What I'm Loving | Brunch Edition

April is National Brunch Month and the best way to celebrate is with a brunch party! But what makes the perfect brunch party? Good company, delicious food, and beautiful decor are really the only things you need. Keep reading to see what my fave brunch foods and decor are.


Good Culture Whole Milk Classic Cottage Cheese
Cottage cheese is one of my favorite foods to add to either a sweet or savory breakfast that's full of protein from mature raised cows. I love Good Culture's cottage cheese and recently had their founder, Jesse Merrill, on the Live Purely Podcast.

Erin McKenna's Vegan & Gluten-Free Cinnamon Crumb Cake
Instead of making dessert, Erin McKenna has some delicious gluten-free, vegan brunch favorites like this cinnamon crumb cake. It's perfect for all the different dietary needs of your guests.

Purely Elizabeth Original Ancient Grain Granola
Our salty sweet crunchy clusters are the perfect addition to your brunch. They can be used in a recipe like this Cinnamon Crunch French Toast Bake or you can create a Granola Bar to top on toast or to have your guests make their own parfaits.


Terrain Tulip Magnolia Branches
Love these spring branches for the centerpiece of a brunch table. They bring a nice pop of spring color into the mix. 

Style Me Raffia Placemat
These placemats bring the perfect laid back brunch vibe to your table setting. 

Anthropologie Abi Dinner Plates
I'm loving the pop of blue these plates bring. It would be perfect for a garden brunch, but even if you can't do that, it brings the garden vibes.

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