"I absolutely adore breakfast, so I came up with these oh so simple, baked eggs. The best part is when you take the first bite this amazing combination of golden yolks and green pesto comes spilling out. Yes, it is magical!" Colorful Eats
"Overnight French toast bakes are one of my all-time favorite breakfast and brunch dishes, because all of the work is completed the night before. This is a one-bowl, single-pan operation, and the only step required the morning-of is to pop it into the oven." - Well Plated
"I dare say it’s the perfect quiche recipe–light yet creamy, with just the right ingredients. You can easily swap in asparagus or spinach in place of the mushrooms, or leave out the ham, but this is my very favorite combination." - Perpetually Chic
"They were full of luscious berries literally bursting into the pancakes and the ricotta and whipped egg whites give the pancakes a swoon worthy, custard-y like texture that we just cannot get enough of." - Beard & Bonnet
Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, with plenty of fresh herbs and alliums to contrast with the oozy cheese. A little squeeze of lemon on top doesn’t hurt either. Sounds like the beginning of a good brunch to me!" - Ramsons and Bramble
"This recipe only requires a handful of ingredients, one skillet, and about 10 minutes of hands-on prep, so get after it, friends. As always, please feel free to adapt this skillet based on what you have on hand." Domesticate Me
"These scones are so full of citrus flavor and are probably one of the prettiest things I’ve ever made. I started making these the night before, because anytime I can do something ahead of time and sleep in a little later...I’m going to be doing just that." A Happy Food Dance
"It’s flavorful, moist (eck. I know.) and studded with raisins, walnuts, shredded carrots and chunks of ripe banana. It’s a little more dessert-y than I normally eat for breakfast or snack, but it’s so dense and hearty that it’s both satisfying and energizing." - Delish Knowledge
"It’s the perfect one-pan breakfast or brunch. It’s simple to make while being really complex in flavor and texture: you’ve got crunchy, buttery croutons on the bottom, sweet ratatouille, gooey cheese, runny egg yolk from the baked eggs, herbs, and spicy crushed red pepper. Served with a bit of fruit, it’s a major showstopper." - The Woks of Life
Going out to brunch can be a lot of fun -- but sometimes a home cooked meal is even better. Preparing brunch at home can save you calories and money. Plus, it is a great way to enjoy some laid back time with family and friends.
But cooking at home doesn't have to mean boring scrambled eggs and O.J. We looked to bloggers from our Lifestyle Collective for some brunch inspiration and compiled some incredible recipes we just had to share.