Easter is coming up, and I’ve put together some of my favorite brunch recipes for Easter, in hopes that they brighten your Easter this year, too, regardless of whether you spend it with yourself or a few others!
Some of these recipes you can even make ahead of time, which I always love so the prep work/cooking is more spaced out!
I’m a big fan of savory breakfast recipes, but I’ve included a bunch of sweet breakfast ideas, too! Because having a mix of yummy brunch options is never a bad idea, right? 🙂
There’s nothing quite like an Easter brunch spread: from quiches to scones to yogurt parfaits, it’s all delicious.
Aside from main dishes, I like to include lots of fruit. Not only is it nutritious, but it looks pretty on your table and it goes great with basically every breakfast dish there is!
Now, let’s dive in to some of my favorite brunch recipes for Easter, starting with the savory options.
Savory Brunch Recipes for Easter
This surprisingly easy frittata recipe features spring veggies, rich goat cheese, flavorful chives, and protein-packed eggs. So crave-worthy!
This is one of our favorite breakfast casseroles!
Sausage, egg, and veggies come together for a hearty and delicious dish that’s simple to make.
With the combo of sweet potatoes, eggs, and spring veggies, this is a perfect spring brunch recipe. But the real star of this hash (besides the poached eggs, of course) is the fabulous seasoning.
Serve on its own or with a side of fruit, toast, and/or a baked treat!
No doubt you’ve heard of sweet french toast, but did you know it can be savory, too? This unique take on french toast uses herbs, greens, and seasoning to mix things up!
Top with some fried eggs and avocado slices, and you’re ready to feed a crowd (or to save some for later).
This recipe is the epitome of decadence, but it’s also super nutritious! It’s a protein-packed, satisfying main course for your Easter brunch table.
You can even prep the dish the night before, then just pop it in the oven in the morning!
I can never get enough avocado toast. It’s just too good, and so versatile.
Avocado toast with a fried egg has become one of my go-to-breakfasts.
With so many variations you can make (smoked salmon, Mediterranean, even chocolate and raspberries), it’s also fancy enough to serve for Easter brunch!
Get 12 delicious avocado toast recipes here: Avocado Toast recipes.
This bright and savory dish is made with mainly eggs and veggies, and it’s super tasty!
It does take some time in the oven, but the prep is minimal. Adding a crumble of goat cheese on top makes it even more mouth-watering.
Sweeter Brunch Recipes for Easter
There’s a lot to love about this recipe, including the fact that you can make it the night before! Just toss everything into your crockpot, refrigerate overnight, then turn it on in the morning to cook.
These carrot cake muffins are moist and sweet – a perfect breakfast treat!
Plus, they’re packed with nutritional power thanks to the whole wheat flour, carrots, walnuts, and applesauce.
There’s nothing quite like freshly-baked scones in the morning, am I right?!
These strawberry scones (made with whole wheat pastry flour!) are rich, comforting, AND nutritious. Did I mention they’re also vegan?
If you’re looking for a perfect Easter brunch treat: this is it!
These pear ginger honey muffins are moist and fluffy. Plus, they’re lightly sweetened only with raw unfiltered honey, so they won’t cause a sugar-coma like some holiday baked goods.
A huge perk: these muffins will make your home smell like ginger and cinnamon while they’re baking. Yum!
This quinoa bake is lemony, bright, and perfect as a sweeter recipe for Easter brunch that will make enough to save for later!
Serve it warm from the oven. You can even add a dollop of yogurt or some chopped nuts on top!
Biscotti is the perfect treat to dunk into your coffee. This particular recipe uses wild blueberries for a burst of flavor! It’s an easy brunch recipe to make ahead, and it’ll look gorgeous on your table.
There you go: my favorite recipes for Easter brunch! What are you planning to make this year?