Indulging in a spread of sweet and savory dishes alike seems like the perfect way to spend a weekend morning. You’re patting yourself on the back for thinking of this revolutionary concept, until you arrive at the restaurant and it looks like everyone else in town had the same, brilliant idea.
Skip the growling stomach and torturous two-hour wait — make brunch at home instead.
Invite your friends over to make a party of it, and have fun personalizing dishes to your own tastes using the following appliances and tools. When your delicious waffles, omelets, and muffins are all done and ready, make sure to invite us over as well.
Named the best round waffle maker by our guides team, the Oster Belgian Waffle Maker produces large, fluffy waffles in minutes, and for a reasonable price.
A brunch without eggs Benedict is incomplete, but mastering poached eggs by hand can be tricky. Use these poach pods to ease the process.
Make the cooking process cleaner and more efficient with this pan. The silver dollar size is the perfect portion and leaves you with enough room to indulge in all the other brunch dishes on the table.
Fresh orange juice is a must at brunch time. This extractor is speedy, powerful, and well-priced for an entry-level juicer.
The secret to this panini press’ success is the hinged lid, which can handle thick sandwiches.
The broad surface and sturdy nylon of this spatula allow you to turn even the most delicate eggs.
Waste no time and slice up veggies quickly and safely with this slicer.
Make delicious, well-browned quiches, tarts, and pies that won’t stick to the pan.
Easy to use and clean, versatile, and efficient, this is one of KitchenAid’s most popular stand mixers — and it lives up to the hype.
Whether you’re serving up mimosas or iced coffee, this carafe’s spill-proof design will keep your tabletops clean and the brunch party going.
Cast iron skillet
This skillet has vegetable oil baked into it, so your cheesy hashes and baked pastries will release easily from the bottom.
Frittata and omelette pan
I’ve ruined countless omelets after attempting to flip them, but I have no excuse after using this pan. Fill both sides with your egg mixture, add your toppings on one side, then close the lid once the egg is mostly cooked.
Silicone muffin pan
Your muffins will slide easily out of this silicone pan, so you can spend more time eating and less time cleaning.
If you love watching the crepe-making process at a shop, now’s your chance to try it for yourself and get creative with different fillings at home. The griddle comes with the spreader and a recipe guide.
By Connie Chen