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103 BEST Easter Brunch Recipes To Choose From!

103 BEST Easter Brunch Recipes To Choose From!

Spring has sprung! These Easter Brunch Recipes offer an array of culinary creations, and we have an epic list of Easter food ideas right here!

Easter, a time to celebrate new beginnings, is synonymous with delicious food and festive gatherings. 

A well-prepared Easter brunch brings together a delightful assortment of appetizers, side dishes, main meals, desserts, and cocktails, creating a harmonious culinary experience that caters to all palates.

Are you looking for fancy platters of finger foods? 

Or a seated meal with a floral tablescape and your good flatware… 

Or are you heading to a sumptuous brunch buffet or potluck and need ideas for your next dish that makes you the holiday hero?

Even if it’s a table full of family favorites, but you want to freshen up your Easter brunch with new ideas, you’ve come to the right place.

To kick off your Easter brunch, begin with scrumptious appetizers. 

Bacon Deviled Eggs, adorned with a sprinkle of paprika and chives, offer a classic yet delectable start. 

Mini quiches, filled with ingredients such as spinach, bacon, or mushrooms, provide a versatile and mouth-watering option and are just as good room temp as fresh out of the oven.

Side dishes add color and taste to your Easter feast. 

A vibrant spring salad, bursting with mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, and a zesty lemon vinaigrette, adds freshness to the meal. 

Just want to get to it? Here are our fast recommendations:

Our tried and true, newly updated Sausage Potato Casserole, a spring mix salad, our Easy Green Mimosa for spring color, and the Pineapple Crunch for dessert.

Or, Easter brunch that’s tasteful, hearty, and delicious, our favorites are the poppable Goat-Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes, Hawaiian Sliders, and our Italian Hangover Cake

See? It’s hard to choose, but you do have a LOT to choose from here.

For the main course, consider glazed ham or roasted lamb, both of which are traditional Easter favorites. 
Keep scrolling to find recipes for these. 

Vegetarian options, such as zucchini fritters or stuffed bell pepper appetizers, ensure inclusivity for all guests.

Desserts are the perfect finale for your Easter brunch. 

Delight in a traditional carrot cake, topped with a rich cream cheese frosting, or indulge in these chocolate dessert options, a treat both visually and gastronomically appealing.

Lastly, don’t forget the cocktails. 

Refreshing mimosas like our springy green-and-gold mimosa or fruity sangria cocktails pair beautifully with your brunch, while non-alcoholic options like infused water or mocktail recipes cater to all attendees.

Easter brunch recipes offer a delightful opportunity to enjoy a wide range of flavors, textures, and colors. 

By thoughtfully crafting your menu, you can create a memorable experience for your guests, making your celebration a truly festive culinary delight.

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Best Easter Brunch Recipes

Delicious avocado toast several different ways…but made even better in miniature!

She starts off with walnuts and feta and offers up some very tasty variations.

Avocado doesn’t sit very well, so only mix up your delicious Miniature Avocado Toasts the moment you are ready to serve it and your guests can dig in!

Ingredients include: Avocado, whole grain baguette, lime, everything bagel seasoning, feta, and walnuts.

Gin lovers, unite! 

The sliced cucumber and lime juice add a real freshness to the sock-it-to-me feel of gin.

Use a good quality gin to help get this cocktail party started.

Sweetness is really an afterthought in this one, so it should be a nice drink to accompany all that rich Easter food.

You’ll need to prep our Cucumber-infused gin a few hours before guests arrive.

Ingredients include: Cucumber-infused gin, lime juice, cucumber, simple syrup, and ice.

Sweet and salty, sweet and salty—this simple appetizer is good at room temp as much as it is warm from the oven. 

If you hope to take the simple, humble cracker to the next level, add bacon, a little brown sugar, and everyone’s happy.

Ingredients include: Club crackers, thin-cut bacon, brown sugar, cream cheese, and fig preserves.

As a personal fan of the slow cooker, this one appeals to me for its set-it-and-forget-it simplicity. 

If you’re like me, this looks rich and luscious served over a nice plate of mashed potatoes.

Lean, tough lamb shoulder becomes fall-apart tender, perfect for a laid-back Easter brunch.

Ingredients include: Lamb shoulder roast, sweet onion, garlic, fresh rosemary, and bay leaf.

I toss fresh cranberries in the freezer by the pallet load every holiday season since I can’t find them otherwise. 

But frozen cranberries are the star of the show in this easy recipe that turns out both pretty and tasty.


Ingredients include: Brie, frozen cranberries, maple syrup, and phyllo cups.

I love these little appetizers with their pop of savory and sweet flavors. 

The time-consuming part is trimming their ends, so they stand up, but once you do that, mixing together the goat cheese stuffing is easy peasy.

The only thing to worry about is how many of these delicious things is too many??

Ingredients include: Goat cheese, basil, cherry tomatoes, chives, and salt.

These were born of a happy accident, as we made a second attempt at some holiday cake mix cookies. 

It turns out we wanted to use our mini Bundt pan, and these lovely treats came to be.

Easy to mix together, with a simple glaze of powdered sugar and milk (or water), these look adorable and will definitely make the pumpkin-spice lovers super happy!

Ingredients include: Canned pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, spice cake box mix, powdered sugar, and water.

So I admit that I found this cake out on the web and decided to make up my own version. 

As an Italian who hasn’t had a real hangover in decades, the idea intrigued me.

This cake calls for several rich, sweet liqueurs, but it’s a nice twist away from the usual rum cake. 

Lots of glaze and a bit of prep time are needed, so start making this one to three days before your Easter Brunch. 

Ingredients include: Eggs, Disaronno, Grand Marnier, butter cake mix, and vanilla extract.

Another Italian goodie, Zeppole are basically round deep-fried donuts.

You get the versatility of how you want to top these Italian Easter treats: drizzle of chocolate sauce, cinnamon sugar, or powdered sugar.

How do you go wrong with any of these choices?

Ingredients include: All-purpose flour, baking powder, sugar, ricotta cheese, and vegetable oil.

This one looks so good, I’m guilty of adding another CrockPot lamb dinner to this list. 

But just look at this fresh-snipped rosemary, honey, with vegetables going in too?

Sign me up.

If you love how honey and rosemary sound together like I do, try this and let me know how it turns out for you: hello@cookingchew.com.

Ingredients include: Lamb leg, green beans, garlic, red onion, and yukon gold potatoes.

I didn’t used to love cucumber, in fact, I got so sick on it once at my grandmother’s that I didn’t eat it for years. YEARS. 

