During the winter holiday season, one of my favorite things is enjoying a lazy morning, with a warm blanket, morning television, my trusty rescue dog, Gomez, and something warm for breakfast. Sometimes, that’s only a beverage. But during the holidays, the pace slows a bit.
This year, we’ve witnessed a new place at the table for international flavor influences and dishes. Grandma’s delightful, and classic, biscuits and gravy most definitely still have a place. But that space is shared with some of the comfort foods and holiday traditions of other cultures.
A traditional Lebanese breakfast, this Halloumi and Egg dish consists of halloumi cheese, perfectly enveloped by sunny-side-up eggs, and lightly drizzled with a mint yogurt dressing. Perfect, quick and simple. Recipe here.
Thought to be of Russian, Polish and Slovakian origin, you’ll love the light, flavorful taste these blintzes deliver. Don’t be afraid to experiment with toppings of your choice, especially regional favorites. This recipe is courtesy of our friends at the National Honey Board. Recipe here.
This Cheesy Breakfast Burrito Casserole is perfect to make ahead and bake in the morning. You can also double the recipe and freeze one for later! Feel free to get creative with fillings and toppings, especially those that are local or seasonal. Recipe here.
An impressive dish that is simple to make, as well as being fresh and tasty. Feel free to be creative with the fillings, such as adding peach basil or strawberry rhubarb. Dutch Babies are lovely for brunch or any meal that needs an elegant touch. They make a flavorful, and beautiful, addition to any table. Recipe here.
Enjoy these dishes that are sure to warm up any holiday morning.