Make one or all of these Easter brunch recipes and create a delicious and cute table full of food that people will talk about all week!
Whether you’re looking for spring breakfast ideas or something fun to enjoy for brunch or lunch, all of these recipes deserve to be on your table.
Want more recipes like this? Sign up to get them right in your inbox!
The Perfect Easter Brunch
What kind of food do you like to eat a brunch? It can be anything from a typical breakfast food to something more “lunchy.” There really isn’t a hard or fast rule to brunch.
Actually, there is one very important rule. It needs to taste delicious and look like it tastes delicious! After all, brunch is a fun time to chat and laugh, so the food should be that good too.
I chose all of these recipes because they are just as delicious as they are fun to look at. You’ll be proud to serve them to your guests.
Keep reading – I didn’t just choose yummy food, I also picked out a few fun drinks!
1. Croissant French Toast
Fluffy and delicate, this croissant French toast casserole makes enough for a small party and is a fun twist on a classic breakfast dish. Topping it with strawberries doesn’t just make it look better, it tastes perfect together, too.
2. Raspberry Lemon Tarts
Even though tarts are kind of a dessert, these little individual raspberry lemon tarts are perfect for breakfast or brunch. The sweet and tart combination makes them perfect! Plus, they are made in individual containers, so they are easy to hand out to guests.
3. Hershey Bar Banana Bread
Banana bread is usually slightly sweet. But if you have a sweet tooth, you’ll flip for this chocolate banana bread recipe! It melts in your mouth and smells incredible as it bakes. You could even make mini loaves and hand them out to your guests.
4. Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole
Don’t forget to serve something savory with all this sweetness! A hashbrown breakfast casserole is a really easy breakfast recipe that feeds lots of people. Plus, you can customize it. If you want to make a low-carb version, make it without the hashbrowns. It’s so easy!
5. Red Velvet Pancakes
While pancakes are a staple brunch item, be a little extra! Make some red velvet pancakes with buttercream frosting on top. It is a fancy way to make something everyone loves.
6. Lemon Muffins
Every breakfast or brunch needs muffins! Lemons are light and refreshing, and this lemon muffins recipe is so easy that you’ll be able to make double batches and hand out leftovers to guests to take home. The crumb topping is the best part of the muffins.
7. Breakfast Enchiladas
These breakfast enchiladas are another savory addition to your brunch table. One pan will feed eight people, so it’s really easy to make enough for your guests. Plus, you can make them ahead of time and just head them up before breakfast. They are that easy!
8. Lemon Donuts
Fresh and zesty lemon donuts are tastier than stale grocery store donuts. They have the perfect crumble and the light vanilla glaze melts on your tongue. Make a donut tree or set them out on a stand. You’ll definitely want to show them off.
9. Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Carrot cake recipes are always perfect for Easter. Carrot cake cupcakes are a cross between a cupcake and a muffin. They are made with real shredded carrots and topped with cream cheese frosting. Both cupcakes and muffins are perfect for parties because they are already pre-served.
Love these recipes? Get our latest recipes in your inbox. Sign up now!
10. Easter Lemon Poppyseed Bundt Cake
This simple lemon poppyseed bundt cake has tart lemon flavors mixed with nutty poppyseed – and all topped with an incredible vanilla glaze. The fun part is decorating this cake with Easter sprinkles and decorations.
11. Pacific Blue Sangria
And now let’s wrap up the list of Easter brunch recipes with some drinks! This blue sangria recipe is super popular. It looks fancy and tastes refreshing thanks to the real lemon. It’s an alcohol drink with a big flavor profile.
12. DIY Cold Brew Coffee
If you want something non-alcoholic and caffeinated, then make some cold brew coffee. You can make a big pitcher of it and then mix up individual drinks for your guests. It’s fun to play around with creamer and syrup combos.
There you go! I hope you enjoyed these Easter brunch recipes. They are sweet, savory, and a lot of fun to make. Share them with your friends and don’t forget to pin them so you can find them later.