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How to Plan a Boozy Brunch at Home

Making breakfast in the morning for your significant other is always a thoughtful gesture, but why not really impress them and make a booze-infused brunch?

When I think of a boozy brunch, mimosas and Bloody Mary's usually come to mind, but it's easy to surprise your sweetheart with a few of these creative recipes.  You don't need to be a top-chef in the kitchen to really impress your guy or gal with the meal you put together.

With a little effort on your end, it's easy to roll out of bed and whip up this easy boozy brunch. Check out all of our menu ideas below!


French toast is an easy dish to cook up in the kitchen any day. Add a few splashes of red wine to the mix to turn this breakfast staple into a subtle wine-infused meal.

It takes no extra effort at all to pull this recipe together and your date will be wowed by your Red Wine French Toast and your skills in the kitchen! If you're a bit more skilled in the kitchen, try our French Toast Casserole dish with a praline topping to really impress.


When it comes to drinks, you can easily serve up the usual Bloody Mary, but why not opt for something a bit different. Make this Sunny Mary cocktail by blending the usual suspects and instead of using tomato juice, add pureed yellow tomatoes for a refreshing twist.

If your date would prefer something sweeter, try this Velvety Vanilla Pear cocktail. Easily mix up this recipe with fresh pear nectar, vodka and vanilla bean and serve it in a mason jar for a creative touch.


If you're looking for a sweet finale to your brunch, there are a few boozy options like Blackberry Crumbs Bars with Black Haus Blackberry Schnapps or one of our favorites, Margarita Fruit Dip . Cut up some of your favorite fruits and serve them with this extremely easy dip. It happens to be tequila free, but the addition of liquid margarita mix gives it that tangy flavor, so you're guest will never know!

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Jennifer Geddes
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Jennifer Kelly Geddes has hosted Christmas cookie swaps, New Year's open houses, Thanksgiving for 22, and all manner of dinner parties in her Manhattan and Ghent, NY homes.

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