12 Thanksgiving Brunch Recipes

November 22, 2019 (Last Updated: February 6, 2020)
Thanksgiving brunch 2019

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I truly think the pilgrims would have LOVED brunch. If you really think about how both Thanksgiving and brunch brought people together to enjoy food, drinks, and good company, they are quite similar. All of that is to say, there are 12 mouth water Thanksgiving-themed brunch recipes that might make you reconsider having family over around 11:00 am instead of 6:00 pm. Even if you don’t, you’ll want to make these recipes with some of your Thanksgiving Dinner Leftovers!

Pumpkin pie, challah bread, pumpkin rolls, and sangria for Thanksgiving brunch.
Thanksgiving brunch!

1. Cranberry Mimosa

Let’s be honest… Being around the family can be a little stressful so start off the morning with a fall cocktail and smile. This combo is a triple threat – orange juice, pineapple juice, and cranberry juice. Definitely start the day with a fall mimosa.

2. Maple Bacon Sweet Potato Hash

Bacon, bacon, bacon! What a concoction of sweet and savory. If you’re looking for something simple and delicious, this is it. You’ll have a side for breakfast, lunch, BRUNCH, or dinner in 30 minutes. This is also the perfect base for my Sweet Potato Hash recipe, if you want to turn this into a full meal!

3. Overnight Pecan Pie French Toast

Pinch me, I must be dreaming for something as delectable as this recipe to exist. This is perfect if you’re still doing a big Thanksgiving dinner. You can make this in advance to appease the vultures in the kitchen.

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