All the Recipes You Need for a Royal Wedding Viewing Party

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will say "I do" on Saturday, May 19—be sure to have snacks ready

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BACON & BLUE CHEESE BISCUITS

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Hector Sanchez

Ultra-savory AND ultra-buttery, these biscuits are the perfect comfort food during a sure-to-be emotional ceremony.

Get the recipe HERE.

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APPLE RHUBARB SCONES

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Greg DuPree

Stuffed with Granny Smith slices, whipped cream and brown sugar, English chef Robert Irvine's scones are a sweet way to wake you up at 4 a.m.

Get the recipe HERE.

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EGGS BENEDICT

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Greg DuPree

If you're feeling extra fancy, Gordon Ramsay takes a traditional approach to this brunch classic, complete with the most silky-smooth hollandaise you ever did see.

Get the recipe HERE.

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BLUEBERRY STREUSEL COFFEE CAKES

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Joseph De Leo

Grab your coffee and one of these little cakes from RHONJ's Kathy Wakile to get into the royal spirit.

Get the recipe HERE.

05 of 10

RASPBERRY SPRITZER

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Joseph De Leo

Cheers the newlyweds with a vodka and champagne cocktail from Guy Pelly, London nightclub owner — and friend of Prince William.

Get the recipe HERE.

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PIMM'S CUP

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Greg DuPree

While it might be early for a cocktail, an exception can be made for one of the biggest events of the year. This refreshing citrusy-sweet creation from Anthony Davies, head of catering at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, will help you wake up—then go back down for a nap.

Get the recipe HERE.

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ARTICHOKE, SPINACH AND FETA FRITTATA

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Greg Dupree

Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be saying "I do" in the early hours of the morning for American viewers, this recipe from chef Daniel Holzman is perfect to wake up to after prepping the night before.

Get the recipe HERE.

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BUTTERMILK POUND CAKE WITH ROASTED STRAWBERRIES

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A royal event is as good as any reason to eat cake for breakfast.

Get the recipe HERE.

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APPLE & TOASTED OAT MUFFINS

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Jen Causey

These delicious treats from cookbook author Julia Turshen can be made up to four days in advance. Split and toast them under the broiler to refresh them in the morning.

Get the recipe HERE.

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STRAWBERRIES & CREAM PARFAIT

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Greg DuPree

Eat like a queen with this stunning, classic British treat.

Get the recipe HERE.

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