And then suddenly, as tastes change, so did I.

I love cucumber sandwiches (recipe #101 below) as much as I love smoked salmon, so these two together are something light and delicious. 

You can get cute picks from Amazon, too.

Ingredients include: Smoked salmon, dill, english cucumbers, horseradish, and cream cheese.

Smooth, creamy, sweet and savory, this dip has it all. 

I’m a big fan of dipping graham crackers and apple slices into my favorite sweet dips, but I think this one could handle celery and carrots also.

That said, those tiny waffles stacked up next to a big bowl of this easy spread would work well too!

Ingredients include: Cream cheese, butter, brown sugar, bacon, and maple syrup.

Well, these are unique! 

You make your own tiny bowls in a muffin tin with oatmeal, and chia, and the applesauce binds it all together. 

Fill the crisp, warm “bowl” with yogurt and your favorite fruits and eat with a fork or with your hands!

Ingredients include: Oats, honey, applesauce, cinnamon, and chia seeds.

I am not vegan, but I sure do love the way this cake looks. 

Canned peach halves (very important to the pretty slices after the cake is cut) and a “cream” that uses agar-agar to help keep that firm and luscious slice — I’m in.

Here’s a metric converter to help you get the right measurements.

Ingredients include: Canned peaches, plant-based curd, baking powder, flour, and sugar.

These strawberries may be mistitled, as there is not a savory bone in their little red, perfect bodies. 

A lovely sweetened cream cheese filling, they are heaven-sent. 

The most work you’ll have is prepping the strawberries themselves, so they don’t roll over, and scooping out a bit to get a nice amount of filling in each one.

I always say if you aren’t the kind of person who is breaking out a pastry bag, try a cut end of a zipper baggie, or just spoon in the filling. 

These will probably get eaten so fast, they could be upside down and backwards and no one will care.

Ingredients include: Strawberries, whipped cream, cream cheese, sour cream, and vanilla extract.

I think this is the second place on the site we added these simple, easy cookies made with a cake mix and a handful of Easter-themed M&M’s. 

If you’re a big fan of fast and easy, and you want something that the kids can help make and decorate on a whim, this is the Easter Brunch Recipe for you!

Ingredients include: Yellow cake mix, eggs, oil, and pastel M&M’s.

Cooked spinach has a place, and it’s definitely nestled into these cheesy, rich mini pastry shells!

Parmesan, feta, and butter—oh, my! 

This trio of delicious is definitely winning me over, but I can tell myself that the spinach makes it even better, too.

Ingredients include: Mini phyllo shells, baby spinach, butter, olive oil, and feta cheese.

These aren’t just deli meat in a tortilla.

These are warm, gooey ham and cheese-wrapped slices of puff pastry heaven!

Sturdy and yummy fresh out of the oven or even sitting at the snack table for a while, you’ll grab one every few minutes if you aren’t careful. 

She offers storage tips too if any are left to make it that far.

Ingredients include: Puff pastry, Dijon mustard, deli ham, Gruyere cheese, and parsley.

Everyone knows tiny, tiny pancakes are more delicious than the big ones. 

And food on a stick is the best thing to ever happen to fruit.

If you are looking for the perfect individual appetizers to a bigger main meal, or just keeping it light and fun, these are perfectly easy to make and skewer.

Ingredients include: Flour, sugar, baking powder, milk, and butter.

Tangy with balsamic vinegar and just lightly sweet, this is definitely NOT a dessert. 

It is a rich appetizer pre-ham or an awesome addition to the snack table. 

I’m a big believer in high-quality oils and vinegar, especially when they take center stage in an Easter brunch recipe.

Ingredients include: Strawberries, ricotta, basil, chives, and French baguette. 

NEWLY UPDATED: We recently remade this one, and it’s even more spectacular. 

There’s a bit of prep to dice the potato and onion and cook it a bit before it goes in the oven, but the chives really take the whole thing up a notch. 

The pics absolutely represent this lovely brunch casserole, and it’s tested here in our kitchens. 

Double this Sausage Potato Casserole recipe if you have 8 people having breakfast, because this one cooks up in an 8×8 glass pan to serve 4 hefty servings. 

Add a light salad or some fruit to the side, or give it a southwestern flair and offer some salsa on the plate.

Ingredients include: Breakfast sausage, chives, onion, eggs, and cheddar cheese.

I mean, everything about this has Easter brunch written all over it. 

Or any weekender meal, for that matter, but we are talking Easter brunch recipes right now.

Between the biscuits, gravy, sausage, and eggs, this one will be a full meal and then some—all in one casserole dish.

Happy Easter to me.

Ingredients include: Biscuit dough, eggs, gravy mix, cheese, and milk.

This EatingWell spinach-mushroom quiche recipe combines fresh spinach, mushrooms, onion, and Gruyere cheese for a flavorful Easter favorite. 

 Made with no crust, it’s a better-for-you option for breakfast or brunch. 

Ready in 1 hour and 30 minutes, it serves six people.

Ingredients include: Mixed wild mushrooms, baby spinach, eggs, milk, and thyme leaves.

The recipe combines crabmeat with the earthy flavors of asparagus and leek.

The quiche is made with eggs, half-n-half, crabmeat, asparagus, and leek, all baked in a buttery crust.

This dish is perfect for brunch and can be served warm or at room temperature.

Ingredients include: Asparagus, butter, leeks, eggs, and crab meat.

We have some delicious ideas for what to serve with quiche right here!

Breakfast Enchiladas are a tasty and satisfying dish that combines classic Mexican flavors with breakfast ingredients.

Flour tortillas are filled with scrambled eggs, enchilada filling, cheese, and sausage, then rolled up and topped with more cheese and salsa verde cream sauce.

This dish can be prepared ahead of time and baked in the morning, making it a top contender to serve for brunch.

Ingredients include: Breakfast sausage, frozen hash browns, tortillas, green onion, and eggs.

This breakfast casserole is a hearty and delicious dish that’s great for feeding a crowd.

It’s made with a mixture of sweet potatoes, breakfast sausage, eggs, cheese, and other ingredients, all baked together in a casserole dish until golden.

This dish can be prepared the night before, covered tightly, and refrigerated, then baked the next morning straight from the fridge.

Serve with fresh fruit and toast for a complete meal.

Ingredients include: Sweet potatoes, onion, garlic, red bell peppers, and kale.

Sheet Pan Breakfast Bake is an easy and quick dish to make when you have many people to feed.

It’s made by layering hashbrowns, cheese, bacon, and herbs, then topped with eggs on a sheet pan and baked until golden brown.

