One of my favorite parts about spring is the whole brunch idea! You can enjoy brunch any time of year, but spring seems to be a popular time for brunch. I just think of going to church on Easter Sunday and then coming home and enjoying brunch with a mimosa. Or Christmas Day, because we eat cookies early in the morning so the hearty brunch follows later. Even if it’s just your average Sunday, brunch is always a good idea. Your whole family will love this brunch menu!
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Brunch Menu for the whole family
In this Free downloadable brunch menu, you’ll find the full recipe and instructions for:
Our favorite vegetable, herb, & egg bake
Easy & delicious one-flip cast iron hash browns
How to make Homemade ketchup (for the eggs and hash browns!)
How to make homemade Greek Yogurt
Homemade Ketchup (yes, it’s easy!)
I love making homemade food – yogurt, fermented veggies, kefir, bone broth, etc. When you look at the back of a food label and see a whole bunch of ingredients you can’t pronounce, it’s just makes me want to make it myself. Now I’m not saying you should never buy store bought again because you only do the best you can, but this homemade ketchup recipe is so easy that it’s silly not to do it! Just use tomatoes, vinegar, and a cheesecloth with spices to get the perfect ketchup.
Veggie & Egg Bake
I love combining vegetables and protein. It makes for a balanced meal and these flavors just go so well together. For this egg bake I used asparagus, zucchini, eggs, cheese and some of my homemade yogurt to create a perfect main dish for brunch. Drizzle some homemade ketchup on top and kids will love it. Makes great leftovers too!
Cast Iron Hash Browns
We love our cast iron pan. It gets so hot that you can make steaks, or just the best fried eggs, on it. For this recipe we just shredded potatoes with a cheese grader and tossed them on the cast iron. They turn out perfectly every time!
We haven’t bought yogurt from the store in a long time. If you’ve never made greek yogurt from scratch, the process is simple. You take milk and greek yogurt cultures and you keep them at a specific temperature for a long period of time. Then, you have yogurt! It really is that simple. And you can even re-use the cultures in one batch of yogurt to make another batch. We have this on constant rotation at our farmhouse. Another great benefit of having an Instant Pot – weekly yogurt! Find out all the details of how to make yogurt here.
This is something we have in our farmhouse at all times. It’s so easy to mix up your own batch of granola. We use coconut oil to finish this mixture off in the oven and it makes a crispy, glazed granola that goes perfectly on the homemade yogurt. And if we want a treat, we’ll add some chocolate chips 🙂
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