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Honey, I Shrunk the Brunch Recipes!

Cute little bites and canapes aren't just for cocktail parties—they're also perfect for brunch! Here are the recipes you need to mingle with mimosas in hand.

Silver Dollar Oat Pancakes

Regular batter gets a boost from quick-cooking oats and cinnamon apple sauce. To make these teacup-tiny, use two tablespoons of batter for each cake.

Mini Sausage Bundles

Turkey sausage wrapped in flaky phyllo dough make for a more special take on the classic pig-in-a-blanket appetizer.

Sunrise Mini Pizzas

Let guests top these personal pizzas with breakfast favorites like eggs, bacon, and cheese.

Mini Sweet Potato Muffins

These ginger-flavored, streusel-topped sweet muffins are particularly addictive.

Mini Sausage Quiches

These quiches use store-bought crescent dough, so you can make them quickly.

Cinnamon Breakfast Bites

No frying required: these doughnut-style treats are baked, but still taste decadent.

Cherry Granola French Toast Sticks

The secret mix in this homemade syrup includes dried cherries, crunchy granola, and bananas.

Mini Spinach Frittatas

Pepperoni slices help these egg-and-spinach-filled cups keep their shape.

Poppyseed Mini Muffins

Poppyseeds are the star here, but hints of lemon and vanilla make these bites more cake than breakfast.

Hash Brown Nests

This bite is all about the layers: start with frozen hash browns, then top with egg and savory mushrooms.

Sausage Cheese Puffs

If you have sausage, cheese, and biscuit mix on hand, these cheesy, spicy biscuits come together in no time.

Classic French Toast Sticks

Good for a crowd, this dish can be made ahead of time, frozen, and then reheated just before guests arrive.

Breakfast Biscuit Cups

Bake all of your favorite brunch foods into one muffin—sausage, egg, cheese, and hash browns!—and you’ll get a great, one-hand brunch treat.

Personal Brunch Casseroles

Any breakfast casserole becomes more special when it’s baked in individual dishes.

Banana-Walnut Mini Loaves

Make enough so you can serve guests their own sweet little loaves.

Originally Published in Reader's Digest