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Dutch Baby with Blueberry Compote and Lemon Crème Anglaise

A Dutch baby is one of those dishes that is equally delicious as it is impressive. It's magic watching this pancake rise in the oven. Once the Dutch baby is made, serve it up with your favorite fillings, whether sweet or savory. I'm adding a blueberry compote and lemon crème anglaise. Both of these sauces can be made in advance, prep notes are in the recipe. Serve this up for brunch and impress all of your guests!


Tomato, Herb and Cheese Frittata

I love making a frittata; it serves a crowd for breakfast, without having to cook individual eggs, but it also stores great in the refrigerator and can be reheated and served with a salad for lunch or dinner. I'm using fresh tomatoes, herbs and cheese in this but you can also add in leftover roasted vegetables or cooked meats like sausage or ham.


Butter and Ham and Cheese Croissants

Homemade croissants right out of the oven are in my top 10 favorite bites of all time. These have a crunch on the outside and then the inside is full of soft, pillowy layers of flakey goodness. This recipe shows you how to make them plain or filled with ham and cheese. They are a labor of love but, I have started to space out the work over three days, letting the dough rise slowly in the fridge every night, so that they don't take up too much time any one day. That said, I'll give directions to make them quicker as well. Happy baking!


Marcia's Eggs AKA Egg Goo

This breakfast casserole admittedly isn't the prettiest but it is so delicious and it holds a special place in my heart. My mom has been making this for breakfast on Christmas morning my whole life. Everything you want for breakfast is in this casserole, it starts with an egg bread pudding topped with breakfast sausage, cheese and a homemade mushroom gravy. It's also the perfect make ahead and can be easily doubled to feed a crowd and made in a 9x13.

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