With the days getting longer, why not wake up a little bit earlier to enjoy a delicious Meade Design Group style breakfast? If you’re not a morning person, these recipes may be even more delicious as a weekend brunch! Please sit at this Spring styled place setting as we share some of our favourite breakfast recipes. Enjoy!
Ivan’s all-time favourite breakfast is Huevos Divorciados. He loves how the cheeky name translates to “divorced eggs” in English. This Mexican breakfast traditionally has two fried eggs separated by a line of refined beans. Typically, one egg is covered in salsa roja (red salsa), while the other is covered in salsa verde (green salsa), giving them distinct and complementary flavours.
Almond Pancakes with Spiced Almond Butter and Maple Syrup
With Ivan’s unwavering love of breakfast food and his devotion to all Donna Hay recipes, we had to include one more of his favourite recipes. These Almond Pancakes with Spiced Almond Butter and Maple Syrup will change your weekend breakfasts forever!
Brioche French Toast with Strawberries and Whipped Cream
Echo’s personal favourite is Brioche French Toast with Strawberries and Whipped Cream. This delicious classic breakfast may not even require a recipe, but here is a simple one that looks delectable. Yum!
Veggie and Egg Tower of Power
Vanessa is always trying new breakfast recipes that are healthy takes on classics. Her latest find is this Veggie and Egg Tower of Power. Roasted yams make this dish so sweet! It is the perfect way to start your day on the weekend.
Eggs Benedict with Tarragon Hollandaise
Jordan enjoys a creative twist on a traditional Eggs Benedict. This Eggs Benedict with Tarragon Hollandaise recipe combines the flavours of Canadian bacon, spinach, tomato and tarragon to make the most satisfying breakfast.
Baked Eggs with Salsa verde
Jeff likes to savour a Mexican style breakfast on the weekends. His favourite is Baked Eggs with Salsa verde. This recipe is surprisingly easy to make. Give it a try!
Jan is also a serious breakfast lover and choosing only one breakfast dish was a tough one. He likes Tamagoyaki a lot (and Japanese breakfasts in general) but I tends to fall back on fried ham covered in scrambled eggs with hollandaise the majority of the time.