Celebrate Easter with a special brunch… Check these easy and delicious Easter brunch recipes, from egg dishes to casseroles and more! Gather your family and friends for a memorable Easter meal.
Easter is a time of celebration, and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious Easter brunch?
Brunch is a meal that is typically served between breakfast and lunch.
It is usually a combination of both breakfast and lunch dishes that are served in one sitting.
Brunch is popular for special occasions like Easter and Mother‘s Day.
It is a great way to share a meal with family and friends. Brunch is also a popular weekend meal, as it is a great way to start the day off in a relaxed, leisurely fashion.
Whether you are hosting a big family gathering or a small gathering of friends, these Easter brunch recipes are the perfect way to start the day.
You want to include a variety of dishes that will please everyone. Start off with some delicious breakfast items like fried or poached eggs, omelettes, French toast, pancakes or waffles.
Serve a variety of fresh fruits, pastries and breakfast breads for a light start to the morning.
Classic Easter Brunch Recipes
For the main course, consider a roasted ham or turkey, potatoes and vegetables.
For a filling and festive side dish, try a deviled egg and potato salad.
If you are looking for something a bit more unique, try an egg–in–a–basket or egg–in–a–muffin.
As for dessert, there are many options to choose from.
Serve up a classic Easter cake, carrot cake, or a lemon meringue pie. For a lighter dessert, consider a fruit salad or a trifle.
For a special treat, bake up some chocolate Easter eggs or bunny–shaped cookies.
Let’s celebrate Easter!
Just to give you some extra inspiration, I assembled 20 highly tasty Easter brunch recipes in this roundup below…
Take a look and pick what you like the most!
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20 Best Easter Brunch Recipes
Celebrate Easter with a special brunch…
Take a look at these easy and delicious Easter brunch recipes, from egg dishes to casseroles and more!
Gather your family and friends for a memorable Easter meal.
Click on the pictures or links below and you will immediately be redirected to the right page!
1. Mimosas (Basil and Bubbly)
Let’s kick this Easter brunch recipes roundup off with an all time classic.
These mimosas by Marianne from Basil and Bubbly!
And here is what she says about them: “Mimosas… Let’s’ talked about what really matters in life: all things related to champagne. Well this mimosa is the quintessential champagne drink, most probably because it is an acceptable morning drink or brunch cocktail, loved by young and old. You would be surprised how easy mimosas are to make!”
Cheers to that.
2. Southern Deviled Eggs (Home Made Interest)
Another quintessential classic among the Easter brunch recipes…
Deviled eggs of course! Easter without eggs just isn’t right.
I found these cuties made made Kat and Melinda, best friends who are behind the website Home Made Interest.
Here’s what they say about these eggs: “Trust us, these Southern style deviled eggs made with relish are the best deviled eggs recipe you will ever make. The sweet relish perfectly balances out the tanginess of the mayo and mustard for an unforgettable flavor.”
I’m definitely in.
Thanks Kat and Melinda!
3. Quiche Lorraine (Bake It With Love)
Say ‘Easter brunch recipes’ and you think of quiche.
I love a good classic quiche, and that is exactly what I found over at Bake It With Love, Angela is the food blogger behind this recipe.
And she says this about it: “This savory quiche lorraine is a classic French tart: an open-faced pastry crust filled with delicious cheese, bacon and a creamy egg custard. You can also add extra vegetables and such to take this quiche from yummy to extraordinary! My tasty quiche Lorraine is baked in an easy homemade pie crust, serve it warm for a special breakfast or Easter brunch treat!”
4. Ham and Cheese Strata (31 Daily)
Next up in our Easter brunch recipes collection…
A new one for me! This ham and cheese strata that I found on 31 Daily where Stephany Wilson shares her delicious recipes.
And she says this about it: “This ham and cheese strata is the perfect make ahead Easter breakfast casserole if you are feeding a bunch of people. It is packed with delicious and yet the simplest ingredients that everyone definitely loves for brunch. I love that you can prep this strata the evening before, leave it in the fridge overnight and just pop it in the oven the next morning.”
5. Biscuits and Gravy (Saving Room For Dessert)
Nope, that wouldn’t work for me.
