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This easy Easter brunch menu has something for everyone
Start your day with the perfect holiday meal.
This sweet-and-savory menu is the perfect way to get a delicious meal on the table without spending your entire Easter morning in the kitchen.
This delicious pull-apart bread uses a shortcut: two cans of refrigerated biscuit dough. Combine the dough with cinnamon, sugar, and add-ins like nuts or dried fruit for an amazingly soft and gooey breakfast treat that kids (and kids at heart) will love.
This sweet and smoky bacon is perfect for brunch because it has to cool completely before it’s served. That means you can make it in advance and have it ready to go when Easter brunch is served.
One of my go-to recipes for every holiday brunch, frittatas are easy to customize and are delicious both warm from the oven or at room temperature. They’re the perfect versatile holiday brunch item.
These simple oven-roasted potatoes can be flavored with your favorite herbs and spices. This recipe calls for chile powder, but fresh rosemary or thyme would be delicious as well.
You can’t celebrate Easter brunch without deviled eggs. This version is extra special thanks to smoked salmon, salty capers, and fresh dill.
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41 Easter Brunch Ideas That Are Easy and Elegant
Sheet pan pancakes, deviled eggs and quiches . need we say more?
If you're unsure what to serve this year, look no further than these classic Easter brunch ideas. From fluffy classic pancakes and healthy muffins to easy veggie quiche recipes and spring salads, these delicious dishes will satisfy everyone. Plus, many of these recipes are so easy to make that you can prepare them the night before or whip them up in just a few minutes on Easter morning. Want to really make it a party? Don't forget to mix a few fruity brunch cocktails for guests to sip while they eat.
Welcome spring to your table with this fancy French toast that features almond slices and citrus fruit.
The secret to these cheesy pockets? Refrigerated pie crust that you can buy at the grocery store.
Add a fluffy stack of homemade pancakes to the center of your Easter spread. They will be devoured, we promise.
Nothing says brunch like chilaquiles. Plus, this egg, cheese, nacho, and avocado recipe is way easier to make than it lets on.
Our favorite brunch recipes are the ones you can prepare the night before &mdash like this delicious, syrupy bake. Now, all you have to do on Easter morning is mix the mimosas.
This southern-style spread gives deviled eggs a major upgrade.
Dessert for breakfast? You can do it on Easter with this cheesecake-inspired brunch recipe.
Made with old-fashioned oats and whole wheat flour, these yummy muffins are actually pretty healthy (just don't tell the kids).
50 Best Easter Brunch Ideas for a Delicious, Memorable Meal
Whether it&rsquos first thing in the morning or after your Sunday service, the best thing about hosting a brunch party is that it can be a little bit of everything, from breakfast classics to lunchtime favorites&mdashespecially when it comes to Easter brunch ideas. For the Drummond family, Easter brunch happens a little later in the day&mdashafter the kids get Easter baskets (yes, they still get them) and participate in a traditional egg hunt. Here&rsquos how it goes down: &ldquoThe Saturday before Easter we buy every plastic egg we can find, and spend hours filling them with candy and stickers before we take them to the church for the big hunt,&rdquo Ree says. It&rsquos no surprise that after all the festivities, they're ready for a big Easter brunch. &ldquoWe come home for ham, potatoes, hot cross buns&mdashand store-bought chocolate bunnies for dessert!" Ahead, you&rsquoll find all these dishes and more easy Easter brunch recipes to create a beautiful spring celebration for your family.
Putting together a delicious brunch menu couldn&rsquot be easier. You can stick to all breakfast recipes (like French toast and eggs) or go for lunch dishes (like ham and potatoes) with some Easter sides. Best of all&mdashyou can mix them up and serve a little of each. The combination of sweet and savory is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Plus, many of these Easter brunch ideas can be made ahead, so you can spend more time making Easter baskets, dyeing eggs, and other Easter traditions. Now all you need is an Easter cocktail to turn this Sunday brunch into an Easter party. Don&rsquot forget to save room for some sweet Easter desserts!
