The fresh flavors and zippy spices of Mexican food make any meal a party, and breakfast and brunch are no exceptions. Try these morning Mexican recipes for a breakfast or brunch fiesta any day of the week.
A meal-in-itself, this recipe calls for eggs, vegetables, and tortillas. It's versatile enough for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
This rich yeast bread, pan de muerto, is served to honor the dead on Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration. The round loaves are decorated with dough in the shapes of skulls and crossbones, and sprinkled with sugar. Families visit the graves and feast together remembering happy times and reaffirming life after death.
Cumin, garlic, and chili powder add a little kick to this egg and potato casserole. It's delicious for a brunch or a light dinner.
Prefer savory breakfasts to sweet? This grab-and-go roasted vegetable and egg wrap is the ideal way to start any weekday.
A spicy and sweet black bean and pineapple salsa tops savory pancakes for a Mexican meal fit for brunch or dinner. Pieces of ham add salty, meaty flavor to each tasty cornmeal cake.
This breakfast recipe, loaded with eggs, beans, salsa, and cheese, is hearty enough to serve for dinner.
Instead of taking the kids out for a fast food breakfast, whip up these scrambled egg-and-sausage quesadillas. They can be ready in 30 minutes.
For your next brunch buffet, plan the menu around these cheesy egg-and-corn-filled tortillas.
Why grab a fast food sandwich or wrap when you can make this filling egg tortilla in about 20 minutes?
Top this Mexican-flavored quiche with fresh salsa, sour cream or a sprinkle of green onion to complete the flavorful brunch dish.
The poblano chiles and cotija cheese in this rich and creamy Mexican-style casserole earn a gold star for authenticity. If you cannot locate them in your neighborhood supermarket, look for poblanos (a dark green chile that resembles green peppers) and cotija (a salty white cheese) in any Hispanic grocery store.
Surprise and delight family with this unusual brunch dish recipe of chili-seasoned scrambled eggs with cactus pads from the prickly pear cactus. Look for nopales (cactus pads or leaves) in the produce section of large supermarkets or specialty food stores.
To lower the sodium in this cheesy, make-ahead breakfast dish, use ground turkey instead of breakfast sausage and add an herb such as thyme or oregano.
Slices of soft avocado add loads of nutrients and the green color to this southern breakfast staple. Adults and kids in the family will love it.