Easter Brunch Recipe Roundup
Happy belated Easter! This year was the first good Easter since 2019. Covid-times. Am I right?!
I hosted Easter brunch at my house. Between my husband's deviled eggs, my brunch dishes, and my BFF Jaclyn's desserts we outdid ourselves with the food!
I rounded up our Easter brunch recipes to share with you:
Million Dollar Deviled Eggs
Every year Bryce (aka Mr. Figs) makes deviled eggs for easter. This year he made million dollar deviled eggs by Sugar Spun Run.
These deviled eggs are over the top delicious! The secret ingredient is butter, spoiler alert. Bryce kindly served some with bacon, some with paprika, and some with green onion.
Caprese is an Italian classic that's perfect for brunch.
Grab the pre-sliced fresh mozzarella from Costco, slice your tomatoes, and top with basil (and/or pesto), olive oil, balsamic reduction (or vinegar), salt and pepper.
So easy and so delicious!
Bagels and Lox
Another super easy brunch dish, bagels and lox makes for a great little serve yourself station.
Toast, slice, and top bagels with cream cheese. Let guests chose capers, raw or pickled red onions, and the 3 types of smoked salmon from Costco.
I wanted mini bagels but couldn't find them anywhere!
What's the deal with grape salad? I'd never made or eaten it before! I found and made this grape salad and totally fell in love with it!
It was a great brunch fruit option and it was also great as leftovers. I got the grapes from Costco, duh.
When I make grape salad again I'll candy the pecans first and try swapping in some mascarpone or greek yogurt a la this other recipe.
Hash Brown Casserole
I don't eat meat and we served deviled eggs. Coming up with the rest of a brunch menu without meat or more eggs was complicated.
This copy cat Cracker Barrel hash brown casserole was just the thing to round out our brunch menu.
I added vegetarian sausage and sautéed the onions before adding them both to the casserole. This is pretty standard potato/cheese goodness so feel free to get creative with add-ins.
Chocolate Chip Pancake Bake
My BFF Jaclyn made this chocolate chip pancake bake from Delish.
The kids and adults alike loved this sweet brunch dessert.
Take Jaclyn's advice and make the pancakes in advance, otherwise it's a long process!
Plug #4 for Costco, they've got the most legit maple syrup.
Another contribution from the ever creative Jaclyn, it's coffee caviar.
I watched Jaclyn make the "caviar" the day before Easter.
The coffee caviar was strong and delicious and the whole dessert tasted like something you'd get in a restaurant!
Jaclyn says to follow the instructions carefully, the recipe is very precise. Use flavored instant coffee (hazelnut) and Kona brewed coffee. Top with homemade whipped cream and shaved cinnamon or chocolate.
Thanks for sharing this Easter Recipe Roundup with us.
We outdid ourselves with this menu and hope you'll pass this along to your foodie friends, too.
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