Easy breezy family-style brunch

A full table spread of prepared frozen breakfast foods

Lingering over weekend brunch without hours of work is a pleasure we could all get used to. Our best-kept secret is that it’s not hard to get there! Known for its down-home, approachable appeal, brunch should always feature eggs and potatoes; and bacon and sausage are a must for a carnivorous crew. Next, put your own signature on the meal by finding easy ways to make the core dishes feel special. Read on for fresh hacks, serving ideas and key preplanning steps!

Frozen meats eggs and sides for brunch

Satisfy with a variety of proteins

The thing we love about family-style is that everyone gets to try more foods. But isn’t that extra prep work, you say? Not with our fully cooked proteins, which go from freezer to table in record time via a quick zap in the microwave or a hot oven. Our Omelette Bites come in both a healthy-ish variety, Spinach and Red Pepper Egg White Omelette Bites, and in classic Bacon and Cheddar Omelette Bites. Is adding extra bacon to everything your thing? Fully Cooked Bacon is an express route to crispy heaven. Oktoberfest Sausages are our answer to breakfast sausages and, honestly, perfect paired with an egg sandwich.

Breakfast sandwich lovers, look no further: stuff your fave variety of Omelette Bites between two slices of buttered bread (or an English muffin for the classic ‘wich) – and voila!

Tater Nugget casserole

Brunch expert tip:

To make an easy tater casserole, place half a package of Tater Nuggets in a greased baking dish and top with a big handful each of shredded marble cheese, chopped Fully-Cooked Bacon and sliced green onion, then bake at 350°F for 25 mins or until taters are warm and cheese is bubbling. If the top starts to get dark, cover loosely with foil.

Brunch garnishes and side dishes

How to set the scene

Now that you have all the mains and sides done so quickly, make a colourful table because, as the adage goes, we eat with our eyes first. But it needn’t be complicated. Serve a combo of sliced tomato, cucumber or avocado topped with crumbled feta or goat cheese, salt and a drizzle of olive oil. Grab a few assorted fruits from your fruit bowl and slice them up into a simple fruit platter or fruit salad (almost any mix of fruit works!). Mince a handful of any fresh herbs you have on hand (think mint, parsley, cilantro or oregano) to sprinkle liberally on platters. Serve a mocktail in your fanciest glasses as a final touch.

BRUNCH-SAVVY TIP: Elevate your fruit and veg platters with dips and dressings. Our hands-down favourite veggie dip is Buttermilk Dill Dipping Sauce – it has just the right balance of creamy and tangy. Make your fruit salad more special by blending the juice of one lime with a few teaspoons of honey in a small bowl, then add a handful of raisins or pomegranate tendrils. Drizzle it over fruit for instant punchy flavour!

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