Top Five Friday
5 Recipes for a Cozey Easter Brunch
Easter weekend has officially begun, and we just couldn’t stay away from talking about brunch. We don’t know what happened, but the second we started discussing what every team member would be doing for this long weekend, we all caught ourselves thinking about Easter brunch. The truth is, there’s not a cozey-er meal than brunch. It’s the perfect sweet & salty fix; the pancake and everything-cheddar dream. Because our love for brunch rises every time we talk about it, we thought we would help you plan your own for this weekend. For this reason, this week’s Top Five Friday proposes 5 recipes for a cozey Easter brunch. Happy brunch!
If Spring was a meal, we’re pretty sure it would be composed of maple and cream cheese. This recipe will start your day on the right foot, and there’s something about the sweet & salty that we simply love. Plus, the ingredients are more than likely already in your kitchen, so it’s simply a perfect, lovely brunch idea.
Where sweetness meets breakfast. These double chocolate pancakes are something to die for, and your Easter brunch needs them. They’re quick to make and serve up to 12 people. Now, we know gathering is still not permitted given the current situation, but hey, this means you get more pancakes. Who would dare say no to that?
Eggs benedict is probably the recipe we think is the hardest to make. However, we’re wrong about this. They require much less time than we think, and they’re even better homemade. Crack open your eggs in boiling water, wait 3-4 minutes, and enjoy. For a late breakfast or an early lunch, eggs benedict are an excellent addition to an Easter brunch.
What’s fun with this recipe for Easter brunch is that it’s a fun activity for the whole family. Making bagels is a lot simpler than we think, and the results often resemble ones we would find at Fairmount Bagel in Montreal. Not only this, but your bagels are freezer-proof, so if you don’t eat them all fresh on the first day, pop some in the freezer: your breakfasts on the following days will thank you.
Burcher muesli is a swiss specialty, and it’s a happy mix of oats, milk, and fruits that we prepare the day before. This recipe, with coffee, will have to sit in the refrigerator all night before it is served. It’s delicious, and it’s the perfect brunch recipe for a morning spent on your Cozey sectional sofa.
TOP FIVE FRIDAY
Every Friday, we release a Top 5 of things we hope will make your life simpler and better. After all, that’s what Cozey stands for; simplicity and comfort. See you next Friday!