A study of 2,000 adults found 46 per cent of those who have tucked into the mid-morning meal claim it is their favourite meal of the day – with pancakes, poached eggs and French toast also making the list.
Nearly half (49 per cent) can’t imagine not going for brunch on a weekend, with 21 per cent preferring to do this rather than have a night out with friends.
However, with 56 per cent saying they are now eating brunch at home more often to avoid the cost of dining out, Brits are looking for ways to elevate their own versions.
It also emerged that although 31 per cent cite lack of inspiration as their biggest barrier, 41 per cent are trying to eat more plant-based food this Veganuary.
The research was commissioned by plant-based frozen food brand, Strong Roots, which partnered with cook and 2021 Great British Bake Off finalist, Crystelle Pereira, to create three delicious veggie and plant-based brunch recipes to make at home this month.
The quick and simple recipes include her five-ingredient Cauliflower Hash Brown Sandwich, Miso Mushrooms on Crispy Sweet Potato Hash Brown ‘Toast’ and ‘Vegan Breakfast Tacos’.
Samuel Dennigan at Strong Roots, said: “Move over Sunday lunch, the nation has spoken and brunch is leading the way as our favourite meal of the weekend.
“We’re thrilled to see the nation is looking for more veggie meal inspiration.
“With more of us eating brunch at home, Crystelle’s three brunch recipes are a must try, especially for those taking part in Veganuary.”
Half of adults think brunch should take 25 minutes to prepare with six in 10 agreeing they’d eat it at home more often if it took less time to prepare.
Although, of those who brunch, 50 per cent prefer using quick and easy recipes with 43 per cent often choosing something that requires

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