We compiled a list of some of our favorite brunch recipes. You can serve them to your family and friends—any day you’re craving a tasty late-morning meal.
1. Pizza Frittata
Pizza is so versatile that it can even be served at brunch. This lighter version fills you up, but it won’t leave you feeling weighed down. And you can add toppings like spinach, mushrooms, and pepperoni.
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Recipe: Against All Grain | Pizza Frittata
2. Blueberry-Lemon Cashew Scones
Bake these scones the way you’d bake a cake. Mix it up, put it in the oven, and slice the size you’d like your scone to be.
Recipe: The Paleo Princess Blog | Blueberry-Lemon Cashew Scones
3. Dutch Baby
Think of a Dutch Baby as a fluffy, oversized pancake that you can share with your fellow brunchers. Top it off with some fresh strawberries or Paleo whipped cream.
Recipe: Prevention.com | Dutch Baby
4. Blackberry Coconut Soufflé
This sweet soufflé is a great high-protein recipe to add to your brunch list. On top, add some blackberries, maple syrup, honey, shredded coconut, or even nuts to bring out a little more flavor.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Blackberry Coconut Soufflé
5. Mini Egg Pizzas
These bite-sized pizzas are a hearty treat that you can eat by the handful. This recipe combines red onion, tomatoes, pepperoni, oregano, and basil. And add black olives or mushrooms if you like them!
Recipe: Real Everything | Mini Egg Pizzas
6. Paleo Beef Sausage and Broccoli Egg Muffins
Muffins are a classic brunch item. If you’re looking for a meaty, hearty muffin, this recipe is for you. And since it adds broccoli into the mix, it also offers a serving of greens.
Recipe: Once a Month Meals | Paleo Beef Sausage and Broccoli Egg Muffins
7. Paleo Mini Quiches with Almond Flour Crust
Quiches are great, but unfortunately, they aren’t as good when you eat them as leftovers. So if you don’t have a large brunch crowd, make these individual-sized quiches instead.
Recipe: Paleo Grubs | Paleo Mini Quiches with Almond Flour Crust
8. Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins
Greens and chocolate all in one muffin? Yes! And if you’re looking for a lighter meal, it also pairs well with a cup of coffee or tea.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins
9. Spinach, Mushroom, and Cherry Tomato Fry Up
Primarily featuring garlic, spinach, and tomatoes, this recipe is light and fresh! Alongside it, serve some fluffy eggs
Recipe: Eat Drink Paleo | Spinach, Mushroom, and Cherry Tomato Fry Up
10. Paleo Bagels
Bagels can be eaten at any time of the day. But in all honesty, they shine the brightest during breakfast and brunch. Top them off with savory ingredients, such as heirloom tomatoes, sauerkraut, and kale. Or add sweet toppers, such as sliced apples, cinnamon, or blueberries.
Recipe: Paleo Veganista | Paleo Bagels
11. Pina Colada Smoothie with Flavored Spirulina
This smoothie is a great recipe to add into your brunch. It’s cute, sweet, and healthy, and it adds a super food (spirulina) to the mix.
Recipe: Eat Drink Paleo | Pina Colada Smoothie with Flavored Spirulina
12. Chia Banana Mango Trifle
Here’s a fun, filling treat to serve to your brunch guests—that’ll set your meal off on the right track. Chia seeds thicken the dish, while honey, banana, and mango keep it sweet and satisfying.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Chia Banana Mango Trifle
13. Sweet Potato Rosti with Smoked Salmon
Add some fresh salmon to your brunch menu. Fry sweet potato hashbrowns in coconut oil, and sprinkle in some green onions to heighten the flavor. Add some smoked salmon on top, and you’re all set.
Recipe: Paleo Leap | Sweet Potato Rosti with Smoked Salmon
14. Paleo Crepes with Strawberries
Thin, delicate crepes with fresh fruit are always crowd pleasers. This recipe calls for strawberries, but you can easily swap them for blueberries, blackberries, or even raspberries if you’re looking for a little diversity.
Recipe: Noshtastic | Paleo Crepes with Strawberries
15. Paleo Casserole in a Mug
Along with their hearty flavors, casseroles always offer a layer of comfort. This individually-sized recipe brings cauliflower, broccoli, ground turkey, and garlic to the table.
Recipe: Paleo Grubs | Paleo Casserole in a Mug
16. Double Chocolate Banana Bread Bars
Chocolate and banana are a winning combination. You might want to bake two, as this sweet treat quickly disappears!
Recipe: Ambitious Kitchen | Double Chocolate Banana Bread Bars
17. Kale and Mushroom Ghee Frittata
To make this simple, savory meal, just combine some garlic, kale, eggs, mushrooms, and turmeric.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Kale and Mushroom Ghee Frittata
18. Chocolate Chip Cookie Scones
It’s like a brunch-y chocolate chip cookie! These fluffy, sweet treats are hard to keep your hands off of. Eat them with a glass of almond milk or a warm cup of coffee.
Recipe: Whole Lifestyle Nutrition | Chocolate Chip Cookie Scones
19. Sweet Potato Quiche
The recipe is similar to eggs and hashbrowns—but better. Paleo-friendly sweet potatoes bring this dish together. And add your favorite type of leafy greens in too!
Recipe: Real Simple Good | Sweet Potato Quiche
20. One-Pan Apple Pecan Cake
This yummy cake is basically like having dessert for brunch. Eat it as the main course, or bring it out at the end of the meal for a sweet finish.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | One-Pan Apple Pecan Cake
21. Pumpkin Tartlets
If you’re looking to bring some fall flavors into your brunch menu, this recipe is perfect. Pumpkin puree, maple syrup, cinnamon, and pumpkin seeds really bring out the tastes of autumn.
Recipe: Being the Secret Ingredient | Pumpkin Tartlets
22. Creamy Paleo Grits
Creamy grits with eggs and bacon are like a brunch dream come true. Make them in your cast-iron skillet, and watch this amazing recipe come together perfectly.
Recipe: I Heart Umami | Creamy Paleo Grits
23. Hatch Chile Waffles Eggs Benedict
Eggs benedict are a rich, dreamy way to start the (mid)day.
Recipe: Wicked Spatula | Hatch Chile Waffles Eggs Benedict
24. Maple Nut-Topped Sweet Potato Casserole
A sweet breakfast casserole. Sounds divine, right? And this recipe is also a great side dish for the holidays!
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Maple Nut-Topped Sweet Potato Casserole
25. Mexican Shakshuka
Fresh veggies, creamy avocado, hearty eggs, and a perfectly spiced sauce.
Recipe: What Great Grandma Ate | Mexican Shakshuka
26. Chocolate Chunk Pumpkin Scones
Pumpkin scones filled with bites of melty chocolate and drizzled in more chocolate? Yes, please.
Recipe: Lexi’s Clean Kitchen | Chocolate Chunk Pumpkin Scones
27. Paleo Sausage, Gravy, and Biscuits
Talk about a stick-to-your-ribs brunch. When you’re looking for something a little heavier, this recipe is the perfect one to fill you up. Chickenbone broth also makes this gravy wonderfully deep with flavor.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Paleo Sausage, Gravy, and Biscuits
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