Did you decide to host an impromptu brunch or the week just got away from you? No worries – Goodtaste has you covered! Look no further than these last-minute brunch recipes for the last-minute host. All of these dishes can be made in less than an hour and require minimal shopping for ingredients. Pick one and serve with fresh fruit and cooked bacon, or make a few!
These adorable hash brown “nests” from Goodtaste rely on ingredients that you probably already have in your fridge, freezer and pantry! Each cup is layered with crispy hash browns, crumbled chorizo, spinach, egg and cheese. It’s an entire brunch spread in one bite! Serve them with some fresh fruit and mimosas and brunch is served.
Take your daily avocado toast to the next level and make it worthy of your Easter guests! This toast from Food & Wine Magazine is loaded with creamy burrata cheese, chopped avocado and charred strawberries and scallions. Serve them with some slow-cooked scrambled eggs on the side – we promise this will become a new brunch favorite.
Toss out the instant pancake mix – these pancakes from Good Housekeeping are beyond easy! The simple 3-ingredient batter comes together in a blender, giving you a light and airy pancake. The secret? Self-rising flour. This shortcut ingredient gives your pancakes lift without baking powder.
Frozen puff pastry is one of our go-to shortcut ingredients. It looks elegant and impressive, but all you have to do is roll it out and bake! In this recipe from the blog Recipes from a Pantry, a baked puff pastry crust is topped with a sweetened cream cheese spread. Top with your favorite in-season fruit and a dusting of powdered sugar. Your guests will not believe it only took you 25 minutes.
Colorful spring vegetables are the star of this easy frittata. This recipe makes enough for 2 to 3 people, but if you’re expecting a larger group, then double the recipe and use a 10-inch nonstick skillet. Serve warm or at room temperature with toasted multigrain bread, fresh fruit and some seared breakfast sausage.