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Brunch just got easier with this step-by-step guide. These simple tips will guarantee that you'll impress your guests -- without the stress.
We'll show you the recipes and easy how-tos for a perfect brunch. Here's the menu -- just click on to see how it all comes together.
-- Monkey Bread Rolls
-- Buttermilk Coffee Cakes
-- Eggs Benedict
-- Skillet-Scalloped Corn
-- Berry Trifle
-- Drinks: Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Lime-Tea Punch
Your guests will find this sticky sweet bread irresistible, and pulling apart the sugar-coated layers is half the fun. Store-bought dough makes preparation a cinch. In the next three slides, we'll show you all our secrets to mastering this all-American favorite.
After quartering each roll in Step 1 (previous slide), dip the pieces in butter and roll them in sugar. Then, place two dough pieces in each muffin cup on top of the chopped pecans. The next slide shows the details of the Monkey Bread Rolls' creamy, cool topping.
Treat your friends -- and yourself -- to a crumbly, cinnamon-scented coffee cake. As an added bonus, leftovers work great for a quick snack or last-minute dessert. Just freeze remaining slices in plastic wrap, place in a freezer-proof bag, and freeze for up to a month.
The next four slides lead you through the basics of Eggs Benedict. The secret of this no-fuss Eggs Benedict recipe is a rich, silky Mock Hollandaise sauce that's just as delicious as the real thing. The next four slides take you through the simple basics.
After toasting the muffins under the broiler, top each half with a slice of Canadian-style bacon. The next slide shows you our tricks for adding poached eggs to your Eggs Benedict recipe.
After topping your toasted muffins with bacon, use a slotted spoon to remove an egg from the warm water. Set the spoon and egg briefly on a paper towel to drain. Place an egg on each bacon-topped muffin half. The next slide shows our method for adding sauce to the Eggs Benedict.
After adding the bacon and egg to your English muffins, spoon the warm Mock Hollandaise Sauce over the top of each egg. Look to our Eggs Benedict recipe for all the details you need to prepare a batch of these tasty breakfast sandwiches for your next brunch.
Easy variations can take Eggs Benedict to the next level. Check out our complete recipe for details on preparing the Salmon Benedict, Reuben Benedict, or Portobello Mushroom Benedict (shown here).
Few veggies complement eggs better than asparagus. And it's easy to roast this vitamin-rich treat and get knock-out results. The next two slides will show you the best way to do it.
Save time by simmering spears on the stovetop instead of roasting them in the oven. Lay the asparagus in a skillet and top with an inch of water. Lightly salt the water and bring it to a simmer. Cook, covered, for 3 to 5 minutes or until the spears are crisp-tender.
This corn recipe fits seamlessly onto any brunch table. Creamy kernels and Swiss cheese combine with crunchy crackers for a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
You can count on this light and luscious dessert to provide the perfect ending to your brunch. To add a signature flavor, try substituting raspberry-, lemon-, or orange-flavored yogurt.
These anytime cocktails feature tangy limeade concentrate and sweet strawberry ice cubes.
Bloody Marys are a must-have at any brunch celebration. Give your mix an extra kick with our recipe for Wasabi Marys.
This thirst-quenching recipe delivers a stylish sip without the alcohol. Made with black tea and garnished with a slice of lime, it's a perfect refresher.