25 Incredible Easter Brunch Recipes

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Do you host an Easter Brunch?  It’s a great time for everyone to get together and celebrate so many things – the holiday itself, Spring, and the joy of family and friends.  One of my favorite dishes to save is Easter Breakfast Pie.  It’s always a crowd-pleaser and easy to make, giving me extra time to spend with my guests enjoying the day!

25 Incredible Easter Brunch Recipes

I’ve also come across some more fabulous Easter brunch recipes I wanted to share with you.  Not only are they perfect for serving, they’re sure to be a hit if you bring them to someone else’s home as well!  Take a look:

1. Lemon Coconut Easter Cake
2. Berry Cream Tarts
3. Tex-Mex Breakfast Egg Bake
4. Cream Filled Coffee Cake
5. Dusted Dutch Strawberry Pancakes
6. Sweet Irish Breakfast Scones
7. French Toast Souffle (with gluten free version)
8. Easy Pull Apart Monkey Bread
9. Blueberry Lemon Breakfast Cake
10. Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast
11. Chocolate Croissants
12. White Chocolate Covered Strawberry “Carrots”
13. Ham Casserole
14. Breakfast Empanadas with Smoky Cheese Dip
15. Holiday Brunch Casserole Recipe
16. Shakshouka
17. Frittata with Ham and Asparagus
18. Steak and Asparagus Benedict
19. Bacon Spinach Quiche
20. Bacon, Cheese, and Chive Scones
21. Bacon, Egg, and Cheese HashBrown Muffins – This is gluten-free, too!
22. Sausage Cinnamon Roll Ups
23. Spinach, Cheese, and Egg Souffle
24. Easy Egg and Toast Cups
25. Savory Veggie Strata

Also try these delicious muffin recipes, too:


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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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    • Linda A. Kinsman
    • March 10, 2015
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    My Grand mom used to host an Easter brunch that was filled with so many good eats! When I got married, my husband’s family preferred an early dinner over brunch- but these recipe ideas has me wanting to do a nice brunch this year. Really enjoying your recipe round ups.

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