into an excuse to cook together as a family. These recipes are so versatile—they’re easy enough to cook at the last minute or, if you need to plan ahead, they can be prepped in advance and reheated.

Ah, Sunday! It’s a golden day when time doesn’t have to be hemmed in with structured schedules and to-do lists. If you have a busy weekday routine and hectic weekend schedule, Sunday mornings may be your only leisure time with family—so make the most of it with some truly fantastic brunch recipes. Brunch is an easygoing meal, whether you’re entertaining or not. It’s a great time to cook and eat together as a family. Divvy up the prep work by giving everyone a responsibility, such as measuring, chopping, or simply stirring the pot. What makes these brunch recipes so workable is that they don’t need to be served piping hot. Parts of each recipe can also be made ahead. Because brunch straddles the magic hour when morning tips into afternoon, it’s a great excuse to experiment with heartier, spicier, and more savoury breakfast-style dishes.

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Brunch recipes

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Coconut Salmon Kedgeree

Coconut Salmon Kedgeree

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Tex-Mex Migas

Tex-Mex Migas

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Eggy Avocado Boats & Kale Salad

Eggy Avocado Boats & Kale Salad

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Cauliflower & Chicken Hash

Cauliflower Chicken Hash

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Beet & Blueberry Waffles

Beet Blueberry Waffles

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