You don’t have to wait until the 23rd of this month to celebrate Thanksgiving. As we researched what to share with residents of our Kinsley Forest apartment community in Kansas City, MO, we stumbled across a few breakfast recipes that capture the delicious flavors of Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoy sinking your teeth into cranberry eggnog scones, breathing in the mouth-watering scent of pumpkin pancakes, and going crazy for sweet potato turkey hash. You can find these recipes and more in today’s blog post.
The first recipe that caught our eye is this one for Cranberry Eggnog Cornbread Scones. With more than 40 positive reviews, including one person that said, “These were a huge hit at a brunch I hosted,” there’s something that makes us want to indulge in these tasty-looking 30-minute treats. For this recipe, you’ll need the following ingredients: all-purpose flour, cornmeal, sugar, baking powder, salt, butter, cranberries, and eggnog. Enjoy!
It’s hard to think of breakfast without pancakes. This recipe for Chef John’s Pumpkin Pancakes has more than 200 positive ratings, and just reading the recipe, it’s easy to see why. With ingredients like cinnamon, lemon zest, and ginger, these pancakes are sure to be a great addition to anyone’s breakfast menu. Enjoy transforming a basic pancake recipe “into a delicious holiday breakfast simply by adding pumpkin and some fall spices!”
When it comes to Thanksgiving, turkey is usually on the dinner menu. We thought: “Why not add it to breakfast?” We’re happy to share this recipe for Sweet Potato Turkey Hash. With plenty of positive reviews, this one is worth adding to the menu.
The last recipe on our list is one for Pumpkin French Toast Bake. You’ll need eight eggs, vanilla extract, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, sugar, pumpkin puree, Texas toast thick-sliced bread, brown sugar, flour, and butter. With only 15 minutes of preparation time and 30 minutes to cook, this sounds like a winner in our books!
What are your favorite Thanksgiving-themed breakfast recipes? Share them in the comments below. Thanks for reading!