July 10, 2016

Unlike most 20 something’s, not many of us have the energy to battle it out in a club every Saturday night, especially after a grueling week at work. A Sunday brunch is the perfect way to sit back, relax and catch up with friends and family, especially when there are food and drinks involved. Some may even say that it is the new “Saturday night” of our generation.

Here are a few boozy Sunday brunch recipes for you to try:

1. Peach and Bourbon Pancakes

Too pretty to eat, these ‘perfect for brunch’ pancakes are a soft pillow-y invitation to dig in. Peaches and cream combination mixed with your daily serving of fruits, grains and a little shot of whiskey… need we say more? Get the full recipe at here.

sunday brunch

Courtesy : Broma Bakery

2. Banana Coconut Bread with Rum

A good ‘melt-in-your-mouth’ banana coconut bread is always a crowd pleaser. It works well for when you’re pressed for time since it can be prepared and stored in advance. Get the recipe here.

sunday brunch

Courtesy: redbook

3. Drunk French Toast

The name says it all; drunk on flavor, this French toast will awaken your taste buds like nothing else. What more can one want for a great Sunday brunch? Rich and decadent with a blackberry rum sauce, this French toast is going to be the highlight of your Sunday brunch. Get the recipe here.

sunday brunch

Courtesy: Life as a strawberry

4. Mini Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Donuts

Donuts are always a great idea for that extra sugar rush. A party in the mouth, these doughnuts are topped with chocolate icing and sprinkled with crunchy pecan. Easy to make and delicious to eat, your guests are sure to devour them as soon as you put a plate of these on the table.  Get the recipe here.

Sunday brunch

Courtesy: redbookmag

5. Whiskey Maple Syrup

This whiskey maple syrup will make you the most sought after person at the brunch when your friends nag you to tell them the secret to your delicious homemade maple syrup. Get the recipe here.

Sunday brunch

Courtesy: Life as a strawberry