These brunch recipes are easy to make, totally delicious, and allergy friendly! Everyone will love these homemade meals for brunch anytime of year.
When it comes to breakfast foods, everyone loves brunch. Here are some of my favorite recipes that almost anyone can make to impress.
This collection of recipes includes savory meals, sweet showstoppers, baked goods, dips and sauces, homemade bread, salads, and more!
Make these recipes for holidays and special occasions like Easter, Mother’s Day, or Christmas morning, or just any day you like! There are no brunch rules around here.
Plus, all the recipes here are allergy friendly. Some are gluten free, some are vegan, all are nut free, and all are super delicious!
Sweet and traditional brunch recipes.
1 Egg Free Donuts
Light, fluffy, and totally egg free! These donuts can be made vegan with one simple swap. Rich vanilla flavor and topped with sprinkles, they make for a fun addition to the brunch table.
2 S’mores Donuts
All of the best parts of a summer s’more in a donut! Chocolate donuts topped with a marshmallow frosting, sprinkled with graham crackers, and drizzled with more chocolate on top. These are gluten free and vegan and very allergy friendly.
This recipe is one of the most popular on the blog and for good reason! It’s made with simple ingredients and is delicious for breakfast, brunch, or snacking. Pop it on top of your yogurt, a smoothie bowl, or enjoy it by the handful.
4 Overnight Oats
With a base recipe and 3 variations to try, you are going to love these overnight oats! One recipe is blueberry parfait, with yogurt and blueberries. Another is apple cinnamon and maple syrup. My favorite is carrot cake which is filled with carrots, pumpkin seeds, raisins, and a pinch of brown sugar!
5 Vanilla Scones
Inspired by the Starbucks vanilla scones, this version is gluten free and oh so delicious! They are also easy to make vegan with a few substitutions. I love their simple and sweet flavor when paired with coffee or a cup of tea.
Who doesn’t love pancakes? Especially if they are gluten free and vegan pancakes! These easy to make pancakes are perfect for anytime of the day.
A little more hearty of a dish to add to the brunch table!
7 Gluten Free Quiche
Packed with protein but free of the gluten! This quiche uses my allergy free pie crust and combines it with cheese, eggs, and broccoli for a delicious quiche perfect for brunch, lunch, or even a light supper.
8 Lemon Pasta Salad
Dressed in lemon vinaigrette, this pasta salad is an unexpected addition to a brunch table! It’s best served chilled which makes it perfect for summer time. The light lemon flavor combines with fresh veggies to be a more savory addition to any brunch.
9 Easy Chicken Salad
This chicken salad is celery free! Light and refreshing thanks to crisp fennel, it makes for perfect little sandwiches to go with any brunch.
Bread and brunch go together like sunflower seed butter and jelly sandwiches.
10 Dairy Free Bread
Soft, fluffy, and dairy free! This bread tastes amazing and is so much easier to make than you think. Use it as a base for french toast, toast, or just enjoy a slice with butter and jam.
11 Cinnamon Bread
Cinnamon bread is one of my favorite things ever. And this dairy free cinnamon bread is at the top of the list! It tastes as good as a cinnamon roll but with half of the work. Toast it, make french toast with this, or just eat slice by slice.
12 Gluten Free Zucchini Muffins
These gluten free zucchini muffins are a sneaky way of enjoying vegetables for brunch! Spiced with cinnamon and orange juice, no one will believe they are gluten free.
13 Gluten Free Bagels
Easy homemade gluten free bagels that are soft, chewy, and delicious! Make them normal sized or mini for a perfect brunch addition. They are vegan friendly with egg and dairy free options.
14 Gluten Free Biscuits
Everything you want in a biscuit but without the gluten! Thick, fluffy, soft, and buttery these biscuits are delicious any time of the day.
Let’s have some lighter and more veggie filled options at brunch with these salad recipes.
15 Green Goddess Salad
This is a copycat recipe of the panera Green Goddess Salad. Cool, creamy dressing on top of mixed greens and crispy chicken make this one of my favorite salads.
16 Apple Cider Salad Dressing
My go-to salad dressing for the fall that uses apple cider to make a spicy sweet salad topper! This dressing is gluten free, vegan, top 9 free, and paleo friendly. Not bad for a simple salad dressing!
17 Fruit Dip
You only need 3 ingredients in this easy fruit dip! Light, fluffy, and perfect for dipping any time of the year.
Finish brunch in style with these elegant and tasty sweet endings!
18 Rosewater Buttercream
This unexpected rosewater buttercream frosting is simply sweet! Using just a splash of rosewater, you can make any brunch a little more elevated with this classy dessert.
19 Chai Cupcakes
The best flavors from a spiced tea now in a cupcake! These easy to make cupcakes are spiced with cinnamon, cardamon, ginger, and allspice to make a soft cupcake perfect for brunch! Topped with a chai infused buttercream, this gluten free recipe is a sweet treat.
20 Peach Cupcakes
These peach cobbler cupcakes are outta this world delicious! Sweet vanilla cupcakes are stuffed with spiced peaches and topped off with a cool cream cheese frosting.
21 Gluten Free Angel Food Cake
Made with only 8 ingredients, this gluten free angel food cake is divine! The texture is light and fluffy just like an angel cake should be. Sweetened with 2 kinds of sugar and vanilla extract, everyone will love this cake.
22 Vegan Chocolate Cake
A classic chocolate cake, made vegan! Using simple ingredients, this rich and decadent chocolate cake is the perfect way to end any brunch. Makes perfect cakes or cupcakes!
23 Gluten Free Chocolate Sheet Cake
The classic chocolate cake, now made gluten free! This recipe is so easy to mix up and bakes perfectly in a sheet cake that is great for sharing.
Prep your ingredients ahead of time. You can make so many of these things the day or night before brunch. If nothing else, prep as many ingredients as you can the night before so the morning of, you just need to assemble the recipes. Store ingredients in airtight containers so they can easily be found in the morning.
Set the table the night before. One less thing to worry about! If you have a pet who likes to climb up on the table, I would suggest flipping the plates over so they are upside down so no paws get on them. Save the silverware for the morning of.
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