Ultra comforting – the classic eggs benedict with a healthy twist. Pumpkin eggs benedict with homemade pumpkin hollandaise sauce that serves 1.
We realized making a delicious eggs benedict at home is much easier than we thought, especially when you can whip it up in minutes. And it makes enough for one! See how we made the classic version with a few healthy changes. We did not do the classic poached eggs because we wanted to make this recipe super easy and we find sunny side up eggs are easier to make than poached eggs. And our hollandaise sauce is not your standard recipe but with a Purely Twins twist.
Gluten-free, dairy-free pumpkin bacon eggs benedict with homemade pumpkin hollandaise sauce
Are you ready to make our newest favorite brunch recipe? Pumpkin bacon eggs benedict with a homemade dairy-free hollandaise sauce!!
Come join us in the our kitchen!
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We were inspired to make these eggs benedict because it is a favorite menu item for our mom and Gary. We’ve never been a huge fan… until now.
Seriously this recipe changed our thoughts on eggs benedict. We just might have to change our normal brunch menu favorite. And we love a good runny egg yolk!
We have always wanted to make our own version of a fun and healthy hollandaise sauce. And using pumpkin came to mind 🙂
Are you ready to make the easiest creamy pumpkin hollandaise sauce??
This hollandaise sauce is perfect all on it’s own. But we do admit it blends perfectly on top of pumpkin english muffins, bacon and a sunny side up egg. It’s heavenly!
A healthy, indulgent meal waiting for you to take a bite! You’ll be hooked. We were!
How to make gluten-free, dairy-free protein packed pumpkin bacon eggs benedict with homemade pumpkin hollandaise sauce
These pumpkin eggs benedict are a twist on the classic brunch favorite. This recipe will make your day spectacular.
Are you a sweet or savory brunch person? Veggie omelet or a big stack of pancakes?
We never turn down a good pancake but we do like a good savory breakfast too.
You can omit the bacon or use turkey bacon.
You can use almond butter to replace the coconut butter in the hollandaise sauce.
You can try using gelatin to replace with the hemp protein or arrowroot starch.
Gluten-free protein packed eggs benedict made with pumpkin hollandaise sauce and pumpkin english muffin
This pumpkin eggs benedict will become a new brunch or breakfast favorite. We promise. We are hooked!!
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Do you like eggs benedict? What is your favorite item to order for breakfast or brunch?
Are you still enjoying pumpkin or are you sick of it?
What have you been enjoying lately?