Easter Sunday Brunch Ideas for Families

15 Easter Sunday Brunch Ideas for Families

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These are the best Easter Sunday brunch ideas which you can make for your family because we all know these brunches are delicious and very fun to celebrate easter.

So gather your family and friends for this unique and tasty brunch which they will remember for years.

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French Toast with Almond Milk & Homemade Strawberry Syrup

“This FRENCH TOAST WITH ALMOND MILK is a great Dairy-Free French Toast recipe for those with lactose intolerance (or anyone who just prefers the flavor of almond milk). We love starting our mornings with this Crunchy Almond French Toast, and we added a delicious Homemade Strawberry Syrup! Fresh almonds along with the almond milk really adds to the overall flavor. It’s unique, bursting with flavor, easy, and made with love.”

French Toast with Almond Milk & Homemade Strawberry Syrup

Coddled Egg Recipe

“Learn how to make coddled eggs in just 5 minutes! This super easy coddled egg recipe – with optional cheddar cheese and chives – is simple, fast, and absolutely delicious.”

Ham and Cheese Scones

“There’s nothing like pulling a warm tray of ham and cheese scones out of the oven! The best part? They’re SO easy! Perfect for Easter brunch or to use up leftover Easter ham!”

Cinnamon-Pecan Breakfast Bread Pudding Recipe

“Prepare the topping at the same time as the bread mixture so it will be ready to sprinkle on when it’s time to cook the pudding. While the active time for this recipe is only 12 minutes, you’ll need to allow for much more. Total, this recipe will take around 13 hours. We can assure you though—it’s well worth the wait.”

Bunny Cinnamon Rolls

“An easy but adorable and festive breakfast, these Bunny Cinnamon Rolls are perfect for a simple Easter morning breakfast. And the kids will love them!

Bunny Cinnamon Rolls

Creamy Dijon Garlic Potatoes Dauphinoise

“These beautiful garlic potatoes dauphinoise get additional flavour boosts from French’s Dijon Mustard and Gouda cheese! A perfect side dish with Easter ham or lamb.”

Creamy Pea Salad

“This Creamy Pea Salad is a nice change from the typical potato or pasta salads found at barbecues and potlucks. It requires very little cooking with just a little bit of chopping and mixing – it could easily be a no-cook recipe if you buy precooked bacon! It doesn’t get much easier than that!”

Creamy Pea Salad

Blueberry Pancake Breakfast Casserole Recipe

“Pancakes are a classic family favorite. Unfortunately, they’re usually luke warm by the time they make it to the table or, the unlucky chef ends up flipping flapjacks all morning while everyone else lingers over each fresh new batch. Well, we’ve solved your Saturday-morning dilemma once and for all. Our Blueberry Pancake Breakfast Casserole can be made up to a night ahead and popped in the oven while the first pot of coffee brews away.”

Lemon Blueberry Thyme Cake

“Lemon blueberry thyme is a deliciously fresh and flavorful cake that celebrates all things Spring.This cake is made with a zesty lemon cake that is studded fresh blueberries, and it’s layered with a creamy lemon thyme buttercream. This cake is unique with its approach and technique, but it’s easy for any beginner baker to make and feel like a professional.”

Asparagus Shakshuka {GF}

“This asparagus shaksuka is fast becoming a favourite around here. Especially, since Freddy’s mother has been keeping us steadily supplied with piles and piles of asparagus. We have it for breakfast with some warm pita, for brunch alongside couscous and for supper all over some fried steak.”

Mini Quiche Recipe with Asparagus and Goat Cheese

“Asparagus and leeks give this brunch classic a flavorful new twist. You can make these quiches up to 2 days ahead; chill in an airtight container. Let them come to room temperature before serving.”

Mini Quiche Recipe with Asparagus and Goat Cheese

Bacon Deviled Eggs

“Bacon Deviled Eggs. Not your typical deviled eggs. Because yes, bacon makes everything special. But it’s not just all about the bacon. This is a perfectly seasoned deviled eggs recipe, filled with lots of yummy spices and goodies. The perfect appetizer for parties, showers, or, coming up so very soon…your Easter meal!

Bacon Deviled Eggs

Eggs Benedict Strata

“Prep this breakfast casserole on Christmas Eve so you can enjoy Christmas morning—and maybe even sleep in!”

Quiche Lorraine with Hashbrown Crust

Quiche Lorraine with Hashbrown Crust

Bagel and Smoked Salmon Bar

“Bagel and Smoked Salmon Bar…for the ultimate Easter brunch.”

Bagel and Smoked Salmon Bar

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