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An Easy To Make Easter Brunch

Create an easy, yet delicious Easter Brunch with these recipe ideas!
A complete easy-to-make and delicious Easter Brunch Menu

Easter is just a few weeks away! Thankfully there’s still time to plan a fabulous Easter Brunch Menu!

Whether you are hosting friends and family or just having an intimate breakfast, I’ve put together a delicious and easy-to-make Easter Brunch Menu. Traditionally you find things like sliced ham on your Easter Brunch Menu. However, this year I’ve decided to make an overnight Ham & Cheese Bake. I feel like I’m always scrambling in the morning to get ready for company. This year I wanted a menu that could easily be prepared the night before. Here you’ll find that several of these recipes can easily be made in advance and then cooked in the morning while you finish brunch preparations.

To get started on my Easter Menu, I designed my Easter Tablescape. You can read my blog post dedicated to creating an Inspiring Easter Tablescape by clicking here.

Once my tablescape was designed, I started creating my menu. I used a mix of my own recipes combined with several overnight recipes from Delish. For this year’s Easter beverage, I used Ferment Brewing Company’s Cucumber Mint Vodka Cooler made with Kombucha.

Easter Brunch Menu:

Fresh Fruit (I used strawberries, blueberries, raspberries as shown below)

French Toast Bake for Easter Brunch









Avocado Deviled Eggs

A twist on the classic Deviled Eggs Recipe (tip: make the boiled eggs the night before)

Avocado Deviled Eggs






Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins

Adapted from Bob’s Red Mill Muffin Recipe, these are a family favorite. They are super easy to make and so yummy!

gluten free blueberry muffins









Delish French Toast Casserole with Maple Syrup

This fresh toast recipe took very little time to prepare and it’s sooo good! The edges were crispy and it was a huge hit!

French Toast Casserole









Delish Ham & Cheese Brunch Bake

This recipe is so easy to make! The fresh thyme on top really added a wonderful smell and taste as well.

ham & cheese egg bake









Cucumber Mint Vodka Cooler

This kombucha cocktail is so refreshing. It can even be made without the alcohol for a non-alcoholic version.

cucumber mint vodka cooler


Hopefully this menu has provided some inspiration for your own Easter Brunch. If you try any of these recipes, I’d love to hear what you think! Comment below and tell me what your favorite Easter Brunch recipes are.

Easter Brunch menu

8 thoughts on “An Easy To Make Easter Brunch

  1. Oh my! EVERY SINGLE THING on this “menu” sounds amazing! I’m especially interested in the avocado deviled eggs. I’m the one who practically eats all the deviled egg at any get together because they’re so darn good! Excited to try this twist to the classic recipe. Thanks!

  2. Wow! Your Easter table is so gorgeous and cheerful; love the Spring colors. Your Easter brunch selections look almost too lovely to eat! Great combination of flavors, textures, colors, etc. ‘Looking forward to trying out your recipes! Thank you for sharing!

  3. That ham & brunch bake looks amazing! All the food items look great and decently healthy, not like you’re going to be weighed down by them the rest of the day. Saving for later!

    1. Yes, these are delicious recipes! I loved the flavor of the thyme in the egg bake. The French toast casserole is also amazingly good and popular!

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