Keep it stress-free this year with these easy Easter Brunch recipes that you can make ahead or put together with little effort. You’ll find scrumptious ways to serve your family and friends with a variety of delicious savory and sweet treats that are always crowd-pleasers. From casseroles to sheet pan ideas and from muffins to salads, you’ll find appetizing brunch items that adults, as well as kids, will appreciate. Find ways to serve all those Easter favorites such as eggs, carrots, coconut, greens, and more, right here in this collection of easy brunch recipes that are perfect for spring and beyond.
20 Easy Easter Brunch Recipes
Overnight Hash Brown Casserole by I Heart Eating
You can make this savory hash brown casserole the night before and slide it in the oven the next morning. It’s full of cooked and crumbled bacon, chopped veggies, eggs, cheese, and hash browns. The flavors develop overnight so once it’s baked, it’s a delicious casserole just waiting to be devoured.
Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal by Two Peas And Their Pod
Baked oatmeal is an easy brunch item and this carrot cake-inspired recipe is perfect for Easter. To your old-fashioned oats, you’ll add shredded coconut, grated carrots, raisins, chopped pecans, brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg spices. Egg and almond milk go in, too. Bake it and top with a delicious cream cheese and maple syrup glaze.
Sheet Pan Eggs by Spaceships And Laser Beams
What’s more traditional than eggs for Easter brunch? Make these appetizing fried eggs for a crowd on a sheet pan. They’ll “fry” up perfectly in your oven and you can make two batches – one for soft egg yolks and one for hard egg yolks. Simple and efficient!
Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins by Jo Cooks
The bright flavor of lemon juice and zest join with poppy seeds in these simple muffins that are perfect for brunch. The batter is an easy mix that contains sour cream to keep them flavorful and moist. Add a sweet lemon glaze for an irresistible topping.
Ham And Cheese Pinwheels by Well Plated
Pinwheels are always a hit with kids as well as adults, and here, these zesty deli ham and Gruyere cheese roll-ups are flavored with Dijon mustard and chopped chives. Make the large roll-up the night before so it can chill in the fridge before slicing the next day. Bake them until golden and the cheese begins to melt.
Cinnamon Sugar Bunnies by It’s Always Autumn
Ridiculously easy, you can add a cinnamon-sugar mixture to puff pastries and then twist them into bunny shapes for a sweet treat that’s perfect for Easter. Pipe on a puff of white frosting for a bunny tail and offer up this adorable treat.
Bacon Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs With Roasted Garlic And Asparagus by How Sweet Eats
An Easter brunch wouldn’t be the same without deviled eggs and here’s your opportunity to up-level the basic recipe with some extras to make it special for the holidays. Crumbled bacon, blue cheese, and chives get added to the cooked egg yolk mixture along with seasonings plus some mayo and mustard. Top each deviled egg with the tip of a roasted asparagus stalk for an eye-catching display.
Crudité Platter With Dairy-Free Tzatziki Sauce by Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
A colorful array of fresh veggies on a platter with a dipping sauce is always appropriate for brunch. Celery, cherry tomatoes, radish, carrots, florets of broccoli, and cauliflower will make a stunning display. The easy Greek yogurt Tzatziki sauce is perfect for this spring crudité ensemble.
Classic Quiche Lorraine by Saving Dessert
This classic egg, cheese and bacon quiche can be made the night before and reheated before serving. This is an adaptable recipe so you can add ingredients to the filling such as diced ham and other veggies. It’s always a hit and super easy to make.
Lemon Coconut White Chocolate Gooey Bars by Averie Cooks
Lemon and coconut join to make these melt-in-your-mouth dessert bars that will be a luscious addition to your Easter brunch table. It all starts with a lemon cake mix that’s jazzed up with white chocolate, shredded coconut, and sweetened condensed milk. Make these the day before so they can cool and firm up in the fridge overnight before slicing. Easy and delish!
Smoked Salmon Cucumber Tea Sandwiches by Joyful Healthy Eats
Cucumber slices and smoked salmon are always a delicious pairing and here, you’ll add them to a round of bread that’s been dressed with seasoned cream cheese, for good measure. Use your favorite kind of bread that’s not too soft. Use a round cookie cutter to punch out the bread circles before adding the toppings. Easy and always a pretty appetizer for brunch.
Baked Bagel French Toast with Maple Glaze by Averie Cooks
Use diced bagels to make this chewy French toast casserole that when spiced and baked, will taste like a heavenly cinnamon roll. You’ll add maple syrup over it once it’s out of the oven which gives it a scrumptious glaze that makes this brunch recipe a winner!
Carrot Salad by Detoxinista
It wouldn’t be Easter without carrots appearing on your brunch table. This naturally sweet vegetable is perfect for making a freshly shredded carrot salad that you can add raisins and pecans to for some extra sweetness and crunch. A simple homemade dressing of olive oil, lemon juice, brown mustard and maple syrup keep it healthy and free of mayonnaise.
Hash Brown Egg Nests With Avocado by The Cooking Jar
Adorable and on point for Easter, these egg nests are made with hash browns nestled in a muffin cup and topped with eggs, bacon bits, shredded cheese and garnished with parsley once they’ve baked. Cute and tasty!
Fluffy Sheet Pan Pancakes by The Chunky Chef
Sheet pan pancakes are perfect for making ahead of time and reheating when you’re ready to serve. For an Easter brunch you could set up a pancakes station with various toppings and syrups and let your guests build their own. It’s an easy and efficient way to serve a crowd-pleasing brunch item.
Gruyere Mushroom Caramelized Onion Bites by Little Spice Jar
A quick sauté of mushrooms and onions are all you need before adding them to small squares of puff pastry and garnishing with shredded smoked Gruyere cheese. After a quick session in the oven, serve these warm bites of deliciousness to rave reviews!
Toasted Coconut Bunny Tails by Life Love And Sugar
These little toasted coconut bites will add a festive touch to your Easter brunch table. Full of coconut goodness and covered in powdered sugar, they’re super easy to make. These pastel-sprinkled little cookies will offer a bite-sized touch of sweetness that’s irresistible.
Baked Ham And Cheese Croissant Sandwiches by Six Sisters Stuff
Better than any morning drive-thru option, these ham and cheese breakfast sandwiches are easily made at home with buttery croissants. Use your favorite deli ham and cheese and build these sandwiches that are slathered with cream cheese and dijon mustard before baking to melty goodness. For brunch, try mini croissants for a finger-food option.
Spring Pesto Pasta With Asparagus And Chives by Ahead Of Thyme
Serve this pesto pasta salad warm or cold. It’s one of the easiest Easter brunch recipes that combines cooked pasta with jarred pesto, cooked asparagus, cubed mozzarella cheese, and grated parmesan cheese. Cook, toss, and serve. What could be easier?
Morning Glory Muffins by Baker By Nature
Morning Glory muffins are that delicious combination of shredded carrots, shredded coconut, raisins, chopped walnuts, and grated apple that make you want to grab one to eat now and one for later. They’ll be right at home on your Easter brunch table for those who want to enjoy one with a cup of coffee.
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