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It may not be a common Easter tradition, but for those who love cured fish for brunch, there is nothing better than gravlax. It's shockingly easy to make from scratch as well—you just need to plan a few days ahead of time so it has time to cure in the fridge.
Side: Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus Bundles
Ring in spring by turning asparagus into a mouthwatering side. Nothing gets someone&aposs attention quite like bacon. Wrap strips of bacon around bundles of the stalks and roast. The asparagus will baste in the bacon fat as it cooks, creating a perfectly tender vegetable. Instead of Hollandaise sauce, serve this side dish with an easy-to-make zesty mayo-based sauce.
Make-Ahead Tip: Assemble the Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus Bundles and make the sauce the evening before your meal, covering each bundle separately and refrigerating. Bake this flavorful side right before brunch.
80 Best Easter Brunch Recipes Perfect for a Spring Celebration
These'll give you energy to get through the egg hunts.
Depending on the state of the pandemic, we may not be able to host the kinds of big holiday Easter dinner we might have wanted to this year, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate. While a more intimate dinner may be on the table for some, others may opt to celebrate the central spring holiday by rolling out a big, fabulous Easter brunch for the fam. If that sounds like just your speed, this list is for you. Put together this year's menu by using some of these delicious brunch ideas, guaranteed to leave everyone satisfied. These dishes range from breakfast to lunch ideas, so everyone's appetites and palates are considered. Some even fall in the Easter appetizers category, such as the radish toasts or classic deviled eggs for some pre-brunch snacking. No one will be disappointed by the range of sweet and savory recipes, from the carrot cake pancakes to the ham biscuit sandwiches.
There are also some great ideas for Easter cocktails, since every brunch gathering has to have a fizzy beverage to sip on. After all, what goes better with egg crepes or baked eggs than strawberry rosé punch? While this massive roundup might cover your meals for the day, be sure to include room for dessert (since every holiday has to have dessert). Check out some fantastic Easter cake ideas after for a perfect finish to your feast. Once you're done reading these best Easter brunch recipes, you'll be ready to get your menu started.
These ricotta pancakes are everything you want: light, fluffy, and extra rich tasting. Add a simple roasted maple strawberry-rhubarb compote topping and you've got an essential Spring recipe that couldn't be easier to make.
"These are so easy to make. The eggs come out with beautiful yolks. This is the only recipe I'll use from now on."
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This delicious twist on your traditional french toast is impressive in both presentation and taste! Nutty, banana flavors compliment the sweetness of this dish. Replace the powdered sugar and syrup with fresh fruit for a healthier alternative.
You can get all these ingredients and more at your local Albertsons Market. If you're looking at planning an Easter Lunch or Dinner as well, be sure to check out our Favorite Easter Recipes blog for some inspiration for this year's gathering.
Fresh and Light Brunch Menu
Serve this simple menu with coffee, tea and sparkling water
Cinnamon Rolls, Tea Cakes, Cookies as desired
Serve with fruit teas, juices, white wine spritzers and coffee
Fruit Danishes, Corn Muffins or Coffee Cake
Serve with mixed green salad, rolls, crackers
Melon wedges, orange slices, black grapes
Very Veggierunch Menu
It is unlikely that all of your guests will be vegetarian so compliment this all veggie brunch with an egg dish and Rum and Pineapple Glazed Ham or Easy Baked Citrus Chicken. Serve with coffee and sparkling cider.
Flatbreads, Pita Chips, Cheese Crackers
Prepared any style served with Salsa
Plentiful Champagne Brunch
This is aig buffet menu, but is light, pleasing and very easy to prepare. Perfect for a bridal shower brunch. Serve champagne before and during the meal.
