Eggs Benedict seems like a fancy, complicated dish to pull off, but it’s really just a plate of saucy eggs, ham, and toast. All of the elements can be made ahead, kept warm, and put together when you’re ready to serve, including a quick version of hollandaise sauce made in a blender. For a decadent breakfast, serve two Bennies per person; or just serve one with some potatoes and a fruit salad on the side. We recommend serving with a Bloody Mary for the ultimate homemade brunch.
This recipe was featured as part of our 4 Takes on Eggs Benedict for Mother’s Day Brunch.
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