This dish can be customized with your favorite ingredients, such as bell peppers, onions, or mushrooms.
 
Ingredients include: Hashbrown potatoes, unsalted butter, olive oil, bacon, and parmesan.

I add these adorable little treats to every list that I can. 

You can find the tiny cake cones on Amazon, and a simple cake pop recipe like this makes quick, fun work to do with your kids or spouse.

Just remember to move them to their serving tray one at a time because they will fall and roll (I learned the hard way) if you try to pick up a bunch of them at once.

They were a huge hit at our Christmas party, and I think these will be for Easter brunch too.

Ingredients include: Cake mix, frosting, sprinkles, tiny ice cream cones, and fudge sauce.

Did you know you can mold prosciutto into various shapes?

Yes!

And the most popular shapes it can be fashioned into are cups to hold… well, anything you like, really.

Here, we’ll show you how to make these adorable Prosciutto Egg Cups.

They’re so delicious and easy to make.

Bring a smile to your family’s faces once you sit them down at the breakfast table.

Ingredients include: Prosciutto, baby spinach, eggs, pepper, and dill.

If you like Eggs Benedict but don’t like all that time needed to make them, this recipe is for you!

Made with buttery, oven-fresh croissants, it makes a delicious breakfast/brunch dish much easier to prepare since it saves you the trouble of having to prepare each serving individually!

Turn your family and friends into Eggs Benedict believers by serving them a batch today!

Ingredients include: Croissants, butter, eggs, deli ham, and hollandaise sauce.

Have you ever wished you could share that delicious, flavor-packed Italian sub you’re munching on without making everyone individual sandwiches?

Well, now you can!

Comprising all the flavorful things in Italian food that we all know and love, this casserole will be a surefire hit.

Just make sure to make extra since it’ll be gone fast.

Ingredients include: Italian bread, deli ham, salami, pepperoni, and mozzarella.

Looking for something to serve for brunch this Easter but don’t have a lot of time to spare?

Then this recipe for Hawaiian Roll Breakfast Sliders is for you.

Hawaiian rolls are tasty on their own, but once you fill them with perfectly scrambled eggs and glaze them with honey before popping them into the oven, they transform into something truly magical.

Bewitch your guests into showering you with compliments by having this on your brunch table.

Ingredients include: Hawaiian rolls, deli ham, scrambled eggs, American cheese, butter, and maple syrup.

As the old cooking adage goes: “Presentation is key.’”

And the truth of that statement is very evident in these recipes.

Here we turn the typical and the ordinary into a special Easter-themed presentation.

The kids won’t know whether to dig into their bunny pancakes or take a few more minutes to admire their cuteness!

Ingredients include: Pancake, bacon, chocolate chips, strawberry, and fried egg.

I’m a fan of plain old bacon and eggs; I always have been.

But if I’m going to be cooking them up for a special Easter brunch, we might as well amp it up a bit.

And one of the best ways to turn the delicious but ordinary into something spectacular is to stuff them into a crust. 

Delicious bacon and eggs are stuffed into fresh, flaky Pillsbury dough formed into a ring.

Now if that isn’t something fit for a noble’s brunch table, I don’t know what is.

Ingredients include: Bacon, milk, eggs, red bell pepper, dinner rolls, and cilantro.

Ahh, French toast!

This iconic and well-loved dish has been a popular pick for breakfast and brunch options everywhere.

It takes a spot in this list because, well, it’s that popular.

Ingredients include: White bread, eggs, heavy cream, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and butter.

Soups have always been a popular brunch choice, especially when it’s cold out.

And if you’re like me and prefer to have their soups have a little bite in them, then this recipe is for you.

Earthy carrots make for an excellent base, while the ginger lends a subtle bite into the mix.

Hearty, filling, and oh-so-tasty, whip up a potful this Easter!

Ingredients include: Olive oil, yellow onion, salt, garlic cloves, carrots, and fresh ginger. 

If plain old French Toast isn’t quite what you’re looking for at #35, then maybe this recipe for Blueberry Cream Cheese French Toast Casserole will do the trick.

That sweet custard with creamy pockets of cheese overlaid with a crispy top is simply irresistible.

Ingredients include: French bread, cream cheese, sugar, eggs, whole milk, and ground cinnamon.

If #37 still doesn’t cut it for you, then maybe this recipe for French Toast Bake will.

In this recipe, it’s just french toast alone converted into a yummy baked casserole.

So if sweet just doesn’t cut it for you, then maybe a buttery infusion on your french toast might do it. 

Ingredients include: Sourdough bread, eggs, milk, heavy cream, sugar, and vanilla extract.

Try this one by CookingChew.com too!

Averred by the author as the ‘quintessential’ pancake recipe, we can’t help but agree.

They’re just a little tart but sweet, with fresh lemon juice and zest bundled with ricotta that breathes life into these gorgeous and tender pancakes.

Ingredients include: All-purpose flour, baking powder, white sugar, salt, milk, and ricotta cheese. 

If you’re in the mood for apple pie but aren’t in the mood for the effort to make one, then this recipe is for you.

Apple Fritter Cinnamon Roll Bake is a brunch recipe that’s certainly like a combination of monkey bread and bubble-up bake.

Now you have the means to satisfy your itch for apple pie without the hassle of having to make one.

Ingredients include: Apples, brown sugar, ground cinnamon, butter, and heavy whipping cream.

If you’re still looking for the perfect French Toast recipe and have already gotten to perusing #38 and it still wasn’t the one, how about a combo with Nutella instead?

You might still not like it, but one thing’s for sure: the kids certainly will.

Ingredients include: White bread, eggs, whole milk, vanilla extract, and Nutella.

Cinnamon fans rejoice!

With this recipe, you can now enjoy Cinnamon Rolls and pancakes at the same time.

What’s not to like about these perfect, fluffy pancakes swirled with a sugary cinnamon mixture topped with a cheese drizzle?

Yum!

Ingredients include: All-purpose flour, baking powder, brown sugar, cinnamon, and powdered sugar.

If you liked #42 and want to get more into the motif of Easter, then these Bunny Cinnamon Rolls are for you.

It’s got all of the sweet cinnamon flavor that we all know and love, shaped into adorable bunnies.

Cute and tasty?

Oh yes, please!

Ingredients include: Milk, butter, all-purpose flour, white sugar, butter, and cinnamon.

Start your Easter brunch right with these Bunny Butt Pancakes.

They’re so adorable and so easy to make.

Treat the kids to an Easter bunny brunch with these.

