Easter Brunch Recipe Bonanza: 10 Recipes for Easter Brunch
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We're getting our Easter menu all set for a day of family, fun, and of course, food! We've got some of the best recipes for Easter Brunch around from freshly-baked breads to homemade French toast. When you're looking to get your Easter brunch menu set, our top 10 recipes for Easter brunch are sure to get your Easter Sunday menu good to go.
Asparagus Frittata: This brunch-worthy Asparagus Frittata is so quick to make but is sure to be talked about long after your get-together. It's the secret ingredients that add that special flavor that makes this frittata a stand-out Easter brunch recipe.
Zippy Bloody Mary: These cocktails are delicious, with or without alcohol. Try Zippy Bloody Marys the next time you've got company over, like when you're trying to decide on the best recipes for Easter brunch.
Quiche Lorraine: We've all seen quiche with lots of different fillings, but when it's accented with bacon this way, this Easter brunch recipe is like our old French standby.
Easter Brunch Punch: Serving punch at a holiday brunch or other party is not only festive, but it makes things easier for you as the host. Give our Easter Brunch Punch a try, and you'll see just what we mean. Everybody'll be happy you chose this recipe for Easter brunch, including you!
Praline French Toast: Our version of French toast is like having dessert for breakfast! A rich brown sugar glaze with crunchy pecans tops off buttery bread for an Easter brunch recipe that'll have everybody singing, 'OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!'
Lemon Poppy Seed Bread: Quick breads have maintained their popularity by being not only quick but also easy-to-make and packed with flavor. Our Lemon Poppy Seed Bread is no exception so make sure you bake up one of these for your Easter brunch!
Hot Cross Buns: No croissants or kaiser rolls will do on this holiday - no siree! We want the traditional icing-topped hot cross buns. And now that you know how easy they are to make, we bet you're going to start serving them more and more throughout the year!
Old-Fashioned Buttermilk Biscuits: Incredibly light and fluffy, Old-Fashioned Buttermilk Biscuits will simply melt in your mouth, just like Grandma's biscuits always did!
Cream Cheese Danish: Tired of boxed cereal or drive-thru biscuits for breakfast? This holiday season, wrap up one of our Danish squares, and you'll see why we think it's one of the best recipes for Easter brunch!