These easy baking recipes can fit seamlessly into even the busiest week.
Packed with fresh herbs and bright flavors, these Easter brunch recipes include our favorite egg dishes, sweet buns, and cheeky brunch cocktails.
Enriched with butter and buttermilk and studded with plump raisins, this Irish soda bread recipe bakes up with a burnished crust and fluffy crumb.
A short stack might not be enough.
Meet the honey bun that could shine front and center in any professional bakery’s pastry case.
A jazzed-up version of the classic honey buns, with caramelized edges and pillowy-soft centers.
Savory, warming miso soup is a Japanese mainstay, commonly enjoyed for breakfast alongside rice, eggs, fish, and pickles.
These lacy pancakes are cooked only on one side, which gives them an incredibly light and delicate texture.
These laminated sesame flatbreads are the perfect canvas for any number of fillings.
These easy, delicious vegan breakfasts—including our favorite granolas, muffins, smoothies, and bowls—will keep you full until lunch.
Brunch at home has never been better.
When you store this batter in the fridge (for up to 2 days!) every day can be pancake day.
Stuffed with peanut butter and drizzled with condensed milk, it’s perfect for breakfast—or any time.
Thick slices of milk bread are stuffed with creamy peanut butter and soaked in an egg batter for a luscious and exquisitely custardy interior.
While soufflé pancakes are typically made with a French meringue, the Swiss version is less prone to deflating, making it a more foolproof method for soufflés.
Everything you love about a cloudlike soufflé, simplified into pancake form. Unlike some soufflé pancakes, this less-fussy version doesn’t require flipping and simply bakes in the oven instead.
This buttermilk French toast recipe transforms challah into a luxurious and slightly tangy version of the classic brunch dish.
These sour cream pancakes are just as tender and flavorful as ones made with buttermilk, but the real star is the tangy-sweet sour cream maple syrup.
This classic waffle recipe from *Gourmet* combines the crisp of Belgian waffles with the tang of buttermilk for a brunch classic you’ll want on regular rotation.
No torch required for this crème brûlée French toast–it gets its name from the sweet, fragrant custard base used to make it.