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Layers of crispy bacon, asparagus, and red peppers come together with eggs, Swiss cheese, bread cubes, and seasoning to make this flavorful strata. It can chill overnight, so cut the time it takes to make in half by prepping the dish the night before and baking it on Easter morning.
Classic breakfast pancakes get a fruity twist in this recipe; the spiced chai syrup -- made with chai tea bags, dark brown sugar, and peach juice -- is a zippy substitute for regular maple. Top with chopped peaches for a delicious, special occasion short stack.
Go ahead -- pour on the hollandaise sauce with this recipe; The low-fat yogurt and skim milk that go into it make it a bit healthier than what tops the regular version of the classic egg dish -- perfect as an Easter morning starter.
This sweet side combines an assortment of fresh berries with a creamy base. Make the base the night before and chill in the refrigerator, and it will be ready in minutes the next day.
This quiche features a cinnamon bread crumb crust and savory-sweet topping of fresh berries and crisp bacon. Save time by baking the crust the day before your brunch and storing it at room temperature.
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