I“m a bit of a brunch-oholic. Any excuse I have to make brunch you can guarantee I”m all over it! There are just four of us here this year for Christmas so we”re going really simple for our Christmas morning brunch. We”re having fresh cinnamon rolls (made ahead, thawed in the fridge overnight and baked fresh in the morning) and a tropical fruit salad. Nothing too difficult but it”ll still make the day feel special.
Since brunch is such a passion of mine I”ve gathered my three best tips to help you host a holiday brunch, big or small, stress-free.
“Brunch is one of my favorite meals. Why? Probably because most mornings we don’t have time to make a big fuss over breakfast. The times we do make the effort and linger over breakfast or stretch it into brunch, it automatically feels special and the food somehow just tastes that much better. Although the lingering is fun, it doesn’t mean we want to slave away all morning and be tired out before the day has begun.
There are many ways to have a spectacular brunch without the stress so that you can enjoy your time with your guests and get some relaxing time yourself. Today I’m sharing three of my favorite tips that will help things go a bit smoother.”
Read more and get the recipe for a delicious Cran-Raspberry Smoothie on Simple Bites.