Breakfast and Brunch Party Recipes to Watch the World Cup

This year’s FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar. Because of the difference in time, it is essential to plan your morning and afternoon viewing parties. This means that you will need to have a variety of brunch and breakfast-friendly recipes to view victory.

Paola Velez combines the famous pairing of cheese and guava in what she calls “if flan had a baby, it’s delicious.” Velez refers to this particular Budin-de-pan recipe as “history in one bowl.” Velez’s husband’s 101-year-old grandmother created it. The custard is rich and creamy, with a lot of evaporated milk. However, the result is utterly dreamy.

Butter-Raspberry Baked Oatmeal

This baked oatmeal is made with perfectly tender spiced and sweet-tart fruits. It’s topped with crispy coconut pieces and pecans. Although the recipe calls for raspberries in this recipe, you could also use blueberries or sliced strawberries. The aromas of the spices are released when they are infused with hot brown butter. This makes the dish perfect for entertaining.

This delicious, squash-based, egg-forward casserole with prosciutto & Gruyere makes a tremendous main breakfast dish.

A breakfast party would only be complete with a mimosa. This recipe gives classic mimosas a new twist. We replace the orange juice with orange liqueur and homemade orange syrup. You can make the orange syrup up to a week in advance. For a non-alcoholic beverage, you can stir it into a glass of soda water.

This pancake is a flavorful twist on the Dutch baby. The pancake is light and puffy upon removal from the oven. This gives it a dramatic appearance. This Dutch baby recipe is flavored with spinach and Parmesan cheese, giving it a delicious, savory twist. This dish gets a crispy crust by placing the batter in a hot skillet.

New Orleans’ Molly’s Rise and Shine restaurant are known for its yogurt bowl with sunny-roasted carrot marmalade. This version of Mason Hereford’s marmalade is rich in flavor thanks to the addition of cinnamon, star anise, and cardamom.

This crowd-pleasing mix begins with V8 vegetable juice’s toned-down tomato kick. Then, it gets a double dose of heat from hot sauce and zippy horseradish. Regular pickle juice gives it a sweet and sour taste, but we love the added warmth of spicy pickles. Allow the mixture to sit for at least two hours to allow the flavors to meld.