The holidays are the only time one can eat and drink without having to count how many calories he or she has taken, well at least in my books.And brunch being one of the most beautiful meal time where you can eat what you normally have for breakfast as well as mix it with lunch meals. I think brunch should have a special place on the holiday calendar maybe on new years ? I’ll see what the calendar gods say when I talk to them about it.
Anyways with that in mind we’re going to share with you recipes from some of our favorite East African female food bloggers that you can make for the family and/or friends for a brunch occasion. You can Thank us later we will wait..
Caramel zed cinnamon banana stuffed crepes.
Crepes should have a very special place on the brunch table and this beautiful oh tasty recipe by Kaluhi of kaluhiskitchen.com sounds just the right way to go. It’s easy to make crepes and even better when it’s stuffed with banana oh and cinnamon. AND Guinness (Your family and friends would love you if you make this for them) Get the recipe here
Old Fashioned Potato Salad
It’s not a brunch without good salad yes? and well since it’s the holidays why not make something that can fill you right up like this one by marie of safricane.com a good old potato salad .It’s easy , fast and oh tasty ( I can testify on this , I’ve tasted it) get the recipe here.
Peanut butter and Strawberry french toast roll ups
Is it really brunch without French toast ?
This simple yet well stuffed French toast can have you satisfied in no time oh and the best part is that it’s fast and easy to make too and you probably have everything from your kitchen counter.. Get there full recipe here.
ROLEX (not the watch)
The first time my Ugandan friend told me they have a food called ‘ROLEX” i am pretty sure i laughed and didn’t believe her until she made it and i was HOOKED! Guys it tastes amazing and you can keep whatever you like since it’s like making an omelette the you rolled around a chap, it really fills you up and it is quite fun to make. Get the recipe here.
Green Mango and Ginger Cocktail
A far as brunch goes you need to have great drinks on the table whether its cocktails of your choice to juice and so on now i found this quick and easy recipe that you should try for your next brunch all you need is Mangoes,whiskey,ginger,orange,honey and sparkling water. Get the full recipe here.
This drink by Sophie of akitcheninuganda.com is suitable for kids and grown ups,and as holidays go maybe some people would like to reduce the alcohol intake but would still like to enjoy a tall cold glass of greatness, plus you only need five ingredients it’s that easy. Get the recipe here.
Do you have any specific brunch recipes you guys make? if so please share them with us as well as your favourite food bloggers we would love to also share their recipes next time.