Fruit Danishes, Muffins or Coffee Cake, Croissants or Biscuits
Sprinkle peeled orange slices with cinnamon and nutmeg
Grillades and Grits
Breakfast Meats of Your Choice
Ripe Tomato Slices with Lemon Juice and Fresh Basil
Vegetable and Cheese Platter with Breadsticks
Sweet and Easy
Also serve mineral water, champagne and coffee. Also consider:
Omelet Bar, Spinach Frittata
Luscious Louisiana Brunch
Shrimp and grits may seem like an odd pairing but is marvelous and very Southern. Try this well-seasoned version and I'm sure you will be a convert
Fresh Croissants - Butter - Jams Preserves - Apple Butter
Buttery Creole Shrimp and Cheese Grits
Sliced Tomatoes with Olive Oil and Fresh Basil
All Occasions Brunch
This satisfying menu is good for any occasion. Serve with fruit teas, champagne and white wine or white wine spritzers
Simple Green Salad with Cherry Tomatoes, Lemon and Olive Oil
Chocolate Walnut Biscotti
Sugar and Spice Brunch
Buttermilk Pancakes with Walnut Butter
Brunch Southern Style
An unusual combination of tastes, but the flavors will take you home. Add a pineapple and kiwi fruit salad for added sweetness
Oven Roasted Peanuts in the Shell
Barbecued Pork Tenderloin
Serve with soft breadsticks or rolls and thin radish and cucumber slices
Yogurt and Fresh Berries
Bacon and Eggs and Whole Wheat Toast and Butter
Flank Steak with Roasted Garlic and Rosemary
Light and Elegant Brunch
Start with cheese Danish and add a simple green salad. Serve with mineral water, champagne and coffee. Also consider Southwestern Scrambled Eggs and Orange Grape Salad
Hurry Up Easter Brunch
One year my annual Easter Brunch almost didn't happen because of a rushed scheduled. This is what I pulled out of the hat. I served with Mimosas, iced tea and coffee.
Croissants with Jams and Butter
Cheese and Ham Omelets
Pasta with Cheese to Serve with the Chicken
Toss cooked angel hair pasta with olive oil, lots of minced garlic, pinch of hot red pepper flakes, lots of softened butter and shredded Parmesan cheese. Keep in a low oven while other dishes are finishing and cheese is melted. I was amazed that this simple dish was the hit of the brunch!
Yogurt Parfaits with Granola and Fruit
Mix plain yogurt with a dash of vanilla or almond extract. Top with lemon curd, granola, cut fruit (such asਊny berry or peaches)ਊnd toasted almond slices.
Variations: Try flavored yogurt such as lemon, peach, vanilla or strawberry.
Use crumbled brown sugar, oatmeal or even chocolate chip cookies in place of the granola. Use a fruit jam or other types of nuts. Fruits are notਊt there best by Easter time, so I won't tell anyone if you use canned fruit. The combinations are deliciously endless and easy!
Happy Easter Brunch Menu
Because of a previous year's near debacle (meaning not up to persnickety standards), I took the time to plan this Easter brunch. It turned out pretty great.
Baked Egg Cups with Cheese , Scrambled Eggs or Made to Order Omelets
Top with a fresh tomato sauce and fresh basil
Salmon Cakes or Grilled Salmon Salad
Olives, Nuts, Pickled Onions, Hummus and Crackers
Thanksgiving or Christmas Brunch Menu
Mimosas - Juices - Coffee - Tea
Easter Brunch Recipes
The best thing about celebrating a holiday is spending time with people we love. The second best thing is the food – although, in this case, it’s a close second! Easter is the perfect occasion to enjoy your family and welcome spring with a delicious brunch.
Hosting a big Easter brunch is one of my favorite holiday traditions and something I look forward to every year. Whether we’re celebrating with friends, family or a mixture of both, we love to go all out with a big holiday spread.
This list of breakfast-turned-lunch recipe ideas does not disappoint. You literally could eat your way from breakfast to lunch to dessert without skipping a beat! From traditional breakfast foods to a creative spin on old favorites, there is something on this list that even your pickiest eaters will not be able to resist!