Ingredients include: Whipped cream, baking powder, sugar, eggs, milk, vanilla, and strawberries.

Nothing screams Easter louder than pastel colors.

And these cinnamon rolls frosted in cream cheese wave the Easter banner proudly with their toppings of pastel sprinkles.

Ingredients include: Whole milk, dry active yeast, sugar, salt, butter, and confetti sprinkles.

I had a lot of seafood to use one day, and it was somehow perfect for a soup. 

This has so much shrimp, scallops, and cod in it that it definitely fits the description of a chowder more so than a skimpy ol’ soup. 

But I deliberately made the broth thin. It’s still creamy, but I find the thick roux of typical chowder to be too filling. 

I hope you like this one. I made it myself. -shines nails on apron-

Ingredients include: Cod, shrimp, sea scallops, white wine, olive oil, onion, and Old Bay seasoning.

Stuff anything into an avocado and you’ve got something good, but if you love shrimp, you’re going to love this recipe. 

If you’re doing an Easter luncheon for a small group, this is a good one as a side to the Crab Quiche (#24), paired with a salad (#52 or #79) and a Grapefruit Sunrise Cocktail (#66) and a light dessert, like Pineapple Crunch or Sweet Easter Pie. 

Ingredients include: Olive oil, jumbo shrimp, ground cumin, lemon juice, pineapple, and avocados.

Want an epic list of even more Easter desserts? We’ve got you covered with this list of 54 of ‘em!

I’m a big fan of stepping away from the stove to get things done, and an air fryer is my second-best appliance of choice. 

(Can you guess my first?)

So we have a ton of air fryer recipes on the site, and when you are cooking for a special occasion, it makes sense to use it for the basics. 

Check out our recipe for making bacon in the air fryer.

It turns out you can use parchment paper liners too, which helps with cleanup.

Ingredients include: Bacon.

It makes sense to have an Easter bunny and spinach in one recipe. 

If you’ve ever tried gardening, you know that a single bunny can decimate tender growing spinach in a single afternoon!

So cook up that bunny and put it into a dip!!

Just kidding. 

Make a few easy cuts to crescent roll dough, pull out a few yummy cheeses, and some fresh or frozen spinach, and you have a crowd-pleasing appetizer.

Ingredients include: Crescent roll dough, spinach, cream cheese, garlic, mayo, and Italian seasoning.

These are cute pastries! 

No decorations like sprinkles or raisins are required to get that fun bunny shape. 

Pull out the puff pastry (we have a ton left over from Christmas) and just sprinkle on some cinnamon sugar. 

She’s got some helpful photos so you can see how she’s doing the twisty shapes.

Ingredients include: Puff pastry sheets, butter, cinnamon, sugar, and white frosting. 

Got some kids coming for Easter? 

Little kids and their Easter baskets and the fun of looking for eggs just never gets old, does it.

My little kid is pushing 30 now, so fewer lacy socks and yellow flouncy dresses these days.

But if I had kids coming at Easter, I would be making these awesome, fun Toddler Snack Boards with a few treats and a few healthy snacks.

Colorful and wonderfully made!

Ingredients include: Red carrots, strawberries, red bell pepper, hard-boiled eggs, and jelly beans.

So, I have to admit that this salad looks high-maintenance. 

But it’s so beautiful with the bright colors of spring and summer that it makes me think of delicious, homegrown foods. 

If you have the patience to slice citrus thin and plate it thus, the presentation is spectacular and I bet it tastes amazing and chilled must be out of this world!

Ingredients include: Citrus, avocado, champagne vinegar, garlic clove, lemon juice, and shallot.

Deviled Eggs are a classic side dish that has been gracing cocktail parties as an appetizer since time immemorial.

The good thing about eggs is that they go so well with everything, making them an excellent pair-up with anything you decide.

In our very own cooking chew recipe, we’ll be serving them together with earthy and sweet avocados!

Trust me, they work.

Ingredients include: Eggs, white vinegar, avocado, lemon juice, red pepper flakes, and paprika

If #53 has turned you into an avocado believer, then you absolutely have to try our very own recipe for Pineapple Avocado Salsa.

We’ve gone the light, fruity, and yet zesty route instead of hot n’ spicy, and it works perfectly.

If you want to adjust the flavor, you can opt to grill the pineapples first.

Ingredients include: Green onions, lime, cilantro, lemon, garlic clove, and pineapple.

Admittedly, Deviled Eggs can sound a little sinister.

But that may not be the case during Easter when we can choose to serve them in Bunny form.

You heard that right: Bunny Deviled Eggs.

They’re so cute they’re almost heartbreaking to eat.

Ingredients include: Hard-boiled eggs, mayo, Dijon mustard, salt, and chives

You can think of these tomatoes as tiny breaded sandwiches that go really well with anything.

Not surprising as one of the most popular and well-known condiments is made from tomatoes.

They’re perfect for anything from brunch to a light dinner.

Ingredients include: Tomatoes, all-purpose flour, smoked paprika, egg, and panko bread crumbs.

Did you know that there’s a sweet version of the famous Italian Easter Pie?

Yes, folks, and this recipe is it.

Chock-full of ricotta, chocolate, and orange zest, this Sweet Italian Easter Pie is light and creamy with a crunchy crust that’s almost like a sugar cookie.

Your family will sing your praises once this pie hits your Easter table!

Ingredients include: All-purpose flour, sugar, vegetable oil, vanilla extract, baking powder, and eggs.

Some people adore fresh, raw tomatoes, and I get it, especially if they are grown in your own potted plants or garden.

But I am someone who prefers tomatoes hot, baked, cooked, ground into a rich sauce, or turned into a ratatouille.

This Tomato & Basil Bake is a simple side dish that takes heavy garlic and basil, and will accompany any Italian dish you throw on the table.

And butter, it has butter. 

C’mon, tomatoes, make us proud.

Ingredients include: Cherry tomatoes, garlic cloves, panko breadcrumbs, butter, and basil.

One of the best things about owning a food blog is the experimentation we get to do in our kitchen. 

We tried lots of different ways to make these Air Fryer Baked Apples and they were all good. 

But only one recipe got the cut. 

Check it out for yourself.

It will make your house smell amazing, too. 

This will be a delightful lightly sweet dessert that goes great with hot tea or coffee at the end of your small Easter dinner with family.

Ingredients include: Apples, oats, brown sugar, walnuts, butter, cinnamon, and honey.

It isn’t often that you come across a recipe that doesn’t call for both thyme and rosemary, as one goes hand in hand with the other.

