To be fair, we're pretty sure that creamy scoop up there is ice cream. But imagine it's thick, brunch-approved greek yogurt instead—what a great idea to feed a crowd. We're always looking for something that's an alternative to eggs or carbs. This is perfect, and you can make it ahead of time.
You can even serve it in martini glasses. See?
We've been asked many, many times for brunch menu ideas, and we always start with an egg casserole or baked eggs, followed by a plate of bagels or maybe some cinnamon rolls.
But then there's the fruit element. You want something beyond eggs and carbs, maybe something a little sweet, and the default is a fruit salad. What about a warm, sweet baked apple instead? These could be the main dish, to be honest, filled with crunchy granola and served with yogurt and honey.
Here are the recipes pictured, from top to bottom:
• Baked Apples, from Sprouted Kitchen.
• Granola-Ginger Baked Apples, from Southern Living.
• Oatmeal Brown Sugar Baked Apples, from the Kitchn.
What do you think? Has anyone served baked apples for brunch before?
Related: Breakfast Recipe: Peanut Butter and Honey Granola
(Images: Hugh Forte/Sprouted Kitchen; Beth Dreiling Hontzas/Southern Living; Emma Christensen)