Easter brunch without biscuits and gravy would be soooo sad! I love this treat, and this right here is the recipe that I love the most: credits go to Tricia from Saving Room For Dessert.
And she says: “Comfort food! I was 12 the first time I made homemade sausage gravy and biscuits for my family. I didn’t often take on the role of chef back then, I was more my mom’s sous chef in the kitchen. However ever since these biscuits and gravy on the holidays became my go to creation, and a chance to shine!”
This recipe is absolutely to die for, believe me!
6. Easter Spring Salad with Eggs & Tarragon Dressing (The View From Great Island)
Let’s take a break from the carbs for now.
My Easter brunch recipes roundup could do with some vegetables! And I found just what I need over at The View From Great Island, a website by Sue Moran.
Here is what she says about this salad: “My spring salad with eggs and creamy tarragon dressing is a lovely addition to any spring breakfast or Easter brunch table. It contains shaved fresh seasonal spring vegetables such as asparagus, fennel and radishes. Top this salad off with crunchy pistachios, silky goat cheese and creamy boiled eggs. And that tarragon dressing? That is to die for.”
Doesn’t this salad just ooze Easter vibes?!
7. Baked Easter Ham with Brown Sugar & Mustard Glaze (Kitchen Sanctuary)
Where’s the protein in this Easter brunch recipes roundup?
I can hear you say, and you are right. Easter brunch for me means ham, period.
And the perfect Easter ham recipe for that comes from Nicky who is the food blogger behind Kitchen Sanctuary. I have known her for ages and you bet that this ham is not the only recipe on her website that would brighten up your Easter brunch table!
Minimal effort is required for this easy baked ham with brown sugar and mustard glaze – but you get maximum flavor and joy in return!
8. Bacon Wrapped Green Beans
I was actually looking for bacon wrapped asparagus for this Easter brunch recipes.
But then I realised that I have a similar recipe here on my very own website that would definitely work for Easter brunch: my cute little bacon wrapped green beans.
They are so easy to make in advance, after that these bundles only need 15 minutes in the oven! The perfect side dish for Nicky’s baked ham we just talked about by the way.
You can find the same bacon wrapped green beans in the freezer department here in Belgium, especially around Christmas time.
But I like to prepare them from scratch at home!
9. Cheese Gougères, French Cheese Puffs (A Baking Journey)
Are you in for a little baking experiment?
That’s where Sylvia from A Baking Journey comes in: how delicious do these freshly baked cheese puffs look!
She says this: “These classic cheese gougères or French Gruyère cheese puffs are so light and fluffy. They are a delicious appetizer for your next dinner party, Easter brunch or finger food for a wine tasting!”
That sounds awesome.
10. Watermelon Mandarin & Feta Fruit Salad (Beyond Frosting)
We already have vegetables in this Easter brunch recipes.
What about fruits?
Julianne from Beyond Frosting takes care of that: look at this vibrant fruit and feta cheese salad!
And she says: “This healthy and flavorful watermelon and mandarin salad with feta cheese is the perfect light Easter brunch, lunch or summer side dish. In it you can find a delicious combination of fruits and vegetables, topped off with a lush olive oil dressing!”
Definitely a winner Easter salad.
11. Scalloped Potatoes Dauphinoise
This is a French scalloped potato bake with garlic, nutmeg and cream! And also the perfect potato side dish for our Easter brunch.
Who doesn’t like a good old garlic and potato bake?
Baked ham, bacon wrapped green beans and this French dauphinoise potatoes au gratin.
Sounds like a great Easter feast!
12. Sausage Breakfast Casserole (Sweet And Savory Meals)
If you are feeding a crowd, then casseroles are a blessing!
An Easter brunch roundup without a casserole isn’t right. But Catalina from Sweet And Savory Meals. got us covered with her savory sausage breakfast casserole!
And she says: “This sausage breakfast casserole is such a simple dish that contains everyday ingredients such as eggs, sausage, bell pepper, cheddar cheese and bacon. The perfect way to start your Easter morning!”
I second that.
