How to Cook the Perfect Sunday Brunch for Everyone

How to Cook the Perfect Sunday Brunch for Everyone

Brunch is one of the most popular meals of the week. If you’re hosting a brunch, you need to make sure that you have plenty of food for everyone. If you don’t, you’ll either have a very hungry and grumpy guest or your guests won’t show up. Blending dishes is the best way to make sure that everyone will have a meal they love. In this post, I will be giving you a recipe for a Tex-Mex breakfast that is perfect for brunch. It’s quick, easy, and inexpensive to make.

What’s for breakfast?

Breakfast is an important part of the day, and there are so many delicious options to choose from. For a simple yet satisfying meal, why not try avocado toast? This classic breakfast option is quick and easy to make, and can be topped with your favorite ingredients. For something a bit more unique, try granola with figs, almonds and coconut – the perfect combination of crunchy and sweet! If you’re looking for a savory option, consider petite vegetable frittatas or sausage & crescent roll casserole. Or for something different, try a berry yogurt bowl or egg sandwich with pastrami and Swiss. No matter what you choose for breakfast, it’s sure to be delicious!

The ingredients for Tex-Mex breakfast

This Tex-Mex breakfast is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Start by gathering your ingredients, which include bean chilaquiles with avocado and queso fresco, Mexican breakfast salad, sour cream, olive oil, leftover crock pot chuck roast (shredded), frozen Brown ‘N Serve beef sausage links (chopped), eggs and a small onion (diced). Many of these ingredients can be found ready-made at the grocery store, such as tortillas, organic refried beans and salsas. The remaining ingredients are also easy to prepare, such as the roasted sweet potatoes. Once you have all your ingredients together, you’re on your way to a delicious Tex-Mex breakfast!

How to cook the perfect Tex-Mex breakfast

The perfect Tex-Mex breakfast starts with preheating the oven to 375°F. To make the meal, start by combining two tablespoons of olive oil and two-thirds of a cup of sour cream in a large bowl. Add in three cups of leftover crock pot chuck roast, shredded, and five frozen Banquet® Brown ‘N Serve(tm) Beef Sausage links, chopped. Mix the ingredients together and spread them out in a 9×13 inch baking dish. Crack four large eggs over the top before sprinkling one small onion, small diced, over the top of the casserole. Bake for 25 minutes before serving with huevos rancheros casserole, bean chilaquiles with avocado & queso fresco, basic breakfast tacos, or even a Mexican breakfast salad. Enjoy!

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