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7 healthier brunch recipes to make this weekend

Forget sleeping in. These delicious brunch recipes are guaranteed to get you out of bed
Recipe and photo provided by CanolaInfo.org
Red pepper and fennel frittata

The best part of an at-home brunch? No long lineups. Make your weekend breakfast a little more special with these healthy, restaurant-quality meals courtesy of our recipe partner CanolaInfo.org.

Breakfast strata primavera served in a white baking dish on top of a blue yellow and white napkin on  

Breakfast strata primavera

Spend more time catching up with company. Make this colourful strata the night before. In the morning pop it into the oven, heat and enjoy. Get the recipe

 
Crêpes with Shrimp, Spinach and Herb Filling

Crêpes with shrimp, spinach and herb filling

Bring a touch of flair to your breakfast with savoury flavour-filled crêpes. Get the recipe.

smoked salmon eggs benedict with creamy dill caper sauce

Smoked salmon eggs Benedict with creamy dill caper sauce

Smoked salmon and zippy dill bring a fresh take on a beloved brunch classic. Get the recipe

 

Red pepper and fennel frittata

Red pepper and fennel frittata

These perfectly portioned frittatas make serving guests a breeze. Get the recipe

Stack of pancakes on a blue plate topped with raspberries

Cinnamon oatmeal pancakes 

Spice up your next stack of fluffy pancakes by mixing fragrant cinnamon right into the batter. Get the recipe

 slices of banana bread with chocolate icing on plate

Banana bread

Possibly the most delicious ways to use up those ripe bananas sitting on your counter. Get the recipe

Three ramekins with diced melon, strawberries and berries

Three citrus mint dressing with seasonal fresh fruit 

A light and refreshing way to top off your morning breakfast. Get the recipe


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