If you're family tradition includes an Easter brunch, plan ahead with our ultimate brunch menu, featuring easy casseroles, fresh fruit platters, and sweet treats. Some even help you make use of your leftover Easter eggs!
Tater tots are the ingredient your cheesy egg casserole was missing all along.
Though it maybe look like a restaurant-served meal, these easy-to-make egg pepper rings are ready to go in just 20 minutes.
This breakfast pizza is guaranteed to have your guests reaching for seconds — and thirds!
This delicious and easy frittata will be a great addition to any Easter brunch menu.
Trust us: Your Easter guests will be begging you for the recipe.
This quick and cheesy dish will be ready before you can say, "Happy Easter!"
Transform the classic brunch dish into a brunch casserole that can be shared with the whole family.
The secret to this creamy, cheesy quiche? Crème fraîche!
Use mini croissants to prepare this buttery egg bake.
Your Easter guests will enjoy this sticky-sweet apple cinnamon bread for brunch.
You can never go wrong with this classic Southern staple.
Serve these cheesy bread pastries as a brunch starter.
Skip the packaged bread and prepare English muffins from scratch. It is a special occasion, after all.
These patties are baked instead of fried, so feel free to enjoy more than one!
The crispy hash brown topping means you can serve this seafood dish for brunch.
Balance the rich flavors of this potato salad with fresh lemon zest.
Light and fresh, this salad makes a great Easter brunch appetizer.
Get the recipe at Little Broken.
This crunchy salad will be the perfect companion to an Easter ham.
You will only need six ingredients to prepare this delicious dish.
Nothing says spring like as fresh fruit salad, featuring apples, raspberries, apples, and more.
Snap peas, leeks, and asparagus give this brunch pizza a fresh spring makeover.
These fluffy buttermilk pancakes are so easy to make, and oh so delicious.
Place strawberries, balsamic vinegar, and creamy ricotta on toasted bread for the perfect brunch appetizer.
This is the perfect make-ahead breakfast or dessert because it only requires 20 minutes of prep time.
Get the recipe at The Recipe Rebel.
Not to be confused with pie, this sweet tart will have everyone reaching for seconds.
These luscious ricotta pancakes are extra decadent with blackberry-orange syrup.
Don't forget to serve something sweet!
Cream cheese makes layers of tropical fruits stick to this oversized egg-shaped sugar cookie base.
Make the classic candy as a loaf for easy serving.
What's brunch without a little sweetness?
These adorable sweets double as a fun Easter activity.
The softness of the angel food cake and the crunch of the coconut flakes makes this one Easter dessert you won't want to skip.