Read These Tips Before The Summer Brunch Craze Hits
Summer is almost here and that means more brunch! When the sun comes out, you just want to stretch out across some benches at a trendy brunch spot, sip on mimosas and share French toast and frittatas for hours. For some reason, warm weather just inspires long meals, and long meals inspire a lot of eating. If you want a bikini body and you want to attend weekly brunch with your friends, you’re in a bit of a pickle. Restaurants don’t exactly make a name for themselves by serving oatmeal and egg whites. Brunch menus are typically filled with butter, bread and bacon, and any recipe that might incorporate those. But that’s not what you’d be eating if you had breakfast at home. So before the summer brunch craze hits, read these tips.
Have a little breakfast
Brunch falls at a weird time—people usually suggest an 11 am seating. If you don’t eat breakfast, you’ll arrive starving and gorge on everything. Have a little breakfast (maybe some Greek yogurt with fruit or two eggs on whole grain toast) so you can have more control at brunch.