If there’s one thing that we know and love here at Ohza, it’s brunch. We pride ourselves in being your brunch buddy for all things worth celebrating. We know that brunch is a great time to reconnect with friends over food and beverages—and it’s a great excuse to drink before 11 am. We love a good mimosa.
No matter what reason you have for brunch, we want to help you with every detail. Whether you’re planning a Christmas brunch, putting something together for Easter, or you’re celebrating Mother’s Day, the perfect brunch buffet is within reach.
The best part of brunch is the food. A brunch spread is a great time to get creative with recipes and flavors.
If you’re looking to wow your brunch guests, look no further. Whether you are searching for the best entree or best crafted mimosa, we’ve got everything you need, courtesy of Ohza. Here are all the best recipes for your next brunch time celebration.
If you and your guests like to celebrate like we do, there are definitely cocktails involved. Brunch is the perfect place to practice your mixologist skills with some fun new recipes. If you are on the hunt for new and delicious brunch cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered.
Whether you like a fruity cocktail or something stronger in the morning, we’ve got all the best recipes for you and your brunch gang.
One of the easiest, most accessible cocktails you can make is a mimosa. All you need is Champagne or sparkling wine and a juice of choice. Orange juice is usually used, but don’t be afraid to switch it up with a different kind of juice for the sake of creativity.
Of course, if you don’t feel like crafting your own, enjoy a can or two of our delicious Classic Mimosas.
If you are looking for more on the delicate side, we recommend a peach bellini. Bellinis are made with peach puree and Prosecco. Once again, if bartending seems like just another thing on your plate, stock up on our Classic Bellinis.
One of the most classic brunchtime cocktails is a Bloody Mary. It’s the perfect savory breakfast cocktail for any occasion. Most brunch cocktails are made with sweet flavors, but the Bloody Mary is not. If you are looking for a spicy and savory brunch cocktail, look no further.
Rise and Shine! This cocktail is sure to wake you up.
The main difference between a tequila sunrise and a mimosa is that instead of sparkling wine, this cocktail uses tequila. It definitely packs a punch early in the morning, but it’s totally worth it.
If you are looking for an herbal morning brew, look no further than a rosemary gin fizz. All you need is a rosemary simple syrup, lemon juice, and gin to get this cocktail going. It’s refreshing, fizzy, and perfect for brunch.
You can enjoy this combination of two fun summery drinks year-round. One of the best parts about this sangria lemonade is that you can easily make it all in one pitcher. It has Chardonnay, lemonade, and a splash of rum.
If you are searching for a Southern spin on a brunchtime classic, you need to make this sweet tea sangria. All you need to craft this sweet tea sangria is sweet tea and prosecco.
It’s exactly what it sounds like… and it is surprisingly delicious. Believe it or not, beer and OJ is a winning combo. All you need to make a beermosa is your favorite beer and orange juice. Pour your beer into your favorite glass and top it with some fresh-squeezed orange juice. It’s simple and tasty, perfect for brunch.
Nothing better than coffee and booze. If you are looking for a chocolatey way to kick off your morning, java floats are a sweet way to start off brunch. Java floats are a fun spin on a morning cup of joe. Besides, who doesn’t love coffee and alcohol mixed together? It’s a match made in heaven.
Don’t feel like making cocktails from scratch but still want your brunch booze? That’s where we come in.
Here at Ohza, we know how valuable brunch time is, and we want to help you every step of the way. To have a fresh fruity mimosa in seconds, all you need to do is crack open a can of Ohza. Ohza is portable, delicious, and perfect for sharing.
No matter the celebration, we want to celebrate with you. Ohza is the perfect brunch buddy for whatever wonderful things life has to offer. It’s the perfect beverage for brunch or any time of the day. You can spend less time mixing up drinks and more time making memories with those that matter most.
Once you’ve got the cocktails covered, you will need some winning brunch recipes, so no one goes hungry. There are so many different creative recipes that can help you have a winning brunch, from egg dishes with a drizzle of hollandaise sauce to cinnamon rolls and even delicious outliers like chilaquiles.
