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7 brunch recipes to feed a crowd

Who doesn’t love brunch? In Australia going out for brunch is the new dinner.

With the long weekend coming up if you have family and friends visiting, instead of herding the crew out to a cafe for a morning meal, treat your guests to a homemade brunch.

So whatever you have planned for the long weekend, the following brunch recipes feed your hungry guests.

Brunch recipes to feed a crowd

Breakfast Chilaquiles 

Your guests will love this stunning breakfast chilaquiles. Cook and serve from the pan, which calls for an easy clean-up.


Good Fat Fritters

These irresistible fritters, topped with hollandaise sauce, smoked salmon and dukkah will be the winning dish of the weekend.


Zucchini Ribbon Frittatas

This fabulous zucchini ribbon frittata is an ideal dish to serve to a crowd. Finish off the frittata with a sprinkle of chives and serve.



Ricotta pancakes with berries and cream

The ultimate weekend treat. For all those sweet tooth’s, these ricotta pancakes with berries and cream are sure to do the trick.



A shakouka is the perfect dish for sharing. Serve to your guests straight from the pan with grilled bread.


Pea, leek and bacon frittata 

Who could say no to this scrumptious looking pea, leek and bacon frittata? This dish will easily satisfy hungry guests.


Eggs French Toast with Berries

Frech toast is a classic brunch recipe. In under 30 minutes you can have this French toast dish on the table and ready to be eaten.


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