I actually haven’t decided what I’ll make for Easter brunch this year (I guess I should get on that), but it will definitely be one of the recipes you’re about to see.
Easter might look a little different this year for most of us. I’ll be spending it with my dad, with lots of FaceTime visits planned with family and friends. I love holiday meals, and Easter brunch is no exception. I’d say it’s right up there with Christmas brunch. I guess what I’m trying to say is I just love brunch!
Easter brunch recipes
I’ve collected some of my favorite brunch recipes for you (and me!) to get some inspiration for their holiday brunch. Each recipe is vegetarian, and there’s a mix of sweet and savory so you can satisfy every palette!
Whatever your Easter looks like this year, I hope you feel love (whether from near or far) and spend the day eating delicious food and doing something that makes you happy. Turns out, eating delicious food is what makes me HAPPIEST! Haha…dig in!
This savory bread pudding is made with goat cheese and honey and a bit of spice! You can make it ahead of time so you can just pop it in the oven. It’s perfect for brunch, lunch, or even dinner. It’s unique, and it’ll impress your friends without them knowing how easy it is to make.
My broccoli cheddar egg & hash brown casserole is a vegetarian breakfast option everyone will love! It’s super simple to make and makes for great leftovers.
This vegetarian wife saver breakfast casserole is perfect for Christmas morning, Easter morning, or ANY morning — just prepare it the night before and bake in the morning!
This easy French toast casserole recipe is made with cinnamon raisin bread, cream cheese, and just a few other ingredients for the most delicious Easter breakfast ever!
My easy breakfast casserole is made with eggs, cottage cheese, roasted red peppers, and other yummy ingredients that your whole family will love!
Keep it simple with this simple scrambled eggs recipe. So, if you’re serving just yourself (or a small crowd) this year, this is the kind of recipe perfect for groups of all sizes. And need I mention they’re ready in under 10 minutes?
Ever added caramelized pears and some vanilla bean extract to a perfected Dutch baby pancake recipe? It leaves you with the most perfect, crowd-pleasing breakfast or brunch!
I’m finishing this off with a classic! Dutch baby puff pancakes are so easy to make. They also only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
Now, what did you decide for your Easter brunch? Let me know down in the comments!
XO – C