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Make Easter morning extra-special with these chocolate-infused banana pancakes. A topping of fresh red raspberries add some color (and more fruity flavor) to this traditional breakfast favorite.
Brunch classics, such as homemade hash browns, smoky bacon, and fluffy eggs, come together for a hearty quiche masterpiece. The best part? Each serving is less than 350 calories.
Rethink a breakfast classic with help from rich melted chocolate in the batter. Each fluffy waffle is drizzled with our decadent coffee liqueur-laced syrup for an irresistible Easter brunch treat.
Go ahead and pour on that Hollandaise sauce -- this so-easy recipe boasts a lighter version that pairs perfectly with delicately poached eggs and Canadian-style bacon. Layer onto toasted English muffins or halved ciabatta slices before serving to your Easter brunch crowd.
Think poached eggs are above your skill level? Watch this video for an easy, gimmick-free method that will have you poaching eggs in no time.
Add delicious crunch to your brunch with this fun twist on French toast. Thick challah bread is topped with cornflakes, then dipped in an orange liqueur-egg mixture for a breakfast treat your Easter crowd will love.
Vanilla bean, Greek yogurt, and a splash of honey come together in a sweet, low-cal polenta that fits into any Easter brunch menu. Add a spoonful of apricot preserves to each bowl for a touch of fruit flavor.
Bring gorgeous color to your Easter brunch table with simply delicious breakfast parfaits. A fat-free cream cheese spread blends with vanilla yogurt, honey, and cinnamon for an extra-creamy custard that layers beautifully with summery fruits and granola. Serve in clear glasses for picture-perfect presentation.
It takes just six easy ingredients to make irresistibly gooey pull-apart bread that's overflowing with caramel-cinnamon goodness. Our shortcut secret? We use refrigerated buttermilk biscuits to make the dough.
Prosciutto, eggs, asparagus, and a layer of spring veggies pack a ton of flavor into this so-easy savory brunch tart. Frozen puff pastry dough forms the airy crust, while pantry staples, such as garlic and honey, add the perfect flavor.
We've updated deviled eggs with delicious new add-ins, such as sharp cheddar cheese and smoky bacon. With green onions and extra bacon on top, these beauties are sure to fly off the plate.
Classic breakfast pancakes get a fruity twist in this recipe; the spiced chai syrup -- made with chai tea bags, dark brown sugar, and peach juice -- is a zippy substitute for regular maple. Top with chopped peaches for a delicious special-occasion short stack.
Melted chocolate folded into part of the batter for this banana bread adds a sweet pop of flavor. At the table, serve with chocolate-hazelnut spread for a yummy Easter brunch treat.
These crumbly pastry wedges are always a crowd-pleaser at breakfast or brunch; for a different flavor, you can substitute snipped dried cherries, dried currants, or dried raisins.
Layers of crispy bacon, asparagus, and red peppers come together with eggs, Swiss cheese, bread cubes, and seasoning to make this flavorful strata. It can chill overnight, so cut the time it takes to make in half by prepping the dish the night before and baking it on Easter morning.
Spice up regular French toast with vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and sugar; top with sliced bananas and powdered sugar for an easy and delicious Easter breakfast.
Homemade doughnuts are a great addition to a special-occasion brunch table -- make the dough the night before and chill in the refrigerator to save prep time on Easter morning.
Sweet and sticky cinnamon rolls are always a hit with a crowd -- this recipe makes 16 servings, so you'll have enough to go around if you're hosting a large group for Easter brunch.
Ready in less than 30 minutes, this savory egg dish sports simple flavors with sweet and Yukon gold potatoes, red onion, garlic, and roasted pepper.
This thin, puffed pancake bakes in the oven for 20 minutes and is topped with a rum-infused brown sugar and banana sauce -- a deliciously easy spring breakfast treat!
This tasty dessert takes a turn as a breakfast coffee cake that is a perfect pastry for Easter brunch. Serve it warm, topped with yogurt and maraschino cherries.
Dried cherries, chopped persimmon, and orange spice tea are the secret ingredients in this breakfast bread pudding, which serves 12 and is ready in an hour.
Potatoes, leeks, ham, Swiss cheese, and eggs go into this simple breakfast bake that serves 6 -- perfect for a small Easter brunch.
Add a sweet touch to your brunch menu with these coconut-and-chocolate-topped waffles. Almonds add satisfying crunch. A spoonful of whipped cream makes the perfect finishing touch.
Ricotta cheese keeps this brunch staple nice and moist. Wheat germ adds a healthy twist to a classic topping of nutmeg, cinnamon, and brown sugar.