21 Classic Easter Brunch Ideas For The Tastiest Celebration
It is no secret that brunch is awesome on any old day. But when you are gearing up for the holiday weekend, it is all about classic Easter brunch ideas. This celebration basically doubles as a warm welcome for spring. After all, it does not officially feel like the new season until Easter comes and goes.
An Easter brunch features all the best things about spring: fresh herbs, sweet fruits, and decadent pastries. It also lets your favorite fancy spring cocktails make an appearance. Sure, you can just make some mimosas and call it a day. But why not give it a fun spin? And then there is the carrot cake and cream cheese frosting, two of the best Easter traditions.
Top it off with an Easter egg hunt and you have got yourself a party. Don’t worry, though — having fun on Easter is not just for the kids. You can also host Easter activities for adults. If you are feeling super festive, throw together some adult Easter baskets. Think alcohol, chocolate, and fresh flowers. Oh, and alcohol.
Personally, I am all about decorating Easter eggs with friends and family. It is a great way to make memories and homemade décor. A day full of crafts, food, and sunshine? Count me in.
1. Lemon Almond Poppyseed Muffins
When it comes to springtime flavors, you can't go wrong with lemon zest. Try these muffins by Foodie Crush, which are made with Greek yogurt. This means that they'll be super moist and healthy.
2. Baked Carrot Cake Oatmeal
On Easter, carrot cake steals the show. And thanks to Green Kitchen Stories, you can turn this classic treat into baked oatmeal. Serve it with a side of whipped cream or ice cream.
3. Dark Chocolate Crepes
When you're serving a crowd, you can't go wrong with crepes. They're easy to make and customize, like this recipe by A Beautiful Mess.
4. Blueberry Blackberry Crumble
Looking for a quick dish? Make a berry crumble with Green Kitchen Stories. All you need to do is mix and bake.
5. Make Ahead Peaches And Cream Breakfast Bake
If you're pressed for time, try this make-ahead breakfast bake by Half Baked Harvest. It calls for boxed pancake mix, so it'll be easy to whip up.
6. Vegan Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
Muffins are easy to serve, so why not make a batch? This recipe by Ari's Menu will put your overripe bananas to good use.
7. Spring Onion Fritatta
Fritattas are amazing for brunch gatherings. They're insanely easy to make, even if you're in a rush. Find this spring onion version at Love & Lemons.
8. Baked Stuffed Orange French Toast
French toast is a classic, but you can always take it up a notch. Try stuffing and baking it with this recipe by Foodie Crush. The best part? You can make a big batch at once.
9. Sunshine Citrus Chia Bowl
This sunny chia pudding by Love & Lemons is another easy idea. Simply prep it the night before. By the time your guests arrive, it'll be ready to serve.
10. Deep-Dish Spinach, Leek, and Bacon Quiche
Quiches are ideal for celebrations because they can feed a crowd. This deep dish recipe by Foodie Crush will keep everyone satisfied.
11. Bacon Broccoli And Potato Frittata
Another frittata recipe? You bet. This one by Foodie Crush is awesome if you're looking for a heartier meal.
12. Vegan Carrot Waffles
For another way to embrace carrots, turn them into waffles. Even your vegan friends and family members can enjoy them. Find the recipe at Naturally Ella.
13. Raspberry Peach Hand Pies
If you love pies, you'll adore this raspberry peach hand pie tutorial by Foodie Crush. Serve them with whipped cream or frozen yogurt.
14. Roasted Blueberry and Rhubarb Crepes with Honey and Butter
With some help from Naturally Ella, you can kick up your crepe game. The combination of roasted blueberry, rhubarb, and honey is drool-worthy.
15. Blueberry Cheesecake Pancakes
Brunch isn't complete without an enormous stack of pancakes. And when you've got homemade blueberry sauce and cream cheese toppings, how can you say no? Find the recipe at House of Yumm.
16. Scrambled Egg And Roasted Asparagus Toasts
For a fool-proof meal, make these asparagus toasts by Half Baked Harvest. You can even set out the ingredients and let your guests DIY them.
17. Peach Pie Smoothie
Smoothie season is back, people. Welcome spring with this sweet peach pie version by Foodie Crush. You can even freeze them into ice pops.
18. Basil Bloody Mary
For a springtime twist on the traditional bloody mary, add fresh basil. Learn how with A Beautiful Mess.
19. Strawberry Grapefruit Mimosa
It isn't an Easter celebration without a dose of bubbly. Take a tip from A Beautiful Mess and use strawberry and grapefruit juice.
20. Whipped Strawberry Butter
If all else fails, make this five-minute whipped strawberry butter by Damn Delicious. It'll instantly transform plain toast and bagels.
21. Glazed Orange Scones
Here's a thought: Serve that whipped strawberry butter with these orange scones by My Baking Addiction. BRB, drooling.