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Dec 17, 2014

New Year's Day brunch menu

By: Samantha Battistone

New Year's Day brunch menu Author: Style At Home

Recipes
Dec 17, 2014

New Year's Day brunch menu

By: Samantha Battistone
Start the New Year off right by preparing a fabulous brunch for family and friends. Combine sweet and savoury recipes and tasty holiday drinks to create a New Year's Day brunch they'll remember all-year long.


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New Year's Day brunch menu

Strawberry, rhubarb and mascarpone crepes

Sweet strawberry and tart rhubarb make these crepes a must for any brunch, especially during the holidays. Dust with powdered sugar and garnish with sliced strawberries before serving to guests. Get the recipe: Strawberry, rhubarb and mascarpone crepes

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Joe Kim/TC Media Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Corn fritters with smoky aioli

Simple and delicious, these corn fritters take minutes to make and are full of fresh vegetables, herbs and feta cheese. Complete with a smoky aioli, what's not to love? Get the recipe: Corn fritters with smoky aioli

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Edward Pond Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Almond-crusted French toast

French toast layered with sliced fruit and maple syrup will become an instant hit at your table. Garnish with shaved coconut or even drizzle with honey to add your own unique spin to this decadent dish. Get the recipe: Almond-crusted French toast

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Jeff Coulson Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Sunny baked egg cups

Baked egg cups means you can serve individual one-pot-meals straight from the oven. Simply set a timer and when they're done, bring to the table with slices of fresh focaccia bread or toasted baguettes. Get the recipe: Sunny baked egg cups

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Edward Pond Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Cranberry scones

Cranberries represent the holiday season and what better way to enjoy them than by incorporating cranberries into a mouth-watering, buttery and flaky scone recipe. Get the recipe: Cranberry scones

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Joe Kim/TC Media Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Toasted muesli

Pecans, almonds and golden raisins are just some of the many ingredients in this easy-to-make, toasted muesli. Prepare ahead of time and serve in a large bowl or individual mason jars. Best of all; leftovers make for a great snack. Get the recipe: Toasted muesli

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Jeff Coulson Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Cranberry punch

Every great brunch deserves a signature punch or cocktail recipe. Serve this non-alcoholic cranberry punch or add champagne to turn it into a flavourful mimosa and toast to the year ahead. Get the recipe: Cranberry punch

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Jennifer Bartoli Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Caramel sticky buns

An extra special occasion calls for warm caramel sticky buns. Bake in the oven just before your guests arrive, and as soon as they step foot in your entryway they'll smell the sweet aroma of cinnamon and sugar. Get the recipe: Caramel sticky buns

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Joe Kim/TC Media Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

White hot mocha

Espresso coffee and white chocolate combine to create a tasty holiday drink your guests will love. Serve in holiday mugs and garnish drinks with shaved chocolate or whipped cream. Get the recipe: White hot mocha

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Edward Pond Credits: Style at Home

New Year's Day brunch menu

Citrus-glazed fruit kebabs with honey-yogurt dip

Fresh fruit is a must for any breakfast or brunch. Instead of serving fruit on a platter or in a bowl, create fun fruit kebabs with a sweet brown sugar-glaze. Get the recipe: Citrus-glazed fruit kebabs with honey-yogurt dip

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Joe Kim/TC Media Credits: Style at Home
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