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24 Brunch Recipes to Kick Off 2016

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What’s on your agenda for New Year’s Day? With one or two or four kids, it’s probably not nursing a hangover and binge watching movies uninterrupted. So you might as well invite your other friends with kids over, and enjoy a leisurely brunch spread at home.

When I serve brunch, I like to mix up what I serve: something baked, something savory, something sweet, and something with eggs. And of course, definitely some Mimosas or Bloody Marys.

Here’s a few of my favorite recipes to choose from:

Baked goods

Whole wheat zucchini banana bread from My Jewish Learning

Orange cranberry bread from Two Peas and their Pod

Pineapple banana bread from The View from Grand Island

Lemon blueberry ricotta scones from Food52

Strawberry and almond flour mini muffins (gluten-free) from My Jewish Learning

Coffee cake challah from My Jewish Learning

Pineapple coconut coffee cake from My Jewish Learning

Pumpkin crumb cake from My Jewish Learning

Homemade pizza dough bialys from My Jewish Learning

Egg dishes

Whatever-is-in-fridge frittata from Kveller

Smoked salmon and goat cheese quiche from My Jewish Learning

Goat cheese and spinach cheese from My Jewish Learning

Butternut squash, spinach and gruyere quiche from Kveller

Shakshuka from My Jewish Learning

Sweet treats

Milk and cereal breakfast pops from In Katrina’s Kitchen

S’mores challah French toast from Kveller

Pumpkin challah cinnamon rolls from My Jewish Learning

Brown sugar chocolate babka from My Jewish Learning

Funfetti cake batter pancakes from Baked by Rachel

Sticky date and caramel bread pudding from My Jewish Learning

Savory eats

Everything bagel latkes from My Jewish Learning

Caprese blintzes from My Jewish Learning

Homemade labne with za’atar from My Jewish Learning

Goat cheese and dill scones with smoked salmon from Kveller

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