This easy breakfast board with pancakes, eggs and fresh fruit is the best, fuss-free breakfast idea! Assemble a beautiful yet casual board for feeding a hungry crowd – and everyone will be happy! Feel free to use whatever ingredients you like (many ideas in the post). A breakfast charcuterie is always a big hit!
Make Your Own Breakfast Board
Ah, you big, cozy platter full of breakfast goodness. ❤️ How you have my heart!
Are you needing a family breakfast idea for holiday mornings? Or, wanna wow a houseful of hungry girlfriends for brunch? This make-it-your-own Breakfast Board is perfect for you. You won’t find a better breakfast or brunch idea, with such easy-to-find ingredients, amazing color, and delicious flavors. Fancy pants, without the fuss!
Wanna cut your time even more? Oven bake your bacon and sausage on a sheet pan. Boil your eggs the night before. Buy prepared pancakes, waffles, or pastries – you will be going right from box to board in less than 10 minutes!
Never made a breakfast charcuterie board? Don’t worry. This may look complicated, but it is an easy and foolproof board for beginners.
Let’s inspire you with ideas for your breakfast board!
Ready to Make Your Own Breakfast Board?
Let’s talk ingredient options!
For produce: I used strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, fresh avocado, and green grapes here. Blackberries, bananas, kiwi, mango, oranges, apples, and balled melon would be great options, too!
For meats: Our favorites are breakfast sausage and crispy thick-cut bacon. Try sliced ham or turkey bacon to change it up.
For serving: Serving pancakes or waffles? Add pure maple syrup, softened butter, or a sifter of powdered sugar on the side. Hosting brunch? Add juices and coffee, and a leafy green salad to the table. Remember to set out lots of plates and serving utensils!
Keep reading for full ingredient list + instructions, below
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How did you make this?
I picked a large circular board – this round one is about 15 inches across. Any large board or sheet pan will do! I added the largest food first, which was the pancakes, and then arranged smaller items – fruits, sausages, bacon – around it. Scatter foods around, don’t just lump all of them into one side. This makes it extra gorgeous and colorful. This board is really easy to prepare! It helps greatly to have an inspiration image to go off of, when you’re assembling. Get creative and make your board special to you and your guests!
For making ahead:
I recommend arranging the fruit on this board no more than 1 day ahead. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap, leaving out the cooked items such as pancakes, bacon and eggs, as these will go soggy if refrigerated overnight. Right before serving, add your cooked items to the board.
- Here are a bunch of ideas for your breakfast board!
- Green or red grapes
- Breakfast sausage
- Crispy thick cut bacon
- Sliced ham
- Turkey bacon
- Buttermilk pancakes
- Cinnamon rolls
- Donut holes
- Mini muffins
- Hardboiled eggs
- Mini frittatas or quiches
- Deviled eggs
- Pure maple syrup
- Softened butter
- Sifted powdered sugar
- Prepare a large serving board. [Board pictured is round and about 15" across, but you can use any shape and size large board.]
- Choose your ingredients and prepare cooked foods (pancakes, bacon, eggs, etc.), if using. Get creative with the ingredients listed!
- Arrange foods in your desired pattern, scattering all ingredients across the board. It helps to reference a photo, at the same time you are doing this.
- Cover and set aside, until ready to serve.
I would recommend making this breakfast board on the same day you are serving. You can lay out the fruits ahead of time, however, the cooked items should be prepared just before serving.
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