Breakfast at the Cabin


Breakfast at the Cabin

Hot & Hearty breakfasts from our friends at Cuisine at Home. Give the bagels and cream cheese a rest and try one of these five sweet or savory dishes.


Got company joining you at the cabin for breakfast or brunch? We've gathered five delicious recipes that make breakfast at the cabin easy because, let’s be real, when you’ve got guests coming for breakfast or brunch, it usually means getting up at the crack of dawn to pull it all together.

Breakfast casseroles make it convenient to feed a crowd without losing any beauty rest, because they can, and need, to be made ahead. So, whether your company enjoys a sweet or a savory treat in the mornings, this "Breakfast at the Cabin" recipe guide is made for you and your cabin lifestyle.

Here are a few recipes you can look forward to making during your next weekend getaway with family and friends:

Sticky Bun Casserole with whipped cream & bacon
If your family loves sticky buns, this casserole will have them singing its praises. Full of gooey caramel, rich pecans, and fragrant cinnamon, it’s hard to resist.

Croque Monsieur Strata with dijon béchamel
This ham and cheese strata is inspired by the classic bistro sandwich, croque monsieur, and means “mister crunch” in French. With just one bite of this savory strata, you’ll be saying ooh-la-la.

Egg-Muffin Sandwich with cheese sauce
With Canadian bacon and an easy cheese sauce, these steam-fried eggs never tasted better. This Mexican version of baked eggs in a spicy tomato sauce is not only easy to make and full of flavor, it’s good for you, too. Plus it also makes preparing eggs for a crowd a snap.

Eggs in Tomato Sauce with black beans
Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner, this vegetarian main dish will get rave reviews when it’s brought to the table.

Crunchy French Toast
Grab a box of corn flakes and put some crunch into your brunch with this crispy take on French toast. This truly is a breakfast of champions.

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