What’s New, 03/23/21

Spring is here! We’re kicking it off with new recipes that will impress at any holiday brunch. Prosciutto Egg Cups, Roasted Strawberry Jam, and Easy Buttermilk Biscuits are just the lineup you need to welcome the new season. The best part? These recipes are also simple enough to pull off on weekday mornings. Keep reading to get the details, and check back every Tuesday for more Brava updates.

New Recipes: Every week we share new recipes straight to your Brava and Brava App. Favorite these items or use the paper airplane icon to send them directly to your Brava.

  • Prosciutto Egg Cups: This recipe is here to make your brunch game easier and tastier than ever before. To make, place slices of prosciutto in the Egg Tray, crack eggs into the prosciutto, season, and press the green button. Simple as that. Serve with chopped fresh herbs or your favorite hot sauce.
  • Roasted Strawberry Jam: This Brava Roasted Strawberry Jam recipe comes together in less than twenty minutes, no special equipment required. Toss strawberries with sugar, lemon zest and juice, and roast on the Brava Glass Tray. When done, swirl jam on yogurt, toast, ice cream, or biscuits. It’s even delicious in a cocktail!
  • Easy Buttermilk Biscuits: Chef Erin developed an Easy Buttermilk Biscuit recipe that comes together quickly on the Metal Tray. This recipe was inspired by a friend’s great-grandmother from Booneville, Mississippi, who has always made this recipe by hand in a matter of minutes. Enjoy warm, freshly baked biscuits with butter, jam, or honey.


  • Ask Us Anything: Chef Andrew and Shyam, two members of the team at Brava, went live for an “Ask Us Anything” event. Our customers chimed in live, and we provided detailed responses to your burning questions.

Changes: We also sent out another weekly update to everyone’s Bravas. Here are the changes:

New Ingredients:

Show off all your latest cooks by posting to Brava Home’s Facebook Community or sharing on Brava Home’s Instagram using the hashtag #BravaLife.

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