But this recipe for Brown Butter And Thyme Potato Torte is a perfect example of the exception to that rule.

Baked, the butter caramelizes nicely which forms a powerful flavor-packed punch with thyme’s natural earth, minty taste.

Ingredients include: Yukon gold potatoes, butter, thyme, balsamic glaze, and salt. 

I’m a sucker for chocolate milk, so I was immediately interested when I heard of this recipe: not only did it look pretty, but anything with chocolate and liquor is bound to be good right?

And it was, exceptionally so.

The glasses themselves are hollow chocolate bunnies with their ears cut to allow the liquor to be poured in and a place for the straw to be set.

Prepare to amaze your friends and family with a trayful of these delicious delights this Easter!

Ingredients include: Chocolate bunnies, mint leaves, edible flowers, and Jackson Morgan whiskey liqueur.

Looking for a refreshing and zesty way to start your day? 

This Morning Mule Cocktail is a definite must-try.

Made with vodka, ginger beer, and orange juice, all stirred together, poured over ice, and garnished with lime wedges and orange slices.

This cocktail is perfect for brunch or a morning weekend gathering and will surely wake up your taste buds with its tangy and citrusy flavors.

Ingredients include: Vodka, ice, orange juice, ginger beer, and lime wedges.

Whipped coffee, also known as Dalgona coffee, is a fun and delicious way to enjoy your morning caffeine fix.

This drink is made by whipping together instant coffee, sugar, and hot water until fluffy.

To build our boozy coffee cocktail, fill a glass with ice, pour in your choice of alcohol, then the milk and top it off with your whipped coffee.

This creamy and frothy drink can be enjoyed hot or cold.

Ingredients include: Water, instant coffee, sweetener, milk, ice, and Kahlúa.

A Blueberry Old Fashioned is a fruity twist on a classic cocktail.

It’s made with homemade blueberry simple syrup, bourbon, and bitters, all stirred together and served over ice with a garnish of fresh blueberries.

The sweetness of the blueberries pairs nicely with the bold flavor of the bourbon.

Ingredients include: Bourbon, blueberry simple syrup, Angostura bitters, blueberries, and ice.

If you’re looking for something zesty and fruity to serve during Easter brunch, this Champagne Brunch Punch will certainly do the trick!

It’s perfect for those lazy morning gatherings where the adults can gather and catch up while having something fun to sip as the kids run around and play with their toys.

Ingredients include: Orange juice, cranberry juice, ginger ale, orange liqueur, and strawberries. 

If kids aren’t something the adults have to worry about like #65, then you can amp things up by having cocktails instead.

The Grapefruit Sunrise Cocktail is a delicious drink that features a beautiful marriage of sweet and tart that your friends will love.

So if you’re planning to hang out together this Easter, this just might be the drink to serve.

Grapefruit is divine for cutting through lots of rich food and refreshing the palate.

Ingredients include: Vodka, grapefruit juice, lemon juice, grenadine, and grapefruit wedge.

If grapefruit isn’t your thing, then how about these Blushing Mimosas instead?

Featuring a blend of orange and pineapple juice with either wine or champagne and grenadine, it makes for a perfect drink on holiday mornings.

After coffee, of course. 

Ingredients include: Orange juice, pineapple juice, grenadine, and Champagne.

If you liked #67 and are looking for other flavor options, you can try strawberries to make your mimosa extra yummy.

Purists may be shocked as mimosas are traditionally made with orange juice, but I believe that anyone should be free to tinker with their food or drinks.

So experiment and chug them down.

Let us know what combination worked for you.

Ingredients include: Strawberry syrup, lemonade, Prosecco, strawberries, and mint leaves.

For those who’ve decided to take the plunge and experiment with their mimosas, good for you!

I’ll be outlining a few more mimosa entries for you to try.

In this entry, we’ll be staying true to tradition and will be keeping the orange juice (orange sherbet) but adding Sparkling Moscato to the fray.

This results in a delicious, creamy blend that everyone will surely enjoy.

Ingredients include: Sparkling Moscato, pineapple juice, orange sherbet, and milk.

If you’re feeling a little whimsy and are still craving mimosas, this one’s for you.

If we take your regular garden variety mimosa and add blue curacao to it, it turns the whole drink into a lovely shade of green.

Yes, green.

This is a great idea if you’re feeling a little quirky this Easter, if you want everything green on St Patrick’s Day, or if you get carried away by watching Shrek for the 56th time in a row; whatever the case, this drink’s got your name on it.

Ingredients include: Orange juice, blue curaçao, and Prosecco.

This delicious mimosa swaps out the traditional OJ for pineapple juice! 

This Easter brunch cocktail recipe also calls for standard coconut milk, not coconut cream (thick but not sweet), and not cream of coconut (very sweet and looks almost translucent). 

Confused yet?

To get that tropical vibe without all the sugar, choose the standard (or even Lite) Thai Coconut Milk and follow the rest of the recipe for an easy, delicious, and creamy mimosa!
 
Ingredients include: Pineapple juice, coconut milk, prosecco, whipped topping, and pineapple wedges.

I showed this to Renee, and she thought it looked too sweet. 

I am divided on this. I like the idea of a cornflake crust, and I’m intrigued by the idea of mixing melted ice cream with pudding mix. 

It’s an easy way to get a big shot of vanilla flavor without using up all of my pantry vanilla, for sure.

I’ll make it, and I bet she’ll love it. 

Who’s with me? Have you tried this one yet?

Ingredients include: Cornflakes, sugar, butter, cornstarch, pineapple, and vanilla ice cream.

Was this a staple in your household growing up? Renee tells me it was a weekly thing in her youth. Maybe a southern thing. I grew up in the northeast. 

This tater tot casserole recipe consists of frozen tater tots, cream of mushroom soup, sautéed onions, sautéed garlic, sharp cheddar cheese, and ranch dressing mix. 

The frozen tots make assembly easier, while the cream of mushroom soup is essential for flavor. 

Sautéed onions and garlic are optional but recommended, as they add aroma and taste. 

Sharp cheddar cheese complements the dish well, and the ranch dressing mix provides a flavorful kick, enhancing the overall depth of flavor.

Ingredients include: Tater tots, olive oil, ground beef, cheddar cheese, and cream of mushroom soup.

Easter Fruit Fluff Salad is a versatile, 5-minute “dump and go” recipe that turns a classic fruit cocktail into a creamy dessert or sweet side dish. 

You can admit it’s fun to eat a Marshmallow Peep or Bunny now and then. 

