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Best Thanksgiving Brunch ecipes

Thanksgiving Brunch Recipes

These delicious and easy Thanksgiving breakfast recipes are the perfect eats on busy holiday mornings.

Not only are they hassle-free and very tasty, but they’re also versatile and varied.

1. Pumpkin Pancakes

You’ll taste fall in every bite of these breakfast pancakes.

Delicately flavored with pumpkin pie spice, they hit the perfect balance between sugar and spice.

They’re also diet-friendly (if that diet is paleo!). Beautifully soft and fluffy, you won’t believe there are no grains in this recipe.

They’re made with almond flour and pumpkin puree and pan-fried in coconut oil.

You can enjoy these with sliced bananas, toasted pecans, or fresh berries. Or just keep it simple and drizzle with maple syrup.

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2. Sweet Potato Hash

Sweet potatoes are healthier than their white counterparts.

Not only are they full of healthy fiber, vitamins, and minerals, they’re also a great source of slow-release energy.

So skip the sweet potato dessert-like casserole this year, and serve the spuds for Thanksgiving breakfast instead.

In this recipe, sweet potatoes are diced and mixed with browned sausage and healthy veggies.

Top it off with a fried egg, and you’ll have a healthy, hearty brunch-like option for your morning meal.

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3. Pumpkin French Toast

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a longstanding French toast fan, or new to the delicious dish, you’ll have to try this fall-themed version.

In this recipe, thick slices of soft bread are dipped in a pumpkin spice mix made with eggs, milk, brown sugar, vanilla, and spices.

They’re then pan-fried in butter until golden and drizzled with maple syrup.

The smell alone will get every member of the household out of bed faster than you can say ‘Happy Thanksgiving!’

4. Blueberry French Toast Casserole

If you’re feeding a crowd on Thanksgiving morning, a breakfast casserole is the way to go.

Easy, convenient, and tasty, it can be made ahead of time so all you have to do is get up to turn the oven on!

It’s made with slightly stale bread, cream cheese, egg, milk, maple syrup, and fresh blueberries.

Bake until bubbly, and it’ll turn into a warming, heavenly pudding.

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5. Pumpkin Spice Latte

If you’re addicted to pumpkin spice latte, I have some good news.

You won’t have to leave the house to get your fix with this easy recipe that tastes just like the real deal!

It’s made with just six ingredients and a blender, so it’s perfect for bleary-eyed cooks who don’t usually wake up until noon.

All you need for this rich, creamy latte is pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, sugar, milk, vanilla, and coffee.

If the kids want a taste, just omit the coffee. It’ll still taste amazing!