Weekends, especially long weekends, allow for more leisurely mornings—and time for a little something special for brunch.
Got weekend brunch ideas? #Cabotfarmers do. From a favorite maple sugarhouse breakfast casserole to a make-your-own yogurt parfait bar, add flavor without fuss! Click To Tweet
One of our favorites is this easy, versatile egg and sausage casserole created by Cabot farmer, Karen Wheeler. Spring is a busy time on Wheeler Farm in Wilmington, Vermont. Along with taking care of their cows, the family runs a maple sugaring operation. Karen often brings a hearty breakfast out to the sugarhouse where family and friends are carefully simmering the sap down into pure maple syrup.
So whether you’re in the mood for something quick and easy, or you’re prepared to pull out the waffle maker, all of these delicious dishes will put a smile on everyone’s face!
ONE PAN BREAKFAST
Check out Karen’s master recipe plus three more delicious variations in this video. From sausage with Seriously Sharp cheddar, kicked-up chorizo & pepper jack, bacon with Colby jack, to ham and Vermont sharp cheddar, there’s a combo to please everyone. Get creative and make up your own to share in the comments section of the recipe!
For some people, weekends are for waffles. These unusual savory crisp cheddar and shredded zucchini waffles make for a tasty, healthy option, or try these Savory Chive & Cornmeal Waffles with Cheddar Gravy.
If you’re looking for something quick and healthy, these smoothie recipes are refreshing and packed with protein.
Nothing says weekend morning like the scent of freshly baked goodies wafting out from the kitchen. We’ve got lots of easy options, sweet and savory, so the baker doesn’t have to get up too early, either.
YOGURT AND FRUIT
Add a light and fresh touch to brunch with a yogurt parfait bar. Set out Cabot Greek yogurt in a couple of flavors, fresh fruit, toasted nuts and seeds, granola and jams. For a fun twist, put out jelly jars for guests to build their own. Here’s some inspiration: