Step Up Your Brunch Game With These 8 Dishes
Last week I teamed up with 7 other food bloggers to bring you 8 delicious and gorgeous brunch options. From Mixed Berry Babka to Poached Egg Baguette, this round up has something for everyone! Scroll to the bottom to check out all the dishes.
Let's kick things off with my contribution, Sweet Potato Bacon Egg Breakfast Tart!
Sweet Potato Bacon Egg Tart
1 sheet store bought puff pastry
1 5.2 oz package Boursin cheese
1/4 cup ricotta (I like to use whole milk ricotta)
1 small sweet potato
3 tablespoons melted butter
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon rubbed sage
1/4 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese
3 pieces of cooked bacon
Maldon sea salt to finish
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Peel the sweet potato and slice as thinly as possible, I like to use a mandolin but highly recommend a cut resistant glove
In a medium bowl toss the sweet potato slices in the butter, salt, sage and pepper
In a small bowl, mix the Boursin cheese and ricotta cheese
On parchment paper, unfold the puff pastry and gently roll out the creases
Leaving a 1 inch border, dot the pastry with a fork (see video), transfer the parchment paper onto a baking sheet
Spread the cheese mixture over the dotted are of the pastry in an even layer (you may have leftover cheese, its great on crackers!)
Arrange the sweet potato slices in an overlapping manner on top of the cheese mixture
Bake at 400 for 15 minutes (if your sweet potato slices are thicker, back for 20 minutes)
Crack the eggs on top of the tart, sprinkle salt and pepper
Return to the oven for 16-18 minutes or until the eggs are set
Grate parmesan cheese overtop
Sprinkle crumbled bacon and add avocado slices
Finish with maldon sea salt
Slice and enjoy!
*If using frozen puff pastry, place it in the refrigerator to thaw at least 2 hours before up to the night before.
*I like to use the oven method for cooking bacon, lay out your bacon on a foil lined baking sheet, place in a COLD oven and turn on to 375 degrees, rotate sheets around 20 minutes, this method will take 25-30 minutes depending on how thick your bacon is and how fast your oven preheats. Keep a close eye on it to achieve your desired crispiness.
Now let's pour a mimosa and see what the other ladies came up with!
Challah French Toast
Krista from Desocio In the Kitchen
Poached Egg Baguette
Sally from Table and Dish
Mixed Berry Babka
Kellie from Champagne & a Sippy Cup
Sausage Brioche Bake
Sara from White Kitchen Red Wine
Elle from Tiny Spirits Kitchen
Citrus Crepes with Ashta Cream
Mai from Almond & Fig
Apple Chai Sourdough Scones
Jessie from Straight To The Hips, Baby