Sunday Brunch


Sunday Brunch

how to make strawberry french toast and veggie scrambled eggs


how to make veggie scrambled eggs


how to make strawberry french toast

I love brunch so much, you have no idea. But, I must limit going to Cafes because let’s face it, Brunch is EXPENSIVE AF. My Husband and I realized that brunch costs about $20 to $60. An order of Avocado Toast can be up to $15, an order of Egg’s Benedict for $16 and Orange Juice for $6. It’s ridiculous. So, I decided to study the art of Brunch and here’s the good news, it’s doable and very inexpensive option. What if I tell you, you can have a brunch at home for more than half the price you pay at a Café?  

I get that it looks so easy when all you have to do is order from the menu, sit down and wait for your order. You get what you pay for, of course. It’s hard to cook. I get it. But let’s get back to the point of this blog post. This is about saving some money. Trust me, you’ll thank me later for this.

Now let’s get cookin’

How to make Veggie Scrambled Eggs


Red Onions

Red Bellpper



2 Eggs

2 Tbsp of Vegetable Oil

1 pinch of salt and pepper for taste


In a medium bowl, beat 2 eggs, 1 pinch of salt and pepper.

Chop red bell peppers, mushroom and red onion in a small square size.

Pre-heat non stick skillet and add 2 tbsp of vegetable eggs.

In a medium heat, brown and saute chopped red bell peppers, mushroom and red onion.

Add eggs, stirring occasionally until eggs are thoroughly cooked. Add aragula and let sit for 1 minute.

Place in a plate and serve with toast or Avocado and sliced baby tomatoes

How to make Strawberry French Toast


Half and Half Milk

1 Egg


French Toast Bread



On a medium bowl, combine half and half milk and 1 egg. Whisk together

Slightly dip French Toast Bread’s both sides on the egg and milk mixture.

Slice 2-4 strawberries

Pre-heat non-stick skillet once and add 2 tbsp of butter.

Cook bread slices on lightly greased nonstick skillet on medium heat until browned on both sides.

Topped with sliced Strawberries

Sprinkle a tsp of powdered sugar.

Serve with Organic Maple Syrup.

Hope you like this post! What’s your favorite brunch on the menu? Would you like to see more recipe from me?

Yours Truly,

Zipporah B.