I love everything about brunch. From the togetherness, the drinks, and the delicious food, it’s my favorite mealtime. But, with two young and active kids, it’s hard to make time to go out to eat and savor the meal. Well, with Brunch at Bobby’s: 140 Recipes for the Best Part of the Weekend, we can make and enjoy brunch at home!
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I opened the cookbook. Sometimes brunch recipes can get a little crazy with a million different ingredients that you will most likely never use again. Or, they can be pretty boring. I found Brunch at Bobby’s to be exactly the kind of cookbook you want for this meal.
The books chapters are divided with these contents:
- Coffee, Tea & Cocktails
- Spreads & Syrups
- Pancakes, Waffles & French Toast
- Egg Dishes
- Pastries & Breads
- Fruit Dishes & Fruit Salads
- Savory Side Dishes
As I was reading the cookbook, I appreciated the simplicity of the ingredients. Some of the recipes that caught my eye were the Spiked Iced Chicory Coffee, Roasted Jalapeno-Cilantro Cream Cheese, and Smoked Salmon and Green Onion Scramble. Of course, I can’t wait to make all the different types of pancakes with my family in the mornings (Carrot Cake, Mini German, etc.).
The book is beautifully photographed and the recipes are laid out in a clean and organized format. I’ve read a couple other reviewers that you can probably find most of Bobby’s recipes online, but I like that this book is put together in one spot.
I’m really excited about this cookbook and planning a gathering with family and friends for brunch with these recipes.
Disclaimer: I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. All opinions are my own.