Enjoy a Sunday brunch to be remembered. These recipes should be at the top of everyone's list

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Who doesn't like a good brunch? On a Sunday afternoon, it can be relaxing and fun to have a special meal with friends or family. Many people go out for brunch, but you can also have an unforgettable brunch at home with the right recipes.
Brunch can be a bit indulgent, but what if you're looking out for your health? Fortunately, some good options are available to you. Are you or someone in your life on a low-carb diet? That's not a problem. In fact, there are many delicious dishes you can make for brunch that won't fill you up with carbohydrates. Here are some of the absolute best.
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Low-carb prosciutto-wrapped asparagus
Prosciutto is full of flavor, which makes it a brunch staple. If you're used to steamed asparagus, you might be expecting a certain bitter flavor. However, when you roast the vegetable, as in this recipe, it will highlight the asparagus' sweetness. Get the recipe here.
Low-carb chicken pesto tomato bites
Brunch can be a fun time for eating delicious, small bites of different foods. These chicken pesto tomato bites are perfect for that. You might even be tempted to eat several of them in one bite, given how flavorful they are. Get the recipe here.
Low-carb zucchini egg cups
This egg cup recipe may remind you of quiche. However, since these are low carb, you won't find any heavy bread crust involved. Instead, you cook the egg within a zucchini wrapping, keeping it healthy but also tasty. Get the recipe here.
Low-carb bacon-wrapped chicken bites
Low carb doesn't have to mean light and lean. You can have a hearty, robust dish that's still lacking in carbohydrates. Look no farther than this recipe for a tasty example. It's a simple dish too, consisting of just three ingredients. Get the recipe here.
Low-carb smoked salmon pinwheels
Doesn't this dish look beautiful? Well, it tastes just as good. But don't be daunted by making salmon pinwheels. If you follow the recipe, you'll be delighted with the results. Get the recipe here.
Low-carb bacon cranberry tartlets
Yes, there's a crust on these tartlets, but don't worry too much. The recipe calls for gluten-free almond flour that helps keep it low carb. The mix of cranberry, brie and thick-cut bacon makes it worth trying regardless. Get the recipe here.
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