Simply mix fruit, cheesecake instant pudding, mini marshmallows, and whipped topping in a bowl, and top with Marshmallow Peeps. 

This old-fashioned favorite features a sweet, creamy base, with juicy fruit and colorful marshmallows. 

Whether you call it Easter salad, Ambrosia Salad, or Pudding Fruit Salad, it’s perfect for serving before or after your Easter meal.

Ingredients include: Cool Whip, instant cheesecake pudding, crushed pineapple, mandarin oranges, and pears.

Discover the Mexican Tortilla Casserole, a visually stunning and delicious dish, featuring layers of corn, rice, ground beef, and cheese. 

This easy-to-assemble, cake-like casserole is a hit with its combination of pre-cooked and pre-packaged ingredients, making it as simple or homemade as desired. 

Baked on a cookie sheet, it creates firm, sturdy layers for perfect “layer-cake” slices. 

Hearty and packed with Tex-Mex flavors, this dish is a mouthwatering indulgence rather than diet fare.

Ingredients include: Ground beef, onion, cooked rice, canned corn, and salsa.

Try this classic ambrosia salad recipe with Cool Whip, a light and airy dessert perfect for an Easter Brunch Recipe, summer picnic, or any occasion. 

Often called a dessert salad, it’s customizable with options like adding sour cream for tang or using fresh fruit.

Experiment to make it your own and enjoy this versatile, simple, and delicious treat.

Ingredients include: Tropical fruit salad, mini marshmallows, shredded coconut, maraschino cherries, and Cool Whip.

Enjoy a scrumptious Italian Easter Pie, traditionally served during Easter, but perfect for any occasion. 

Known as Pizza Rustica, this easy-to-make, savory pie features a cheesy, meaty ricotta filling with ham, salami, prosciutto, mozzarella, and parmesan. 

Popular in Italian cafes, this crowd-pleaser is reminiscent of pizza, without the sauce. 

Try this delectable dish and make it a new favorite tradition for your Easter menu or year-round feasts.

I grew up eating this regularly, but I haven’t made one since becoming an adult. 

Let me know what you think if you make it: hello@cookingchew.com

Ingredients include: All-purpose flour, butter, olive oil, eggs, ricotta cheese, parmesan, and ham.

The first time I laid eyes on this dessert, I could not stop gushing over how cute it is!

It’s easy to make, and I happened to use some pink miniature marshmallows sitting around for the toesies instead of buying a new pack of M&Ms. 

If you don’t like coconut, you can grind white chocolate and dust it with that.

So adorable!

Ingredients include: Cream cheese, sprinkles, white chocolate chips, sugar, and Funfetti cake mix.

Are you one of those people who loves fruit in their salad? 

When it comes to hearty, delicious salads, the more stuff in there, the better, in my opinion. 

I’ve come to love nuts and seeds mixed with greens, and this one has so many delicious, crisp, and crunchy ingredients. 

The apple cider vinaigrette pulls it all together spectacularly. 

Look for her notes on swapping out kale as a more sturdy green, and not to cut the apples til you’re ready to toss it all together. 

Ingredients include: Spring greens salad blend, apples, dried cranberries, pepitas, and goat cheese.

We’re grillin’ like villains TODAY, people. 

These tomatoes are just so lovely grilled and served warm, with a smokey flavor to boot.

Fresh rosemary helps, but it’s not crucial. 

A dash of dried is perfectly fine, and if all you have is a three-year-old can of Italian seasoning in the cupboard, it will do.

Ingredients include: Tomatoes, fresh rosemary, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and salt.

This is so scrumptious, y’all. 

If you are grilling out for the Easter holiday, I implore you to try grilling with this Grilled Pineapple Recipe. 

This is a fairly sweet recipe, but you don’t have to use brown sugar at all, since pineapple does have a lot of sugar in it. 

That said, this makes an excellent side to nearly everything you can grill.

The trick, as you’ll see in our video, is not to move the pineapple, and you will end up with some GORGEOUS grill marks, I promise you.

Ingredients include: Pineapple, butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and lime juice.

Gosh, I remember how enchanted I was when a friend’s mom invited 8-year-old me over around Easter “to make my own cake to give to my family.” 

Say what, now?

This recipe has been around a long time, and it’s still an easy Easter brunch option when you want to make an Easter bunny cake with kids at home. 

It takes two round cake pans, cake mix, a few things for decoration, and the recipe to help you see what you’re cutting. 

It’s so easy that your little ones can practically do it themselves.

I know I did it with just a bit of supervision, a few sweet treats to use for the eyes, mouth, and whiskers, and it was an experience I’ve never forgotten. 

Ingredients include: White cake, Cool Whip, flake coconut, red food coloring, and candies.

Colorful and delicious, this Easter brunch recipe transforms “healthy” grains into a really good side for lots of potluck and picnic dishes.

Look for the bok choy, cucumber, chickpeas, and a flavorful dressing that gets an overnight in the fridge to really bring the tastes together.

Ingredients include: Quinoa, English cucumbers, bok choy, fresh herbs, and lemons.

After coming across this delicious Easter brunch recipe, I’m actually a bit surprised that we as a nation don’t cook with ramen noodles more often. 

I had been thinking about a cold spaghetti salad my mother in law once showed me that took the ramen packets as seasoning. 

So this is the next best thing, and it’s got a lot more delicious, fresh ingredients, I will say. 

Add this one to your last-minute cold salad repertoire.

Ingredients include: Ramen noodles, cabbage, cucumber, peanuts, and red bell pepper.

If you have Traeger grill or any other hybrid smoker grill, a ham might seem daunting.

But the recipe makes it look easy, and you might just want to have a smoked ham on the barbie every weekend after you try it once. 

Don’t believe me? 

Check out the main image on this bad boy and tell me you don’t want to sink your teeth into the dark, gorgeous, checkered maple crust on that ham!

Ingredients include: Ham, maple syrup, brown sugar, Dijon mustard, and Prosecco.

A friend of ours made a massive frying pan full of this delicious, Creamy Confetti Corn. 

It is very simple-looking, with canned or frozen corn, pepper finely chopped, plus smokey bacon and whatnot.

But over Thanksgiving, people came back again and again for seconds of this creamy, cheesy side dish, and let me tell you it went GREAT with the barbecue brisket we were having.

And not a single kernel left over.

Ingredients include: Bacon, frozen corn, onion, red bell pepper, cream cheese, and green onions.

I’m just going to say it: We make this at Thanksgiving and at Christmas, every year, and we have for years. 

Because it’s so well-loved and goes with so many meats and main dishes, we definitely keep this recipe close at hand when we have company, no matter the holiday.