13. Eggs Benedict (Natasha’s Kitchen)
Another classic that I just hd to include in my Easter brunch recipes roundup…
Eggs Benedict of course! Anything eggs for Easter, and Natasha Kravchuk from Natasha’s Kitchen has the ultimate recipe for us.
This is what she says about it: “Let me show you how to make the best eggs Benedict with poached eggs and easy hollandaise sauce! These eggs are a famous American treat and it is also a staple on every restaurant breakfast menu. However from now on you will be able to perfectly recreate this breakfast classic at home.”
We can’t wait to try it out.
14. Lemon Sweet Rolls (The Seaside Baker)
Time for something sweet?
Cinnamon rolls are my go to sweet breakfast treat, but I thought I should look for a recipe with a twist for this Easter brunch recipes roundup. And that is how I found Jackie over at The Seaside Baker.
And she says: “These lemon sweet rolls are the perfect Easter morning breakfast. Soft and fluffy bread, beautifully combined with a zippy lemon curd and delicious lemon cream cheese glaze. I made lemon curd myself, but you can use store-bought lemon curd as well.”
What a lovely sweet treat…
15. Asparagus and Egg Tart with Smoked Salmon (Living Lou)
Salmon, eggs, asparagus and puff pastry.
What’s not to love?! This lovely tart is made by Louisa from Living Lou.
I have been following her for ages as well, and this recipe has Easter brunch written all over it!
Louisa says: “Eggs are the quintessential ingredient for Easter; both the sweet chocolate ones and also the fresh, local chicken ones. This recipe is all about fresh eggs which makes it the ultimate shareable brunch recipe: this puff pastry tart with asparagus, eggs, smoked salmon and goat cheese.”
Love the flavors and vibrant colors!
16. Hot Cross Bun Pancakes (Simply Delicious Food)
I was looking for a hot cross bun recipe for this Easter brunch recipes roundup.
But then I saw these hot cross bun pancakes by Alida who is behing Simply Delicious Food.
And she says: “These hot cross bun pancakes are the perfect Easter breakfast or brunch treat if you are feeding a crowd. I added chocolate chips to the pancake batter (because what’s Easter without chocolate) but they can easily be left out. Same for the raisins. These hot cross bun pancakes are your decadent hot cross bun fix without having to make actual hot cross buns. Happy Easter!”
That sounds fantastic.
17. Smoked Salmon Terrine
Another make ahead recipe!
And this time it contains smoked salmon: check out my individual smoked salmon terrines!
You can make them in the evening and after baking the terrines, just let them chill in the fridge for the rest of the night.
Only remove the terrines an hour before you intend to serve them so that the smoked salmon can reach room temperature: that will make the flavor come out so much more, believe me!
18. Grilled Potato Salad with Snap Peas & Burrata (Well Seasoned Studio)
How about we add another salad to this Easter brunch recipes roundup?
One with all the bells and whistles, like this next loaded potatoes salad by Ari Laing from Well Seasoned Studio.
And she says this about it: “This grilled potato salad with burrata also contains crispy snap peas, pancetta, fresh chives and dill. A winner flavor and texture combination of hot and cold, creamy and crunchy, light and fresh. Perfect all year round!”
And another lovely addition to my Easter brunch recipes roundup.
19. Homemade Shredded Hash Browns (Spend with Pennies)
Crunchy potatoes anyone?
Hash browns are also an Easter brunch recipes staple, and the ones that Holly from Spend with Pennies makes looks just perfect.
Here is what she says about them: “This recipe for homemade shredded hash browns is made with the simplest of ingredients: all you need are grated potatoes, seasonings and some eggs.”
How easy could it be!
20. Carrot Cake Roll (Dessert Now Dinner Later)
And why not close this Easter brunch recipes roundup off with a sweet treat!
Carrot cake is another Easter classic, but let’s try something different this year: this cake roll by Amber from Dessert Now Dinner Later.
And she says: “This moist carrot cake roll is the ultimate Easter sweet dessert, with a creative twist. Homemade spiced carrot cake, rolled up with the most fantastic cream cheese frosting you will ever make. This carrot cake roll is beautiful, delicious, and so very easy to make at home.”