5 Special Weekend Breakfast Recipes

When you've got extra time to slow down, we've got you covered with five of our favorite special weekend breakfast recipes! Pair with a glass of real milk, and your day is off to a strong start!

This post is written in partnership with Milk. Love What's Real.

Warm, cozy breakfasts aren't something we pull off every morning, and that, my friends, is yet another reason why we live for the weekend!

Saturday rolls around and we're trading in our cold cereal and toast on the run for a stack of fluffy pancakes or a slice of quiche fresh out of the oven. And of course, real milk is the perfect companion to all of our weekend morning favorites.

So get ready to bookmark a few new recipes (hello, homemade crêpes) and grab a gallon of real milk on the way home. Then, special weekend breakfast awaits.

  • How To Make French Crêpes

    How To make Crepes
    Sally Vargas

    While they seem fancy, french crêpes are actually a cinch to pull off! But you can make them special by laying out a variety of fillings (may we suggest fresh berries and whipped cream?) to really kick off the weekend right!

  • Quiche Lorraine

    Elise Bauer

    A classic for a reason, we love this recipe for its reliance on simple ingredients: eggs, milk, cheese and bacon. What more do you need to celebrate the end to the work week?

  • Buckwheat Pancakes

    Buckwheat Pancakes
    Elise Bauer

    Naturally gluten free, fluffy pancakes are the perfect excuse for a cozy morning indoors. We love the earthy flavor paired with maple syrup and, of course, a glass of real milk!

  • Easy Buttermilk Waffles

    Easy waffle recipe served on a round plate with maple syrup
    Emma Christensen

    Light and crispy waffles on the outside, and tender in the middle. These waffles don't require a mixer, and can even be made in large batches and frozen for busy weekday mornings.

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  • Apple Coffee Cake

    Apple Coffee Cake
    Elise Bauer

    A simple one layer cake with an addictive streusel topping, this recipe is a year-round favorite: just swap out the apples for whatever fruit is in season!