If you’re still picking out your Easter Brunch Recipe favorites, I absolutely think this one is for you.

It’s easy, just takes some pantry staples and a covered casserole dish, and you’re the hero of the potluck.

Ingredients include: Jiffy cornbread mix, creamed corn, sour cream, green chilis, and butter.

Cardamom just doesn’t get enough love and attention.

But here, you’ll see that it does indeed take a batman-and-robin approach with the lamb and pear!

Cardamom is so wonderfully scented, a warm spice reminiscent of some of the finest banana breads.

But it goes perfectly in savory dishes too. 

If you’re having lamb this Easter, may I recommend this delicious tagine?

Ingredients include: Couscous, fresh parsley, pomegranate seeds, cardamom, and allspice. 

Throw that spiral-cut ham into the crock pot this instant!

And then let it heat through for a couple of hours while you work on other parts of your meal. 

Or sit and have a mimosa with your pals instead. 

If you like to use alternate cooking methods when your kitchen is already bouncing with pots, pans, and guests, a crockpot will always come to your rescue. 

Here’s another glazed ham option that sounds perfectly yummy. 

Ingredients include: Canned pineapple, light brown sugar, honey, butter, and spiral ham.

Our Dr Pepper Glazed Ham is a delicious and unique twist on the traditional glazed ham. 

Cooking Chew’s recipe combines the sweet and zesty flavors of Dr Pepper soda with brown sugar, brown mustard, and honey for a mouthwatering glaze. 

The result is a tender, juicy ham with a caramelized, flavorful crust that’s perfect for special occasions or family dinners. 

Check out the full recipe, step-by-step instructions, and helpful tips for preparing this scrumptious dish.

Ingredients include: Dr Pepper, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, spicy mustard, and orange juice.

For a nice egg breakfast that you can serve guests all at once, try these Cloud Eggs. 

You’ll beat up the whites to become the “clouds” but they hold all kinds of delicious things, like the yolk, some cheese, bacon, or anything else that suits your fancy.

Bake in the oven on parchment paper so it doesn’t stick, then serve warm. 

Ingredients include: Deli ham, Swiss cheese, bacon, chives, and eggs

Do you love dill and lemon together?

While I normally think of these two seasonings accompanying seafood, take a look at this pasta salad!

If you’re having a lot of people over for Easter (or you are heading out somewhere that will have lots of people) this one’s going to be a light, refreshing twist on the usual mayo-heavy macaroni salad. 

Ingredients include: Penne pasta, cucumber, honey, garlic, and red pepper.

Quiche is always a simple, delicious Easter Brunch Recipe.

Try this lightened-up quiche featuring seasonal ingredients like spinach, onion, and thyme. 

With smart swaps like center-cut bacon for less fat, olive oil instead of butter for the crust, and draining some bacon drippings, this dish retains flavor without the saturated fat. 

Enjoy the taste of spring with this make-ahead quiche, incorporating fresh produce and herbs.

Ingredients include: Fresh thyme, bacon, sweet onion, fresh spinach, paprika, and goat cheese.

A Filipino dessert that is served around Easter, take a look at this easy and delicious rice treat called Biko. 

I don’t have glutinous rice sitting around so I’m going to try this with regular long-grain rice.

Lots of luscious coconut milk and coconut cream, you’ll cook this for a while and then a while longer, but it will be dense and chewy enough to cut and serve when it’s time for dessert.

I’m picturing a rice pudding made with coconut milk that you can cut with a knife.

Ingredients include: Coconut cream, coconut milk, rice, brown sugar, and salt. 

So the beauty of things like pancakes, crepes, and clafoutis, and a Dutch baby like this is that you have the freedom to add whatever delicious toppings you want. 

This Dutch baby recipe puffs up like a Yorkshire pudding, baked in a cast iron skillet in the oven until golden. 

It falls as it cools, and then a simple dusting of powdered sugar takes it from simple bread to funnel cake in a moment. 

Yum!

Ingredients include: Powdered sugar, lemon juice, eggs, butter, and vanilla extract.

I never really knew these were sweet buns until researching this topic for Easter. 

There was a song we used to sing back in the day, one-a-penny, two-a-penny…

…Something something. But I digress.

But they are lightly sweet, yeasty, rich, with warm spices and raisins. 

I never see them in bakeries here in the US, so I guess we’ll just have to make them at home. 

Let’s do it!

Ingredients include: Dry yeast, eggs, raisins, nutmeg, warm milk, and flour.

Comfort food extraordinaire!

Take a look at these beauties, especially if you might be throwing down a southwestern or Mexican feast for your Easter brunch!

They’ll go great with our Mexican Tortilla Casserole (#75), bet.

Ingredients include: Heavy cream, cream cheese, sour cream, brown sugar, and cinnamon.

I had never heard of this cake until researching Easter Brunch Recipes. 

It turns out that this light fruitcake is a standard in England around the Easter holidays, so why not take a look into another region’s favorite traditions?

Ingredients include: Blanched almonds, powdered sugar, corn syrup, orange, and sultana raisins.

A cake that’s popular in Spain around this time of year, break out a few delicious ingredients to make this traditional Spanish Easter cake!

Layered simply with marzipan filling, covered in sliced almonds, and baked, if you’re looking for a touch of something different on the dessert table, maybe this one’s for you.

You’ll need a metric converter for this Easter brunch recipe, it’s the real deal.

Ingredients include: Egg yolks, lemon zest, ground almonds, sugar, and cornstarch.

Pears and goat cheese were just MADE to nestle together in all number of dishes and salads!  

This is a powerhouse of flavors that just may be the star of your Easter potluck. 

Maple dressing, too? 

Who’s making this one, cuz we are coming over for Easter dinner!

Ingredients include: Pear, goat cheese, maple syrup, dijon mustard, and candied pecans.

Cucumber Sandwiches are a classic, light, and refreshing snack perfect for any occasion. 

I have always preferred these open-faced, and if you use mini-cucumbers, they fit on the bread better.

Featuring thinly sliced cucumbers, a creamy mixture of mayo and herbs, and soft white bread for a delightful, easy-to-make treat. 

Ideal for tea parties, picnics, or a quick and healthy snack, these cucumber sandwiches are both delicious and elegant. 

We have some detailed instructions, tips on choosing the right cucumbers, and suggestions for creative variations.

Ingredients include:  White bread, cucumbers, mayo, paprika, salt, and pepper.

I make my own kind of peanut butter candies, but this recipe comes pretty close to the “hard core” peanut butter flavor that I am looking for. 

