Simple recipe ideas to elevate your brunch offering

Move aside, breakfast! Brunch is quickly becoming the favorite meal of the day, and going out to a local brunch spot for something delicious to eat – and maybe a mimosa or two – has become a hugely popular weekend activity for many of us.

The popularity of brunch has an unusual origin. The English writer Guy Beringer first proposed the idea back in 1895, as a way to combat the dreaded hangover. The tradition has existed in some form ever since and reached a peak in popularity when it spread to the United States in the 1930s. Today, it remains as popular as ever, and competition among restaurants to attract the brunch crowd is fierce.

Set yourself apart from the others with these tips to help you take your brunch offering to the next level. Mother’s Day, one of the busiest days in the restaurant calendar, is just around the corner, so now is a great time to introduce something new to your brunch menu.

Follow these tips to elevate your brunch game:

Enhance Your Omelet

Consider offering a build-your-own omelet on your menu, where options include fresh veggies like peppers and onion, turkey ham and fresh sausage.

A Twist on the Classic

Try giving the humble hash a new lease of life by replacing the corned beef with something new, such as spicy sausage. Be sure to top with a fried egg!

Perfect Combination

Add this hearty egg and sausage casserole to your brunch menu and watch the sales roll in. Quick to prepare and delicious to eat, it’s sure to be a favorite with your customers.

Win the Battle of the Benedicts

Give your Eggs Benedict the edge by adding sliced sausage with herbs instead of the usual ham or bacon. You can also give your customers the option to spice things up by offering sliced spicy sausage as an alternative.


With a few simple steps and some delicious fresh ingredients, you can elevate your brunch menu and make sure that your customers will soon be back for more.
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