These delectable recipes will ensure you have a delicious Easter brunch. You can find all the brunch menu items here to satisfy your whole family.
Love a good old fashioned Southern breakfast? Grits? Eggs? Sausage? Bacon? OH MY!
Here you’ll find recipes for the Southern cook.
Everyone has a banana bread recipe. But who has the best banana bread? Our maple pecan banana bread loaf with no refined sugar might become your new favorite.
These apricot muffins are breakfast muffins made with dried apricots and yogurt. They can be served with butter, honey, apricot preserve, or maple syrup.
This delicious carrot cake recipe is made without frosting and is perfect with coffee for breakfast or as an afternoon snack with hot tea.
These pumpkin buttermilk pancakes have the best flavors of autumn. If you love pumpkin, try this recipe for your next breakfast!
You’ll skip the store-bought pancake mix once you start making buttermilk pancakes from scratch. These are light, fluffy, and delightful.
You’ll never reach into the grocery store freezer case for waffles again, once you try this from-scratch buttermilk waffle recipe!
Got a sweet tooth? You’re going to love this chocolate gravy. This indulgent gravy is traditionally served with biscuits, but you can pour it on anything you’d like!
You’ll love this easy-to-prepare breakfast. This Tex-Mex Frittata is a simple treat for your weekend breakfast.
This Southern food is beautiful to look at and even better to eat. The scuppernong jelly recipe may take a bit of dedication to excel at, but it is utterly worth the time.
Chicken fried steak…it’s a Southern classic! This recipe uses buttermilk and a variety of seasonings for a delicious and hearty meal.
Every Southern cook needs a go-to recipe for a creamy sausage gravy. You’re going to love this traditional biscuit-topping gravy.