Preparing Easter brunch can easily become a daunting task but when you have simple but crowd pleasing recipes on hand, there is nothing to worry about. These delectable brunch recipes will make Easter cooking a breeze.
No one can say no to a homemade muffin, especially if it is banana oat. Overly ripe bananas are best for this recipe because they have the highest sugar so yield the best flavored muffins. The oats add texture and extra fiber. This recipe is dairy-free and gluten-free.
You always need something sweet on your Easter table to counter the savory dishes. This blueberry lemon cake is light, mildly sweet and sings spring. The cake is flavored with fresh lemon juice and zest as well as the glaze. The blueberries burst with juice with each bite.
Every cook needs an easy Easter recipe and this casserole fits the bills. The asparagus, onions and potatoes are roasted in the oven with dried herbs until tender. Once cooled, the roasted vegetables are combined with whipped eggs, ham and mushrooms. The casserole is baked for 25 minutes until set. You can make this dish ahead of time and warm it in the oven just before serving.
Mini bacon egg breakfast cups are the perfect Easter brunch dish. You can make up to twelve individual portions at once thanks to the use of a muffin tin. This recipe great for family gatherings, especially when you're feeding a crowd.
Breakfast bread bowls are the best way to avoid cleaning Easter dishes. The entire meal is made in a bread bowl so you do not have to worry about using multiple platters and silverware. You can either prepare all the bread bowls in the same way or allow your guests to customize their own bread bowl.
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