Whether you’re hosting Easter Sunday brunch or bringing a dish to your family or friends house, don’t start cooking until you’ve seen this mouthwatering roundup.
SAVORY EGGY DELIGHTS
Nothing screams brunch like an oozy, golden egg! Check out these tempting dishes — many can be made a day ahead, so you can enjoy Easter morning with your guests!
Let’s start with an eye-popping egg dish. This gorgeous Asparagus Shakshuka by Recipes From A Pantry takes 5 minutes to make and 40 minutes to bake! Perfect for Easter Sunday Brunch! Winner!
I love the portability aspect of these Baked Egg Boats – a handheld breakfast sammy to nibble while you give hints to your Easter egg hunters — “You’re getting warmer!” Recipe from A Side of Sweet.
This Roasted Asparagus Mushroom Quiche will have your guests raving! Many thanks to Trails To Table for sharing her recipe!
If you’ve never made Coddled Eggs before, now’s your chance. The easy tutorial from Wholesome Yum will make you a pro in no time!
Ratatouille Quiche is loaded with spring veg and can be made the day before and reheated when you’re ready to eat – and don’t those colors scream spring?!! Make a double batch and feed a crowd for Easter Sunday brunch. Recipe by Garlic & Zest.
Is there anything more glorious than a perfectly poached egg atop a nest of spinach, canadian bacon plus a toasted muffin? Douse it with hollandaise sauce and these Eggs Florentine are Easter brunch nirvana! Recipe by What A Girl Eats.
Kimchi Eggs in Hell with Turkey Sausage and Feta is an easy one-skillet remix of a classic. Instead of using pepper spices to get that fiery look and taste, this recipe uses kimchi. Not your traditional Easter brunch dish. Via Meg Is Well.
If you’re feeling really adventurous, fire up the barbecue for these tempting Eggs in a Bun from The BBQ Bastard.
Tomatoes and sautéed kale are topped with soft scrambled eggs and a cheesy béchamel in this Cheesy Tomato Egg Gratin! The ultimate comfort food by Garlic & Zest.
All the colors and flavors of spring are present in this beautiful Asparagus and Egg Tart with Smoked Salmon! Perfect for Easter brunch. Shared by Living Lou.
This completely unexpected twist on brunch checks all the boxes! Eggs, veggies and cheese, in pizza form! Asparagus Brunch Pizza is ready for your Easter brunch in 30 minutes! Recipe by Cooking with Curls.
SWEET GRIDDLES AND BAKES
My daughter would say that it’s not breakfast without a sweet bake or syrup-topped delicacy. I think these mouthwatering dishes qualify!
Brown Sugar Banana French Toast Casserole is filled with brown sugar caramel sauce, sliced bananas, and a brown sugar crumble topping – plus, you make it the night before! Thanks to Celebrating Sweets for sharing her recipe!
Coconut Orange Buttermilk Pancakes. ‘Nuff said. Check out the secret ingredient in this fluffy stack! By Garlic & Zest
Blintz Souffle with Blueberry Sauce. Assemble the souffle ahead of time, leave it in the fridge, and pop it in the oven before company arrives. Easter brunch made easy. Recipe from What A Girl Eats.
This Bananas Foster French Toast Casserole will be the best food coma you’ll ever experience! This one reminds me of the Easter Sunday brunch they serve at Commander’s Palace in New Orleans. Don’t forget the whipped cream! Via Certified Pastry Aficionado.
A Liège waffle is chewy, dense and totally unlike American waffles! Made from a thick brioche dough and kneaded with Belgian Pearl Sugar. Start this one the night before! Copycat Waffle Love Liege Waffles recipe by House Of Nash Eats.
If you’re from the south, you know all about Southern-Style Chicken and Waffles. If you’re not — YOU WANT TO KNOW! Recipe by Garlic & Zest.
Blueberry Strawberry French Toast Casserole is perfect for Easter with fresh berries and lush custard-soaked bread! Thanks to The Flavor Mosaic for sharing the recipe!
Vanilla Buckwheat Waffles are topped with Maple Pineapple — SWOON!!! Submitted by Recipes From A Pantry.
Buns and Breads
Whether you prefer a savory bread or a side of sweet, I know you’ll want a little of everything from this bread basket!!!
Light, fluffy and studded with chips, Chocolate and Orange Hot Cross Buns are a must for every Easter table. Thanks to Marsha’s Baking Addiction for sharing her recipe!
Did someone say BACON? Puffed and light, you’ll want these Bacon and Goat Cheese Popovers by Striped Spatula on your buffet!
I love the glaze and crunchy nut topping on these Eggless Chocolate Chip Scones! Recipe by Mommy’s Home Cooking.
With a recipe passed down from her grandmother, Kelly creates holiday memories with this egg-enriched lightly sweet Paska Bread. Thanks to Trial and Eater for sharing her family’s favorite Easter Sunday brunch dishes!
Speaking of family favorites these Angel Flake Biscuits with Salty Ham are another Easter brunch tradition and they feed a crowd! Recipe from Garlic & Zest.
These Hot Cross Buns are perfection on a plate! Recipe by Drizzld.
You can’t go wrong with New Orleans Beignets! Recipe via Rasa Malaysia.