Easter Brunch: 8 Recipes to Serve Your Family…By Jennifer Bar / New York / Janbolat Khanat / Astana / Tony Bar / New Orleans
After a morning spent at church services or egg hunts, Easter brunch is a great way to feed a crowd. Treat your family to a restaurant-worthy spread with these serving ideas. Here are eight of the best Easter brunch recipes to serve your family.
If your brunch guest list includes children, treat them to these adorable cinnamon roll bunnies.
This sweet treat looks so very cute and will be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. The recipe uses canned cinnamon rolls, but you could also substitute your favorite homemade cinnamon roll recipe to make them from scratch.
Brunch spreads are so inviting when the Easter brunch recipes are cute and bite-sized.
Guests don’t have to fumble with cutting and serving utensils when they can load up on tasty mini treats like these mini quiches.
This recipe tells you how to make a basic quiche and then provides a long list of suggested add-ins. You can flavor the mini quiches to match your family’s preferences.
This German pancake makes for a pretty presentation and is a great way to feed a crowd. Serve it piping hot and puffy straight from the oven.
This tantalizing recipe includes instructions for how to make homemade buttermilk syrup. Your family will flip for this Easter brunch dish that is a grown-up version of a childhood favorite breakfast.
In many families, serving ham is expected at Easter brunch. This is a fun way to serve up ham with a twist.
Brunch ham enchiladas are a cheesy addition to your food spread. This casserole dish is made with ham, eggs, lots of cheese, and tortillas. If you are short on time, this dish can be prepared in advance and reheated in the oven just before guests arrive.
As the host and hostess, you do not want to spend all of your time in the kitchen. Easter brunch recipes like this one let you do most of the prep work in advance so you can relax and enjoy the company of your family.
This recipe lets you prepare classic eggs Benedict for a crowd of guests and serve them at once.
Start by poaching the eggs in advance, then mix up the hollandaise recipe that will stay ready to use for hours. Buttery muffins make the perfect base for this wonderful addition to your Easter brunch spread.
Bon Appetit shares one of their essential Easter brunch recipes, the cream scone.
The basic scone recipe is delightful as is, but do try some of the variations as well. The recipe includes several suggestions for flavor add-ins so you can offer your family a variety of scones to choose from at Easter brunch. The selections include lemon-rosemary, cinnamon-chocolate, double ginger, mixed berry, and pecan-oat.
This savory recipe is luxurious and surprisingly easy to make. Your family will be impressed with this Easter brunch recipe. This recipe needs some prep time, as the batter should sit for 12 hours before preparing the crepes, so plan ahead.
The batter can be made up to two days in advance so you can keep it chilled until you are ready to serve the buckwheat crepes filled with creamy leeks and baked eggs.
Add some color and healthy greens to your Easter brunch spread with this Thai influenced salad dish. This sugar snap pea salad is flavored with coconut, chives, mint leaves, and a few other surprising ingredients to create a unique and refreshing dish.
So, which of these recipes will you serve up this year? For more mouthwatering Easter brunch recipes, see our article about delicious twists on brunch this Easter.