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Turn to our collection of delectable dishes while crafting your Easter brunch menu -- we've got recipes whether you're serving a small group or a big crowd. Our go-to brunch recipes include tasty quiche, fun French toast, and stacks of irresistible pancakes (just to name a few!). Each of our scrumptious Easter brunch recipes is perfect for kicking off the springtime holiday.
If you're looking for an excuse to eat dessert for breakfast, a traditional French clafouti is just the ticket. Beautiful fresh fruit is always a hit for Easter brunch -- simply sprinkle a dusting of powdered sugar and shredded fresh basil on top of the flan-like breakfast recipe before serving.
Add a little sunshine to your Easter brunch with a bright and cheery twist on the classic egg sandwich courtesy of sun-shape cookie cutters. Not only does the easy breakfast recipe come together in just 20 minutes, but all your Easter guests (kids and adults alike!) will love the fun and tasty toast.
Traditional bruschetta is always a treat, but wait until you try our fresh berry version. Mounds of strawberries and blackberries sit atop a homemade cream cheese spread in this creative Easter brunch recipe.
The easiest way to feed your Easter crowd? Give 'em a mini brunch all-in-one with our breakfast recipe that features salty ham, protein-packed eggs, and yummy veggies made in a muffin tin.
Just 20 minutes of prep is all you need to make homemade granola that will last for days. Simply make the crunchy granola in your slow cooker at night, and enjoy the breakfast recipe the next morning -- and the mornings after that!
Whip up a batch of warm, melt-in-your-mouth berry muffins for your Easter brunch. They're studded with a smorgasboard of fresh and dried berries, including blueberries, raspberries, and tart cherries.
Eggs Benedict is a classic Easter brunch recipe, and with our breakfast casserole version, you can feed your whole crowd at once! Your breakfast guests will love feeling spoiled by the indulgent recipe; you'll love how it takes less than a half-hour to bake and can be prepped the day before.
Serve up a hearty omelet for your Easter brunch menu -- not only is our recipe absolutely delicious, but it's full of healthy ingredients, such as egg whites, veggies, and smoked salmon. Fill out the rest of the plate with a serving of fresh and juicy fruit.
Add a savory breakfast casserole to your Easter brunch menu for a crowd-pleasing recipe everyone will love. We've added in-season asparagus to the ham-and-cheese strata for a little extra Easter flair.
Amp up our classic quiches with a few special add-ins, such as ham, Swiss cheese, and green onions. Before serving the miniature Easter bites, add a swirl of Sriracha on top of each for extra spice.
Layers of crispy bacon, asparagus, and red pepper come together with eggs, Swiss cheese, bread cubes, and seasoning to make this flavorful strata. Cut Easter-morning prep time in half by putting the dish together the night before.
Make Easter morning extra special with these chocolate-infused banana pancakes. A topping of fresh red raspberries adds some color (and more fruity flavor) to this traditional breakfast favorite.
There's nothing like serving up sweet decadence breakfast-style to a bunch of hungry guests, and our ooey-gooey bread casserole is sure to please. We love how the recipe serves up to 12 and can be made in your slow cooker.
Brunch classics such as homemade hash browns, smoky bacon, and fluffy eggs come together for a hearty quiche masterpiece. The best part? Each serving has fewer 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.
Easter Recipe Tip: Leave out the liqueur for a family-friendly version of the tasty chocolate waffles.
Celebrate Easter with this traditional hot cross buns recipe. Swirled with dried apricots and juicy raisins, the breakfast yeast rolls pair perfectly with a savory egg casserole or quiche.
Easter Recipe Tip: Remaining hot cross buns can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
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 them 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.
Stuffed with chopped nuts, chocolate pieces, and raisins, 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.
For a dazzling display of fresh berries, place raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries on toasted pitas topped with a blend of orange marmalade and cream cheese. In just 25 minutes, the individual breakfast pizzas are Easter brunch-ready.
Scrambled eggs, crisp bacon, and cheddar cheese combine with a cornmeal batter for seriously brunch-worthy muffins. Dip the grab-and-go muffins in maple syrup for a mouthwatering combination of sweet and savory.
Why save the Easter ham for dinner? Purchased biscuit dough and ham make warm and wonderful breakfast sandwiches when smothered in a red-eye sauce. The zippy gravy is made from chicken broth and strong coffee.
Kids will love these bite-size breakfast sandwiches. Packed with gooey cream cheese, fresh strawberries, and a drizzle of honey, the sandwiches provide a healthy start to your holiday morning.
Easter Recipe Tip: Add sunflower seeds and granola to the cream cheese mixture for a sweet snack that packs a crunch.
Broccoli, bacon, tomatoes, eggs, and potatoes make this colorful casserole an all-in-one breakfast essential. A cheddar cheese sauce keeps the egg bake extra moist and flavorful.
Soak crunchy slices of Italian bread in a vanilla-nutmeg sauce overnight for a French toast bake that's packed with flavor and ready in just 35 minutes. Blueberry syrup brings warm fruit flavor to the breakfast dish.
Flip up a fluffy stack of citrus-flavored pancakes that both kids and adults will love. Ricotta keeps the pancakes ultra rich and tangy, while a fresh raspberry-orange syrup adds sweet spring flavor.
These scrumptious mini coffee cakes are bursting with flavor thanks to luxe ingredients like ricotta cheese, fresh cranberries, crystallized ginger, and toasted walnuts. Bake the breakfast bread in a muffin tin for a grab-and-go Easter treat or in mini loaf pans for easy party favors.
Easter Recipe Tip: Substitute cranberries for fresh strawberries or another in-season fruit for spring flavor.
Bring gorgeous color to your Easter buffet with quick and easy breakfast parfaits. A fat-free cream cheese spread blends with vanilla yogurt, honey, and cinnamon for an extra-creamy custard that layers beautifully with spring fruits and granola. Serve in clear glasses for picture-perfect presentation.
It takes just six 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.
Layers of prosciutto, eggs, asparagus, and other spring veggies pack tons 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 irresistible flavor.
Spice up classic 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 brunch buffet -- make the dough the night before, and chill it in the refrigerator to save prep time on Easter morning. Let guests choose their topping: powdered sugar, cinnamon-sugar, or melted chocolate.
This thin, puffed pancake bakes in the oven for 20 minutes and is topped with a rum-infused brown sugar and banana sauce. The easy spring breakfast recipe can be made kid-friendly by replacing the rum with apple juice.