How to make your very own bottomless brunch at home

Pop the fizz, it's time to stay in!

How to make bottomless brunch at home

by Jade Moscrop |

Ah, brunch. One of the most exciting and satisfying meals of the day. But when you make it bottomless? Ooh girl, it's time to party.

While social events are off the radar right now, it doesn't mean you can't partake in your favourite past time, it just means you need to get creative.

If you're celebrating a loved one's birthday, organising a social distancing event or just want to treat yourself to a fun afternoon, there are ways you can do a bottomless brunch at home.

What you'll need:

Usually, brunch consists of delicious foods like pancakes, waffles or French toast, as well as a boat load of mimosas. But those aren't the only options. You could make scrambled eggs and bacon, create your own hashbrowns, some loaded omelettes, fruit salads or just grab a selection of croissants and cinnamon swirls from the supermarket.

You can decide for yourself on the food you'd like to make (and we've got lots of ideas for you below), but the main things you'll need are Champagne (cough, Prosecco) and orange juice.

Don't fancy mimosas? Switch it up with Aperol Spritz or even hard seltzers, which are the latest drinks fad to come across the pond from the US.

Here's everything you need to make your at home bottomless brunch a success.

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