You know what I mean, the kind that only seems to be in a Reese’s PB Egg (or Christmas Tree or Pumpkin). 

These don’t require a candy mold either, so you can just shape them into eggs and coat them with a high-quality chocolate. 

I always recommend Ghirardelli for everything, from chips to cocoa to melting wafers, but you don’t have to. 

Remember to use milk chocolate (not dark) or the flavor isn’t quite the same.

Ingredients include: Creamy peanut butter, melting chocolate, vanilla extract, unsalted butter, and powdered sugar.

Greek Lemon Rice and Chicken Soup (Avgolemono) is a comforting, flavorful dish perfect for chilly days or when you’re feeling under the weather. 

If you’re in a part of the country where Easter brunch is probably going to be inside because the weather could be 70 or 30, this warming soup is for you.

This recipe combines tender chicken, rice, fresh lemon juice, and a blend of herbs for a deliciously satisfying meal. 

Ready in just 45 minutes, this soup is both easy to prepare and filled with wholesome ingredients. 

Visit Jo Cooks for the full recipe and step-by-step instructions to create this heartwarming, zesty soup.

Ingredients include: Onion, carrot, arborio rice, chicken broth, and chicken breast.

The bottom line

Celebrate the special holiday with any of these Easter brunch recipes–all lay the base for your festive day of Easter fun!

We’ve gathered some tried and true Chew recipes here and other brilliant brunch ideas on the internet. 

So better not miss out!

If you’re short on time and worried about not having enough time to add in another recipe, don’t worry! 

Some recipes on this list only take a few minutes to put together, so you can just focus on prepping the main event or creating new good memories with your family.  😊🐰

More Easter Recipes

103 Best Easter Brunch Recipes 🐰

103 Best Easter Brunch Recipes 🐰

From savory entrées to sweet treats, we've gathered all the best Easter brunch recipes that will make the celebration even more special and festive!

Ingredients

  • Miniature Avocado Toasts
  • Cucumber Gimlet
  • Easy Bacon Crackers
  • Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder
  • Cranberry Brie Bites
  • Goat Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes
  • Mini Pumpkin Bundt Cakes
  • Italian Hangover Cake
  • Zeppole
  • Honey-Rosemary Roast Lamb
  • Smoked Salmon And Cream Cheese Cucumber Bites
  • Bacon Dip With Maple Syrup
  • Oatmeal Cups With Yogurt And Fruit
  • Vegan Peaches & Cream Cake
  • Deviled Strawberries
  • Easter Cake Mix Cookies
  • Easy Spanakopita Bites
  • Ham And Cheese Pinwheels
  • Strawberry Banana Pancake Skewers
  • Strawberry Balsamic Crostini
  • Sausage Potato Casserole
  • Biscuits And Gravy Casserole
  • Spinach & Mushroom Quiche
  • Crab, Asparagus & Leek Quiche
  • Breakfast Enchiladas
  • Sweet Potato Sausage Breakfast Casserole
  • Sheet Pan Breakfast Bake
  • Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops
  • Prosciutto Egg Cups
  • Easy Baked Eggs Benedict Casserole
  • Italian Sub Brunch Casserole
  • Hawaiian Roll Breakfast Sliders
  • Easter Bunny Breakfast
  • Bacon, Egg, And Cheese Brunch Ring
  • Cinnamon French Toast
  • Carrot Ginger Soup
  • Blueberry Cream Cheese French Toast Casserole
  • French Toast Bake
  • Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
  • Apple Fritter Cinnamon Roll Bake
  • Nutella Baked French Toast Casserole
  • Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
  • Bunny Cinnamon Rolls
  • Bunny Butt Pancakes
  • Funfetti Cinnamon Rolls
  • Seafood Chowder
  • Shrimp Stuffed Avocados
  • Air Fried Bacon
  • Easter Bunny Spinach Dip
  • Cinnamon Sugar Easter Bunny Twists
  • Easter Toddler Snack Board
  • Citrus Salad With Champagne Vinaigrette
  • Avocado Deviled Eggs
  • Pineapple Avocado Salsa
  • Bunny Deviled Eggs
  • Fried Tomatoes With Corn Salsa
  • Sweet Italian Easter Pie
  • Tomato And Basil Bake
  • Air Fryer Baked Apples
  • Brown Butter And Thyme Potato Torte
  • 2-Ingredient Easter Chocolate Bunny Cocktails
  • Morning Mule Cocktail
  • Boozy Whipped Coffee
  • Blueberry Old Fashioned Cocktail
  • Champagne Brunch Punch
  • Grapefruit Sunrise Cocktail
  • Blushing Mimosas
  • Strawberry Lemonade Mimosa
  • Pineapple Orange Creamsicle Mimosas
  • Easy Green Mimosa
  • Dole Whip Brunch Mimosas
  • Pineapple Crunch Dessert
  • Tater Tot Casserole
  • Easter Fruit Fluff
  • Mexican “Layer Cake” Tortilla Casserole
  • Ambrosia Salad Recipe With Cool Whip
  • Italian Easter Pie | Pizza Rustica
  • Bunny Butt Cheese Ball
  • Green Salad With Apples, Cranberries & Pepitas
  • Grilled Tomatoes
  • Grilled Pineapple
  • Easy Bunny Shaped Cake
  • Quinoa Salad
  • Cold Ramen Noodle Salad
  • Traeger Smoked Ham
  • Creamy Confetti Corn
  • Jiffy Corn Casserole
  • Pear & Pomegranate Lamb Tagine
  • Crockpot Spiral Cut Ham With Brown Sugar & Pineapple
  • Glazed Easter Ham With Dr Pepper & Cloves
  • Cloud Eggs
  • Lemon Pasta Salad
  • Bacon, Spinach & Sweet Onion Quiche
  • Biko (Sinukmani)
  • Dutch Baby | German Pancake
  • Hot Cross Buns
  • Homemade Cinnamon Churros With Lemon Cream
  • Easter Simnel Cake
  • Mona de Pascua
  • Salad With Goat Cheese, Pears, Candied Pecans & Maple Dressing
  • Cucumber Sandwiches
  • Copycat Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs
  • Greek Lemon Rice Soup

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  1. Skim through our Easter Brunch Recipes list.
  2. Select the recipe or five that looks good.
  3. Prep the ingredients as instructed.
  4. Be sure to share this list of foodie finds!

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kathy

Wednesday 30th of March 2022

Everything looks so good! thanks for including the recipe's! And new recipe's just in time for summer! thanks

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