Our 20 Most Popular Brunch Recipes of 2018
From French toast to frittatas, these dishes are not to be missed
This year (like every year) brunch was one of our favorite pastimes. After all, who could refuse an invitation to fresh waffles, cheesy scrambled eggs, avocado toast, or a crisp tarte flambée? We would never. So this is one of our New Year's resolutions: Invite friends and family over for brunch whenever we have the chance.
No matter if you’re looking for a recipes for New Year's brunch, or if you want to get inspired for the brunch season 2019, our end-of-the-year review highlights the 20 most popular brunch recipes of the year at Kitchen Stories. Which one will you make next?
1. No brunch without pancakes and waffles
Pancakes, crêpes, or waffles—we can't live without them. You can easily make them ahead and keep warm in the oven at approx. 100°C/210 °F. Serve them with seasonal fruit or chocolate, depending on the season. Your highlights of the year were:
Combine sweet dishes with savoury ingredients
If you’re looking beyond sweet variations, you can also prepare the classics with savory ingredients. These two dishes were especially popular with you:
2. Classics with a twist
We fully understand why the following dishes landed on your plates so often this year. They are reminiscent of well-known recipes and favorite dishes from our childhood, refreshed with new ingredients or a novel preparation—your brunch guests will love them!
3. Frittatas: The easiest way to serve eggs to a crowd
The Kitchen Stories community loved the combination of eggs with seasonal vegetables in 2018. Because a frittata can be served cold or warm, it's perfect for your brunch buffet. As the Italian answer to the Spanish tortilla, there are hardly any limits to your imagination when it comes to choosing ingredients—you loved these combinations especially:
4. The year’s winning combination: avocado and egg
New recipes combining the undisputed stars of brunch—egg and avocado—should not be missing from any brunch buffet or annual best list. Whether poached, scrambled, or tossed in egg salad, the following recipes will hit the mark with your guests!
5. Leaning towards lunch
Finally, we have some more heartier savory foods for when brunch needs to go the distance for you and your guests. The following recipes were not only popular in terms of taste, but also because you can prepare them in advance. You only have to slide them in the oven when your guests arrive, and they taste just as good lukewarm as fresh out of the oven
What will you be putting on the brunch menu in the new year? Tell us in the comments!
Published on January 2, 2019