Easter Brunch Recipes
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Whether you’re arriving home from church or winding down from an energetic egg hunt, Easter brunch has always been a well-enjoyed holiday tradition. Nothing brings friends and families together like warm comfort food, and what better time to feast than on Easter Sunday? This collection of hearty and delicious dishes is sure to gather a crowd around the table. Hop into spring with these Easter brunch recipes!
Ain’t B’s Cinnamon Bread:
This easy recipe produces a moist bread that can be used for delectable French toast, or savored on its own with a cup of coffee or tea. A copious amount of cinnamon makes this bread a flavorful breakfast treat that is sweet enough to be dessert.
A Hungry Man’s Quiche:
Egg, ham, and potato make this breakfast pie a filling main course that can be eaten any time of day. Flaky crust and plenty of cheese will have even the picky eaters at your Easter table reaching for seconds. The best part is that this dish is so simple and quick to make, there will be plenty to go around!
Braided Holiday Brunch Loaf:
Here’s a holiday loaf that’s more than just bread. This unique “twist” on breakfast has all the necessities of a hearty meal—eggs, ham, and potato-folded into a delicious crust that can be prepared in four simple steps. It’s certain to fill up your guests, but that doesn’t mean they won’t come back for more!
This recipe is proof that a breakfast strudel doesn’t have to be made with fruit. Sausage and cheese make this baked delight reminiscent of breakfast but satisfying enough for lunch. A sausage-filled breakfast strudel will certainly spice up your brunch menu!
Breakfast Fruit Crisp:
A sweet, and slightly crunchy, topping is the perfect complement to any fruit. Pick your favorite fruits and berries and bake them under these sugary, buttery oats. The results will be sure to delight!