Whether the loved ones around your table favor Mexican-inspired breakfast fare or a sky-high piles of Southern comfort food, these sweet and savory recipes can't be matched. (But if you want more ideas, try one of these 70+ egg recipes!)
We've never considered eggs to be beautiful ... until now.
Dessert for breakfast? Count us in!
This citrusy, almond French toast will wake you right up.
Gotta have eggs? Throw some cilantro, mint, pesto and pistachios on there for good measure.
What you'll need: Ramekins ($13, )
Enjoy your favorite breakfast bread in flapjack form (a.k.a. an excuse to eat maple syrup).
Just when you thought avocado toast couldn't be better, we added curry powder.
We're never too old for a Pop-Tart, especially the homemade variety.
Forget hash browns, this potato round omelet "crust" is way more satisfying.
These are basically nachos disguised as breakfast.
Ditch the crust and double the bacon.
Here's a good dish for when you need to look fancy with minimal effort, thanks to frozen puff pastry.
Cinnamon rolls are a non-negotiable brunch staple, and nothing beats the homemade kind.
It's pizza for breakfast, only flakier.
These guys are light, airy and porky. Basically everything we want in a breakfast pastry.
This batter is super versatile, so feel free to switch up the fruits depending on the season.
This strata tastes like one giant McGriddle, and we are not mad about it.
Once you've mastered the classic, try this melt-in-your-mouth cheddar variety.
One bowl, 20 minutes, and a warm, gooey chocolate loaf.
Theme your whole brunch around drinks with this DIY Bloody Mary bar.
Look quiche, you have a mini-me!
Every bit as delectable as it sounds.
You know what they say: Everything's bigger in Texas (toast included).
This cocktail has only two ingredients and one of them is ice cream.
Sometimes you need an egg appetizer before your eggs.
A thin slice of ham balances out the sugary-sweetness of the maple syrup.
Mimosa meets sangria for this pretty in pink brunch cocktail.
It's frozen tater tots to the rescue.