If you’re a regular reader of my blog, then you know that I absolutely love cooking and creating recipes, especially now in our new home and kitchen. I’ve made several recipes with Truvia® sweetener products, from dinner recipes to baked goods, even delicious drinks and cocktails!
What I love so much about using Truvia® is that their products are sweetened with stevia leaf extract, which helps reduce the amount of sugar in the recipes that my family and I love.
Finding an easy recipe to make for a special occasion such as Valentine’s Day can be a tough task. A breakfast casserole is a great option, because it serves plenty of people and is so easy to make! I like to prep things on Sunday morning so they’re ready for the week! Furthermore, perfect the breakfast does exist and it’s this french toast recipe and drink recipe for your next brunch menu!
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I made both of these recipes with Truvia ® Sweet Complete® Granulated All-Purpose Sweetener and I love it because it has zero calories per serving and sweetens and measures cup-for-cup to sugar, so it’s easy to substitute in any recipe. Moreover, something about this recipe tastes like Christmas morning! It’s one of my favorite brunch recipes and you can totally sub out your milk and bread options for any dietary restrictions for this sweet dish. For example, swap out white bread for a gluten free option or use almond milk instead of dairy. It’s great because there isn’t really added sugar, since we are swapping it out for Truvia. The entire family will be begging for this as a weekend brunch each week!
I hope you’ll watch my video and give both of these sweet brunch recipes a try. They’re delicious and so easy to make and I think you’ll enjoy their flavors. Cheers to your next brunch!
Creme Brûlée French Toast Recipe
– ¾ cups Truvia® Sweet Complete® Granulated All-Purpose Sweetener
-1 c. milk
-1/2 c. heavy cream
-1 tsp. vanilla
-1 tsp. cinnamon
-Pinch kosher salt
-1 stick melted butter
-1/4 c. maple syrup
-1 loaf bread, sliced 1” thick
–Truvia® Sweet Complete® Confectioners Sweetener
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Whisk together melted butter, Truvia® Sweet Complete® Granulated Sweetener and maple syrup. Pour mixture into a large, tall baking dish and spread an even layer using a spatula. Arrange bread on top in a single layer. In another bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, cream, vanilla, cinnamon, and salt. Pour mixture over bread. Bake for about 25 minutes, or until the butter-sweetener mixture is bubbling in the bottom of the pan. Sift Truvia® Sweet Complete® Confectioners Sweetener on top if desired. Enjoy your delicious breakfast!
Peach & Strawberry Sangria Recipe
-1/3 cup Truvia® Sweet Complete® Granulated All-Purpose Sweetener
-2 cups sliced fresh strawberries
-1 cup sliced peaches
-1 bottle Rosé
-1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc
-1 cup chilled club soda or sparkling water
-10 basil leaves
Dice the strawberries and peaches into small pieces. In a large pitcher, combine your Truvia® Sweet Complete® Granulated Sweetener, Rosé and Sauvignon Blac. Stir in basil leaves. Leave out the sparkling water until ready to serve. Drink is best when left overnight in a refrigerator. Once ready to serve, add in the sparkling water. Brunch cocktails are an absolute must! If you want to add a dash of fruit juice for a little bit of an extra tang, feel free to. Now enjoy!
This post was originally published June 15th, 2021*
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15 thoughts on “Sweet Brunch Recipes You’ll Love”
This sounds like a sweetener for my baking. I don’t like my kids to eat too much sugar.
They use stevia leaf extract to sweeten 🙂
This is how brunch should be! The creme brulee french toast looks so mouth watering! I saved the recipe and I will be treating myself to this heavenly dish.
So happy to hear this! I hope you enjoy!
I love adding fruits to my drinks. Great call to add a little sweetness as well.
Yes, the perfect amount of sweetness!
This looks amazing. I love brunch time. French Toast is one of my favorite breakfast items. I will have to give your recipe a try.
Brunch is the best! Enjoy!!
What a perfect summer brunch! That sangria looks gorgeous.
It was so good!
If this is “Brulee” French toast, why isn’t sugar caramelized on top like a Brulee should be…
It’s not an actual brûlée – its just the flavors 😉
So glad you enjoyed it!
Is that sweet bread or basic white?