Taylor Morrison knows, if you’re going to host a brunch – or have been invited to a brunch potluck – you want to create dishes that make people ooh!, aah!, and mmmm! We’ve put together a complete menu to please and impress, whether you make them all or assign them to guests. Enjoy!
Cranberry Orange Scones
These tasty scones will get the brunch off to a delicious start. This recipe guides you through the process, from mixing to topping to baking.
Cornflake Crusted Banana Stuffed French Toast
Feel free to say yum for this one. It may taste decadent, but it’s really a healthy version of the recipe, with cornflake crumbs, almonds, cinnamon-raisin bread plus banana, strawberries, blueberries and more.
Lighten things up a little with a yummy Waldorf Salad. It calls for diced celery, diced and cored apples, chopped walnuts, seedless grapes, mayo and optionally miniature marshmallows, particularly popular with kids.
Green Chili and Chorizo Breakfast Strata
Have a new home in Houston? This zesty dish will take care of those Tex-Mex cravings. You’ll need sourdough bread, hot pepper Monterey Jack cheese, mild green chilies, chopped cilantro, eggs, milk and seasonings.
Hash Brown Brunch Casserole
This casserole is great with a meat and potato meal, too. It’s small on prepping and big on flavor, a concept that’s as popular with folks living in Phoenix and Denver’s Castle Pines as it is for Floridians and residents of Southern California.
Spiked Apple Cider
Tie it all together with a warm and tasty hot beverage with a little apple brandy mixed in. Besides brandy, you’ll need apple cider, cinnamon, cardamom and curry powder.