Whether you prefer savory or sweet breakfast foods, there is something for everyone on this list. Here are ten easy savory and sweet brunch recipes to help you wow your brunch guests and have people going back for seconds… and thirds.
One of the simpler breakfasts you can make is a breakfast casserole. It’s super easy, and you definitely don’t need to be a chef to whip one of these up. All you need to do is put all your ingredients into a pan and bake it.
The best part? A casserole can be whatever flavors you want, whether you want to turn your favorite French toast recipe into a baked French toast casserole or you’re more inspired by the combination of cream cheese, spinach, and artichoke. Egg casseroles are also a classic brunch option.
Savory Option: Eggs Benedict Casserole
Sweet Option: Overnight Blueberry French Toast
These sweet treats are a great breakfast option if you want something that your brunch-goers can grab and go. Muffins come in a variety of different flavors and are fairly easy to make in large quantities.
If you’re not in the mood for muffins, you can also try your hand at scones or donuts, in keeping with the bite-sized snack idea.
Savory Option: Egg Muffins
Sweet Option: Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins
Quiche is a delicious breakfast option that can be customizable, like a casserole. Pack lots of different flavors and textures into this dish. Try adding tomatoes, your favorite mushroom, and any other vegetables that strike your fancy, and be sure to serve with a green salad.
Quiche is also great when you need to feed a crowd, and the buttery combination of the crust with the silky egg is sure to please.
Savory Option: Brie and Bacon Quiche
Sweet Option: Sweet Vanilla Quiche
One of the most classic breakfasts of all time is pancakes, and they’re a family favorite for a reason. Both mom and kids will be happy with this option! They don’t take a lot of ingredients or time and are great for serving many people all at once.
If you are looking for a classic food to bring to brunch, pancakes are the way to go. Just make sure you have plenty of maple syrup on hand, and serve with a side of sausage!
Savory Option: Scallion Pancakes
Sweet Option: Raspberry White Chocolate Pancakes
Oatmeal is a surprisingly versatile breakfast food. It’s easy to make in big batches and can be savory or sweet, depending on your preferences. A bowl of oatmeal is also packed with fiber and antioxidants to get your day started. You can top it with berries and other fresh fruit, add nuts like pecans, or drizzle on a little honey.
Baked oatmeal can also be made ahead of time and baked in the morning if you are trying to save some time and energy.
Savory Option: Cheesy Oatmeal with Potatoes and Pesto
Sweet Option: Black Forest Oatmeal
If you are trying to lean more towards lunch, salad may be the way to go.
Salads are also good for packing lots of flavor into one meal, and you can add plenty of veggies like carrots and tomatoes or sprinkle on crunchy candied almonds. Serve with biscuits for a bit of extra oomph.
Savory Option: Lentil Salad with Feta
Sweet Option: Fruit Salad with Dressing
Breakfast sandwiches are the perfect brunchtime meal. They combine everything we love about breakfast and lunch in a wonderful union of flavors.
Savory Option: Bacon, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich
Sweet Option: Chicken and Waffles Sandwich
If you are looking for something that you can easily put together and slice up for your next brunch, breakfast bread may be the best option.
Savory Option: Stuffed Ham and Egg Bread
Sweet Option: Brown Sugar Banana Nut Bread
What better way to celebrate brunch than with pizza? Specifically, breakfast pizza.
Breakfast pizza is a fun way to enjoy a brunchtime twist on a classic entree. They are fairly easy to put together with just a few ingredients.
Savory Option: Classic Breakfast Pizza
Don’t go hungry at your next celebration. There are many options for a successful, memorable brunch time celebration. Grab those mimosas, your favorite glass, and a stack of pancakes or some avocado toast, and get ready to enjoy a brunch spread of all your favorites.
No matter what you are celebrating, life is worth enjoying with good food, great friends, and, most importantly, delicious drinks. From all of us here at Ohza, crack open a cold one and celebrate your life today.
Sources:Extra-Flaky Scallion Pancakes Recipe | Serious Eats